Sheffield Wednesday are the visitors to Dean Court on Friday having drawn at home 3-3 against Blackburn, with their last away game also ended 3-3 at Nottingham Forest.
Previous to that they have lost their last 4 away games and you have to go back to February when they beat Huddersfield for their last victory on the road.
Despite their recent poor form away from home, Sheffield Wednesday are safe from relegation on 50 points.
AFC Bournemouth Team News:
Eddie Howe says he may consider using the squad rotation over the Easter games.
At Yeovil, Ryan Fraser came in for Marc Pugh on the wing, whilst Adam Smith also made a second half appearance at left back replacing Ian Harte.
Whilst Lewis Grabban was also withdrawn after he passed a late fitness test after struggling with his groin, with Brett Pitman and Tokelo Rantie making appearances from the bench.
Harry Arter serves the last game of his suspension for his sending off against QPR.
Player to watch: Matt Ritchie
Matt Ritchie starting to fire on all cylinders as we saw against Reading.
Sheffield Wednesday Team News:
Interesting selection problem for Stuart Gray for our game against Wednesday, Atdhe Nuhiu who came in for Leon Best as Best couldn’t play against the club he is on loan from, Nuhiu who has been on the bench previously scored a couple of goals.
Player to watch: Michail Antonio
Michail Antonio in midfield who plays on the wing.
The former Reading trainee has made 24 appearances this season scoring four goals.
Match Facts & Stats
Head to Head
Bournemouth wins – 6
Sheffield Wednesday wins – 5
Draws – 6
Last time out
We have a good record against Wednesday home and away having beaten them back in December 2-1.
We have won 2 and drawn 2 of our home games against them. F4 A1.
Away we have won 3, drawn 1 and lost 1, F6 A 5.
21st April 2014, Ipswich Town v AFC Bournemouth, 3pm.