Bournemouth ended their five-game losing run with victory against 10-man Leyton Orient.
Harry Arter fired home a penalty after Wesley Thomas was brought down but the O's levelled when Mathieu Baudry deflected in Dean Cox's shot.
Scott Cuthbert was sent off for a reckless challenge before Thomas turned home the rebound after Shaun Cooper hit the crossbar from 20 yards.
Thomas then set up Marc Pugh to score from close range.
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Bournemouth manager Lee Bradbury told BBC Radio Solent:
"We showed a maturity out there, kept the ball moving and wore them down. In the end we got what we deserved - a couple of goals and three points.
[Wes Thomas] has been brilliant since he's come in and gives us a different outlet up front. He's strong, he's quick and he holds the ball up really well.
"We've showed that whatever has happened in the past is behind us and as a club and we're moving forward."