Can Bournemouth make it three Premier League wins in a row by beating Stoke? Opta has the answers.
"This will be just the fourth meeting between Bournemouth and Stoke in the Premier League, with the Cherries getting their first win over them in this season’s reverse fixture."
Bournemouth are 2.265/4 to win again.
This will be just the fourth meeting between Bournemouth and Stoke in the Premier League, with the Cherries getting their first win over them in this season's reverse fixture (L2 previously). Bournemouth are 2.265/4 to win again.
Stoke City have won just one of their last six away games at Bournemouth in all competitions (D2 L3). The draw is 3.65.
There hasn't been a draw between Bournemouth and Stoke since October 1999 in all competitions, with the Cherries winning three and the Potters winning six of the nine meetings since. Stoke are 3.45 to win.
The eight goals scored in this fixture in the Premier League have all been registered by different players (three for Bournemouth and five for Stoke). Both teams to score is 1.645/8.
The Cherries have won their last two Premier League games - they've not won three in a row in the competition in over a year (March 2016). You can back them to do that by winning half-time/full-time at 3.711/4.
Stoke City haven't scored in any of their last six Premier League away games, with their goalless drought now standing four minutes' shy of 10 hours (596 minutes) since Peter Crouch's 34th minute goal at Sunderland in January. Bournemouth are 4.216/5 to win to nil.
Josh King has scored 12 goals in his 16 Premier League appearances so far in 2017 - this tally is just three fewer than Stoke City overall (15 goals in 16 games) in 2017. King is 2.6213/8 to score.
King now has 15 goals in the Premier League this season and needs three more in 2016-17 to equal the most scored by a Norwegian player in a single PL season: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (18 in 1996-97 for Manchester United). He's 6.511/2 to open the scoring.
Mark Hughes has overseen 149 wins as a Premier League manager and his next victory will see him become only the 7th different manager to reach 150 Premier League wins. Stoke are 2.47/5 in the Draw No Bet market.
Bournemouth need just one point from their remaining three games of the season to equal their points tally from 2015-16 (42). They have already won the same number of league matches as they did last term (11). Bournemouth are 1.618/13 Draw No Bet.