Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has no new injury or suspension problems ahead of their final home game of the season against Port Vale.
The Cherries secured promotion to League One last weekend with a 2-0 victory at Burton but Howe wants to finish the campaign in style and will therefore pick his strongest side.
He may wish to make a couple of changes from the side that won at the Pirelli Stadium as defender Ryan Garry is now back to full fitness following a hip flexor injury.
However, the game against the Valiants will be Rhoys Wiggins` last for Bournemouth as the on-loan left-back returns to parent club Norwich.
Midfielder Mark Molesley is the only long-term casualty as he recovers from a foot injury.
Gareth Owen is again likely to sit out for Port Vale`s biggest game of the season.
The centre-back missed last Saturday`s 2-1 home win over Notts County with a hip problem, a result which propelled Vale into the top seven for the first time this season.
Owen is hoping to have an injection to speed up his recovery in time for next weekend`s final-day encounter at home to Shrewsbury, but the chances of him featuring at Dean Court are slim.
Should the 27-year-old not make it then Lee Collins and John McCombe will again continue at the heart of defence.
Chris Martin recovered from a kick to his ankle to start in goal against the Magpies and he should again be okay to start, with Joe Anyon expected on the bench following his recovery from a thigh problem.
Craig Davies also overcame a knee complaint to start in attack alongside Marc Richards and is likely do so again in what could well be an unchanged XI.
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