Date:Saturday September 3 2011
AFC Bournemouth travel to Notts County on a run of three consecutive league defeats.
County have also struggled for form, losing their last two league meetings.
Shaun Cooper is likely to be the only survivor from the Cherries side that last met Notts County four months ago.
Martin Allen told the Nottingham Post...
'The support the fans showed for the club they love the last time we played Bournemouth was magical. It is, without a shadow of a doubt, the highlight of my time as manager here,'
'We were losing the game and it was a time of massive adversity for the club but everyone in the ground started singing.
'They all stood together singing and the club was united.
'I must admit I was a bit emotional in the dug-out. I was unhappy at losing, but I knew if the supporters backed the players and everybody had that togetherness and collective spirit we could stay up and we did.
'I think it's good we are playing Bournemouth again now because it's a good reminder of what can be achieved if everybody is united within our club.'
Club captain Neal Bishop returns for the home side following suspension.
The 30 year old midfielder had previously been sent off against Sheffield Wednesday.
Midfield partner Ricky Ravenhill could also return from the sidelines but faces a late fitness test.
Lee Hughes is a doubt for Notts County as he has an injured neck.
The striker hasn't scored in the league since the opening day of the season against Carlisle.
He also has only collected one yellow card from his first six appearances of the season.
The Cherries are without Steve Lovell after his retirement, Liam Feeney after his sale to Millwall and long term absentees Michael Symes and Joe Partington.
The Tottenham loanee started the season with the Cherries as a right back, but in the absence of Liam Feeney due to 'illness', he was pushed further forward to right wing against Hereford.
Byrne has experience in this position after his loan spell at Brentford and Bradbury might adopt this tactic until a replacement can be brought into the side.
The Cherries have only lost once on in six league appearances at Meadow Lane, with that defeat coming in March 2002.
In total the Cherries lead the Head-to-Head total with 27 wins, 13 draws and 22 defeats.
Notts County win - 11/10
Draw - 5/2
Bournemouth - 11/4
Saturday 10th September 2011
Bournemouth v Chesterfield
Date:Saturday September 3 2011
Footballers found not guilty (Friday May 24 2013)
10 years ago today (Friday May 24 2013)
Flahavan: I am staying to fight for the shirt (Friday May 24 2013)
Cherries linked with Brentford striker (Thursday May 23 2013)
Win a kit for a local youth football team (Thursday May 23 2013)
Introducing the 'All Departments' podcast (Thursday May 23 2013)
Mitchell: It is paramount we keep Howe (Thursday May 23 2013)
Three more games added to pre-season schedule (Thursday May 23 2013)
Pitman: No-one expected us to go up that day (Wednesday May 22 2013)
Mitchell: Season ticket sales are fantastic (Wednesday May 22 2013)
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