Date: 29th April 2016 at 6:03pm
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Vs Everton (A), April 30

With safety assured, Bournemouth have little to play for in the closing weeks of the season. Everton will also be a Premier League club next term with a mid-table finish, but their targets were slightly more ambitious, thus placing boss Roberto Martinez under pressure. The Cherries will travel to Merseyside in good spirits, but may succumb to the Toffees’ desperate attempts.

Shoot Says: 2-1 loss

Photo: Kieran Clarke

The Cherries have dropped down to 14th in the league table following back-to-back defeats to Liverpool and Chelsea respectively – Photo: Kieran Clarke / Offside.

Vs West Bromwich Albion (H), May 7

Tony Pulis’ West Brom are notorious for their poor away form, and, though Bournemouth have been better on the road than at the Vitality Stadium this term, the hosts should make home advantage count here. With Leicester’s success story, the Cherries have perhaps slipped under the radar this season, but their supporters will be sure to roar them on one last time.

Shoot Says: 2-0 win

Vs Manchester United (A), May 15

Having been promoted a year ago, Bournemouth fans have had to wait a long time to visit the Premier League’s biggest stadium. They’ll finally get that chance on the last day, but, with United fighting for European places, it’s likely the Red Devils’ quality will shine through. The Cherries won’t make it easy for their hosts though, as they look to end a terrific season in style.

Shoot Says: 1-0 loss

Overall Points: 44
Final Position: 13th

 
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