Bournemouth will gain from their back to back annihilations to pioneers Chelsea and second put Tottenham Hotspur and are sure of a solid end to their Premier League battle, winger Marc Pugh has said.
Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth, who are sixteenth in the group, have slipped among the assignment undermined sides after a 4-0 crush at Spurs on Saturday extended they are winless raced to four amusements.
Pugh, nonetheless, is sure the group can come back to winning ways when they have nineteenth set Middlesbrough on Saturday.
“One week from now we have Middlesbrough at home, that is a huge amusement, and three focuses would support our season,” Pugh told the club site.
“We’ll chip away at what we fouled up and after that attempt to amend that to put in a high free-streaming execution.
“We need to play in the Premier League next season, so we have to turn up and be the better group against Middlesbrough.”
Bournemouth’s last five group installations are against adversaries from the base portion of the table.
Pugh thinks playing against the top sides has been a learning knowledge for his side.
“Against Liverpool, we got an extraordinary point, we merited it at last with our work-rate,” Pugh included.
“Against Chelsea and Tottenham, we were up against the two best groups in the association who move the ball well and with the assaulting dangers that they have that is the place we need to get to.”
Bournemouth, who are seven focuses off the drop zone, have gotten 35 focuses so far this battle, seven shys of their last season’s count.