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- FINAL SCORE: AFC Bournemouth 1 (Wilson 58) Nottingham Forest 2 (Assombalonga 67, Fryatt 72)
- AFC BOURNEMOUTH: Camp; Smith, Elphick, Cook, Daniels; Ritchie (Pugh, 76), Arter (Rantie, 80), O'Kane, Stanislas (Fraser, 76); Kermorgant, Wilson. Subs not used: Flahavan (g/k), Cargill, Harte, Gosling.
- NOTTINGHAM FOREST: Darlow; Lichaj, Hobbs, Mancienne, Fox (Hunt, h-t); Cohen; Burke, Reid (McLaughlin, 90), Antonio (Osborn, h-t); Fryatt, Assombalonga. Subs not used: de Vries (g/k), Harding, Paterson, Veldwijk.
- Eddie Howe's men suffer first defeat of the season
That's all for tonight folks. A disappointing defeat but not without positives. Roll on Saturday.
That was a result that seemed a million miles away at half-time. Particularly after Wilson opened the scoring, it looked like a Cherries win all the way. Shame about the chances that got away in the first half.
Non-league results: Poole Town 2 Cirencester Town 1
Wimborne Town 3 Sholing 0
Bashley 1 Cinderford Town 1
Bournemouth Poppies 2 Brockenhurst 2
The home fans are heading for the exits.
Four minutes of added time.
Assombalonga has a great chance to nmake it 3-1 but Camp is equal to the task.
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Fryatt booked for time-wasting.
You've got to hand it to Forest, they have defended much better in the second half.
Not long left now. Starting to get a bit frantic.
Reid tries to test Camp but his low effort lacks power.
Great work from Rantie to generate a bit of space on the edge of the area. The South African lays off to Pugh in space but the shot deflects into the side-netting.
Andy Reid chests the ball down and goes for the spectacular volley with his left boot, but it flies off-target.
Non-league update: Bournemouth Poppies 2 (Jacobs) Brockenhurst 2
On comes Tokelo Rantie for Harry Arter. Howe is going for broke.
Attendance tonight is 10,768.
On come Marc Pugh and Ryan Fraser. Off go Ritchie and Stanislas.
Non-league updates: Poole Town 2 (Whisken) Cirencester Town 1
Bashley 1 Cinderford Town 1 - hosts scored first but leveller came straight after.
There's still time, but Cherries have been knocked for six here. Forest were battered in the first half and now they lead. Simply amazing.
And Forest lead at Dean Court...
Another deep cross catches the hosts out, this time from sub Hunt, and Fryatt rises high to nod in at the far post. Ouch.
Wilson attempts to get Cherries back in front but can only fire wide at the near post.
Non-league updates: Bournemouth Poppies 1 Brockenhurst 2
Wimborne Town 3 (Davidson) Sholing 0
Out of nowhere, Forest have equalised. 1-1.
Skipper Tommy Elphick gives away a free-kick down the left flank and Andy Reid sends in a deep cross which Assombalonga heads low into the net. It looked like it might have taken a deflection because Camp was flat-footed.
Non-league update: Poole Town 1 (Roberts) Cirencester Town 1
Ritchie has been booked for time-wasting.
Ritchie sends in a delicious inswinger, Wilson flicks up in the air with his head, Kermorgant darts on to the loose ball and Wilson pounces as it drops.
A scruffy goal but no less than Cherries deserve.
Cherries take the lead and it's 1-0 at Dean Court!
More pressure from Cherries at the start of the second period. Still no goal as yet, though.
Non-league update: Wimborrne Town 2 (Webb) Sholing 0.
Double change for Forest at half-time. Jack Hunt is on for Danny Fox and is playing right-back, with Eric Lichaj switching to left-back. Elsewhere, Ben Osborn has replaced £1.5million winger Antonio.
The players are re-emerging for the second half.
Poor old stadium announcer Mike Botto is having an absolute nightmare on the PA. The patchy sound is doing him no favours.
It looked very much like Cherries targeted Forest left-back Danny Fox in the first half and they had a lot of joy. Stuart Pearce has got plenty to run through at the interval.
