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As we all know every Premier League game is scruntinised and examined by the experts, and anyone who has an Internet connection and the ability to tap a keyboard.
What else we know is that many of the experts have no real insight into how AFC Bournemouth work. They have seen them on the telly a few times. But this lack of awareness makes their thoughts even more intriguing. On the reverse side we include a host of stories from a few who do know.
We thought we would add our ‘expert opinion and predict a 1-1 draw. We will come back and see who got the closest.
MICHEAL OWEN PREMIER LEAGE PREDICTIONS
The Cherries have found the back of the net in their last seven PL games but I expect Spurs to have too much for Eddie Howe’s side who have had more than their share of injuries.
PAUL MERSONS SKY SPORTS PREDICTIONS
“This is the third week in a row that I’m going to back Spurs. They’ll have too much for Bournemouth”.
OPTA STATS: AFCB v SPURS
This will be only the second competitive meeting between Bournemouth and Spurs, with the first coming in an FA Cup tie in 1957 that the south coast side won 3-1. Bournemouth are 3.50 to win again.
STEVE COOK: PREMIER LEAGUE IS GIVING SLEEPLESS NIGHTS
“It’s not the best. The first few disappointments hit me hard and I struggled for a few days”.
EDDIE HOWE CONCEDES CHERRIES PAY FOR NAIVETY
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe accepts his side have been naive this season but refuses to see the performances as a negative.