Half time/full time: Bournemouth/Bournemouth (21/20)
Bournemouth will be eager to produce an emphatic response on Tuesday with a big win over Peterborough.
The Cherries were beaten on the weekend ending a run of five straight wins.
On Tuesday evening they face a Peterborough side who have lost their last four and are without a win in 11.
Dominic Solanke to score two or more (4/1)
Solanke has been Bournemouth's main man this season and he will be licking his lips at the prospect of facing Peterborough.
The striker has scored 20 league goals this season, two of which have come in his last two appearances at the Vitality Stadium.
Match preview: AFC Bournemouth vs Peterborough United
Bournemouth suffered a blow in their Fulham over the weekend as they suffered defeat
The Cherries were beaten 2-1 away at Preston.
The defeat saw them drop into third place with Huddersfield climbing above them.
However, Scott Parker's side have four games in hand over the Terriers and are just a point behind.
Peterborough United remain rock bottom
Peterborough suffered yet another defeat to remain rock bottom of the table.
The Posh are now seven points adrift of safety, although they do have a game in hand.
However, their recent form has been shocking, as they were beaten by Huddersfield over the weekend.
The defeat in West Yorkshire was their fourth in a row and they are now winless in 11.
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