AFC Bournemouth v Bolton Wanderers: Preview

AFC Bournemouth take on Bolton Wanderers at the Goldsands Stadium tomorrow at 3pm Photo: ITV News Meridian

AFC Bournemouth will be looking to bounce back from last weekend's away defeat at Leicester City as they take on Bolton Wanderers at the Goldsands Stadium on Saturday afternoon (3pm).

Eddie Howe's side have took an impressive 12 points from a possible 18 available at home this season, a record that sees them lie in 11th place.

Howe could hand a debut to new signing Lee Camp, who joined on a 28-day loan deal from West Bromwich Albion.

The former England under-21 goalkeeper signs after injuries to Darryl Flahavan and Stephen Henderson and to provide competition for Ryan Allsop between the sticks.

Allsop has been criticized lately following a string of below-par performances. The most recent came last weekend against Leicester City as Allsop's hesitancy allowed Jamie Vardy to net the Foxes' winner in a 2-1 defeat.

Camp started his career at Derby County before a string of loan spells at Burton Albion, Norwich City and Queens Park Rangers.

After joining Nottingham Forest in 2008, he cemented his place as number one at the City Ground and was named in the 2009/10 Championship team of the season.

At the beginning of 2013, he earned himself a move to Premier League Norwich City, where he made three appearances in the top flight.

The 29-year-old has made eight appearances for Northern Ireland and has been acting as cover for Ben Foster and Boaz Myhill at West Brom this season.

Dougie Freedman's Bolton side have endured contrasting fortunes to Bournemouth this season, picking up only one win from thirteen league games.

Those three points came on their last away trip at the expense of Birmingham City thanks to goals from Jermaine Beckford and Neil Danns.

Bolton finished seventh last season, narrowly missing out on the play-offs by way of goal difference to Blackpool.

Eight new signings over the summer promised high ambitions for the Trotters this term but they have failed to prove fruitful as of yet.

The Cherries should be warned of a turning point in their season on Saturday as Bolton try and lift themselves to 17th, while Bournemouth could move up to 8th and continue their press for the play-offs.