Eddie Howe believes Bournemouth will bounce back after poor start to season

Eddie Howe believes Bournemouth will bounce back after poor start to season

Eddie Howe believes Bournemouth will bounce back after poor start to season

Brighton will be looking forward to their away trip to the Vitality Stadium along the south coast, as they seek for back-to-back victories in the Premier League.

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He added: "When you get that first win, everything goes right for you".

"I'm very relieved by the win, I think that's the overriding emotion". With the way that we play, if you're playing pressurised, it's not going to work for us.

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"Historically we've always been very very good with the ball, very confident, and we haven't quite seen that". But I thought we coped with it well. The message at half-time was to try and maintain that and we hoped the door would open. Jermain Defoe has scored only one goal in his last 17 Premier League appearances, in Sunderland's 2-0 victory at Hull City on 6 May.Defoe could feature against a 39th different club in the Premier League.

"He [Ibe] is such a talented footballer and we're hoping Jordon explodes to show the player he can be", Howe said.

"We see it every day in training, he can beat people in really tight areas as he did that for the two goals". I hope that it's the kick-start and confidence boost he needs. That's probably the most important thing for me at this moment'. Bournemouth's need for incision was evident as Anthony Knockaert hit the game's first chance wide from 25 yards, with the hosts' domination of possession only resulting in long-range half-chances for Josh King and Marc Pugh. The latter two sides were relegated.The Cherries are in danger of losing five successive Premier League games for the first time.Bournemouth have won just five of their 23 league fixtures in 2017 (D7, L11). But if we're in a situation where we need to put him in from the off, then there's no doubt he's ready now. Every team in the Premier League would say that, it's so hard to achieve it.

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