This live event has finished
- Game finishes 1-1
- Yeovil lead 1-0 at the break.
- Kieffer Moore with the goal after 25 minutes.
- Bournemouth equalised midway through the 2nd half through a fluke goal by Fraser.
- Yeovil haven't beaten Bournemouth in any of the previous TEN meetings with The Cherries winning 8.
- A win for either team would shape their season dramatically.
- Yeovil sit 24th in the Sky Bet Championship table, whilst 'local' rivals Bournemouth are 9th.
That's it, full time.
A draw doesn't suit either team, but it was probably a fair result.
YEOVIL 1-1 BOURNEMOUTH
The sponsors today have given Man Of The Match to Kieffer Moore.
The 4th official has indicated a minimum of 4 minutes added time.
1st Sub for Yeovil:
McAllister is booked for a body-check on Rantie.
Kieffer Moore sets up himself from a long ball, controls well but his shot is blocked.
Final Substitution for Bournemouth:
Tom Lawrence curls wide from 18 yards, just past the far post.
Fraser has a chance for his 2nd but he skies high over from 18 yards.
Cook is booked for a sinical foul on Moore.
Tom Lawrence beats Francis on the touch line and squares for Hayter but the Former-Bournemouth forward has his shot blocked off the line.
2nd sub for Bournemouth:
OFF - Grabban
ON - Pitman
Camp keeps a shot out with his legs, penalty box pinball results in Moore shooting just wide.
Francis is booked for a foul on Lawrence.
GOAL FOR BOURNEMOUTH
Yeovil 1-1 Bournemouth
Webster's clearance cannons off Fraser and the freak goal levels the scoring as the ball loops over Stech.
Strong handball claims for Bournemouth as the ball hits Byron Webster. Ref says no.
First sub for Bournemouth:
OFF- Ian Harte
ON - Adam Smith
The attendance today is 6931, with 2074 making the trip west to Somerset from Bournemouth.
Ruben Palazeulos has his through ball deflected out for a corner, Duffy heads the resulting cross into the side netting with some fans thinking it had doubled their lead.
Kieffer Moore beats the offside trap but his shot is defected into Lee Camp's arms.
Grabban has a shot from 25 yards which is wide of Stech's goal.
The 2nd half starts here with Yeovil leading 1-0 at the break.
An additional 1 minute to be played of stoppage time.
There are challenges flying in all over the place, the referee and the Bournemouth players are getting a lot of stick from the home fans.
A Dennis Bergkamp-esq turn by Lewis Grabban leaves him 1-on-1 with Stech but his shot is awful and is harmlessly wide.
A dangerous FreeKick for Bournemouth is headed away, the ball back into the box is headed wide by Grabban.
Lewis Grabban fluffs his shot and it is cleared, a great chance to equalise for The Cherries.
GOAL FOR YEOVIL
Kieffer Moore scores a cracker from the edge of the area into the top corner, his first time shot beating Camp at his near post.
Yeovil 1-0 Bournemouth
Grabban lays off to Matt Ritchie who has his shot blocked.
A fantastic covering tackle prevents Moore from putting Yeovil a goal up, they can't do anything from the resulting corner.
Kieffer Moore's powerful shot is too close to Camp as he gathers at the 2nd attempt.
Luke Ayling is caught in possession but Fraser's soft side-foot shot is comfortable for Marek Stech.
Palazuelos makes a late challenge on the edge of the area, the resulting FreeKick is headed away.
Good build up play by Yeovil sees Edwards volley just wide after a Joe Ralls pass, The Glovers on top at the moment.
Penalty shout for Yeovil, very string claims as aaa slide tackle on Ayling sees the ball roll up the arm of the tackler. Referee waves away the protests.
Joe Edwards beats Ian Harte before firing a low cross which beats everybody in the box.
First chance falls to the Bournemouth as Lewis Grabban squares for Matt Ritchie who shoots miles over.
We kick off here at Huish Park.
The silence has taken place and we are ready to go.
Kick-Off is 10 minutes away, huge game for both teams.
The Cherries' fans are in fine voice and the away end is packed out, they seem confident of a result today.
Bournemouth can get into the Play-Offs with a win today and providing other results go their way.
Worrying news for Yeovil is that Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban has passed fit and with 20 goals this season, he'll be wanting to add to his tally.
The referee today is Robert Madley.
Yeovil will be hoping on revenge over their rivals as they beat them 3-0 on Boxing Day in Bournemouth.