Date:Saturday August 20 2011
After the disappointment of Tuesday`s home defeat to Stevenage the Cherries have taken to the skies ahead of the longest away trip of the season at Carlisle.
he squad flew up on Friday afternoon to avoid scenes that met them on their way to Charlton just a couple of weeks ago.
ee Bradbury has a hard task ahead to re motivate his players following a stop/start performance on Tuesday night against a well drilled and rugged opponent. Bournemouth have so far picked up just three points out of a possible nine so far this term.
ur hosts have had a mixed start to the season so far collecting four points. They responded to being trounced opening day with points on their travels at Bury and Rochdale.
Boss Greg Abbott has no new injury worries ahead of this weekend`s fixture. Striker Rory Loy was subbed early on in the second half on Tuesday, but is fit to play. 'Keeper Adam Collin should stay between the sticks having kept back to back clean sheets away from home.
The winger signed over the summer from relegated Swindon Town has been a key figure in Carlisle`s decent start to the 2011/12 season. A set-piece specialist with an eye for goal and will need to be watched very carefully this weekend.
Steve Lovell is pushing for a place in the squad after coming through training this week. Steven Gregory received a cut to the face and may not make it whilst Captain Adam Barrett is suspended following his sending off midweek, Mathieu Baudry looks set to replace him.
Should Gregory fail a fitness test then Arter will be the obvious choice to fill the void. Having netted from the bench in Cherries two previous games, the former Carlisle loanee will be eager to prove he is deserving of a more regular starting position.
The Cherries haven't won at Brunton Park since 2003.
Carlisle 1-1 AFCB The Cherries will have a point to prove tomorrow following Tuesdays disappointment and Carlisle will prove a tough test. If we can return south with a point it`ll be seen as a good days work.
Tuesday 23rd August 2011
Bournemouth v West Brom, Round 2, 7:45pm
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Date:Saturday August 20 2011
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