Date:Tuesday October 4 2011
The Cherries host Yeovil in the second round of the Football League Trophy Southern Area section, tickets are £10 for adults in all areas apart from the Executive Area which is £15. Concessions are £5 and £8.
Football League Trophy selection rules require the Cherries to field a strong side and must either name six players who started the game at Tranmere or the six players with the most league and cup appearances.
The Cherries reached the second round after a 4-1 home win over Hereford United, Yeovil enter the competition at this stage after receiving a bye in the first round.
AFC Bournemouth manager Lee Bradbury told the Daily Echo...
"The league is the most important thing but, at the same time with one eye on this cup, we are thinking that we could be four games from playing at Wembley.
"It would be a massive achievement for us to get there so I am tempted to play my best team."
AFC Bournemouth will be without striker Wes Thomas and midfielder Harry Arter.
Thomas is cup-tied after featuring for Crawley in the first round of the competition, while Arter is suspended.
The 18 year old striker could return to the side following a knock playing for the reserves last week.
Stockley scored his first goals for the club against Hereford in the previous round and with Thomas unavailable, Doble doubtful and Symes injured, Stockley is pushing for his first start since August 2010.
Yeovil have Ed Upson and Luke Ayling suspended.
Kerrea Gilbert could return following a dislocated shoulder however Jonathan Obika, Gavin Williams and Andy Williams are all injured.
Edgar is the cousin of former AFC Bournemouth loan star and current Spurs striker Jermain Defoe.
The former West Ham trainee joined Yeovil on a permanent basis in the summer after leaving his former club. He has so far made ten appearances for his new club, scoring against Preston last month.
Edgar made three appearances for the Cherries in October 2009 during a brief loan spell.
The Cherries will be keen to end a run of four consecutive defeats at Dean Court, while Yeovil will be looking to end their current run of five away games without a win.
The away side are also in search of their first win in the Football League Trophy since 2007.
Head To Head
AFC Bournemouth Wins - 5
Draws - 3
Yeovil - 4
Saturday 8th October 2011
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Date:Tuesday October 4 2011
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