Eddie Howe expects Cherries to remain positive at Huddersfield Town
AFC Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe expects the Cherries to maintain their positive style when they visit Huddersfield in the SkyBet Championship this afternoon.
Bournemouth were outplayed in their last away game at Watford - but recorded an impressive win over FA Cup winners Wigan Athletic last Saturday.
"We always approach every game trying to win it, whether we are playing at home or away" explained Howe.
"We may set up differently and play a different way but the principles are still the same - you want to find a way to win.
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"I think every away point is going to be really hard earned. We are going to go to some difficult grounds and Huddersfield is going to be a very difficult game for us."
The Terriers narrowly escaped relegation from the Championship last season - with manager Mark Robins strengthening his squad over the summer.
Josh McQuoid is set to return to the Cherries line-up, while Matt Ritchie and Charlie Daniels are expected to miss out.
"They are a very good side and stayed in the league last year after promotion - which was probably their key aim and they achieved that" added Howe.
"They improved their squad in the summer so it will be a tough test for us.
"They are a year ahead of us, but, hopefully we can match their achievements."