Non-league half-times: Poole Town 0 Cirencester Town 1
Wimborne Town 1 Sholing 0
Bashley 0 Cinderford Town 0
Bournemouth Poppies 1 Brockenhurst 1
Cherries had 11 corners in the opening 45 minutes. Forest had one. Cherries had 10 attempts at goal. Forest had one.
You can't fault Cherries. They are doing all the right things and should be ahead. With sharper finishing, they would be.
More terrific interplay between Smith and Wilson. The latter shows a lovely touch to feather into the path of Smith, but Darlow is out as quick as a flash to deny the defender from close in. Another corner.
Non-league update: Wimborne Town 1 (Griffin) Sholing 0.
Michail Antonio gets half a yard of space down the left and squeezes in a cross that Assombalonga sends off-target with his head. That’s about as good a chance as Forest have created.
Danny Fox has been yellow-carded.
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Non-league updates: Bournemouth Poppies 1 (Bassiriki) Brockenhurst 1
Poole Town 0 Cirencester Town 1
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Midfielder Chris Cohen halts Stanislas’ surging run with a tremendous sliding tackle on the edge of the box.
Adam Smith and Matt Ritchie have been excellent so far. Very lively. Both willing to run at defenders and try things. Great to watch.
We've not seen a great deal from Forest in an attacking sense so far.
Former Cherries striker Lewis Grabban has equalised for Norwich against Blackburn, following up after missing a penalty. 1-1.
Cherries have already had eight corners and we haven't even played 25 minutes.
Lovely flowing move. Stanislas plays the ball to Wilson, who releases Ritchie into the penalty area and the winger brings a good save out of Darlow. He possibly should have done better there. Good chance.
Visiting fans: 'You're only here for the Forest."
It's wave after wave at the moment. Plenty of corners.
Cherries have upped the ante.
Michael Mancienne is adjudged to have fouled Callum Wilson on the right side of the penalty area. The angle is tight but Ritchie’s lovely curling effort smacks off the far upright, before Harry Arter’s follow-up hits traffic. So close.
Non-league update: Bournemouth Poppies 0 Brockenhurst 1.
Smith darts down the right flank and plays a lovely one-two with Wilson, but the angle is against the full-back as he bursts into the area and Karl Darlow blocks his effort. From the resulting corner, Darlow gobbles up Eunan O’Kane’s speculative drive.
Forest really working hard to close the ball down in midfield at this early stage. Cherries have been forced backwards several times.
Cherries striker Josh McQuoid, currently on loan to Coventry, has put the Sky Blues 1-0 up at home to Barnsley in League One.
Cherries loanee Josh O'Hanlon has just had a goal ruled out for Poole Town against Cirencester Town at Tatnam.
A short corner from Stanislas arrives at the feet of Matt Ritchie via Charlie Daniels, but the wide man’s cross is headed wide by Steve Cook.
The amount of fluorescent boots in football really is getting out of hand. Ah well, let's crack on.
Here come the players. Cherries in their traditional red and black stripes, Forest in all white with a red trim.
We'll have non-league updates for you tonight as well. Southern and Wessex League games will be covered.
Both teams have made an unbeaten start to the Championship season and Forest’s £5.5million summer signing Assombalonga opened his account with a brace in the 2-2 draw against Bolton on Saturday.
There's been some drizzle on the playing surface in the last 15 minutes. Should put some zip in it.
This is Adam Smith's first start in a competitive Cherries game since he started in the final game of last season against Millwall.
Cherries have not lost a fixture against Nottingham Forest in seven years and the teams’ previous encounter at Dean Court in April saw Eddie Howe’s men romp to a 4-1 success.
Reliably informed that Forest are playing a 4-1-3-2 formation tonight, with Britt Assombalonga and Matty Fryatt supported by Chris Burke, Andy Reid and Michail Antonio.
Eddie Howe has made two changes for tonight’s game. Adam Smith has replaced Simon Francis, who is understood to have dropped out of the squad with a slight hamstring strain. The other switch sees Saturday’s goalscorer Junior Stanislas come in for his first league start in a Cherries shirt, with Marc Pugh making way.
Good evening and welcome to Dean Court for Cherries' clash with Nottingham Forest. Potentially, it's a belter.