CHERRIES boss Eddie Howe revealed Ryan Fraser’s hamstring injury was likely to keep him out tomorrow’s home clash with Leicester City (3pm).

The 24-year-old, who has scored two goals in five games for the Dorset club this season, sustained the problem on international duty with Scotland.

Winger Fraser played 90 minutes of his country’s 4-0 defeat to Belgium at Hampden Park before being left out of Monday’s 2-0 UEFA Nations League victory over Albania.

Howe said: “Ryan had a hamstring problem so has been working with our medical team since he returned here.”

Full-back Charlie Daniels also remains doubtful with a knee problem, having missed the 2-0 defeat at Chelsea last time out.

“Charlie has had a niggle. He picked up a knee problem and we haven’t seen him during the international break,” said Howe.

Junior Stanislas and Kyle Taylor are both back in training following respective knee and muscular problems but are not set to feature against the Foxes.

“We’ve been working hard,” added the Cherries boss.

“We gave the lads a break in the first week but since they returned they’ve worked really well, we’ve made a good use of the break.”