MANAGER Jason Tindall is set to make a late call on the fitness of Dan Gosling ahead of Cherries’ Championship home clash with Millwall tomorrow (7.45pm).

The midfielder picked up what the Cherries boss described as a “slight little injury” against Oldham in the 4-1 FA Cup victory on Saturday.

Midfielder Gosling wore the captain's armband for the contest but was replaced by Diego Rico at the break.

Giving an update on his squad ahead of the league battle with the Lions, Tindall said: “Thankfully we have pretty much got everybody fit.

“Dan Gosling is one we will just assess but it shouldn’t really be too much of a concern for us.”

Visitors Millwall are currently 17th in the league table, having picked up seven points from their past four league fixtures.

Asked about Gary Rowett’s side, Tindall replied: “They have had some good results against some of the better sides, so to speak in the division – in terms of league standings.

“I’m sure they will come here, look to defend, look to get a lot of bodies behind the ball and make it as difficult as possible for us.

“It’s down to us to take the game to Millwall, like we do everyone and it’s down to us to break down whatever they throw at us and hopefully we can do that.”