Dyche's front two haven't been given the best service. Pugh is found in space on the left-hand side, before sliding a pass into King. Bournemouth hold onto the ball on the edge of the box, bouncing it between their front four, before Pugh musters up a poor effort that heads straight down Heaton's throat. The crowd applaud, as their side have looked quite neat in flashes.
Dyche's men made it a tight contest, but Howe's men were deserving of the three points in the end. That's all that we have time for, we hope to see you again next time! Ward sums up his afternoon, with the Irishman miscontrolling the ball straight out of play for a throw in. The home fans cheer. Ibe breaks down the right for the hosts, stretching his legs well, before a set-back from the ex-Liverpool winger is directed too far behind two of his teammates. Burnley are looking to try and create an opportunity for themselves at the death, with Howe feverishly ordering his players around from his technical area. He wants to see a home win in their final game of the campaign at the Vitality Stadium. There are five minutes of stoppage time.
His second touch, however, escapes him and allows for Heaton to gather. Bournemouth are still hunting for this second goal, with Pugh the latest man to see a shot blocked. Vokes tries to escape on the break, but Fraser tracks back to do just enough to put the Wales international off his stride. Bournemouth counter down the other end, with Pugh marauding down the left and curling a great cross into the six-yard box, but nobody is on hand to apply a finishing touch. King uses his pace and strength to burst into the penalty area from the left-hand side, after Long fails to show the Norwegian away from goal, but a shot from him is deflected wide.
Burnley threaten down the other end, but a clipped pass to the right byline from Gray is too heavy. Mousset is replaced as a result of that injury problem, with Fraser introduced. King will be leading the line now for the Cherries. The hosts are camped on the edge of the opposition penalty, with Burnley having no way out as of yet.
King is found racing in behind Tarkowski, but the Norwegian winger was penalised for pushing the Burnley defender in the back. Vokes is then picked out by a ball over the top, which he attempts to bring down using his forehead, but the linesman has his flag raised for offside. The visitors' direct approach hasn't come off so far. The offside flag has been up a couple of times so far, with high lines ensuring that all of the four strikers on the field have struggled to get in behind without incurring the wrath of the linesman. Bournemouth continue to see the bulk of possession, but mistakes in midfield are common for both the Cherries and Burnley. Hendrick spins well in midfield to escape the clutches of two players, but an attempted throughball from the Irishman is cut out neatly by S.
Mousset goes down with an injury problem, and requires some treatment, with the French striker appearing to be suffering from a bit of cramp. All of the players use the stoppage to grab a drink. King tries to scramble his way into the penalty area, but Tarkowski comes across brilliantly to get his body in between his man and the ball. Good defending from the ex-Brentford centre-back! Bournemouth are dominating this second half, but the final ball continues to escape them. Less than half an hour remains for the home side to force a second goal.
He has the chance to slot a finish beyond an exposed Boruc, but can't make telling contact. Howe won't be pleased with how deep his side are playing at times, as it is forcing the Cherries to go long a little more often than they'd like. Tarkowski and Long aren't getting turned enough, with Ward showing what can happen if Bournemouth manage to get in behind in the build-up to the game's opening goal. Daniels cuts in from the left-hand side, before unleashing a powerful effort from around 25 yards out, but his effort sails over the crossbar. Narrowly over five minutes remain in the first half, with Burnley doing well to come back into this contest a little since Stanislas' opener. Over the top from Vokes! The former Wolves striker gets the slightest sight of goal from the edge of the penalty box, after holding Mousset off well using his strength, but a half volley from the Welshman is sliced harmlessly behind for a goal kick.
AFC Bournemouth v Burnley Live Commentary & Result, 13/5/17, Premier LeagueFULL-TIME! Bournemouth close out a hard-fought 2-1 win in their final Premier League home game of the season, with Burnley unable to hold onto the point which would have confirmed their survival. Goals from Stanislas and King were enough for the hosts, with the second coming just a minute after a fantastic late equaliser from Vokes.
Bournemouth start the second half with some patient possession, with this game having a definite pre-season feel to it. Howe's men immediately look to put a ball in behind Ward, with it clearly a weakness that the Cherries are seeking to exploit. Barnes is replaced by Gray at the half-time break for Burnley. He will offer a bit more pace up top. We are back underway in the second half! Bournemouth will be hoping to kick on and pick up three points to aid their quest for a top-half finish, with Burnley looking for consecutive away wins in the Premier League for the first time this season. HALF-TIME! Bournemouth hold a narrow 1-0 lead heading into the break, with Stanislas' goal against his former club the difference. Boruc has only had one save to make, with Heaton asked to pick the ball out of his own net but little else.
Cook. Bournemouth head up the other end, but Ward is the man required to step out and make an interception for the visitors. The quality hasn't been there in the final third for either team. This game is lacking any kind of tempo, with it clear that both of these sides will be safe from relegation come the end of the campaign. Mousset tries to wriggle away from Long, forcing the Burnley defender to clip his heels together to stop a bursting run, and that's the first time that the Frenchman has got the wrong side of his markers. Bournemouth continue to move the ball around and manipulate their opposition.
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Burnley win their first corner of the game, but a good delivery from Brady from the right-hand side is headed over by Vokes! The visiting striker appeared to be impeded a little by Long, with the two not communicating well enough there. Encouraging signs in these late stages for the Clarets. Stanislas curls a good ball in behind for Fraser to chase, but the substitute is caught a yard or two offside. Burnley search down the other end for an opening, after a great cross from the left by Gudmundsson! His delivery is scrambled away, before Hendrick gets onto the loose ball on the edge of the box and hammers it into a ruck of bodies.
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Cook providing the pass. Ward didn't track his man whatsover, with the Bournemouth winger allowed to drift infield and slot the ball into the bottom corner. Stanislas tries to pick out King with a dipping cross from wide on the right-hand side, but the ex-Manchester United youngster cannot quite stretch enough to get near it. He raises a thumb to thank his teammate for the delivery, but Heaton escapes without being tested once again. Stanislas is doing very well against his former club.
There is a brief stoppage in play, as Arter goes down feeling an injury problem, but he will be okay to continue. Bournemouth turn possession over in the midfield third, with Stanislas finding Smith on the overlap down the right, but Arfield tracks back nicely to help out his full-back and make an interception.
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Good block from Francis! Arfield and Barnes link up brilliantly on the edge of the penalty area, resulting in a tee up from the latter. The Canadian international shoots, but the Bournemouth defender gets in the way. Moments later, Arfield shoots wide once again, after finding himself in a pocket of space on the edge of the box. Brilliant play from Burnley! The away side move the ball nicely in the final third, with Boyd then released into the penalty box by a delicately weighted pass. He tries to cut back a cross from the byline, but Francis slides in to make a vital intervention.
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The resulting set piece falls to L. Cook on the edge of the box, but his long-range effort bouncing once before heading straight into Heaton's grasp. Stanislas is found in space on the right-hand side of the penalty area, after a good pass from King, but the opening goalscorer can only wrap his foot around the ball to guide it a long way wide of the target.
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Howe's men are playing with real confidence now, with Burnley struggling to get a foothold in this contest. Heaton hasn't had anything to do aside from pick the ball out of his own net this afternoon, with Burnley having a mountain to climb if they want to turn this around. Their away form is poor generally, let alone needing to come from a goal behind. Bournemouth press on immediately after the restart. A good diagonal pass from Lewis Cook allows Stanislas to get in behind Burnley's left-back. GOOOOOOOAL! STANISLAS MAKES IT 1-0! Brilliant finish against his former club! The Englishman is found striding into the penalty area, with L.
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