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Team news: Late calls on Rico and Gosling

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Eddie Howe has revealed the latest team news ahead of Monday night’s match against Crystal Palace.

Charlie Daniels is close to his return from injury after completing a couple of days in training, while late decisions will be made on Diego Rico’s hamstring injury and Dan Gosling’s calf problem ahead of the Palace game.

Kyle Taylor is yet to return to training with the first team.

But Howe said that there are no major injury concerns among the squad ahead of Monday night’s Premier League game at Vitality Stadium.

“We have a few injury concerns,” he admitted.

“But nothing major, they’re injuries that have been lingering the last couple of weeks.”

Commenting on the difficulties of his team selection, Howe added:

“There’s plenty of competition for places and strength in the depth of our squad.

"Look at our midfield, with Jefferson Lerma, Dan Gosling, Andrew Surman, and Lewis Cook, who’s got everything you need as a top-level midfielder. It’s a tough midfield to pick.”

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