Nothing to get excited about in injury time, and both sides have to settle for a point.
- Bournemouth XI: Boruc, Francis, Elphick, Cook, Daniels, Stanislas, Arter, Surman, Gradel, Grabban, Afobe.
- WBA XI: Foster; Olsson, Yacob, Evans, Gardner, McClean, McAuley, Fletcher, Dawson, Rondon, Leko.
Three minutes to come.
Berahino tries a shot from an angle but pumps it straight at Boruc - both sides going for it in the dying minutes.
Craig Dawson rifles in a shot from the edge of the box, past Boruc's right hand but it cannons off the base of the left post and away.
Jonathan Leko is off, and Sandro replaces the teenager.
Joshua King curls in a venomous shot from the left that Foster has to claim, then Callum Wilson dithers over a shot while the West Brom keeper is stranded off his line. The hosts are on top.
A long throw-in from the left glances off the head of Claudio Yacob, and Ritchie steals in to nod the ball in from point-blank range.
Poor defending from West Brom, and Bournemouth are looking for the winner.
Andrew Surman and Lewis Grabban test the West Brom defence briefly, then a cross into the area is calmly chested back to his keeper by Jonny Evans.
Rondon pulls the ball back from the right of the area, and Berahino sees his shot blocked and cleared.
Lewis Grabban wins a corner, which is taken quickly. A high, looping cross is put in from the left, but Ben Foster takes it at the far post with no alarms.
Craig Gardner is off for Saido Berahino, while Matt Ritchie is on for Junior Stanislas.
James McLean starts a rare West Brom attack, spinning away down the left to cross towards Rondon, who glances a header well wide of the far post.
Harry Arter fouls Darren Fletcher as West Brom try to break out - few complaints from the Cherries midfielder.
Bournemouth much the better for that double change. West Brom are struggling to get the ball back at the moment.
This is much better from Bournemouth - Callum Wilson gets into a yard of space, moves into the area and sends a raking left-foot shot across goal and just wide.
Junior Stanislas has a chance from a free-kick some 25 yards out, but his effort dips down to allow Ben Foster to stoop forward and claim with ease.
Jonny Evans is booked for a challenge on Callum Wilson, who has already made his presence felt since coming on. The home fans are encouraged too.
Hang on! Mark Clattenburg has withdrawn the booking for Evans, and given it to Claudio Yacob instead! A sheepish Mr Clattenburg looks to have apologised to all concerned.
Callum Wilson and Joshua King replace Benik Afobe and Max Gradel as Eddie Howe looks to bring in some much-needed urgency up front.
The hosts win a corner on their left, and Junior Stanislas curls in a shot from the edge of the box after a short set-piece. The effort is curling wide, but Ben Foster dives to his right to claim it anyway. Bournemouth's best moment so far.
Gradel crosses before Evans can get to him this time to whip in a low cross that Ben Foster has to dive off his line to claim - but there weren't any red and black shirts near the England keeper.
Bournemouth make nothing of their chance, with Simon Francis scooping his shot hopelessly over the bar.
Max Gradel takes on Jonny Evans, who gets a foot in at just the right time for a corner to the Baggies.
James McLean fires in a low cross from the left, and a rebound lands with Craig Gardner. He tries a curling shot, but Artur Boruc has no problems in claiming it.
We're under way again, no substitutions as yet.
Possession still heavily in the home side's favour, but it is the away side that are having the last laugh for now.
However the Bournemouth stopper won't want to watch West Brom's goal again too many times. Here you can see how his clearance went straight to Jonathan Leko, with the ball going past Boruc within seconds.
That was a lively end to a half that had not caught fire up until Boruc's brilliant double save from Gardner's penalty.
You'll want to see that on Match Of The Day...
Benik Afobe opts for the spectacular inside West Brom's box, launching himself for a bicycle kick that flies wide of the right-hand post.
Former Leicester and Aston Villa forward on Final Score
"It's two saves! There is pace on the penalty, and in order to save that you have to have a strong arm, not a chocolate wrist. I played with Boruc at Celtic, I know how good he can be. On his day he is outstanding and he has kept his team in this."
That's livened a soporific afternoon up no end, with Junior Stanislas then racing downfield only to be denied by a fine tackle from Craig Dawson.
Boruc also saved a penalty against Leicester on 2 January - he's partially made amends for that mistake for the only goal today.
Former West Brom striker on Final Score
"You have to give credit to the Bournemouth defenders because they were alive to the situation."
Gardner's effort is tipped onto the bar by Boruc, who then brilliantly palms away a rebound right off his line.
West Brom get a penalty, Elphick hauls down McAuley.
Jonny Evans, provider of the only goal so far, is down for some treatment - he limps off, and while James Chester gets ready just in case, Evans returns to the fray a bit gingerly.
Bournemouth probe away from side to side, and through the middle but they come up against a blue-and-white wall at every turn in a spell of possession that lasts about two minutes..
For all Bournemouth's possession, West Brom look very comfortable and content with the lead that came so unexpectedly. It's not turned into the 'last home match of the season' party Eddie Howe would have looked for - yet.
Salomon Rondon gets a bit of grief from the home fans after going down in a heap having collided with an advertising board. He's up and about after a few 'choice words' are thrown his way.
Craig Gardner shoots from about 20 yards out that Artur Boruc does well to tip around his right post.
Can I hear home fans urging their keeper to launch the ball downfield? That's not their usual method.