2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
2-1-6, 19th in English Premier League
Stoke 1-2 Bournemouth: Cherries hit quickly (1:45)
Stoke's Diouf bundles in from close range (0:38)
Stanislas doubles Bournemouth's lead from the spot (1:06)
Surman's composed finish puts Bournemouth ahead (0:51)
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1dRob Dawson

First two English players join Common Goal

Alfie Mawson and Charlie Daniels have become the first two English players in the Premier League players to join Juan Mata's charity pledge.

Howe laments Bournemouth's missed chance (0:27)
Eriksen opens the scoring for Tottenham (0:53)
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10dMark Ogden

Bournemouth lead the way for keepers

Goalkeepers were once used as little more than target practice for strikers during training, but they are now coached specifically to their needs.

How Bournemouth hope technology will stop Kane (2:37)
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14dPA Sport

Defoe: 'Clean living' the secret to longevity

Jermain Defoe credits "clean living" and his mother's advice for keeping him in the hunt for a World Cup place at the age of 35.

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18dJohn Brewin

How can clubs avoid relegation?

After seven rounds of matches, the relegation situation is taking shape in the Premier League. But how will teams survive?

Howe: Bournemouth's best performance of the season (1:19)
WATCH: Rooney left bloodied by aerial challenge (1:05)
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28dPA Sport

Niasse saves Everton in comeback win

Former outcast Oumar Niasse was transformed into the comeback king with his first two Premier League goals for Everton.

Niasse puts Everton in front (0:54)
Niasse hammers home Everton's equaliser (0:45)
King opens the scoring for Bournemouth (1:12)
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29dPA Sport

Howe: No drinking problem in English game

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has dismissed suggestions of a drinking culture in football in the wake of Wayne Rooney's drink-driving conviction.

32dPA Sport

King lifts Bournemouth in extra-time

Joshua King came off the bench to score an extra-time winner as Bournemouth beat Brighton to advance into round four of the Carabao Cup.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-716th
Goals Scored6Tied-17th
Goals Conceded13Tied-14th