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Howe: All set for an entertaining game

AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe believes the Cherries match against Leicester City could be an entertaining game for the supporters.

Leicester City kick started this seasons Championship campaign as one of the favourites for promotion to the Premier League.

They currently sit third in the Championship table with the second best home record in the division having dropped just two points from their opening six home games.

With the Cherries growing into their new position in the second tier of English football, Eddie Howe's side have responded following the two heavy defeats away to Watford and Huddersfield with victory at Doncaster Rovers and picked up draws at both Middlesbrough and Nottingham Forest and Howe hopes his side have a chance of picking up another good result.

Howe told the Daily Echo...

'...Their home record is excellent and they are a team full of confidence. We are also full of confidence so it is all set up to be a really good, entertaining game.

"Defensively, we had a tough examination against Forest and I thought we came through really well. We defended certain aspects of the game very well and are going to have to match, and even better, those levels against Leicester because of how they play.

"If we can get our creative front and midfield players in the game, I think we will have a chance."


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Date:Friday October 25 2013

Time: 8:58AM

 

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