- Fri Feb 23 4:06 PM
Bournemouth welcome Rafael
Benítez’s Newcastle United to the south coast on the back of a warm-weather training camp in Portugal. Both teams ought to be revitalised after a two-week break and need to hit the ground running on their return to action, with the visitors, in particular, still looking...
- Fri Feb 23 2:50 PM
Islam Slimani is out of Newcastle's Premier League trip to Bournemouth on Saturday after suffering a setback in training.
- Fri Feb 23 2:45 PM
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and Opta stats.
- Fri Feb 23 2:16 PM
Newcasle’s on loan striker has already missed two games since joining , and is out for the trips to Bournemouth and Liverpool
London Evening Standard
- Fri Feb 23 12:12 PM
We would have liked to still be in the FA Cup but our defeat by Wigan, who now have three Premier League scalps after also beating Bournemouth and Manchester City, meant we had an enforced mini-break.
- Fri Feb 23 11:10 AM
, who joined the Cherries on a free transfer during the summer following Sunderland's relegation, has not played since the Carabao Cup tie against Chelsea on December 20.
- Thu Feb 22 12:05 AM
is back in training with the Bournemouth first-team and is in contention for a return to the substitutes' bench when Eddie Howe's side take on Newcastle this weekend.
- Tue Feb 20 12:16 PM
Bournemouth defender Bailly Cargill has gone on loan to Partick Thistle in the Scottish Premiership and has impressed in six games so far but his Cherries deal is set to expire in the summer.
- Mon Feb 19 10:29 AM
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe believes that his squad will be motivated by the prospect of representing their countries. Jermain Defoe
will hope to be part of the England squad.
|With a change of scene, I think naturally you are able to put that game to the back of your mind,
Howe said. But hopefully not too far away because I want the pain of that defeat and how it felt afterwards to inspire the players for the game coming up.
It's been a good month and I'd like to dedicate the award to everyone associated with the football club,
Howe told afcb.co.uk . The highlight was without doubt the Chelsea game, but I don't think we should forget about the result against Arsenal.
I apologise to them for the performance,
Howe said. There's not much else I can say.
I don't know anything about Chelsea and how they work to be honest. That's a very difficult one for me to answer,
Howe said. I think everyone knows my focus is always on the next training session. What other people say, whether it is good or bad, I try not to give it much relevance.