Not many changes for Stanley boss

Accrington Stanley manager John Coleman is unlikely to make many changes to his side for the visit of leaders Bournemouth to the Crown Ground.

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Stanley were outstanding in beating Cheltenham 4-0 in their last game, with the win their third home success in a row.

It also took their goal tally in those three games to 11 and Coleman will be hoping for more of the same against Eddie Howe's men.

Stanley's recent form, which included a competitive showing in Tuesday's 3-1 friendly defeat to Blackburn, means that teenager Chris Turner will continue in midfield after scoring his first career goal last weekend.

Robert Grant should also continue to support Michael Symes in attack after taking his tally for the season to seven with a brace against Cheltenham.

One change could see Alan Martin replace Ian Dunbavin in goal after returning from international duty with the Scotland Under-21 side.

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