Match ends, Falkirk 1, Partick Thistle 1.
Falkirk and Partick Thistle could not be separated as they both remain in the bottom two in the Championship.
Craig Slater gave Thistle a second-half lead, but within a minute Falkirk were level through Joe McKee.
It means Falkirk stay at the foot of the Championship, with Gary Caldwell's side just two points above them.
It's Thistle's first league point since in almost two months, but Caldwell is still searching for his first win since taking charge.
Injury to key players affected both sides in the build up to this one, and 25 minutes before kick-off Thistle lost goalkeeper Cammy Bell who injured himself in the warm-up.
With both teams looking nervy early on, this game offered very little in the first half. Thistle enjoyed greater possession, but to little impact.
The visitors started the second half as they did the first, but they had a bit more about them and they were duly rewarded when the ball fell to Slatter and he fired low in to the corner.
But Falkirk produced an immediate response. McKee's toe poked the ball past Jamie Sneddon.
The goals livened this match up, and both teams seemed to gain confidence, with further chances at either end.
Blair Spitall almost made it 2 -1 to the visitors with a well taken free-kick 25 yards out, but Leonardo Fasan got his finger tips to it.
And Fasan again did well to keep out Kris Doolan's glancing header.
In the final minutes Ton Dallison's header was deflected wide for Falkirk.
Falkirk manager Ray McKinnon: "Going into the game with the three players missing I probably would have taken a point. The players they worked their socks off, they worked extremely hard.
"We had to play in a certain manner today and we did that. They limited Partick Thistle to virtually nothing, and then a great response when we lost the goal."
Partick Thistle manager Gary Caldwell: "It was an outstanding performance away from home, a high pressure game, the bravery in possession, the control of the goal, the understanding of how we wanted to play, a fantastic performance.
"I think anyone at the game would say we should have won the game. They [Falkirk] will probably admit that as well."
- 6PatonBooked at 66mins
- 8SammutSubstituted forHaberat 60'minutes
- 9LewisSubstituted forDallison-Lisbonat 72'minutes
- 19StoreySubstituted forScobbieat 65'minutes
- 33QuitongoSubstituted forErskineat 72'minutes
- Craig Thomson
- Shots on Target
Second Half ends, Falkirk 1, Partick Thistle 1.
Foul by Andrew Irving (Falkirk).
Niall Keown (Partick Thistle) wins a free kick in the attacking half.
Corner, Falkirk. Conceded by Niall Keown.
Andrew Irving (Falkirk) wins a free kick on the right wing.
Foul by Blair Spittal (Partick Thistle).
Jordan McGhee (Falkirk) wins a free kick in the attacking half.
Foul by Chris Erskine (Partick Thistle).
Attempt saved. Kris Doolan (Partick Thistle) header from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Scott Harrison (Falkirk) wins a free kick in the attacking half.
Foul by Tam Scobbie (Partick Thistle).
Corner, Partick Thistle. Conceded by Patrick Brough.
Delay over. They are ready to continue.
Delay in match Blair Spittal (Partick Thistle) because of an injury.
Corner, Falkirk. Conceded by Stuart Bannigan.
Substitution, Falkirk. Tom Dallison replaces Dennon Lewis.
Substitution, Partick Thistle. Chris Erskine replaces Jai Quitongo.
Corner, Partick Thistle. Conceded by Leonardo Fasan.
Attempt saved. Blair Spittal (Partick Thistle) right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top centre of the goal.