Lineups

AFC Bournemouth

( 5-3-2 )

  • 1. A. Begović

  • 25. J. Simpson

  • 5. L. Kelly

  • 33. J. Zemura

  • 17. J. Stacey

    62'
  • 18. H. Arter

    83'
  • 16. L. Cook

    74'
  • 29. P. Billing

  • 7. D. Brooks

  • 24. N. Ofoborh

  • 14. S. Surridge

Substitutes

  • 23. M. Travers

  • 4. D. Gosling

    74'
  • 26. G. Kilkenny

  • 8. J. Lerma

    62'
  • 32. J. Anthony

  • 9. D. Solanke

    83'

England - EFL Cup

90' M. Kelly 90' Yellow Card 90'  M. Kelly
AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth

0 - 0

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace

  • HT
    0 - 0
  • Date: 15/09/2020
  • Time: 19:45
  • Venue: Dean Court
  • Referee: Keith Stroud
AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace - Preview

Date published: 9/14/2020 5:28:11 PM

AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace - Preview

Bournemouth boss Jason Tindall set to shuffle pack for Palace visit

Bournemouth manager Jason Tindall is likely to rotate his side for their Carabao Cup second-round clash with Crystal Palace on Tuesday night.

The Cherries got off to a winning start under Tindall with a 3-2 victory over Blackburn in the Sky Bet Championship.

Chris Mepham made his first competitive start in nine months against Rovers as he returned from a serious knee injury so the Wales international is expected to be rested.

Steve Cook, too, was a surprise starter following an unspecified niggle so could also be given more time to fully recover, while Asmir Begovic (dead leg) and Diego Rico (thigh) are expected to miss out.

Palace manager Roy Hodgson could hand a full debut to summer signing Eberechi Eze.

The forward came on for a 15-minute cameo in Palace’s 1-0 opening weekend Premier League win over Southampton but will be keen to impress from the start at the Vitality Stadium.

Given the busy fixture list, Hodgson will almost certainly shuffle his pack, with Michy Batshuayi also looking for his first involvement since signing for a second loan spell from Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Gary Cahill, James Tomkins, Mamadou Sakho (all hamstring), Patrick Van Aanholt (shoulder), Nathan Ferguson (knee), Christian Benteke (foot) and Connor Wickham (unspecified) are all still likely to be missing.

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Match Information

  • EFL Cup
  • Round 2
  • Dean Court
  • Keith Stroud
  • 15 Sep, 19:45

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League Table

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Recent Head-to-Head Results

15-Sep-2020
AFC Bournemouth 11-10 Crystal Palace
20-Jun-2020
AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace
03-Dec-2019
Crystal Palace 1-0 AFC Bournemouth
12-May-2019
Crystal Palace 5-3 AFC Bournemouth
01-Oct-2018
AFC Bournemouth 2-1 Crystal Palace
07-Apr-2018
AFC Bournemouth 2-2 Crystal Palace
09-Dec-2017
Crystal Palace 2-2 AFC Bournemouth
31-Jan-2017
AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace
27-Aug-2016
Crystal Palace 1-1 AFC Bournemouth
02-Feb-2016
Crystal Palace 1-2 AFC Bournemouth
26-Dec-2015
AFC Bournemouth 0-0 Crystal Palace

AFC Bournemouth Last 5 Games

19/09/2020
Middlesbrough 1-1 AFC Bournemouth
D
15/09/2020
AFC Bournemouth 11-10 Crystal Palace
W
12/09/2020
AFC Bournemouth 3-2 Blackburn Rovers
W
05/09/2020
West Ham United 3-5 AFC Bournemouth
W
30/08/2020
Benfica 2-1 AFC Bournemouth
L

Crystal Palace Last 5 Games

19/09/2020
Manchester United 1-3 Crystal Palace
W
15/09/2020
AFC Bournemouth 11-10 Crystal Palace
L
12/09/2020
Crystal Palace 1-0 Southampton
W
05/09/2020
Crystal Palace 1-1 Brondby IF
D
01/09/2020
Millwall 0-1 Crystal Palace
W

