That's it - a welcome win for the hosts, and another defeat for the visitors as their season peters out.
- Everton XI: Howard, Baines, Stones, Pennington, Besic, Gibson, McCarthy, Cleverley, Barkley, Lennon, Niasse.
- Bournemouth XI: Boruc, Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels, Ritchie, Surman, Arter, Pugh, King, Wilson.
Bournemouth piling forward in the last seconds, but McCarthy mops up a corner to ease the pressure.
Every Tony Hibbert touch is still getting the "shoooooot" treatment, and to be fair he has had a good 40-odd minutes.
Matt Ritchie then pulls a long-range shot wide of Tim Howard's left post.
Ross Barkley is replaced by midfield Academy graduate Kieran Dowell, making his Premier League debut.
Bournemouth really pressing and keeping the ball, but not giving Howard and Everton much to worry about around the penalty area.
Charlie Daniels gets to the line on the left, but his chipped cross floats behind the goal.
Bournemouth go close again!
A great run from Callum Wilson, who pulls the ball back from the right to Benik Afobe, who nods powerfully over when he should have hit the target, especially from such close range.
John Stones strides downfield, swapping passes with Aaron Lennon and Ross Barkley but the attack peters out when Leighton Baines tries to feed the ball in from the left.
Bournemouth race away, but Junior Stanislas' shot curls high and wide of Howard's goal.
Bournemouth claim a penalty when Stones clashes with Wilson, appearing to catch him with his arm. Referee Neil Swarbrick waves them away, but the Everton defender has the look of a man who knows he's got away with one.
Benik Afobe gets a chance to equalise, but Matthew Pennington does superbly to block his volley inside the area.
Can that double change give Bournemouth a boost? Everton very much in control now.
Junior Stanislas and Benik Afobe replace Joshua King and Marc Pugh for Bournemouth.
The home side go hunting a third, and it is Tony Hibbert on the end of the move - however his long wait for a first Everton goal - 329 games - goes on as his effort loops up into Boruc's arms.
Leighton Baines restores the lead, a bobbling Aaron Lennon cross from the right finding the left-back on the other side of the area, allowing him to slam the ball in from an angle.
Bournemouth win a free-kick in a promising area 25 yards put, but Matt Ritchie's effort lacks venom and goes straight at Howard.
Romelu Lukaku replaces Oumar Niasse.
Close for Bournemouth! Joshua King tells Callum Wilson to leave a low cross from the left, and rifles a shot from 25 yards just wide of the left-hand post.
Within seconds, Wilson has a go from a tight angle and finds the side-netting.
Neither side seem able to hold onto possession long enough to threaten the other at the moment - the game has resumed its pre-break stupor.
A Callum Wilson backheel inside the area only finds an Everton foot - top marks for effort, though.
A corner comes all the way out to halfway and Hibbert, who gets a chorus of "Shoooooooot!" - only half in jest. He's never scored for Everton and there's little threat of any more goals today at the moment.
Steve Cook's challenge on Ross Barkley sees the Bournemouth defender clipped by a trailing boot which requires treatment for what looks like some scrapes down the chest.
James McCarthy tries to get to a through ball in the middle to pressurise Boruc, who hoofs the ball clear into touch just by the dugouts.
Joshua King makes a complete hash of a chance for a first-time shot, slicing the ball wide towards the corner flag.
We're back under way.
Everton's Tony Hibbert, aged 35, comes on for his first appearance since December 2014, replacing Muhamed Besic.
Everton today and this season: Awful. No purpose. No direction. No drive. Why do we bother?
Everton 41 points; Bournemouth 41 points; Everton fans want a new manager; Bournemouth want to keep theirs!
A hugely emotional moment as some of the relatives of Liverpool fans who died at Hillsborough receive a prolonged ovation before kick-off at Goodison.
Plenty of possession for the home side, but they have very little to show for it in reality. Bournemouth could be satisfied with the score as they look to arrest a late-season slide in form.
There are a few boos as the whistle goes, but it's all a bit half-hearted - in keeping with a dull first half that didn't live up to its early promise.
Baines swings in a corner which Niasse connects with, but the Senegalese's effort floats well wide - his first of note today as a "Time to go Roberto" banner is trailed from a plane over the stadium.
Pennington allows Wilson to steal in off the right flank, but the Bournemouth striker takes a heavy touch and Howard collects. The Everton keeper makes a point of encouraging Pennington as he clears the ball away.
Everton are really favouring the left flank, as the Niasse touchmap suggests, and Baines has twice been allowed to attempt crosses in quick succession - but Bournemouth are equal to it each time before Boruc has anything to worry about.
Oumar Niasse's touchmap shows he has been involved a bit, but not in the danger area.
At last! Something to shout about as Barkley, nicely fed by Niasse, wriggles towards the area but then scoops his shot a long way over.
Simon Francis barges Aaron Lennon over near the corner to concede a free kick, but it's a poor effort from Tom Cleverley - too low and easily cut out by Andrew Surman at the near post.
The home fans look and sound bored - it's been mundane and moribund since the goals early on.
There's a few murmurs of discontent around Goodison as the home side fail to turn possession into a threat on goal.
The ball rolls towards Callum Wilson on the right, but this time young Matthew Pennington gets to it ahead of the striker and finds his keeper confidently.
The day's first corner loops towards Steve Cook, but the Bournemouth defender puts his header a long way high and wide.