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Duo remain sidelined for Norwich clash

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Boss Eddie Howe will again be without the services of Joshua King and Jack Stacey for AFC Bournemouth’s Premier League clash with Norwich City tomorrow.

Frontman King and defender Stacey both sustained hamstring injuries over the festive period and will miss the trip to Carrow Road (3pm kick-off).

The pair have both sat out the Premier League defeats by West Ham and Watford and were also unavailable for the FA Cup third-round win against Luton.

Meanwhile, Howe said Nathan Ake, who returned from injury against the Hornets, had come through the game unscathed and would be in contention to face the Canaries.

And goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale this week returned to light training after missing the Watford defeat due to a minor hamstring injury.

Lloyd Kelly also trained this week but Junior Stanislas (calf) and Arnaut Danjuma (foot) remain sidelined. 

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