Bournemouth vs Southampton

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Bournemouth will make a late decision on midfielder Junior Stanislas ahead of Sunday’s Premier League match against Southampton.

Stanislas has been out since the end of October with a groin problem, but has resumed some training.

Defenders Brad Smith (hip) and Tyrone Mings (back) continue their rehabilitation.

Provisional squad: Begovic, S Cook, Francis, Ake, Daniels, Arter, Pugh, Surman, Ibe, King, Wilson, Boruc, Gosling, Afobe, A Smith, Fraser, L Cook, Defoe, Stanislas.

Striker Shane Long will face a late fitness test ahead of Southampton’s Premier League trip to Bournemouth for Sunday’s south coast derby.

Long has picked up a calf problem and missed training on Friday, and is due to be assessed again on Saturday.

Cedric Soares will definitely miss out after suffering a hamstring problem in Saints’ 2-1 loss at Manchester City on Wednesday.

Provisional squad: Forster, McCarthy, Taylor, Hoedt, Stephens, Yoshida, Van Dijk, Bertrand, Gardos, Pied, McQueen, Romeu, Lemina, Hojbjerg, Ward-Prowse, Davis, Boufal, Tadic, Redmond, Austin, Long, Gabbiadini.

Peru vs New Zealand

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New Zealand will play for a World Cup berth when they meet on Wednesday in the intercontinental playoff second leg. The first leg, last week in the home of the Kiwis, finished 0-0. And now things turn to Peru, as Los Incas aim to make it to the World Cup for the first time since 1982 and New Zealand tries to get back for the first time since 2010.

New Zealand in the second leg of their inter-confederation playoff tie, and a win in front of a wild and rowdy Lima crowd would send them to Russia in 2018.

Peru have been one of the more fun stories in international football over the last year, running off a three-game winning streak at a vital moment late in CONMEBOL’s group qualifying process, putting them in position to capitalize on Chile’s late swoon and pip the playoff qualifying spot.

They beat Uruguay, Bolivia, and Ecuador before pulling out dramatic draws against Argentina and Colombia — and arguably were the better team in both matches — to get here, and then played New Zealand to an absolute standstill halfway across the world in the first leg. They’re ready to grab that brass ring and advance to the World Cup, but they have to win on Wednesday to do it.

But New Zealand can’t be counted out. They can’t boast the same form as Peru — they’ve lost five of their last nine matches with just one win in that span — but they’re still a talented team and must be treated seriously lest they create a huge shock. This tie is still very much up for grabs, and it’s going to be a lot of fun watching it unfold.