West Bromwich Albion were left to rue missed chances as, despite playing most of the match with 10 men, they were held by Burnley to a goalless draw.
The early tone was set by the visiting team. Nick Pope twice denied Matheus Pereira, who had threatened throughout, while Jay Rodriguez headed wide at the other end.
The hopes of West Brom were hit when Semi Ajayi was sent off on the half-hour after a Burnley break on goal had been denied by his handball.
Despite the man’s handicap, in the second half, the Baggies threw everything at Burnley.
Before James Tarkowski cleared Pereira’s shot off the line, Mbaye Diagne hit the bar 72 minutes away from close range.
In four matches, Burnley are unbeaten and remain 15th with 28 points.
A second successive draw keeps West Brom second on 14 points from bottom, 11 off safety.