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Bournemouth could benefit from Burnley's drop in intensity

Cherries look good for a point

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Burnley have had an amazing season but their tally of seven home wins is three fewer than last term and they look shaky favourites against Bournemouth.

The Clarets have been seventh since January but there has been a drop in intensity from them recently and last Sunday's 5-0 loss at Arsenal was their fourth match without a victory.

Bournemouth overcame a slow start to the campaign - they took four points from their first eight games - to secure a fourth successive season in the top flight. They can sign off with a respectable draw.

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Team news
Ashley Barnes (arm), Scott Arfield (calf) and Steven Defour and Robbie Brady (both knee) are sidelined.

Harry Arter (Achilles), Adam Smith and Junior Stanislas (both knee) are unable to feature.

Key stat
Burnley have won two of their last nine home fixtures.

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