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AFC Bournemouth is not a Premier League household name, but the club is slowly earning respect in England’s top division. Formed in 1890 as Boscombe St. John’s Institute F.C., the club rebranded itself in 1899 as Boscombe F.C. In 1923, the team changed to Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic F.C., before settling on its current name in 1972. Most of Bournemouth’s success has come in the Second Division, where they won the title in 2014-15 to earn promotion to the Premiership for the first time. [+]

Bournemouth are proving they are no one-season wonder and expect a long and fruitful Premier League journey. They play slick, appealing football and are led by one of the younger, brilliant minds of the sport, Eddie Howe. 

Bournemouth, or the Cherries as they’re also known, have won third and fourth tier championships as well as the Southern League title. They also captured the League Football Trophy during the 1983-84 season. Bournemouth has played its home matches at Dean Court since 1910  — a stadium with a capacity of just over 11,400.

Ron Eyre, who played with Bournemouth from 1924 to 1933, is the franchise’s leader in all-time league scoring with 202 goals. Ted MacDougall holds the record for most goals scored in a single season with 42 during the 1970-71 Division Four campaign.

Steve Fletcher played for Bournemouth from 1992 to 2007 and remains the club’s all-time leader in appearances, with 493.

Bournemouth Betting Lines Today

A key ingredient in any betting strategy is betting lines. Check frequently to see where the current lines for Bournemouth’s next game are, and evaluate which bet suits the lines best. 

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Bournemouth Scores & Schedule

The game schedule is a lethal weapon for any bettor. You can find fragile points in the season and capitalize on them. Check for stints where Bournemouth play at home against weaker opponents. 

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July 2019 (4)
Tue 16 Wimbledon 2 - 3 Bournemouth +580 -357
Sat 20 Bournemouth 1 - 2 Girona +124 +201
Fri 26 Bournemouth 0 - 0 West Bromwich +207 +123
Sat 27 Bournemouth 3 - 1 Brentford +184 +130
August 2019 (7)
Fri 2 Lazio 4 - 3 Bournemouth -125 +299
Sat 3 Lyon 0 - 3 Bournemouth -106 +252
Sat 10 MD1 Sheffield United 1 - 1 Bournemouth +301 +100
Sat 17 MD2 Bournemouth 2 - 1 Aston Villa +215 +131
Sun 25 MD3 Manchester City 3 - 1 Bournemouth -588 +1569
Wed 28 Forest Green 0 - 0 Bournemouth +1472 -588
Sat 31 MD4 Bournemouth 1 - 3 Leicester +442 -145
September 2019 (4)
Sun 15 MD5 Everton 1 - 3 Bournemouth +125 +237
Fri 20 MD6 Bournemouth 3 - 1 Southampton +248 +119
Wed 25 Bournemouth 0 - 2 Burton -137 +370
Sat 28 MD7 West Ham 2 - 2 Bournemouth +189 +144
October 2019 (3)
Sun 6 MD8 Bournemouth 0 - 1 Arsenal +685 -263
Sat 19 MD9 Norwich 0 - 0 Bournemouth +341 -128
Sat 26 MD10 Bournemouth 0 - 0 Watford +220 +133
November 2019 (4)
Sat 2 MD11 Man Utd 0 - 1 Bournemouth +111 +266
Sat 9 MD12 Bournemouth 1 - 2 Newcastle +188 +164
Sat 23 MD13 Wolverhampton 2 - 1 Bournemouth +158 +213
Sat 30 MD14 Bournemouth 10:00 Tottenham +710 -263
December 2019 (6)
Tue 3 MD15 Bournemouth 14:30 Crystal Palace +233 +115
Sat 7 MD16 Liverpool 10:00 Bournemouth
Sat 14 MD17 Bournemouth 10:00 Chelsea
Sat 21 MD18 Burnley 10:00 Bournemouth
Thu 26 MD19 Arsenal 10:00 Bournemouth
Sat 28 MD20 Bournemouth 07:30 Brighton
January 2020 (4)
Wed 1 MD21 Bournemouth 12:30 West Ham
Sun 12 MD22 Watford 09:00 Bournemouth
Sat 18 MD23 Bournemouth 10:00 Norwich
Tue 21 MD24 Brighton 14:30 Bournemouth
February 2020 (4)
Sat 1 MD25 Aston Villa 10:00 Bournemouth
Sat 8 MD26 Bournemouth 10:00 Sheffield United
Sat 22 MD27 Bournemouth 10:00 Burnley
Sat 29 MD28 Chelsea 10:00 Bournemouth
March 2020 (3)
Sat 7 MD29 Bournemouth 10:00 Liverpool
Sat 14 MD30 Crystal Palace 11:00 Bournemouth
Sat 21 MD31 Bournemouth 11:00 Wolverhampton
April 2020 (4)
Sat 4 MD32 Newcastle 10:00 Bournemouth
Sat 11 MD33 Bournemouth 10:00 Man Utd
Sat 18 MD34 Tottenham 10:00 Bournemouth
Sat 25 MD35 Leicester 10:00 Bournemouth
May 2020 (3)
Sat 2 MD36 Bournemouth 10:00 Manchester City
Sat 9 MD37 Southampton 10:00 Bournemouth
Sun 17 MD38 Bournemouth 10:00 Everton

