Wednesday, 20 November 2013

Is Tokelo about to open his Goldsands goal account?

I should think that there were a lot of smiles on the journey back from Burnley last week after Tokelo's wonder goal. Eddie Howe mentioned how he wants him to score more tap ins and you could say there would be no place better to start doing that than at the Goldsands stadium this Saturday, but even if he does not score it is perhaps likely that he will have a good game as his confidence should be up. Tokelo's goal at Burnley proves that if you do sometimes take on the spectacular it can come off now and again, especially if you take the keeper by surprise.

The good thing is that Tokelo never lost his belief that he would score at some point and he got his reward. He kept shooting and was not afraid to miss. I think a few more of our front line need to try and get their shots off early, because most of the goals that Bournemouth have scored have come from instantaneous strikes like Pugh's goals against Forest and Leicester, plus Grabban's goal against Leeds and Arter's volley against Millwall.

Tokelo has not been getting on the end of as many chances as he would have liked at home and the team need to try and find him and Grabban in places where they do have a yard of space. We have seen Tokelo beat two or three players and run at goal, but if he only had one player to beat before having a shot against a keeper he surely would have a higher number of goals. I don't think Derby will come to defend as much as Bolton did and so it could be a good time for Tokelo to get his second goal for AFCB.  

What are the odds of Rantie scoring at Dean Court on Saturday?

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