Burnley boss Brian Laws was left to rue his side's missed opportunities in the 1-1 draw at home to Doncaster.
The Clarets fell behind in the 13th minute when Jack Cork turned James Coppinger's cross against his own post and James Hayter tapped in the rebound.
Chris Eagles then saw a spot-kick saved by Neil Sullivan after Dean Shiels handled in the box.
Burnley levelled in the 63rd minute as Cork stooped to head home an equaliser, but neither side really threatened a winner as the hosts were held to their third consecutive draw and their seventh in 10 fixtures.
Laws said: "In the first half in particular we could have won three games. We had more than enough chances to have won this one game in particular.
"They scored against the run of play and a little bit of it was down to our own doing. All credit to the players, they went right back at them and on a better day we could have had five."