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Bournemouth v Burnley: Watch a Live Stream of the Championship match
Bournemouth welcome 2nd place Burnley to Dean Court on Saturday.
Bournemouth v Burnley kicks off at 15:00 UK time on February 15, 2014.
Bet365 are showing Bournemouth v Burnley live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals.
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Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe used to manage Burnley and will hope that he can inflict defeat on his former club. Bournemouth have only won two of their last nine fixtures, but they still sit safely in 15th position in the Championship table.
Bournemouth will be without Elliot Ward and Charlie Daniels. But winger Mohamed Coulibaly, new signing Adam Smith and midfielders Shaun MacDonald and Ryan Fraser could all play a part.
Burnley striker Sam Vokes, who used to play for Bournemouth alongside fellow striker Danny Ings, said: “It’s a chance for the team to pick up some important points, but it will be a strange one for Danny (Ings) and myself because we know so many people at the club. My time there gave me a good platform to go on and have the career I have had up to this point.” Ings and Vokes now have 40 goals between them this campaign and will look to add to that.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche looks set to name an unchanged starting XI with Brian Stock the only injury in his squad.
Bournemouth: Camp; Francis, Harte, Elphick, Cook; Arter, Ritchie, O’Kane, Surman, Pugh; Grabban
Burnley: Heaton; Trippier, Mee, Duff, Shackell; Jones, Kightly, Marney, Arfield; Vokes, Ings
- Updated: February 14, 2014