The Cherries extended their unbeaten run to 5 matches to gain a valuable point at Rochdale.
Bournemouth struggled to get to grips with the hosts who had much of the play in the first half. A couple of penalty appeals were waved away before Tubbs was pulled over in the area for a soft looking penalty on the stroke of half-time. Bradbury stepped up to smash home from the spot to give the Cherries the lead.
Looking for their first win in six away games the Cherries were happy to contain their opponents. Bradbury had a few half chances before Adam Le Fondre struck with just over 20 minutes to go.
It was thanks to Jalal, not for the first time this season, that the hard earned point stayed with the Cherries as Rochdale went in search of a winner.