The international break has been a welcome period of calm at the Vitality Stadium and with no new injure scares, Bournemouth are in a good place. The rest for the vast majority of the team over the past week can only bode well for the remainder of the season as well.
A short trip east to take on Southampton on April 1 will definitely be a tricky test in advance of the final stage of the season, but it's one the Cherries should be confident of overcoming. Claude Puel's side have taken just 18...
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Eddie Howe seemed baffled. When he was asked about Jack Wilshere's omission from the England squad to face Germany and Lithuania, the Bournemouth manager said: "Am I surprised? Yes because of the quality of the player Jack is."
Howe's confusion would be a little easier to take at face value if Wilshere had been in the Bournemouth team recently. Instead, the Arsenal loanee was on the bench for their trip to Old Trafford at the start of March and after that creditable 1-1 draw, that was where...
Bournemouth earned a well-deserved three points in their 2-0 victory over Swansea on Saturday and have really turned a corner since their dismal run of poor form at the turn of the year. Eddie Howe's side are a match for any team if they perform like this, but it's just a matter of finding that consistency, which is something they struggle with.
There's still work to do in avoiding relegation, but Bournemouth can breathe a huge sigh of relief, having stretched the gap to the drop zone even further.