Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

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Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Toondes » Fri Mar 15, 2019 6:48 pm

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Newcastle return to action on Saturday when they make their longest away trip of the season, facing the Cherries at the Vitality Stadium.

It's an old-fashioned 3pm kick-off.

NUFC: Sean Longstaff and Jamaal Lascelles are both missing due to injury, but Ciaran Clark and Federico Fernandez return to the squad.

Having reached 10 yellow cards, Fabian Schar begins a two match suspension that makes him unavailable for this game and the visit to Arsenal.

Matt Ritchie is also just one caution away from suffering the same fate.

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BFC: The Cherries will be missing Adam Smith, Dan Gosling and Junior Stanislas due to injury. Ryan Fraser is a slight doubt.

Eddie Howe's side sit three points and one place ahead of Newcastle in twelfth, ending a five game winless run when winning 2-0 at Huddersfield Town last Saturday.

On home turf so far this season, Bournemouth have won seven (Cardiff, Leicester, Palace, Huddersfield, Brighton, West Ham, Chelsea), drawn four (Everton, Southampton, Watford, Wolves) and lost four (Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City).

Travel: The threatened strike by South West Trains staff has been called off.

Stats:

Cherries v Magpies - all time:

2017/18 drew 2-2 Gayle 2
2015/16 won 1-0 Perez
1991/92 drew 0-0 (a) FAC
1989/90 lost 1-2 (a) D2
1963/64 lost 1-2 (a) LC

Referee/am-dram: Mike Dean (Whistle Down the Wirral). This week taking centre stage at the aptly named Dean Court.

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Upcoming PL fixtures:

Sat 16.03.2019:
Bournemouth v Newcastle (3pm)
Burnley v Leicester City (3pm)
West Ham v Huddersfield Town (3pm)

Sun 17.03.2019:
Fulham v Liverpool (2.15pm) Sky
Everton v Chelsea (4.30pm) Sky

The small number of PL fixtures is due to the FA Cup Quarter Final ties played this weekend as follows:

Sat 16.03.2019:
Watford v Crystal Palace (12.15pm) BT
Swansea City v Manchester City (5.20pm) BT
Wolves v Manchester United (7.55pm) BBC

Sun 17.03.2019:
Millwall v Brighton & Hove Albion (2pm) BBC

NB: The Watford versus Crystal Palace tie has a potential impact on NUFC, with victory for the Eagles at Vicarage Road meaning that their Premier League visit to SJP on April 6th would be postponed.

Quarter Final ties are played to a finish - no replays.

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BFC: The Cherries will be missing Adam Smith, Dan Gosling and Junior Stanislas due to injury. Ryan Fraser is a slight doubt.

Eddie Howe's side sit three points and one place ahead of Newcastle in twelfth, ending a five game winless run when winning 2-0 at Huddersfield Town last Saturday.

On home turf so far this season, Bournemouth have won seven (Cardiff, Leicester, Palace, Huddersfield, Brighton, West Ham, Chelsea), drawn four (Everton, Southampton, Watford, Wolves) and lost four (Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City).

Travel: The threatened strike by South West Trains staff has been called off.

Stats:

Cherries v Magpies - all time:
2017/18 drew 2-2 Gayle 2
2015/16 won 1-0 Perez
1991/92 drew 0-0 (a) FAC
1989/90 lost 1-2 (a) D2
1963/64 lost 1-2 (a) LC

Referee/am-dram: Mike Dean (Whistle Down the Wirral). This week taking centre stage at the aptly named Dean Court.

UK TV: None

Overseas TV:
620/621 Now Premier League Hong Kong
Astro SuperSport 1 (Malaysia)
beIN Sports Indonesia
beIN Sports New Zealand
beIN Sports MENA 2 HD
beIN Sports Phillipines 1 HD
beIN Sports Thailand 1 HD
BesTV (China)
Blue To Go Video Everywhere (Mexico)
Canal+ Sport Online (Poland)
DAZN (Japan)
DIGI GO/Digi Sport 4 (Slovakia)
Digiturk Play (Turkey)
DIRECTV Play Deportes/Argentina/Caribbean
Fiji One
Flow Sports App
HotStar (India)
M.Liga de Campeones +HD
mio Stadium 102/105/108 HD
Movistar Futbol
NBC Sports Gold (USA)
Now E (Hong Kong)
Optus Sport (Australia)
PPTV Sport China
QQ Sports (China)
Setanta Kazakhstan
Sky HD (Mexico)
Sky Sport 3 NZ
Sport 1 Israel +HD
SportKlub 6 (Serbia)
SportsNavi Live (Japan)
SPOTV ON 2 TV+ (South Korea)
Ssports Live (China)
Star Sports Select HD1
SuperSport Maximo 1 +HD
SuperSport 3 Za +HD
TSN GO/TSN1/TSN3 (Canada)
TSN Malta 2 HD
TV2 Sport Premium HD (Norway)
TV2sumo.no (Norway)
Watch ESPN Brazil

