Our prediction for this Premier League match:
AFC Bournemouth suffered a 2-0 defeat to title-chasing Arsenal at the weekend, but with the team heading into the final stretch of the season five points clear of the relegation zone, Eddie Howe and his men can be delighted with their achievements this term. The match against the Gunners, however, did show a differnce in class between the two sides and while this is probably the perfect time to be facing out-of-sorts Stoke City, we do not expect the Cherries to return to winning ways next weekend. The Potters have been utterly disappointing of late, losing four of last five matches on all fronts, failing to score in each of those defeats, but, given the quality of players Mark Hughes has at his disposal, it is only a matter of time before they returned to the right track. With Stoke boasting a 4-4-5 away record in the league, we are backing them to earn a valuable point on the road.
Highlighted Team (Stoke City):
Stoke City FC (named Stoke FC until 1925) is an English football club from the city Stoke-on-Trent (located in the north of England). De club was founded in the year 1863 and next to Notts County FC the club from Stoke is the oldest professional football club worldwide. Different signs of Stoke City show that the club is founded in 1868. Currently Stoke City is playing in the Premier League. The home games of Stoke City are hosted in the Britannia Stadium which holds a capacity for 29 000 spectators.
The most known nickname of Stoke City FC is the Potters. The main club colors of the club are red and white. The away it is colored in blue. The only 3 prizes Stoke City managed to win so far are the League Cup in 1972 and the Football League Trophy twice (1992 and 2000). Famous players that played for Stoke City FC are: Ameobi, Gudjohnsen and Peter Crouch.