A.F.C. Bournemouth play their home games at Dean Court. Founded 117 years ago, Bournemouth has spent almost all of their previous seasons outside of English soccer’s top tier, but were promoted at the end of the 2014-15 season after finishing top of the Championship, securing their first-ever top division berth. The 2015-16 was Bournemouth’s first taste of top flight action and they did themselves and their supporters proud. They finished in 16th place, five points above the relegation zone, a fantastic achievement for such a small club.
Bournemouth performed even better in the 2016-17 season, finishing in the top half of the table for the first time.
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What Are The Current Bournemouth Standings
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Bournemouth keep going about their business in the best way possible, by improving each and every season. The small south coast club endured a difficult stint during the 2016-17 season and were even pulled into the relegation battle for a while.
But they responded well and finished the season in great form. Bournemouth have no qualms about going toe to toe with league’s best. They play an attractive brand of soccer that’s especially easy on the eyes. Bournemouth are great going forward, even scoring more goals than Manchester United in 2016-17.
They had the eighth best offense in the league, a perfect reflection of how Howe likes to play on the front foot. They are, however, quite porous in defense, conceding the third most goals in the league, even more than relegated Sunderland.
For bettors, backing the over bet is almost a no brainer for most matches. The play a run-and-gun style which is conducive to high scoring, entertaining affairs.
Bournemouth score the majority of goals at home and concede almost as many at home as they do away. They perform quite well both home and away so you’ll have to do more research to find the opportune bets. Those bets will depend on where they’re playing, who their opponent is, both team’s current form as well as the injury status of both squads.
Take into account their head-to-head record so you can make the most educated decision possible.
Bournemouth managed a high goal output even without the services of their talisman for most of the 2016-17 season. Callum Wilson went down with a serious cruciate knee ligament injury about halfway through the year.
Joshua King started to reach his full potential in Wilson’s absence. Bournemouth will feel great about their attacking options if Wilson can make a full recovery and get up to speed in a timely manner.