Mid-table Bournemouth host relegation threatened Crystal Palace at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Eddie Howe’s side start the weekend nine points outside of the relegation zone needing one more win to put them on the coveted 40 points tally and virtually be assured of safety.
Meanwhile Crystal Palace are the team directly above the drop zone and only two points above Southampton whom they’ve already played a game more.
This match on the south coast sees a battle of two attacking sides and neither with a great defence. Bournemouth have seen both teams score in 13 of their last 14 Premier League matches including their last seven, to give you an idea of how entertaining their games are.
Likewise, Crystal Palace are finding the back of the net of late but conceding too. With Wilfried Zaha back from injury they have an extra weapon to break down the Cherries’ defence on Saturday.
I am expecting an exciting, end-to-end game with lots of goals in a match that could go either way when Bournemouth host Crystal Palace this weekend.