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After a strong start in the Championship, Scott Parker was left stunned as Bournemouth shipped six goals against Norwich City in the EFL Cup second round.
Despite making several changes to his starting lineup, a Cherries side which Parker would have felt good enough to gain a result at Carrow Road wilted during the second half.
Parker will attempt to use the manner of the setback as motivation going forward, but it was clear that some players are off the pace as far as being in contention for a league spot is concerned.
With Arnaut Danjuma having departed for Villarreal, there is an increasing reliance on the likes of David Brooks and Dominic Solanke in the final third.
When taking into account that a two-goal lead was conceded against Blackpool last weekend, Bournemouth have now let in eight strikes without reply.
Despite remaining as an unused substitute last time out, Tom Huddlestone will surely come into contention for his first start of the campaign.
Although Steve Cook came through 90 minutes against Norwich in the EFL Cup, Parker may decide to give the centre-back more time to regain full fitness.
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Emiliano Marcondes should return to the midfield with Junior Stanislas having been ruled out with a hamstring injury.
Hull City possible starting lineup:
Ingram; Coyle, Bernard, Greaves, Elder; Smith, Smallwood; Longman, Docherty, Lewis-Potter; Magennis
Bournemouth possible starting lineup:
Travers; Mepham, Rossi, Kelly, Zemura; Marcondes, Kilkenny, Billing; Brooks, Solanke, Anthony