By Mark MitchenerBBC Sport at the Goldsands Stadium
Promotion-chasing Burnley were held to a draw by enterprising Bournemouth for the second time this season.
After a tepid first half, the hosts went ahead early in the second as Ian Harte whipped in a corner which was deftly headed in by Tokelo Rantie.
Two Burnley substitutes then combined to equalise as Ross Wallace's cross was deflected into the path of fellow sub Keith Treacy, who rifled home.
And both sides had chances to win it in an end-to-end final 15 minutes.
Clarets keeper Tom Heaton got down well to his right to beat away a Lewis Grabban shot for a corner, from which home skipper Tommy Elphick's header was tipped over the bar by Heaton, before Cherries substitute Yann Kermorgant headed wide.
A grandstand finish - partly making up for a difficult first period which was played in driving rain - continued as Kermorgant curled a free-kick over the bar, substitute Ashley Barnes nearly conjured an opening for the visitors and right-back Simon Francis hit a powerful effort at goal which clipped the woodwork.
Bournemouth's last victory over Burnley came in November 1998. The Cherries won 5-0 with a team that included current boss, and former Burnley manager, Eddie Howe.
At the other end Clarets strikers Sam Vokes and Danny Ings, back where both began their careers, lacked service but showed glimpses of their progress from promising Bournemouth apprentices to the Championship's most prolific strike pairing.
It took 20 minutes for either keeper to be seriously tested as Heaton proved equal to a low 25-yard drive from Francis.
After the skies cleared during the interval Howe's men broke the deadlock, courtesy of dead-ball specialist Harte's dead-eyed delivery and Rantie's precise, flicked header.
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