Exeter boss Paul Tisdale will have a fully-fit squad to choose from when his side host Bournemouth.

The Grecians boss will have to decide whether to continue with the 5-3-2 formation used during Saturday's 3-0 defeat at Peterborough or revert to either 4-4-2 or 4-3-3, both of which have been used on a number of occasions this season.

Full-back Richard Duffy is set to continue in defence following his return from a head/facial injury against Posh, but Tisdale could be tempted to make other changes in an attempt to return to winning ways following four games without a victory.

Midfielder James Dunne and striker Richard Logan are pushing for starts following their substitute appearances at the weekend, while Billy Jones, Marcus Stewart and John O'Flynn are also options.

Bournemouth boss Lee Bradbury will hand defender Rhoys Wiggins a late fitness test before naming his squad.

The left-back missed Saturday's comfortable 3-0 win over Oldham as a precaution following a slight reaction to a calf injury and is rated 50/50 to tackle the Grecians.

Warren Cummings deputised against the Latics on his return from laryngitis and will again stand in if Wiggins misses out.

Recent loan-signing Lauri Dalle Valle scored his first goal for the club after stepping off the bench to make his debut and is now vying with Danny Ings for a starting place.

Midfielder Mark Molesley returned from a 10-month absence against the Latics and will be hoping for another run out against Tisdale's men.

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