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AFC Bournemouth vs Nottingham Forest betting tips: Preview, predictions & odds


Bournemouth to win and over 2.5 goals (15/8)

Bournemouth have a great defensive record this season, conceding less than a goal per game on average,  but are prone to conceding goals at home.

The Cherries have failed to keep a clean sheet at the Vitality in 75 percent of their games there.

Scott Parker’s side are also full of goals averaging 1.63 goals per game, therefore, plenty of goals are expected on Friday evening.

Dominic Solanke to score anytime (5/4)

Solakne is once again enjoying a fruitful season in front of goal.

He is Bournemouth’s leading scorer and he will be hoping to find the back of net again on Friday.

Match preview: AFC Bournemouth vs Nottingham Forest

Bournemouth have managed to take full advantage on other sides around them faltering.

The Cherries are firmly placed 2nd in the Championship and lead Blackburn by four points and two games in hand.

Scott Parker’s side have won all of their last three matches defeating Barnsley, Birmingham and Blackpool.

On the weekend, they claimed a last-gasp win at Bloomfield Road.

Siriki Dembele scored in the 95th minute to collect a massive three points for Bournemouth.

Nottingham Forest held by Stoke

Nottingham Forest were held to a frustrating draw with Stoke on Saturday.

Forest took the lead through Brennan Johnson only to be pegged back by a Josh Maja goal.

Brice Samba then produced a moment of madness as he hit out at Phil Jagikela.

The goalkeeper was shown a red card and Stoke scored the subsequent spot-kick.

However, Steve Cooper’s side found another gear and Ryan Yates equalised in stoppage time.

The point leaves Forest 7th in the Championship and two points off the playoffs.


AFC Bournemouth team news

Jefferson Lerma remains suspended after seeing red against Birmingham.

New signing Kieffer Moore also remains unavailable due to injury.

Nottingham Forest team news

Brice Samba will miss Friday’s match due to a crazy suspension.

The goalkeeper was shown a stright red for lashing out at Stoke’s Phil Jagielka.

Forest will also be without leading scorer Lewis Grabban who has an ankle injury

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