Lineups

AFC Bournemouth
(5-3-2)
Crystal Palace
(4-4-2)
  • 1. A. Begović

  • 25. J. Simpson

  • 5. L. Kelly

  • 33. J. Zemura

  • 17. J. Stacey

    62'
  • 18. H. Arter

    83'
  • 16. L. Cook

    74'
  • 29. P. Billing

  • 7. D. Brooks

  • 24. N. Ofoborh

  • 14. S. Surridge

Substitutes

  • 23. M. Travers

  • 4. D. Gosling

    74'
  • 26. G. Kilkenny

  • 8. J. Lerma

    62'
  • 32. J. Anthony

  • 9. D. Solanke

    83'
  • 13. W. Hennessey

  • 34. M. Kelly Yellow Card

  • 15. J. Schlupp

    60'
  • 45. R. Inniss

  • 33. J. Jach

  • 0. S. Woods

    61'
  • 25. E. Eze

  • 4. L. Milivojević

  • 0. N. Kirby

    70'
  • 7. M. Meyer

  • 23. M. Batshuayi

Substitutes

  • 19. S. Henderson

  • 12. M. Sakho

    61'
  • 27. T. Mitchell

  • 10. A. Townsend

    70'
  • 22. J. McCarthy

  • 40. B. Pierrick

  • 9. J. Ayew

    60'

Live Match Stats

AFC Bournemouth AFC Bournemouth
Crystal Palace Crystal Palace
10
Corners
2
3
Shots On Target
1
61
Possession
39
0
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
15
Shots Off Target
3
124
Attacks
77
79
Dangerous
43

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AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

    AFC Bournemouth 0 - 0 Crystal Palace - Match Report

    Date published: 9/16/2020 1:11:46 PM

    AFC Bournemouth 0 - 0 Crystal Palace - Match Report

    Bournemouth knock out Crystal Palace after extraordinary penalty shoot-out

    Bournemouth goalkeeper Asmir Begovic went from zero to hero in the space of a minute to help defeat Crystal Palace 11-10 on penalties in the Carabao Cup second round.

    After a goalless 90 minutes at the Vitality Stadium, the back-up stopper saw his effort from 12-yards denied by Wayne Hennessey in a marathon shoot-out.

    It was the first miss out of 21 penalties but, after Hennessey blazed over the crossbar, Palace captain Luka Milivojevic failed with his penalty and it saw Roy Hodgson’s men crash out at this stage for the second year in a row.

    Jason Tindall will therefore get the chance to pit his wits against Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola on September 22 after the draw for the third round was made earlier this month.

    Jeffrey Schlupp was the only Palace player to retain his spot in the starting XI from Saturday and Bournemouth made 10 changes from their win over Blackburn.

    Hodgson handed a full debut to summer signing Ebere Eze while Chelsea loanee Michy Batshuayi led the line, but it was youngster Nya Kirby who went closest for the visitors when he tested Begovic after 21 minutes.

    Kirby, like Jaroslaw Jach, was also making his first competitive appearance for the Eagles on the south coast with several first-teamers left at home due to this weekend’s league fixture at Manchester United.

    The Cherries enjoyed the better of the first half and should have taken the lead in the 32nd minute but Sam Surridge was adjudged to be offside after he slotted past Hennessey.

    It was a let-off for Palace and they had another six minutes later when Surridge combined with David Brooks only for the Welsh international to volley wide while off balance.

    Bournemouth went close again with 56 played, but Sam Woods slid in on Surridge before the defender blocked Jack Stacey’s effort.

    Hennessey was called upon not long after but was equal to a firm strike by right wing-back Stacey and Palace had turned to some of their big guns by this point.

    Schlupp and Woods were replaced by Jordan Ayew and Mamadou Sakho, who was back on the pitch for the first time in two months after a hamstring injury.

    Andros Townsend joined them on the field for the visitors with 20 minutes left and, while the intensity of the Premier League side improved, they still struggled to create chances.

    Brooks had been one of the game’s best performers and he found Nnamdi Ofoborh inside the area in the 85th minute, but the debutant sliced wide from a promising position.

    Ofoborh was one of two Bournemouth academy graduates handed a run out by Tindall, with the other Jordan Zemura and both caught the eye in a back five which was able to shut out the Eagles and force penalties.

    After 20 successful spot-kicks out of 20, Cherries goalkeeper Begovic was denied by opposite number Hennessey, but the Wales stopper blazed his effort over when he had the chance to win it for Palace.

    It would prove costly with Brooks scoring for a second time and Milivojevic denied by Begovic to set up a third-round tie at holders City.

    Lineups

    Crystal Palace

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 13. W. Hennessey

    • 34. M. Kelly Yellow Card

    • 15. J. Schlupp

      60'
    • 45. R. Inniss

    • 33. J. Jach

    • 0. S. Woods

      61'
    • 25. E. Eze

    • 4. L. Milivojević

    • 0. N. Kirby

      70'
    • 7. M. Meyer

    • 23. M. Batshuayi

    Substitutes

    • 19. S. Henderson

    • 12. M. Sakho

      61'
    • 27. T. Mitchell

    • 10. A. Townsend

      70'
    • 22. J. McCarthy

    • 40. B. Pierrick

    • 9. J. Ayew

      60'