Albion made one change from their 3-1 win over West Brom last weekend, with captain Bruno left out despite recovering from a back injury sustained six days ago.
Eddie Howe hopes Jordon Ibe's match-winning cameo against Brighton and Hove Albion can light a fire underneath the winger's Bournemouth career.
UN Chief calls for effective action plan to address Rohingya problem
The Rohingya are fleeing from a Myanmar military offensive in Rakhine that began after a series of guerrilla attacks on August 25 on security posts and an army camp.
The two sides meet again at the Vitality Stadium on Tuesday in the third round of the EFL Cup. The form of the wide players that we have has been very good. "I've no doubt there are still many good years in him".
"We do have to recognise that we've just played Manchester City and Arsenal and we've said previously that you have to put those games to the back of your minds".
The Fantasy Premier League deadline is tonight at 7pm due to the Bournemouth Brighton fixture. "I hope that's the kick-start, the confidence boost that he needs because he could be a difference-maker for us".
Gulf Crisis: Arab League meeting turns into words showdown
The four have also insisted that Doha scales down its relations with Iran, as part of conditions to renew relations. Israel's neighbors in the Middle East continue to sling mud at one another in their quarrel over Qatar .
Jermain Defoe, who worked with Hughton when he was assistant manager at Spurs, struck Bournemouth's victor (below).
Eddie Howes' charges enjoyed most of the possession in the first half, but they were unable to make it count as the likes of Jermaine Defoe and Joshua King fired blanks.
Ibe did not contribute a single goal or assist in 25 Premier League appearances, but he started the new season with a vow to improve. Bournemouth need Defoe or King to start scoring or they could be a relegation candidate. "It feels like it's been longer than four games that we haven't won, because at the beginning of the season you're just desperate for a win and desperate to hit the ground running and that hasn't happened".
'Win-win-win' as Paris gets 2024 Olympics Los Angeles 2028
The International Olympic Committee , IOC, formally announced on Wednesday the 2024 Summer Olympics will be held in Paris. It will be the third time that Los Angeles hosts the Olympics, with the first two happening in 1932 and 1984.