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                                                    Scott Malone (72 mins)
                                                    Marc Pugh (82 mins)

                                                    npower League 1 , Apr 9, 2012
                                                    Ground: Dean Court , Kickoff: 15:00 , Att 5,500

                                                    Team news

                                                    No Tubbs for Cherries Bournemouth will continue to be without Matt Tubbs for the visit of Huddersfield in npower League One.

                                                    The striker underwent an operation on his hamstring last week and, while the procedure was successful, the club's record signing has been ruled out for the remainder of the current campaign.

                                                    Caretaker manager Paul Groves will also be unable to call on defender Charlie Daniels, whose recovery from a broken bone in his foot is progressing well but the clash with the Terriers comes too soon for him to make his comeback.

                                                    Charlie Sheringham (foot) will remain sidelined for the rest of the term while Stephen Purches (double leg break) is targeting a return to fitness in January next year.

                                                    Huddersfield midfielder Tommy Miller could return to the Terriers' squad following a two-month injury lay-off.

                                                    Miller had a double hernia operation in early February and has missed the last 12 matches.

                                                    Manager Simon Grayson will still be without defender Jack Hunt, who sits out the second game of his two-match ban after reaching 10 bookings, so Calum Woods will continue at left-back, with Tom Clarke expected to resume on the right.

                                                    Grayson has no other new injury or suspension worries, but left-back Gary Naysmith (knee), plus midfield duo Oscar Gobern and Damien Johnson (both hamstring) remain sidelined.

                                                    Midfielder Scott Arfield and winger Gary Roberts are both pushing for recalls after stepping off the bench in the second half of Saturday's costly home defeat to promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday.

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                                                    Last modified 17:27 09/04/12

                                                    Cherries pick off tame Terriers Huddersfield's promotion hopes suffered another setback as Simon Grayson's men were beaten 2-0 at Bournemouth.

                                                    Two goals in the final 18 minutes from Scott Malone and Marc Pugh condemned the Terriers to a second defeat in four days to all but end their bid for a top-two finish.

                                                    Malone opened the scoring in the 72nd minute, tapping in from a yard out after Wes Thomas had fired across the face of goal.

                                                    Pugh sealed the points eight minutes from time with an excellent low finish past on-rushing Huddersfield goalkeeper Alex Smithies after being played in by Wes Fogden.

                                                    Bournemouth should have taken the lead during an amazing 50th-minute goalmouth scramble. Smithies did well to turn Pugh's free-kick on to the woodwork before Zavon Hines' follow-up shot was blocked on the goalline and Thomas then volleyed over from five yards with an open goal at his mercy.

                                                    Huddersfield's only meaningful chance came when home goalkeeper Darryl Flahavan pushed out Diego Arismendi's close-range header three minutes after half-time.

                                                    Team Line-ups

                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Substitution Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Rating
                                                    23 Darryl Flahavan
                                                    22 Scott Malone Goal
                                                    18 Simon Francis
                                                    3 Steve Cook
                                                    34 Miles Addison
                                                    7 Marc Pugh Goal
                                                    12 Wes Fogden
                                                    4 Shaun Cooper(sub 82)
                                                    15 Steven Gregory(sub 56)
                                                    9 Wesley Thomas
                                                    30 Zavon Hines(sub 85)
                                                    1 Shwan Jalal
                                                    40 Stephane Zubar
                                                    16 Shaun MacDonald(sub 56)
                                                    6 Joe Partington(sub 82)
                                                    14 Lyle Taylor(sub 85)
                                                    Player rating out of ten Player name Did they score? Player's disciplinary record Substitution Rating
                                                    1 Alex Smithies
                                                    12 Tom Clarke
                                                    2 Calum Woods
                                                    5 Peter Clarke
                                                    15 Sean Morrison
                                                    16 Scott Arfield
                                                    11 Daniel Ward(sub 63)
                                                    20 Diego Arismendi(sub 78)
                                                    22 Anton Robinson
                                                    9 Danny Cadamarteri(sub 62)
                                                    17 Jordan Rhodes
                                                    13 Ian Bennett
                                                    8 Antony Kay(sub 78)
                                                    4 Joey Gudjonsson
                                                    19 Alan Lee(sub 62)
                                                    7 Gary Roberts(sub 63)

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