Preview: Leyton Orient v AFC Bournemouth
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe is expecting a positive reaction from his side when the Cherries visit Leyton Orient this afternoon.
The Dorset club have lost their last three League One games, and have dropped to seventh in the league table.
Orient have also struggled of late, having lost two and drawn one of their last three games.
Howe expects a tough test at The Matchroom Stadium against a competitive opponent.
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"It's another tough test for us and it's always a difficult place to go" said Howe.
"They have good players and are always competitive. They still have a chance of making the playoffs so it is set to be a good game.
"We need to show a reaction from the defeats like we have in the past. We are still in a really good position in the league and nothing is decided."
The Cherries have already beaten Orient once this season, with a 2-0 win at The Goldsands Stadium.
Harry Arter will miss this afternoon's game through suspension, while Marc Pugh is hoping to recover from a neck injury.
"We have confidence and belief and we need everyone to be pulling in the right direction" said Howe.
"I know we have a lot of supporters making the trip and we will need them to really help the lads."