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You never know what you’re going to get from Eddie Howe’s side.

A week on from that vastly improved attacking display at West Ham, this feels like a big chance for us to earn back-to-back wins against a dangerous but beatable Bournemouth.

One week they’ll blow you away with free flowing and dynamic football, the next they’ll make basic errors and not be at it, so it’s hard to predict which of these two will turn up this weekend.

One thing worth noting is the fact they’ve kept THREE Premier League clean sheets in a row.

We’ve struggled to win against mid-table opposition at home this season, drawing against Brighton, Watford and Wolves at St James’ Park so far, so history suggests it’ll take another improved performance to overcome a dangerous Bournemouth side here.

We are coming into this one on the back of arguably our most promising performance of the season, while a usually free-scoring Bournemouth have been struggling for goals recently yet keeping clean sheets for fun.

We saw how good he can be on his day last time out, but he’s often lacked consistency and seems to struggle to break teams down at St James’ Park.
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