UK Radio: Live on BBC Radio 5 Live Sport

Local Radio: Live on BBC Radio Newcastle

Upcoming PL fixtures:

Sat 16.03.2019:
Bournemouth v Newcastle (3pm)
Burnley v Leicester City (3pm)
West Ham v Huddersfield Town (3pm)

Sun 17.03.2019:
Fulham v Liverpool (2.15pm) Sky
Everton v Chelsea (4.30pm) Sky

The small number of PL fixtures is due to the FA Cup Quarter Final ties played this weekend as follows:

Sat 16.03.2019:
Watford v Crystal Palace (12.15pm) BT
Swansea City v Manchester City (5.20pm) BT
Wolves v Manchester United (7.55pm) BBC

Sun 17.03.2019:
Millwall v Brighton & Hove Albion (2pm) BBC

NB: The Watford versus Crystal Palace tie has a potential impact on NUFC, with victory for the Eagles at Vicarage Road meaning that their Premier League visit to SJP on April 6th would be postponed.

Quarter Final ties are played to a finish - no replays.
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Speedo » Fri Mar 15, 2019 11:53 pm

Annoyingly I’m flying when the game’s on. I wonder if BA’s WiFi is good enough to stream it...
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Toondes » Sat Mar 16, 2019 7:45 am

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Crouching Shola Hidden Talent » Sat Mar 16, 2019 8:17 am

I worry this is going to be similar to the West Ham game, in so much that it's a game where we have every chance of getting something, but I fear we just won't turn up. 2-0 loss.
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by UlversToon » Sat Mar 16, 2019 8:56 am

2-1 Toon.

Almiron to score his first goal for The Toon and Ritchie with the other against his former club.

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by krully » Sat Mar 16, 2019 9:16 am

Boring 2-1 loss

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Beatski » Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:23 am

The lineup and formation isn't obvious for once. I hope we go for a 4231 with Dummett at LB and wouldn't mind seeing us return to the Shelvey - Diame as the midfield pairing

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Heisen » Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:24 am

Would take a point.
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by lassassinblanc » Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:32 am

Draw 1-1
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by CIH » Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:40 am

With Rafa's comments about Lascelles being out but Clark coming back to fitness, I'd expect us to stick with the 3/5 at the back formation. Either Clark or Fernandez can come in for Lascelles in that back three. I'm looking forward to this game, it could go either way. It's not a team we should expect to lose to, or expect to beat really. Be a good battle, like the Burnley game I think. Cautiously optimistic, 2-1 Toon.
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Bodacious Benny » Sat Mar 16, 2019 12:29 pm

Got to be Fernandez coming in if Lascelles is out.
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by The Deluded Pablo Diego Jose Francisco » Sat Mar 16, 2019 12:48 pm

3-0 Bournemouth

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by TJR » Sat Mar 16, 2019 1:10 pm

3-0 win Almoron Perez Rondon

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by originallad » Sat Mar 16, 2019 1:31 pm

1 v 1

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by CIH » Sat Mar 16, 2019 2:01 pm

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Looks like we are going to a 442, fair play. I forgot Schar was suspended.Good to see Muto on the bench, no Joselu.
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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Beatski » Sat Mar 16, 2019 2:21 pm

That could still be 5 at the back, or a 4231 (very much doubt it's a 442 though)

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by Sir Bobby » Sat Mar 16, 2019 2:23 pm

I’d imagine it’s 5 switching to 4 depending on how the game goes. Decent line-up

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Re: Match day thread - Bournemouth V Toon

Post by CIH » Sat Mar 16, 2019 2:44 pm

Yeah to be fair I don't think it'd be 442, it's just a generalisation. Be something fluid, most likely a 451 snapping into a 433 when need be. What I meant overall is that it'll be a flat back four. Although there's enough versatility to allow to switch to a back three if need be, which I think is exactly what Benitez wants.
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Post by originallad » Sat Mar 16, 2019 2:50 pm

Diame in. Good. KI was well off the pace.

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