Bournemouth midfielder Danny Hollands will be hoping to return to action for the visit of Morecambe this weekend.

Hollands missed the games against Barnet and Shrewsbury with a knee ligament problem but should come back into contention against the Shrimps.

Jason Pearce should make his return, although he will need an injection in his toe before he is able to play.

Liam Feeney is rated as touch and go due to a hamstring problem, but the game is likely to come too soon for Joe Partington (back) and Sammy Igoe (hamstring), who have both started doing some running.

The Cherries have struggled with a plethora of injuries this season and will again be without long-term absentees Scott Guyett (knee), Shaun Cooper (hip) and Mark Molesley (foot) as they look to avenge December's 5-0 defeat at Morecambe.

Morecambe boss Sammy McIlroy will again be without defender Laurence Wilson for the trip to Bournemouth.

Wilson serves the second game of a two-match ban after picking up his 10th booking of the season in the goalless draw at Bury.

Midfielder Stewart Drummond has been nursing a back injury but he came off the bench to play the last five minutes of Tuesday`s 1-0 home win over Port Vale.

The Shrimps, who thumped Bournemouth 5-0 at Christie Park in December, this week agreed to release defender Danny Adams from his contract.

The veteran left-back, who was a member of the club`s promotion-winning side, has been allowed to leave ahead of his contract officially coming to an end at the close of the season.

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