Premier League strugglers, Bournemouth host Newcastle United at the Vitality Stadium.
Victory or draw would see Bournemouth climb out of the relegation zone if Luton fail to win elsewhere in their mid-afternoon kick-off at Manchester United.
Newcastle meanwhile can go fifth with a win because Aston Villa aren’t in action until Sunday.
Alex Scott is ruled out for Bournemouth after he suffered a knee injury during their thrashing at Manchester City last weekend.
Lewis Cook (suspension) could return but Neto (ankle), Darren Randolph (illness), Ryan Fredericks (calf), Tyler Adams (hamstring) and Emiliano Marcondes (foot) remain absent.
Newcastle will be without midfielder, Bruno Guimaraes after he picked up his fifth booking of the league camapign, during their win over Arsenal last weekend.
Callum Wilson is a doubt after he suffered a hamstring injury during the Magpies’ Champions League loss at Borussia Dortmund in midweek.
Dan Burn (back), Matt Targett (hamstring), Sven Botman (knee), Elliott Anderson (back), Jacob Murphy (shoulder), Sandro Tonali (suspension), Harvey Barnes (foot), Javier Manquillo and Alexander Isak (both groin) remain absent.
When is Kick-Off?
Bournemouth host Newcastle at Vitality Stadium on Saturday 11 November in a 5:30pm GMT kick-off, live on Sky Sports in the UK.
- Bournemouth are winless in their last seven league meetings against Newcastle (D4, L3).
- Newcastle are unbeaten in their last five visits to Bournemouth (W2, D3)
- Bournemouth have scored first in just one of their last four home games against Newcastle.
- Illia Zabarnyi has made more headed clearances than any other Bournemouth player in the top-flight this season, with 17 headed clearances in 11 appearances.
- Miguel Almiron has been taken off as a substitute on more occasions than any other Newcastle player in the Premier League this season, having been benched in eight of his 11 appearances.
After being utterly torn apart by Man City with atrocious defending following a solid opening half hour, Bournemouth must reset and take the positives in that they did show plenty of attacking quality when got chances and show that here along with a much better defensive effort.
Newcastle meanwhile produced a valiant effort at Borussia Dortmund in midweek but just lacked the final touch to their chances, whilst defensive errors were deservedly punished but questions will be asked of their attack if Wilson is unavailable whilst Guimaraes is a loss in midfield.
Either way, Bournemouth need to improve their defending quickly but Newcastle seem to enjoy their visits so should have enough to snatch a win even if not at their best.
Prediction: Bournemouth 0-1 Newcastle
Result: Bournemouth 2-0 Newcastle