Watford took on Bournemouth on Saturday, at Vicarage Road, in a match of little drastic consequence for either side, owing to both clubs’ respective positions at the centre of the Premier League table (Now 11th and 10th respectively).
Watford vs AFC Bournemouth
Venue: Vicarage Road
Referee: Andy Madley
Saturday sees a true battle of the mid-table teams take place, as Watford welcome Bournemouth to Vicarage Road, both in search of a victory to further secure their place in the Premier League for the 2018/19 campaign.
Bournemouth fought back from a Jay Rodriguez goal to end their four-match winless run as they emerged 2-1 victors at Dean Court.
Leicester City vs A.F.C. Bournemouth
Venue: King Power Stadium
Referee: Lee Probert
Claude Puel’s Leicester City host A.F.C. Bournemouth on Saturday at the King Power, with a win for the Foxes potentially lifting them up to seventh place in the Premier League table.
A.F.C. Bournemouth vs Newcastle United
Venue: Vitality Stadium
Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth host Newcastle United on Saturday, with just three points separating both these sides in the Premier League table.
West Ham United vs Bournemouth
Venue: London Stadium
West Ham face Bournemouth at the London Stadium on Saturday and will be looking to continue their good run of form under David Moyes. West Ham are unbeaten in their last six matches in all competitions, including a 3-3 draw with Bournemouth in the reverse fixture.
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AFC Bournemouth vs Burnley
Date: Wednesday 29th November
Venue: Dean Court
Bournemouth host Burnley on Wednesday night, with Sean Dyche’s side aiming to reach as high as fifth in the Premier League standings with a win.
With 6 points separating Southampton in 8th and Watford in 17th after the completion of the 2016/17 Premier League season, the 2017/18 season looks to continue in this compact fashion. The 6-point gap was the closest in the Premier League since the turn of the new millennium, yet surprisingly the previous season saw a considerable 21-point gap between these positions with Liverpool in 8th and Sunderland in 17th respectively.