Cummings in contention for Cherries

Defender Warren Cummings is back in contention for Bournemouth's League Two clash with fellow promotion hopefuls Notts County on Tuesday night.

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The left-back has served a three-match suspension but on-loan Rhoys Wiggins is expected to keep his place, so Cummings may have to settle for bench duty.

Cherries boss Eddie Howe will have only 14 players to select from once again as Marvin Bartley suffered a recurrence of a calf injury after coming off the bench in Saturday's goalless draw with Cheltenham.

Bartley will not be involved against the Magpies, but veteran striker Steve Fletcher will soldier on despite having a niggling back problem.

Midfielder Sammy Igoe is hoping to return to training towards the end of the week as he continues his recovery from ankle ligament damage.

Joe Partington (back), Scott Guyett (knee), Mark Molesley (foot) and Shaun Cooper (hip) all remain on the sidelines.

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