AARON Ramsdale is confident Cherries can cap a perfect week with victory at St Mary's.

The goalkeeper played an important role in the club's 3-1 victory over Everton on Sunday and is expected to keep his place for tomorrow's short journey to Southampton.

And he believes if Cherries can produce a similar display to the one which saw off the Toffees, they can triumph again.

Ramsdale told the Daily Echo: "It could be two wins in a week and hopefully we can do that going to St Mary's and beating Southampton.

"But they're a good team. They won 1-0 on Saturday at a tough place to go in Sheffield United. But for us, if we play like we did on Sunday, I think we can get a result."

Cherries are set to take a big following up the M27 with Eddie Howe's men seeking a second away win of the campaign after the 2-1 victory at Aston Villa last month, whilst bouncing back from defeat to Leicester in their last game on the road.

"We've heard them (the fans) away from home in the past two games and they were a bit longer trips," said Ramsdale.

"It's only down the road so hopefully we can fill out that away allocation and we can really make some noise."