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Pugh: Two tough games

AFC Bournemouth midfielder Marc Pugh has labelled the upcoming away games at Nottingham Forest and Leicester City as two of the hardest games the Cherries will face this season.

After the two week break due to the International schedule, the Cherries return to Championship football this Saturday away to Nottingham Forest, before heading off to Leicester City to complete two difficult back to back away fixtures.

AFC Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest are the only sides remaining in the second tier of English football who have scored a goal in every game this season and Pugh is hopeful that the Cherries can spring a surprise and get a result from the upcoming matches.

Pugh told afcb.co.uk...

'...It`s good to be labelled alongside teams like Forest because they are a massive club and we just need to keep up what we have been doing...'

'...The international breaks are brilliant and I enjoyed a couple of days off, but we were back to work with a couple of hard sessions last week, We have got two big away games coming and they will probably be two of the toughest games we will have this season.

"If we can come through those games and put some points on the board, then we will be delighted because no one will be expecting us to get anything from them."


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Date:Tuesday October 15 2013

Time: 8:39AM

 

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