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November's four Goal of the Month contenders

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The shortlist for November's Strategic Solutions Goal of the Month award has been revealed.

Harry Wilson is nominated twice, for strikes against Newcastle and Tottenham Hotspur, while Joshua King's opener against Manchester United and Jack Wadham's strike against Oxford are also up for the accolade. 

King scored the first strike for the Cherries in November, as Ole Gunnar Solskjae's side visited Vitality Stadium. The Norwegian's goal on the stroke of half time, where he controlled it, lifted it over Aaron Wan-Bissaka and finished beyond David De Gea, proved to be decisive that day in what was a 1-0 win. 

Wilson, who now has six goals this season, sees his strike against Newcastle make the shortlist after a lovely team move from a corner. Ryan Fraser's smart one-two with King saw him lay it off to the Wales international, who coolly slotted home with a low finish. 

Goal number three comes from under-18s midfielder, Jack Wadham, in a crucial top-of-the-table clash with Oxford. After a low clearance from the Yellows' defender, the youngster was there to convert from 20 yards. 

The final goal to make up our shortlist once again comes from Wilson, who has already won August's accolade. His free-kick from the edge of the area against Tottenham sailed past Paulo Gazzaniga to give the Cherries a lifeline in north London. 

Voting is open now and you can have your say over on Twitter by voting in our poll. 

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