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  1. Bournemouth lost just two of last 12 home league games
  2. Jamie Vardy returns from suspension for Leicester

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By Tim Oscroft

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  1. Bournemouth 4-2 Leicester

    So Bournemouth go fifth while Leicester drop to ninth in the table. Thanks for looking in!

  2. Post update

    Bournemouth 4-2 Leicester

    Mark Mitchener

    BBC Sport at Vitality Stadium

    Bournemouth were briefly on target to match their biggest win of last season - a 4-0 home success against Huddersfield - before conceding those two goals in quick succession.

    Their record Premier League win was a 6-1 success against Hull in October 2016. In defence for the Tigers that day? Harry Maguire.


    Bournemouth 4-2 Leicester

    Bournemouth claim an excellent win despite a nervy last few minutes!

    Bournemouth 4-2 Leicester City
  4. CLOSE!

    Bournemouth 4-2 Leicester

    Nerves in the stands as Ben Chilwell breaks through and pulls a shot wide across the face of goal.

  5. GOAL - Bournemouth 4-2 Leicester

    Marc Albrighton


    Iheanacho swings the ball in from the right, and Marc Albrighton nips in ahead of Simon Francis to nod the ball in!

    Five minutes to come - surely not the mother of all comebacks?

  6. GOAL

    Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester

    James Maddison sends Asmir Begovic the wrong way - the keeper goes left - and gets a consolation goal.

    James Maddison scores

    Bournemouth 4-0 Leicester

    Diego Rico clatters Ricardo Pereira to give the Foxes a late penalty.


    Bournemouth 4-0 Leicester

    Jamie Vardy's race is run, and Jonny Evans comes on.

    The hosts also make a change - Joshua King off, Lys Mousset on.

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    SMS Message: I think this is the beginning of the end for Claude Puel. No doubt his first sentence in his post match interview will be, "I thought we played well......". from Mark from Leicester
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    Claude Puel
  10. GOAL - Bournemouth 4-0 Leicester

    Adam Smith

    Ryan Fraser wriggles to the bye line, pulls it back to the edge of the box and Adam Smith marks his 100th Premier League appearance with an excellent low first-time finish.

  11. Two changes of armband

    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    Mark Mitchener

    BBC Sport at Vitality Stadium

    It's not often you see both teams change their skipper within a minute or two of each other.

    Club captain Simon Francis' introduction off the bench means Steve Cook gives him the armband straight away - while Wes Morgan's dismissal means Kasper Schmeichel is now leading the beleaguered Foxes.

  12. 'Bournemouth's movement superb'

    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    Alex Scott

    Ex-Arsenal Ladies & England international on Final Score

    Bournemouth should train with the SAS every week. They have been fantastic, their movement & counter attacking has been superb. When you look at the score line they deserve to be 3-0 up.


    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    Dan Gosling clips Jamie Vardy for a booking - file under 'taking one for the team'.

  14. 'Not a red for Morgan'

    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    Dion Dublin

    Ex-Aston Villa striker on Final Score

    Wes Morgan has been rattled today and given the runaround by Bournemouth's two strikers and the challenge is a show of 'I'm going to show you how strong I am'.

    There is no ruthlessness, he's gone 100% for the ball. I don't think it's a sending off, I really don't. I personally don't think it is a red.


    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    Jefferson Lerma is off, replaced by Lewis Cook.


    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester (Morgan sent off)

    Joshua King shrugs of a challeneg to poke the ball on target in the area, but Kasper Schmeichel makes an excellent save low to his left with his fingertips.


    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    And Kasper Schmeichel saw yellow for his protests to Craig Pawson. Despite that, Morgan gets a pat on the back from Claude Puel as he heads down the tunnel.

    Seconds later, Callum Wilson goes into the book for a late tackle.

    Kasper Schmeichel
  18. RED CARD - Wes Morgan

    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    The Foxes's skipper heads for the early bath after a lunging challenge on Dan Gosling earns him his second yellow card

    Wes Morgan

    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    David Brooks' day is done, the midfielder is replaced by Simon Francis - he goes to right back, Adam Smith shunts up into midfield.

  20. Post update

    Bournemouth 3-0 Leicester

    I've covered a few Bournemouth games of late, but have never reported on a Steve Cook goal as yet - and after the Cherries' captain pulls a long, low shot well wide, my wait goes on.