Date: 19th November 2015 at 12:12am
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Bournemouth – 18th

The Premier League new boys have found it hard adjusting to life in the top flight, despite a good start. They have lost their last four and are without a win in six, with goals being their main concern after a bitterly unlucky injury to striker Callum Wilson. The former Coventry striker fired in five goals before suffering an ACL injury to his right knee, ruling him out for the rest of the season. But young manager Eddie Howe will be looking for the rest of his team to chip in with the goals to keep them up, as they don’t have a huge budget to bring in a big money striker in January.

27 April 2015 - Sky Bet Championship - AFC Bournemouth v Bolton Wanderers - Eddie Howe manager of Bournemouth celebrates - Photo: Marc Atkins / Offside.

Eddie Howe

Key man: Glenn Murray

Signed in the summer from Crystal Palace, Murray would’ve been second choice behind Wilson before his injury. Now with Wilson out injured, the ex-Eagle must step up to help secure safety for his new side. With two league goals so far, Bournemouth will be hoping their new man can rediscover his poacher instincts to get them the goals needed.

Premier League so far:
Games: 12
Won: 2
Drawn: 2
Lost: 8
Goals for: 12
Goals against: 25
Top Scorer: Callum Wilson (5)


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