Burnley and Bournemouth will battle it out for a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals at Turf Moor on Tuesday at 5:30pm (UK time).
Burnley dumped fellow Premier League strugglers Fulham out in the fourth round to reach this stage while Bournemouth had to battle past giant-killers Crawley Town, winning 2-1 thanks to goals from Jack Wilshere and the now-departed Josh King.
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Where to watch Burnley vs Bournemouth on TV:
- UK: BT Sport 1
- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Burnley 2-1 Bournemouth
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Burnley vs Bournemouth build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
We’re fast approaching the business end of the FA Cup and although a place in the quarter-finals will be a tantalising prospect for both sides, you would forgive them for maintaining focus on their respective league commitments.
Burnley could only manage a 1-1 draw against Brighton at the weekend, leaving them down in 17th in the Premier League table, although they do remain eight points clear of Fulham in 18th. Despite the gap, Sean Dyche might well rotate in this one in order to keep his team fresh, especially considering he didn’t make a single substitution against the Seagulls on Saturday.
As for Bournemouth, they’re seeking an immediate return to top-flight football following their relegation last season. The Cherries ended a run of four consecutive league defeats at the weekend, beating Birmingham City 3-2 in Jonathan Woodgate’s first match as interim manager following the sacking of Jason Tindall. The South Coast side are still sixth in the table and look good value for a playoff place, even if automatic promotion might be slipping away from their grasp.
- Burnley (vs Brighton): Pope; Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Pieters; Gudmundsson, Westwood, Cork, McNeil; Barnes, Vydra.
- Bournemouth (vs Birmingham): Begovic; Smith, Carter-Vickers, Cook, Kelly; Cook, Lerma, Wilshere; Brooks, Long, Groeneveld.
Dyche has no fresh injury concerns following the draw with Brighton, although his lack of substitutions indicates he’ll rotate here. The likes of Robbie Brady, Chris Wood and Charlie Taylor could start as they seek to reach full match fitness.
Likewise, Woodgate’s side came through the weekend unscathed and the former England international will have a fully fit squad to choose from.
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Players to watch:
- Burley: With Dyche likely shuffling the pack, Tuesday should open up another opportunity for Burnley’s hero of the fourth round, Jay Rodriguez. The former Southampton man has found minutes hard to come by in the Premier League this season, starting just eight times, but put in a stellar performance against Fulham in the last round to help Burnley reach this stage. Rodriguez netted a brace to put the Clarets 2-0 up and out of sight before teeing up Kevin Long to make it 3-0, capping off a wonderful team and individual performance. They represent Rodriguez’s only direct goal involvements since his first appearance of the season when he grabbed an assist in the EFL Cup against Sheffield United, so he’ll be hoping for a little more FA Cup magic in midweek.
- Bournemouth: After a spell out of the limelight, Jack Wilshere is once again rebuilding his career back at Bournemouth, where he enjoyed a loan spell during the 2016/17 campaign. Despite his horrendous injury record, Wilshere cannot help but stay in love with the game, and admitted recently that his time without a club (after being released by West Ham) was a strain on his mental health. “It was tough,” he said. “What helped me, to be honest, was probably my wife and my kids, having them around me. I know not everyone is fortunate enough to have kids or a wife.” Starting just his second Championship game since returning, Wilshere was Bournemouth’s key man in the win over Birmingham at the weekend, scoring a goal and assisting another, while he also found the net in the FA Cup fourth round against Crawley. At 29, Wilshere still has plenty to offer to Bournemouth. Can he prove that against Premier League opposition here?
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