The Cherries will hope Wilson can return to form after being dogged by injury in recent seasons
Saturday, November 11, 2017
After a disastrous start where they lost their first four games, life is looking a bit more rosey for Bournemouth as we approach a third of the way through the term.
Eddie Howe's men have improved, only conceding six goals in seven games since, but there is definitely more work to do.
League position: 17th (10 points)
Best game: Stoke 1-2 Bournemouth
Worst game: Arsenal 3-0 Bournemouth
Best player: Steve Cook
It has not been a sparkling season for Bournemouth, but they have looked more stable since their difficult start to the campaign.
Cook has led the improved defence and his last gasp winner at Newcastle could prove to be a turning point for his club.
Bournemouth are gradually gaining more top flight experience and they have have registered some hard fought wins already.
But they need more goals and the Cherries will hope Callum Wilson's return coupled with the signing of Jermain Defoe in the summer can help turn more results in their favour.