Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Arter is one player I do like to see run out on Wednesday

I was a bit shocked as many others would have been not to see Harry Arter run out against Blackpool. Training can be a harsh environment when players are desperate to impress the coaching staff. But on Wednesday I will be hoping that Harry Arter has recovered sufficiently to take back his place in the team. It is not that the players that have come into the side played poorly against Blackpool, but AFCB will need to be very resilient in midfield against a Blackburn side that will press and stretch play as much as they can at Ewood Park.
Arter will be the first name I'll be looking for on the team sheet.
Harry Arter has an ability to cover ground quickly and block shots without opposition players realising how quick he can be. His determination to hound and put players under pressure is what creates time and space for others and his passing is often at the centre of setting up chances and picking up the tempo when the Cherries are going forward.

It is probable that Arter will team up with Eunan O'Kane and Andrew Surman again as Bournemouth look to thwart Blackburn. The three together have built up a great understanding and are only going to get better if they can keep playing in the same side. While the goals have been slow to come for the three of them, there are signs that they are all trying to get more shots off in recent games.

How about slotting in another brace Harry?
The game Blackburn match will be a battle and if Bournemouth are to get at least something from the game a warrior spirit will be required. So if Arter is fit enough I believe he should play.

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