Bournemouth travel to Rotherham on Saturday afternoon in their bid to edge closer to a place back in the Premier League.
The Cherries were relegated in the disrupted top-flight campaign last time out, but have recovered from that setback well this season.
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The Cherries currently sit second in the Championship standings, just one point behind leaders Norwich.
Jason Tindall has made an immediate impact after taking over from Eddie Howe. His side have won seven of their 13 league games this season, drawing five and losing just one.
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Rotherham have not enjoyed such a successful start, however. They sit 19th, with just three league wins all season.
The Millers have three draws and seven losses, with their 12 points just three outside of the relegation zone.
Paul Warne’s men go into the game with just one win in their last five. That victory came against Preston earlier this month.
But the club have lost their two league matches since then, firstly at Swansea last weekend and secondly at QPR on Tuesday evening.
Bournemouth meanwhile are on a terrific run of form. After losing out to Sheffield Wednesday at the beginning of the month – their only league loss this season – the Cherries have won their three matches since.
Tindall’s outfit overcame Birmingham and Reading 3-1 and 4-2 respectively, before beating Nottingham Forest 2-0 on Tuesday evening.
They now travel to the New York Stadium on Saturday afternoon in a bid to make it four successive victories.
Bournemouth are strong favourites at 4/5 to do just that.
A home win can be backed at 4/1 to cause an upset and secure all three points.
And a draw has been given odds of 11/4.
Junior Stanislas scored both goals in Tuesday’s win at the Vitality, and he will be keen to make another strong impression on Saturday.
But he finds himself behind both Arnaud Danjuma and Dominic Solanke in the club’s scoring charts this season. They boast tallies of five and four respectively, and will be difficult to keep quiet in front of goal.
Stanislas is currently available at 9/1 to score the first goal of the game.
Danjuma can be backed at 5/1 to net the opener, with former Liverpool man Solanke favourite at 4/1.