Tuesday, 3 December 2013

AFCB on a mission to attack QPR

The recent fall off in home points for the Cherries has added pressure for the need to gain points on the road. The table is really closing up at the bottom and despite AFCB's strong performances they have not been picking up the all important wins which now read 1 in 10. That is a stat that has seem the Cherries fall from eight place in the table to 17th. Something needs to change and the best way to earn yourself three points is to go and attack these teams in the Championship to get yourself in front.

Will Nico Yennaris will make an AFCB debut appearance against QPR? 

I expect another attacking line up against QPR as the Cherries look to up their goal count. Two goals in the last three games is not powerful enough to get you three points when you have also been conceding goals. Competition for places is something that AFCB need and with the forwards and central midfielders not scoring there is a need to get other players back fit. I keep hearing Eddie Howe say that McQuoid is on his way back, but he has not featured this season while it would also be good to know how close Coulibaly is to making a return. Nico Yennaris could also be used, otherwise why bring him in on loan? Eddie Howe needs some options or he will be left with the same choices and the team needs players to push each other.

In the last match, AFCB gave Brighton a good scrap in the first half but they did find it harder to keep that gong in the second half. I just hope that the team is not tiered, because they will be in for a tough game at QPR. We have seen though that QPR can be beaten and AFCB have to pick up points somewhere if they are not to be sucked into the relegation battle. The players attitude has been good, but we need to start seeing results now.

Safe travel for those going to the game tonight. I am on my way up for the day in London before the game, so hopefully I will have some good news to bring back tomorrow on the blog. If not, at least I get to see London's Christmas lights. UTCIAD!

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