Howe keeping cards close to chest

Eddie Howe is keeping tight-lipped over his team selection as Bournemouth go in search of a victory at Burton to seal League Two promotion.

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Howe has been forced to choose from a depleted squad for much of the season due to a lengthy injury list and a transfer embargo, but he will have 19 players to select from for the clash with the Brewers.

The Cherries boss is expected to recall the fit-again Ryan Garry in defence, with Shaun Cooper expected to drop down to the bench as he is still not 100% fit following a long-term injury.

Mark Molesley is now the only player unavailable for selection due to a foot injury as Bournemouth look to join Notts County and Rochdale in the third tier next season.

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