Bournemouth continue their fightback to the Premier League with a trip to struggling Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday evening.
Hillsborough plays host to the Championship meeting under the lights, with the visitors sitting third in the table.
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The Cherries will be keen to bounce back to the top-flight, having suffered from relegation after a disappointing campaign last year.
And they’ve started life back in the Championship strongly. Jason Tindall’s men are the only side yet to lose a game, winning four and drawing five.
That record came under threat on Saturday when Derby took a 1-0 lead at Vitality Stadium, but substitute Rodrigo Riquelme netted late on to secure a 1-1 draw.
Sheffield Wednesday meanwhile sit rock bottom of the table. They are, of course, unaided by the 12 point deduction they received before the campaign began.
Garry Monk’s side were hit with the punishment for breaking spending rules.
But their performances on the pitch haven’t helped their cause to get out of the bottom three. They’ve won just two of their nine league matches.
The Owls have drawn twice and lost the other five, with their latest defeat coming at fellow strugglers Wycombe on Saturday.
But they now have another chance to get more points on the board when they welcome the Cherries to Hillsborough.
Bournemouth go into the game as favourites at 6/5.
The home side are currently available at 11/4.
And a draw has been given odds of 23/10.
Arnaut Danjuma leads the way for Tindall’s outfit in terms of goals scored this season. He has three for the campaign, and is currently available at 11/2 to score first on Tuesday evening.
Dominic Solanke and Jefferson Lerma have two each, and are currently 5/1 and 12/1 respectively to net the opener.
Other interested parties include Josh King and Sam Surridge. The former is available at 13/2 to score first, with the latter available at 7/1.
Both teams to score can be backed at 10/11.
With just five goals to their name, Sheffield Wednesday are among the lowest scorers in this season’s competition.
It’s currently 13/8 for Bournemouth to keep a clean sheet.