A revert to the (1)3-4-2-1 is possible for The Cherries, as they face slowly improving Newcastle Town away in gameweek 28. Bournemouth should start with Begovic in goal. Ake, Francis and Cook could make up the defensive back three. Gosling and Cook should partner up in central midfield again as they have done for the majority of the season. King is likely to retain his place as the number 10 alongside Stanislas in this Bournemouth side. Fraser and Daniels are likely to be moved up to their more attacking wing-back roles, which is looking like a potential defensive option for FPL managers. Callum Wilson will play as the striker, who appears nailed on for now, and a seemingly promising third striker option. Mings, Defoe and Afobe are ruled out.
Cook – Francis – Ake
Fraser – Cook – Gosling – Daniels
King – Stanislas