Bournemouth have failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last ten matches in all competitions, with their last shut-out a goalless draw at Swansea in late November.
The former Brighton centre-back was unfortunate to see Suttner clear his header off the line after meeting Lewis Cook's corner.
Steve Cook's looping header had the visitors level at half-time, however, and Wilson snaffled them a point with his fifth league goal of the campaign 11 minutes from time. They have only one win in nine and sit just three points above the drop zone, with Arsenal and Chelsea among their next three opponents.
Dunk has admitted that Bournemouth's goals were unfortunate to concede after Brighton had focused on set piece defending this season.
Simon Francis carelessly gave away possession and Gross drove at the backpedalling Bournemouth backline before playing in the scampering Izquierdo, who left Murray with a simple task from close range.
Brighton made another bright start to the second half as Glenn Murray found the net in the 48th minute.
That trio were all involved as Brighton restored their lead three minutes into the second half.
79' - GOAL! Brighton 2-2 Bournemouth (Wilson).
Having two assists to his name already, Izquierdo elected to go for glory himself in the 68th minute but blasted at Begovic having dribbled too close to the keeper, leaving an unmarked Davy Propper as furious as his manager on the touchline.
Ryan Fraser scored twice in Bournemouth's 2-1 Premier League win over Everton a few days ago, but the Scottish global will miss the Cherries New Year's Day clash with Brighton & Hove Albion through injury.
In the first meeting this season between Brighton and Bournemouth, the Cherries won 2-1 at Vitality Stadium.
Newcastle, 16th in the Premier League, are the lowest of the three promoted sides.
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