KEY frontman Chris Wood has been rated as "touch and go" for Burnley as they prepare to welcome Cherries to Turf Moor on Saturday (3pm).

The New Zealand international limped out of last weekend's victory at Southampton with a hamstring injury.

And Clarets boss Dyche is set to make a late call on whether the 28-year-old can feature this weekend.

Should he miss out, Saturday's match-winner Matej Vydra, who scored against Cherries last season, looks set to take Wood's spot after coming off the bench to score at St Mary's.

Fellow striker Ashley Barnes, who netted twice in last season's 4-0 success against Eddie Howe's men, is still absent after a hernia operation.

Matt Lowton also remains on the sidelines with the right-back struggling to shake off a knee problem, with Phil Bardsley again set to deputise.

But there could be one returnee to the Burnley squad.

Dyche confirmed today that Icelandic midfielder Johann Berg Gudmundsson is back in contention after recovering from a hamstring injury.

The 29-year-old has not featured since Burnley's 4-2 win over Peterborough United in the FA Cup on January 4 and has made just seven top-flight appearances this season.