Bournemouth and Leicester will have their eyes on opposite ends of the Premier League table ahead of their clash at the Vitality Stadium tomorrow.

The Cherries are in desperate need of a win to boost their fading survival hopes, whilst the visitors are under real pressure to hold onto a Champions League spot.

Eddie Howe will be happy with their midweek draw against Tottenham, and he is not expected to make many changes.

Adam Smith and David Brooks both picked up knocks against Spurs, and Howe confirmed the pair will have late tests, with Steve Cook and Harry Wilson on standby to come in.

For Leicester, Brendan Rodgers will be hoping their late draw against Arsenal will have re-injected some focus into his players.

With Jamie Vardy back amongst the goals, Rodgers is also set to keep changes to a minimum, with Christian Fuchs and Ayoze Perez set to start for the injured Ben Chilwell and James Maddison.

And that’s your latest Premier League update, check back in tomorrow for more, with the Sport Social.

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