Howe rues missed opportunity
Eddie Howe was disappointed at losing the chance to set a new club record, but was satisfied with Burnley's goalless draw at Leicester.
The Clarets arrived at the King Power Stadium with 10 away league wins under their belt this season and victory would have equalled existing figures set in 1992, 1973, 1961 and 1957, with a final away trip to rivals Blackpool to come on Saturday.
Both sides created chances to score but Charlie Austin came closest to breaking the deadlock just before the hour mark when he saw a header strike both posts. A magnificent tackle from Leicester defender Sol Bamba then prevented the Burnley striker from tapping the ball into an empty net from two yards out.
"It's another clean sheet, which is really pleasing for us, but we said before the game that we were desperate to go for the 12 wins and make history for the football club," said Howe.
"But it's a good point really. In the first half I thought we were excellent. We had some great moves, especially in the first half on the counter attack, we created some decent chances and on another day I'd like to think we could have taken one of them.
"In the second half it was more defensive from us as Leicester were on top but I still thought we had the best chances in the game."