This evening AFC Bournemouth will host high-flying Burnley at the Vitality Stadium.
The Cherries will be hoping to continue their unbeaten run having picked up seven points from nine in their last three games.
Their chances are boosted as Simon Francis is available for selection again.
The Bournemouth captain is back after serving a one match suspension he picked up in the Cherries last home game against Huddersfield.
However Eddie Howe’s side are likely to be without strikers Junior Stanislas (groin injury) and Jermain Defoe (calf).
Defender Tyrone Mings and Brad Smith are out with longer term injuries.
Burnley have summer signing Chris Wood available again after he recovered from an injury he picked up early in the season.
The Clarets’ back four has been resolute this season and manager Sean Dyche hasn’t changed his back line in 13 Premier League games.
That might change tonight though as right back Matt Lowton could be set to miss out, having picked up a knock against Arsenal on Sunday.
Phil Bardsley is expected to fill in should Lowton be sidelined.
This could be good news for Bournemouth’s strikeforce, who were unable to score against lowly Swansea City on Saturday.
Sean Dyche’s Clarets were reeling after narrowly losing to Arsenal on Sunday, going down to an injury time Alexis Sanchez penalty.
Prior to this defeat Burnley beat Newcastle, Southampton and Swansea, elevating the Lancashire side to just outside the Champions League places.
Going into tonight’s game, Bournemouth sit in 14th place while Burnley have dropped to 7th.
A win for the Cherries could take them to as high as 9th, whereas a Clarets victory could mean they reach fourth place.
Eddie Howe will also be hoping for a perfect birthday, as the Cherries manager celebrates being 40, today.
Last season, his side beat Burnley 2-1 as Joshua King netted a late winner on the last game of the season.
In the reverse fixture, Burnley squeezed past the Cherries as they won 3-2 at Turf Moor.