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Team news: No fresh concerns for Palace


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Eddie Howe has admitted that he has no fresh injury concerns ahead of the mid-week trip to Crystal Palace.

The Cherries travel to Selhurst Park to face Roy Hodgson’s side tomorrow night, with kick-off 7.30pm in south London.

And Howe has provided an update on his squad following the weekend’s game away at Spurs.

“Not much has changed in the last couple of days.

“We came through relatively unscathed, so that’s where we currently stand.”

Joshua King missed the trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, having suffered a hamstring injury while away on international duty with Norway.

Additionally, there was no Adam Smith, who was ruled out through illness, but Dominic Solanke and Ryan Fraser were both fit and look set to be in contention again tomorrow night.

Howe also discussed the impact it would have with both Simon Francis and Philip Billing back from serving a one-game suspension.

“We’re going through a spell where we’ve just missed some key players,” he continued.

“It will be great to have both Simon Francis and Philip Billing back for tomorrow night’s game.”  

You can listen to free live commentary of the game with Crystal Palace on afcbTV tomorrow.

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