Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter is a doubt to face Swansea after suffering an Achilles injury.
Winger Junior Stanislas will miss his third successive game because of a hamstring problem.
Swansea head coach Francesco Guidolin is still recovering from a chest infection so Alan Curtis will again take charge.
Leroy Fer could be recalled, having impressed as a substitute last week, and Jefferson Montero might return.
MOTD COMMENTATOR’S NOTES
Martin Fisher: “The champagne remains on ice but it shouldn’t be long before the bottles are being uncorked at Bournemouth and Swansea.
“Thirty-seven points has been enough to secure Premier League safety in each of the last four seasons and both of these clubs are within touching distance of that tally with nine games left.
“Survival was always Bournemouth’s primary goal; achieving it without having to compromise his footballing philosophies is a real triumph for Eddie Howe.
“Eyebrows were raised when Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins sacked Garry Monk in December but he recognised that the Swans were sinking. Between them, Francesco Guidolin and Alan Curtis have guided the club through choppy waters and the future looks bright again.”