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Match Day Leicester v Bournemouth, Sunday 21st May 15:00

Discussion in 'MatchDay' started by SALTIRE, May 18, 2017.

  1. SALTIRE

    SALTIRE SlĂ inte mhath! Staff Member Moderator Site Supporter

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    Whatever happens this weekend, Bournemouth will register a highest ever league finish (for about the 4th year running). That's something to celebrate, and believe me we will!

    However with the table poised as it is, the chance is there to do something fairly remarkable and register a top half finish. How motivated are we? Will our players be as motivated by that carrot as us supporters are? That's the question.

    We have various injuries (as do Leicester I gather) so I'm not entirely sure what side we'll have out. I gather Dan Gosling is fit again so he'll be welcomed back into midfield, replacing Lewis Cook who is now on England U20 duty. Harry Arter is knackered, not sure if we'll nurse him through another game or whether Surman or someone from the youth setup will replace him.

    Leicester's result last night was a bit surprising, I don't know how motivated they'll be for a backlash but no professional will be content after that.
     
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    9th place finish for little old Bournemouth. Not bad hey!

    Absolutely delighted :D
     
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