GRAVESEND are fast proving to be Stanley's bogey team as the Reds have now met the Fleet five times in the Nationwide Conference - and never won.
The promotion-chasing Reds were confident of breaking the hoodoo before the game after five wins in their last six matches propelled them into joint second spot.
And it looked good when Ian Craney scored a 16th minute wonder goal, running from the centre circle and firing home from 20 yards to put the Reds in front.
But the introduction of Fleet sub Onome Sodje, on loan from Charlton, caused all kinds of problems for the home defence.
And the visitors found a breakthrough when teenager Sodje got the better of Robbie Williams and chipped the stranded Darren Randolph - his Charlton team-mate - for the equaliser.
Both sides could have grabbed a winner but Stanley boss John Coleman admitted his side had failed to perform.
"We didn't play well. We didn't have any spark and I was disappointed with our performance. Saying that, I still thought we did enough to win it."
A major disappointment for the Reds was the loss of captain Peter Cavanagh after he fell awkwardly and suffered a recurrence of his ankle injury