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 By Will Kent

Stanislas' goal leads Bournemouth to milestone top-half finish

Bournemouth ended the 2016-17 campaign in decent fashion with a 1-1 draw against last season's champions Leicester City at their own ground. The Cherries' away form has been mediocre at best this season, but the point secured at the King Power stadium earned them a place in the Premier League's top 10. It might be insignificant to the rest of the division, but to Eddie Howe and his team it's another standout moment in the club's growing history.

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Apart from securing a top-10 finish, seeing...

 By Will Kent

Jack Wilshere leads list of Cherries players looking to impress at Spurs

Despite a recent defeat to league leaders Chelsea, Bournemouth still remain in a decent run of results and a victory over Tottenham is definitely achievable. The Cherries admittedly struggle in matches away from the Vitality Stadium, but with Josh King in such impressive form, the south coast club have a good chance against any side. Manager Eddie Howe said it's likely to be one of the toughest games of the season, but if King is firing properly, they should be aiming for three points.

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 By Liam Grace

Harry Arter, Jack Wilshere impress but Bournemouth fall short vs. Chelsea

Bournemouth were in a strong position to cause an upset against league leaders Chelsea after picking up points at Manchester United and Liverpool away from home in their last five Premier League fixtures. However, it simply wasn't to be for Eddie Howe's men on a sunny south coast afternoon.

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Harry Arter and Jack Wilshere were simply class in the centre of midfield. They completed 90 and 68 passes respectively compared to N'Golo Kante's 52, and saw more of the ball than the Premier League...

 By Will Kent

Josh King, Ryan Fraser vital in Bournemouth's quest for points

The three points claimed against West Ham will almost surely propel the Cherries to another victory against Swansea this weekend. Bournemouth demolished the Swans 3-0 last time the sides met, and with home advantage now in their favour, Eddie Howe should be confident of claiming another win.

The Cherries will rely on the in-form Josh King to fire them to victory again. He's become revitalised playing in a more attacking role, and claims his improvement is down to his enjoyment playing under pressure....

 By Will Kent

Boruc, Bournemouth clumsily throw away points at West Brom

It was another defeat for Bournemouth and the south coast side have now picked up just two points since their victory over Swansea on Dec. 31. The Cherries remain a comfortable five points above the drop zone but they still need a few more wins before confirming their Premier League status for next season. However, it's difficult to see where the next three points are going to come from as performances of late have been very poor.  

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 By PA Sport

Ryan Fraser signs new contract with Bournemouth through to 2020

Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser has signed a new three-and-a-half-year deal with the Premier League club.

Fraser, 22, joined the Cherries from Aberdeen four years ago and was part of the team which won promotion from League One in 2012-13 and to the Premier League three years later.

Fraser has scored three goals across his 13 league appearances this season after spending last term on loan at Ipswich.