Goulding poised for starting spot

Striker Jeff Goulding is set to make his first start of the season when Bournemouth travel to Millwall in the first round of the Carling Cup.

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Goulding replaced Steve Fletcher with just over 20 minutes remaining in Saturday's League One win at Bury and could be included from the start against the Lions.

Cherries boss Eddie Howe revealed Fletcher would not start three games in a week and hinted the veteran striker would be rested against Kenny Jackett's side.

Defender Scott Guyett came through 74 minutes at Gigg Lane despite not having featured at all during pre-season as he recovered from a shoulder injury.

Guyett is expected to start once again and fellow defender Ryan Garry (dead leg) could return.

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