HEAD coach Jonathan Woodgate insisted Cherries would be keeping a keen eye on their play-off rivals while taking care of their own fixtures during the final two league games of the season.

The Dorset club know they will meet either Brentford, Barnsley or Swansea in the first leg of the Championship play-off semi-finals on May 17.

Before then, they visit Wycombe tomorrow and host Stoke in their final league game of the campaign.

Barnsley head to Preston North End tomorrow, while Brentford are at home to Watford.

Swansea host struggling Derby County, with Woodgate confirming Cherries will have someone present to analyse all three of their rivals’ contests.

Asked how it would work regarding gaining increased information on play-off rivals, Woodgate told the Daily Echo: “We do that anyway. Scouts will be going to watch every single game from now on.

“They will go and watch Swansea, Barnsley and Brentford. They will watch all their games coming up.

“We will watch numerous games coming up and we will watch games we haven’t seen because you need to prepare the best possible.

“We prepared for Brentford. Okay, there’s things we can improve on that game.

“When we played Swansea we beat them 3-0, we can still improve on certain aspects of our own game – likewise against Barnsley.”