Jack Wilshere could be recalled to the Bournemouth side against Leicester after only being used as a substitute in Saturday’s defeat at Burnley.
Manager Eddie Howe has no fresh injury concerns for Tuesday’s game.
Danny Drinkwater is available for Leicester after completing a three-game suspension, but Danny Simpson serves a ban for collating five bookings.
Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel might return from a six-week lay-off with a broken hand.
Mark Scott: “While pleased with the character shown by his players once again at the weekend, Eddie Howe has warned Bournemouth can’t just become a team that plays well when chasing games.
“He was particularly disappointed that, despite knowing all about Burnley’s strengths, they didn’t counteract them better.
“We saw on Saturday just how devastating Leicester still are when allowed to play to their forte, with Jamie Vardy delivering a resounding reminder of his ability when given the right service as well.
“However, Bournemouth will be far less obliging than Manchester City and they were one of only three sides to remain unbeaten in the league against the Foxes last season.
“This may tell us a bit more about whether the old Leicester really are back.”
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: “Conceding goals hasn’t been a big issue but we’ve obviously let a few in during recent games.
“We need to ensure we’re a little more solid at the back. Leicester looked to have regained their swagger on Saturday.”
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