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Bournemouth will be keen to continue their unbeaten run when they welcome Rotherham to the Vitality Stadium on Wednesday evening.

The Championship encounter gets underway under the lights at 8.15pm.

The Cherries have slipped to sixth in the standings after a disappointing run. The poor string of results led to the termination of manager Jason Tindall. He was in the role for just six months, but lost his job after the recent 2-1 home loss to Sheffield Wednesday.

It may prove to be the correct decision, however, with the club unbeaten in their three games since. They have beaten Birmingham and drawn with Nottingham Forest, having also defeated Burnley in the FA Cup. Sam Surridge and Junior Stanislas netted either side of half-time to clinch the fifth-round win at Turf Moor.

Conversely, it has been a season to forget for Rotherham. The Millers sit 21st in the current Championship standings, just a point off the relegation zone. Paul Warne’s outfit have won just eight of their 27 league games this season.

They do, however, boast three wins from their last five matches. That includes two 3-0 victories, against Derby and Middlesbrough, the other being a 2-1 win at Preston. The Millers were, however, knocked back down to earth by Cardiff on Tuesday evening, losing 2-1 at the New York Stadium.

Bournemouth are strong favourites at 13/16 to come out on top. A draw can be backed at 37/13.

It’s currently 21/5 for the visitors to cause a shock and come away with all three points.

Michael Smith and Matt Crooks have been the dangermen for the Millers this season. The former has seven league goals, while the latter sits on six. They can be backed at 19/2 and 14/1 respectively to score the opening goal of the game.

But the duo sit behind a trio of Bournemouth attackers in the top-scoring charts. Dominic Solanke has ten for the campaign, with Junior Stanislas on nine and Arnaut Danjuma on six.

Solanke continues to be ruled out with an ankle injury, leaving Stanislas and Danjuma with odds of 7/1 and 11/2 respectively to score the first goal of the game.

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