Last Updated: Fri, 30 Nov 2012 08:49
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe will be forced into two changes to his in-form squad for the long FA Cup second round trip to Carlisle.
On-loan Southampton forward Lee Barnard has not been given permission by his parent club to feature having sat out the first round win while midfielder Harry Arter, a regular in the starting line-up, will miss out through suspension after picking up five yellow cards.
The Cherries' chief, who celebrated his 35th birthday on Thursday, could hand a start to Eunan O'Kane who has stepped off the bench on a regular basis but one player who is not available to fill the void left by Arter is Richard Hughes.
The 33-year-old midfielder had to be withdrawn just 10 minutes into his comeback game in midweek having been injured since last month. He came off as a precautionary measure after feeling a twinge in his hamstring. Stephane Zubar (thigh) is also out.
Bournemouth are unbeaten since Howe returned for a second spell in charge, having not tasted defeat in any of the 10 games in all competitions.
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