The Cherries meanwhile are desperate for points in the relegation battle with Eddie Howe’s side on a five-game losing streak. The visitors will have one eye on this weekend’s north London derby, but with 11 points between Spurs and Leicester in fourth, the priority remains each game as it comes.
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The match will begin at 6pm on Thursday 9 July at the Vitality Stadium.
How can I watch it online and on TV?
The game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League, coverage starts at 5:30pm.
What is the team news?
Charlie Daniels, Simon Francis and Jack Stacey are all out, while Chris Mepham (knee), Steve Cook (hamstring) and Jack Simpson (calf) are doubtful for the Cherries too. Callum Wilson returns from a two-match ban.
Giovani Lo Celso could be rested after completing the 90 minutes in three successive games. Eric Dier has been handed a four-game ban, while Juan Foyth and Japhet Tanganga remain out.
Bournemouth XI: Ramsdale; Smith, Ake, Kelly, Rico; Brooks, Lerma, Cook, Stanislas; C. Wilson, King
Tottenham XI: Lloris; Aurier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Davies; Sissoko, Winks; Bergwijn, Lamela, Son; Kane
What are the odds?
It wasn’t pretty last time out as Spurs edged past Everton, but Jose Mourinho’s side know results are all that matters at this stage of the season. While Bournemouth will hope to cause an upset to bring to life their bid to beat the drop, their form has shown no signs of changing, while Spurs have enough quality to cope here, despite the importance of Arsenal this weekend. We’ll opt for a 2-0 away win as Spurs heap more misery on the Cherries.