Manager Eddie Howe has revealed the latest injury news for Bournemouth ahead of their fixture against Tottenham Hotspurs on Saturday, May 4 at Vitality Stadium.
The Cherries will be looking to make some late calls on several players as it will look to be a selection headache for Howe as he has up to ten players who are on the sidelines.
He said: "We've got a few knocks and will be making some late calls ahead of the game.
"Dan Gosling (calf), Adam Smith (knee) and Dominic Solanke (hamstring) all have problems, so we'll have to see how they are nearer the game."
Nathaniel Clyne is also understood to need a late fitness test ahead of the game, having been suffering from cramp.
Meanwhile, Bournemouth have six other players who are ruled out with long-term injuries.
That includes Andrew Surman, who pulled a calf in training last month and has not featured since, Lewis Cook, Simon Francis, Junior Stanislas, and Charlie Daniels, who are all out with knee injuries, and Diego Rico, who is currently sidelined with an ankle ligament injury.
According to premierinjuries.com, Clyne is the most likely to play of the four players needing a late fitness test, with Gosling, Solanke and Smith all rated at 50-50 for the game.