BOURNEMOUTH and Crystal Palace return to Premier League action for a Saturday evening showdown at the Vitality.
Palace eased any lingering relegation fears with a terrific three-game winning run before the lockdown hit, propelling them safely into mid-table.
Ryan Fraser is leaving Bournemouth on a free transfer after rejecting contract extension[/caption]
But it’s a different story for Eddie Howe and his men, who are very much embroiled in a relegation scrap.
They’re in the bottom three and looking to avoid a return to the Championship for the first time since 2015.
Hodgson’s men won three on the spin before lockdown[/caption]
When is Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace?
- This Premier League clash is the final game of a packed schedule on Saturday, June 20.
- Kick-off at the Vitality is at 7.45pm.
- When the sides met earlier on in the campaign, ten-man Palace won 1-0 thanks to a strike from Jeffrey Schlupp.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
- This is the second FREE Premier League game of the new-look schedule.
- It will be broadcast live on BBC ONE, where coverage begins at 7.15pm.
- If you want to stream instead, head to the BBC iPlayer on your mobile, tablet or PC.
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What is the team news?
Ryan Fraser has confirmed that he is leaving the Cherries after seven years with the club.
But in a boost for their survival hopes, the home side have David Brooks back available after missing most of the season through injury.
Mamadou Sakho is back in training for Palace despite a lingering hamstring problem and could feature for the first time since New Year’s Day.
Schlupp and James Tomkins are also recovered from long-term knocks and ready to fire Palace to an unlikely top-half finish.
- Bournemouth have won just three of the last 18 Premier League games.
- The Cherries are however unbeaten in their last three on home soil.
- Eight of Crystal Palace’s ten Prem wins this season have come by a single goal.
- Jordan Ayew has scored the winner in Palace’s last two victories.
- Bournemouth to start with a win – 3/2
- Draw at the Vitality – 21/10
- Palace to make it four from four – 19/10
- Over 2.5 goals – 11/10
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.