Cherries unchanged for Macc clash

Manager Eddie Howe is expected to name an unchanged side when promotion-chasing Bournemouth entertain Macclesfield in League Two on Saturday.

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Igoe: Remains sidelined

Igoe: Remains sidelined

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Midfielder Sammy Igoe had hoped to play for the reserves in midweek after recovering from an ankle problem, but he injured his hamstring in training on Monday and will not feature against the Silkmen at Dean Court.

Joe Partington (back) is also unavailable, but the midfielder is expected to return to training on Monday.

Ryan Garry (groin) is also ruled out, while fellow defender Scott Guyett (knee) could be out for the rest of the season.

Alan Connell scored for the Cherries' second string in 1-0 victory against their Southampton counterparts in midweek, but Brett Pitman and Steve Fletcher are almost certain to start in attack once again.

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