Bournemouth Standings Right Now

Bournemouth still aren’t guranteed Premier League status and will have to fight tooth and nail in the coming seasons to ensurey they don’t go back from whence they came. 

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1 Liverpool Liverpool 37 13 12 1 0 30 11 19
2 Leicester Leicester 29 13 9 2 2 31 8 23
3 Manchester City Manchester City 28 13 9 1 3 37 14 23
4 Chelsea Chelsea 26 13 8 2 3 28 19 9
5 Wolverhampton Wolverhampton 19 13 4 7 2 18 16 2
6 Sheffield United Sheffield United 18 13 4 6 3 16 12 4
7 Burnley Burnley 18 13 5 3 5 20 18 2
8 Arsenal Arsenal 18 13 4 6 3 18 19 -1
9 Manchester United Manchester United 17 13 4 5 4 19 15 4
10 Tottenham Tottenham 17 13 4 5 4 21 19 2
11 Bournemouth Bournemouth 16 13 4 4 5 16 17 -1
12 Brighton Brighton 15 13 4 3 6 15 19 -4
13 Crystal Palace Crystal Palace 15 13 4 3 6 11 18 -7
14 Newcastle Newcastle 15 13 4 3 6 11 20 -9
15 Aston Villa Aston Villa 14 13 4 2 7 19 20 -1
16 Everton Everton 14 13 4 2 7 13 20 -7
17 West Ham West Ham 13 13 3 4 6 16 23 -7
18 Norwich Norwich 10 13 3 1 9 13 28 -15
19 Southampton Southampton 9 13 2 3 8 13 31 -18
20 Watford Watford 8 13 1 5 7 8 26 -18

How To Win At Bournemouth Betting

Bovada had Bournemouth among the favorites to be relegated with a line of +275 prior to the 2016-17 season. But the Cherries staved off any relegation concerns and will play their third consecutive season in England’s top division. You’d have to think, by the last two seasons as reference, that Bournemouth should have enough to stay in the Premier League. 

But they will certainly be in tough, and nothing is guaranteed in one of the most competitive leagues in any sport. Bournemouth, with 46 points, finished in the top half of the standings for the first time in history, a remarkable achievement for such a small club. 

The Cherreis weren’t measurably better at home or away. They were solid and consistent no matter where the games were being played, a testament to the way Howe prepares his team. Bournemouth aren’t afraid to play an expansive style of play, evinced by their 55 goals. However, Howe must try find some balance in future campaigns, as Bournemouth conceded 67 goals, the fifth most in the top flight. 

If this kind of trend continues, look to back the over market no matter where the game is being played. Bournemouth play an attractive, offensive game but are often split wide open at the back. This is great for bettors, who can make predictions without really scratching the surface. 

If Bournemouth can keep their team intact, they have a good chance to remain in the top half of the table in coming seasons. Callum Wilson, the Cherries talisman, missed a large chunk of the 2016-17 season through injury and will be sitting on pins and needles with anticipation for the coming season. If he can stay healthy, the one-two punch of him and Joshua King should guide this team farther and farther away from relegation danger.