Fletcher doubt for Torquay trip

Steve Fletcher faces a late fitness test ahead of Bournemouth's League Two trip to Torquay as he is still hampered by a hamstring problem.

Last Updated: 04/09/09 at 11:54

Fletcher: Hamstring injury

Fletcher: Hamstring injury

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The veteran striker has missed the Cherries' last two games and Alan Connell will keep his place in the starting line-up if Fletcher fails to prove his fitness after scoring his first goal since returning to the club a year ago in midweek.

Defender Jason Pearce is expected to return after sitting out the clash against the Glovers with a calf problem.

Reserve goalkeeper Ryan Pryce is also sidelined with a groin injury, so 17-year-old Dan Thomas will be on the bench once again.

Joe Partington and Josh McQuoid are unavailable as they are on international duty with Wales Under-21s and Northern Ireland Under-21s respectively.

Shaun Cooper (hip), Jeff Goulding (ankle) and captain Danny Hollands (knee) are also unavailable and keeper Ryan Pryce has left the club by mutual consent.

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