In a sentence: Spurs head to the south coast feeling a little sick after seeing their Champions League hopes go up in smoke, but at least they know they have it in their own hands to have another crack at it next season with league form strong – for Bournemouth, safety is almost assured with a free-flowing game expected at the Vitality.
Last time: The Lilywhites came away from Bournemouth with a point after an uneventful draw at the Vitality in October 2016. More action is certainly expected this time.
This time: Bournemouth are 5/1 to win with Tottenham at 1/2 and the draw 10/3.
You might remember: In a 2015 Premier League clash, Spurs ran riot at the Vitality as a Harry Kane hat-trick was the basis of a 5-1 Lilywhites win. Moussa Dembele and Erik Lamela were the other two scorers for Spurs after Matt Ritchie had put the Cherries in the lead in the first minute.