So how will the two sides fare at the Vitality Stadium?
Dwight Gayle netted a brace for the Magpies in the first period, giving the Cherries a mountain to climb after the break, but a screamer from substitute Adam Smith coupled with Gosling's late effort ensured the spoils were shared.
Newcastle play Bournemouth away today in the Premier League, knowing a win will go some way to alleviating any fears of relegation. Jonjo Shelvey was spraying the ball all over the pitch and the Magpies would capitalize in the 17th minute.
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Gayle's first-half double had put the visitors in complete control, before the Cherries fought back.
"It is not easy to defend when they are attacking and attacking though, and it is hard to do everything flawless".
Rafa Benitez has called Newcastle's 2-2 draw at Bournemouth "a pity" after a fine first-half performance saw them lead 2-0 at half-time.
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Bournemouth looked the more likely to score in the closing stages, winning several corners in quick succession during five nervy minutes of stoppage time, but a third goal proved a bridge too far. We were trying to clear, but we couldn't because they were getting the second ball.
We all know Benitez as a manager that prefers to keep his players, supporters and the opposition second-guessing his lineups, one that would be unperturbed about altering a team that defeated the current second best club in the Premier League.
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Coach Willie Desjardins kept none of his forward lines intact from the Germany game, making changes to all four. Saturday and start serving liquor half an hour later, Premier Rachel Notley said in a tweet Friday.
Bournemouth defender Nathan Ake drove the ball in from the left and Gosling - who left St James' Park to join the Cherries in 2014 - coolly side-footed home.