Bournemouth are third in the league. They are in good form in 4 wins in their last 5 league games. They can win today at home with Peterborough last place in the standings, a team with 16 losses in the past 18 road games.
On Saturday, Scott Parker's students surprisingly lost to Preston (12th place), 1-2, ending a series of 4 consecutive championship victories. However, the data recorded so far shows that Bournemouth is one of the most consistent teams in the Championship, having the second attack in the competition with 52 goals scored. The best defense, with 29 goals conceded, tied with Fulham. Let's also note that on its own field it is solid, with an average of 2 points per stage.
Peterborough have lost 16 of the 18 away league games that they have played this season (W1 D1). They are the joint-lowest scoring team in the Championship, along with Barnsley, with just 24 goals scored in the 34 league games that they have played this season and they have also conceded more goals than any other team in the league, with 69 goals against. Peterborough come into this game on the back of 5 consecutive defeats in all competitions and a run of 8 competitive games without a win (D1 L7). Bournemouth have won 4 of their last 6 competitive games (L2). They have won their last 2 home league games and are currently third top of the Championship.
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