Solly March could return out wide for Albion today.

March missed the FA Cup semi-final defeat by Manchester City with a calf injury but has returned to training this week.

If deemed fit to start, he would appear to be competing with Alireza Jahanbakhsh for a place.

Otherwise, there do not seem too many section posers for Chris Hughton. Perhaps the biggest comes in attack where he must decide between ex-Bournemouth man Glenn Murray and Florin Andone, who scored against the Cherries in the FA Cup in January.

Bournemouth are without both recognised left-backs.

Charlie Daniels had already been ruled out for the rest of the season following knee surgery.

Diego Rico is also unavailable after sustaining an ankle injury during last weekend's 3-1 home defeat by Burnley.

Adam Smith, better known as a right-back, could be switched to deal with Anthony Knockaert.

Bournemouth's ex-Albion defender Steve Cook (groin) remains in rehabilitation, along with long-term absentees Andrew Surman (calf), Simon Francis and Lewis Cook (both knee).

Eddie Howe could opt to bring back Artur Boruc in goal ahead of Asmir Begovic.