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Will Bournemouth continue to serge up the table?
On Saturday, the Cherries swatted aside Sheffield United 3-1 at Bramall Lane, with Marcus Tavernier bagging a brace, whilst Justin Kluivert scored his first-ever Premier League goal in-between.
So, despite having won only two of their first nine, Andoni Iraola’s side have since won three of their last four, also beating both Burnley and Newcastle at home.
As a result, the Cherries will come into this clash full of confidence, now a healthy seven points clear of danger.
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Bournemouth Betting Odds
Bournemouth finished all the way up in 15th last season, meaning it was a massive surprise when they decided to sack Gary O’Neil in mid-June, with Andoni Iraola appointed as his successor.
Safe to say this hasn’t paid off, so far, so could the Cherries be returning to the Championship sooner rather than latter?
Bournemouth Relegation Odds
Bournemouth are currently priced at 7/4 to be relegated, making them joint-third favourites alongside Burnley, with the two set to meet on 28 October.
If you think the Cherries are destine for the drop, then it might be worth backing them now.
This is because those odds are only likely to fall further if they get poor results in their next two matches Wolves (H) and Burnley (H), ahead of games against Manchester City and Newcastle after that.
Bournemouth EFL Cup Odds
Despite being winless in the Premier League, the Cherries are still going strong in the Carabao Cup, knocking out both Swansea City and Stoke City this far.
Next up, in round four, Bournemouth will welcome Liverpool to Dean Court, which certainly isn’t the draw they were hoping for.
Partially due to this draw, they’re currently priced at 33/1 to win the EFL Cup, the highest of any top-flight club left in the competition.
Nevertheless, if you think the Cherries will knock out the record-League Cup winners, it’s worth backing them now, because those odds will plummet should they progress.
Bournemouth Betting Tips and Predictions
To guide you through the 2023/24 Premier League season, our experts will make sure you stay on top of everything Bournemouth related. Make sure you check out the latest Bournemouth tips below or visit our dedicated football betting tips page to see what is available.
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Bournemouth have another season of Premier League football to contend with, and naturally, expectations will ratchet up a notch or two, at least from the perspective of the fans. So, for the 2023/24 season, just look out for all Bournemouth free bets ahead of the biggest games.
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Bournemouth AFC, now known as AFC Bournemouth, has a rich and fascinating history that traces its roots back to the early 20th century. The club, based in Bournemouth, Dorset, England, was officially founded in 1899, making it one of the older football clubs in the country. However, it was not until the 1920s that the club really began to make its mark on the footballing landscape.
The club initially competed in regional leagues, gradually climbing the ranks of the English football pyramid. In 1923, Bournemouth achieved a significant milestone by gaining admission to the Football League’s Third Division South, which marked their entry into the national league system. This move provided a platform for the club to establish itself as a competitive force in English football.
Throughout the mid-20th century, AFC Bournemouth experienced its fair share of ups and downs, fluctuating between the lower divisions of the Football League.
However, the club’s fortunes began to change in the 1970s when it was taken over by local businessman John Bond. Under Bond’s stewardship, Bournemouth enjoyed a period of relative success, culminating in promotion to the Second Division (now known as the Championship) in the 1986-1987 season.
The new millennium heralded a remarkable period of growth for the club. Under the management of Eddie Howe, who had previously played for the club, Bournemouth embarked on an incredible journey. In the 2009-2010 season, they achieved promotion to the Championship and then, against all odds, clinched promotion to the Premier League in the 2014-2015 season, marking the club’s first-ever appearance in the top flight of English football.
Bournemouth’s stay in the Premier League lasted five consecutive seasons, during which they earned a reputation for their attractive style of play and their ability to compete with some of the biggest clubs in the country.
After a brief stay back in the Championship, Scott Parker guided them back to the top flight before Gary O’Neil kept them afloat amid another relegation battle in the 2022/23 season before an American takeover led by Bill Foley and Cannae Holdings oversaw an overhaul of the squad and the hiring of current manager Andoni Iraola to the hotseat as the Cherries seek to establish themselves as a top flight club.