AFC Bournemouth Injury News Looks Good Ahead of Key Trip to QPR

AFC Bournemouth Injury News
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The AFC Bournemouth injury news is looking very promising ahead of their trip to Queens Park Rangers on Monday, with this game looking key if they want to maintain their place in the Championship‘s automatic promotion positions.

AFC Bournemouth Injury News Looks Promising as They Aim to End Winless Run

Best Chance Possible in a Must-Win Match

Bournemouth have had a tough time with injuries so far this campaign. The likes of Jordan Zemura and Lloyd Kelly have both proven key defensive absences over the last couple of months, but they started together for the first time since October in the Cherries’ defeat to Middlesborough last Saturday.

The pair will be available once again against QPR in Parker’s side’s next fixture, with the English manager telling the media: “We’re all good, we’re fine. The players came away from there with no real issues, we’ve had some good days back at the training ground and worked well.

“It’s been a good time for the players who have not been fit, or been out for some time prior to Middlesbrough, to get some good training time under their belt and we’ve managed to do that.

“Fingers crossed we’ve come out of that period where we accumulated a lot of injuries, that was a moment for us. Hopefully we’re the other side of that and players will be getting stronger from now on.”

Parker will undoubtedly be desperate for his side to return to winning ways as soon as possible. The South Coast side are without a victory in their last six games. Frankly, they are very fortunate not to have dropped more than one place down the table, but a combination of their blistering form at the start of the season and the failings of the teams around them has allowed some wiggle room for Parker’s men.

Next Monday’s fixture against QPR could be where that leeway ends, however, with the Cherries only one point clear of third-placed Blackburn Rovers, who are themselves just one point ahead of West Bromwich Albion in fourth.


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