Yeovil took another step towards safety with a hard-fought goalless draw with Bournemouth in League One.
Wes Thomas and Steve Cook tested Glovers keeper Sam Walker, who is on loan from Chelsea.
The Cherries continued to dominate proceedings but Zavon Hines, Scott Malone, Harry Arter, Donal McDermott and Wes Fogden all wasted chances.
The visitors rarely threatened, but they held on for a point that sends them six points clear of danger.
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Bournemouth interim boss Paul Groves told BBC Radio Solent:
"Overall I felt we were in control of the game, we haven't had lots of good chances but maybe on another day we could have got that goal.
"I think you have to take into consideration that we've changed things, we have our own ideas and it doesn't happen overnight.
"It takes time to put a structure in place and a way of playing but I think the players applied themselves and had a go."