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Marsch's side will now be looking to improve their form at Elland Road, where they have lost eight games since the turn of the year, more than any other Premier League team. Two of those defeats have come in their last two home matches against Arsenal (0-1) and Fulham (2-3) towards the end of last month. However, Leeds' form on home soil against Bournemouth bodes well for Saturday's fixture, as they boast a 100% record against the Cherries at Elland Road, winning all six previous home meetings and scoring 14 goals in the process. Following the departure of Scott Parker at the end of August, Gary O'Neil made a bright start to his tenure as Bournemouth's interim boss, winning two and drawing four of his opening six Premier League games. However, the Cherries have since suffered three successive defeats, including the 3-2 home loss against Tottenham last weekend and they have subsequently slipped into the bottom half of the table.
O'Neil has since taken the positives from their recent dip in form and the 39-year-old will be keen to see his side turn their fortunes around before the World Cup break, with Saturday's trip to Leeds followed by back-to-back home encounters in the league and EFL Cup against Everton. However, success at Elland Road could prove challenging for Bournemouth as they have won only one of their last 12 meetings against Leeds – a comfortable 4-1 home victory back in March 2014 when both sides were competing in the Championship.
As for Bournemouth, goalkeeper Neto is set to miss the rest of this year with a thigh injury, so Mark Travers is expected to keep his place between the sticks. David Brooks (thigh) and Lloyd Kelly (ankle) are also sidelined, although the Cherries are hopeful that the latter can return before the World Cup. O'Neil used a 3-4-1-2 formation to match up with Spurs last weekend and he may decide to stick with this system against Leeds, with Marcus Tavernier and Jordan Zemura operating as wing-backs while Moore partners Dominic Solanke in attack. Leeds United possible starting lineup:Meslier; Kristensen, Koch, Cooper, Struijk; Adams, Roca; Harrison, Aaronson, Summerville; Rodrigo Bournemouth possible starting lineup:Travers; Smith, Mepham, Senesi; Tavernier, Cook, Lerma, Zemura; Billing; Solanke, Moore We say: Leeds United 2-1 Bournemouth Both teams have looked defensively vulnerable in recent weeks, with neither side keeping a clean sheet in their last five league games, so plenty of goalmouth action is to be expected at Elland Road.
Leeds United Premier League form: Bournemouth Premier League form: Team News Leeds winger Luis Sinisterra is ruled out until after the World Cup with a foot injury, while Stuart Dallas (leg), Adam Forshaw (ankle) and Archie Gray (foot) all remain sidelined. Liam Cooper, Tyler Adams and Rodrigo were all doubts heading into last weekend's game but the trio started at Anfield and they could retain their places in the first XI on Saturday. Summerville will be hoping to keep his place on the left flank, while Wilfried Gnonto – who turns 19 on Saturday and was handed his Premier League debut off the bench last weekend – will be in contention for another run-out for Marsch's side.
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Preview: Leeds vs. Bournemouth - prediction, team newsSports Mole previews Saturday's Premier League clash between Leeds United and Bournemouth, including predictions, team news and possible lineups. Leeds United and Bournemouth will both be aiming to steer themselves clear of the Premier League relegation zone when they lock horns at Elland Road on Saturday afternoon. The two teams head into this encounter off the back of contrasting results last weekend, with the Whites securing a famous win at Anfield, while the Cherries were beaten in a five-goal thriller at home against Tottenham Hotspur.