Bournemouth meet Burnley at the Vitality Stadium in an autumnal Premier League relegation six-pointer showdown.
Sat second and third bottom of the table respectively and with Luton not playing until Sunday, victory would lift either Bournemouth or Burnley out of the relegation zone.
Lewis Cook is suspended for Bournemouth after he was sent off during their defeat to Wolves.
Neto will be sidelined after he suffered an ankle injury during training.
Ryan Fredericks (calf), Tyler Adams (hamstring) and Emiliano Marcondes (foot) remain absent.
Burnley will be without Connor Roberts after he was red carded in their loss at Brentford.
Manuel Benson (ankle), Jacob Brun Larsen and Johann Berg Gudmundsson (both muscle) face late fitness tests.
Hjalmar Ekdal (knee), Jordan Beyer (knock) and Michael Obafemi (hamstring) remain absent.
When is Kick-Off?
Bournemouth host Burnley at Vitality Stadium on Saturday 28 October in a 3pm BST kick-off, untelevised live in the UK.
- Bournemouth have won two of eight previous Premier League meetings against Burnley (W2, L6).
- Burnley have won three of their four Premier League visits to Bournemouth (W3, L1).
- Jay Rodriguez has scored in each of Burnley’s last two league matches against Bournemouth (W2), with the Clarets keeping clean sheets on both occasions.
- Dominic Solanke has produced more shots than any other Bournemouth player this season (24).
- Josh Brownhill has made more crosses than any other Burnley player this season (25).
Having been punished for a lack of end product aside from Solanke’s first-half goal in their loss against Wolves, Bournemouth just need to find any spark to ignite their league campaign because poor marking again proved costly.
Burnley meanwhile were totally outclassed at Brentford with sloppy defending and were luckily to not be battered by more than three goals, whilst their attack lacked much quality and intensity which must improve if they want to boost their survival prospects.
Add in their league positions and this game feels must-win for both teams but if Bournemouth can just cut out their defensive mistakes, they might just have enough in them to snatch a draw amidst their poor Premier League record against Burnley.
Prediction: Bournemouth 1-1 Burnley
Result: Bournemouth 2-1 Burnley