Eddie Howe will take charge of his 500th match as a manager when Bournemouth host Fulham on Saturday afternoon.
The 41-year-old has enjoyed two spells with the Cherries, starting in 2008, as well as short stint in charge of Burnley and has led Bournemouth to another season of top-flight football next term.
The hosts ended a three-game run without a win with a crushing 5-0 victory at Brighton last weekend, but Howe's men are without a win in their last four matches at the Vitality Stadium.
Howe has indicated that he could select from the same squad that faced the Seagulls, with Steve Cook coming through that match unscathed and no fresh injuries to report.
Meanwhile, Fulham head to the south coast having collected their first win since January in their previous fixture - a 2-0 home success over Everton.
The Cottagers will be without on loan defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah, who has returned to his parent club Manchester United having been told he will need to undergo knee ligament surgery.
Scott Parker has revealed Marcus Bettinelli is progressing well from injury, while Alfie Mawson is closing in on a return but Saturday's game will come too soon for the defender.
Bournemouth are unbeaten in their last eight meetings with Fulham, which includes a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage in October thanks to a brace from Callum Wilson and a goal from David Brooks.
Fulham will be looking for their second straight league win when they take on Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
In an incredible performance, Fulham picked up their win since January when they beat Everton 2-0. However, as they were doing that, Bournemouth embarrassed Brighton at the Amex winning away from home by five goals to nil.
With that in mind, we are clearly in for a good game despite there being little on the line.
Bournemouth are arguably in better form ahead of this game having won two games from five. The Cherries are safe for another season in the Premier League but will want to finish the season on a high.
With Fulham losing every game between their last win in January and their latest win over Everton, the Lilywhites will be deservedly playing Championship football next season.
However, with the team playing without any pressure, is it possible for them to take all three points back to London.
We certainly don’t think so with the recommendation backing the home side. A Bournemouth victory and both teams to score is currently priced at 9/5 which does feel like an attractive offer.
Bournemouth to win and both teams to score – 9/5 PaddyPower*
*prices correct at time of posting and are subject to change