Callum Wilson could miss Bournemouth's Premier League clash against Chelsea but there is better news concerning Dominic Solanke.
Wilson is set to have a late fitness test to see if he can play in Wednesday's game after picking up a knee injury during the closing stages of the Cherries' 2-0 victory over West Ham United.
Solanke, who Eddie Howe signed from Liverpool earlier this month, is making good progress from his hamstring problem and may feature against Maurizio Sarri's team.
Howe said of Wilson: "Callum is going to be a doubt for the game. It's a knee problem but we're going to wait and see. We're going to give him all the time he needs to try to get fit for this game.
"Dominic has done well. He's been back on the grass with us and I've been pleased with his progress. I think I said he would be ready in February when he first signed. We will wait and see whether that's going to be any earlier."
Meanwhile, Howe has confirmed that Tyrone Mings could be set to leave the club before the transfer window shuts on Thursday with Championship sides West Brom and Aston Villa keen to sign the player.
Bournemouth are 19/4 to beat Chelsea on Wednesday and 18/1 to win the match from behind while Wilson is 9/4 to score at any time in the game.
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