Swansea winger Jefferson Montero has been ruled out for a month after suffering a hamstring strain during the defeat by West Ham on Boxing Day.
However, defender Neil Taylor is available again for the Swans after recovering from a groin injury.
Bournemouth midfielder Marc Pugh remains out with a hamstring problem, while Lewis Cook is still sidelined.
On-loan defender Nathan Ake returns after being ineligible to face his parent club Chelsea in the last game.
John Roder: “It was a toxic atmosphere at the Liberty Stadium on Boxing Day as Swansea surrendered meekly to West Ham.
“The club whose unity has been admired for years has been ripped apart, losing their identity, although some of that will be recovered with Swans legend Alan Curtis now temporarily in charge.
“Bob Bradley was helped by his nationality to get the manager’s job, but he was wrongly damned by many simply for being from the USA.
“Bournemouth will be confident of putting their season back on track with a victory, and unless Curtis can work miracles in the space of just a few days, that’s probably what will happen.”
Swansea caretaker manager Alan Curtis: “It’s not just pointing the finger at the boys at the back. The whole team has to be more resilient.
“Set-pieces have been an Achilles heel for us for a long time and they have been a problem again in recent games. There’s no easy answer. We just have to keep working on it.”
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: “I think the team is fine, but we’ve made individual mistakes that have cost us.
“We need to get back to being more solid. Our inconsistency has been talked about internally.
“We’re playing some good teams, but looking at ourselves we need to do better.”
Swansea’s defensive problems are well known and Bournemouth will go to the Liberty Stadium and play their usual open game.
Alan Curtis will be in charge following Bradley’s exit and I always think that brings a reaction from the dressing room. It sounds daft when you consider how bad Swansea have been, but that is the reason I am going for them to win.
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