AFC Bournemouth left back Charlie Daniels hopes his side will come out “all guns blazing” against Colchester United on Saturday.
After three long trips away from home, the Cherries return to Dean Court with four points and a place in the third round of the FA Cup, a result which earned a trip to Premier League side Wigan in January.
The Cherries haven`t played at Dean Court since the 1-1 draw with Stevenage on the 20th November, a result which extended the Cherries unbeaten home record to five.
AFC Bournemouth currently boast the second best home record over the past six games, but a positive result against Colchester could put the Cherries top of the recent home form league.
Daniels told afcb.co.uk…
“…It`s been a bit of a strange time with all the away games, We can look back though with satisfaction at the way we dug in, got on with it and came back with three good results.
“I think we`ve all had enough of spending Fridays on the motorway and the evenings in a hotel.
‘It will be nice to spend the night before the match with our families and just think about the game, get our minds on it and come out all guns blazing.”
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