Bournemouth continue their push for a spot back in the Premier League when they host struggling Preston on Tuesday evening.
The Cherries sit second in the Championship standings, throwing away the chance to go top of the table at the weekend.
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Norwich’s draw with Coventry meant Bournemouth could have overtaken the Canaries, but Jason Tindall’s men could only draw at Rotherham.
A Junior Stanislas penalty put the visitors in front, but Freddie Ladapo’s quickfire double put the hosts 2-1 up. Former Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke then netted to level the game at 2-2.
The draw means Bournemouth remain unbeaten, a streak which now stands at four matches. Three of those have been victories, which all came this month against Birmingham, Reading and Nottingham Forest.
They now come up against Preston, looking to extend that fine run of form.
Alex Neil’s side will not be looking forward to the fixture, having lost 4-1 at Watford on Saturday. They now sit 18th in the table, just six points off the relegation zone.
Preston have won just two of their last six, scoring just seven goals and conceding 11.
They will certainly find it tough against a free-scoring Bournemouth side on Tuesday evening.
A home win has been given odds of 4/6, with a shock away win currently available at 5/1.
A draw between the pair can be backed at 3/1.
The sides last met all the way back in 2016 in a League Cup third-round tie on the south coast. And it was the away side who came out on top that day.
Lewis Grabban and Dan Gosling netted for the hosts, but a Simon Makienok hat-trick ensured a memorable extra-time victory for Preston.
Similar heroics may not be so forthcoming this time around, however.
And that is thanks to the goalscoring exploits of the likes of Solanke, Arnaut Danjuma and Stanislas.
Solanke and Danjuma both have five goals for the campaign, with Stanislas now on three after Saturday’s strike.
Solanke can be backed at 4/1 to net the first goal of the game.
Danjuma and Stanislas have been given odds of 9/2 and 17/2 respectively to score first.