SCOTT Parker is set to make a late call on whether or not to include Gary Cahill for tomorrow's visit of Coventry City.

The veteran centre-back took a whack to the ribs as he blocked a Benik Afobe shot during Wednesday night's 1-1 draw with Millwall.

While Cahill played the full contest at The Den, his participation in tomorrow's clash with the Sky Blues remains in doubt.

Boss Parker told BBC Radio Solent: "He got a bang late on in the game (at Millwall), got through that.

"He's in a bit of pain at the moment. We'll make a late call on that and see exactly where he is.

"I'm hoping that he'll be all right for tomorrow."

Cherries are without a host of players due to injury at present.

Giving an update on those who missed the draw with Millwall, Parker said: "It's been a bit of a disappointing 10 days in terms of the injuries.

"At the moment it's a bit of a busy treatment room really. We're having to adapt to that.

"Lloyd (Kelly) is probably ahead of Jordan (Zemura). Lloyd is progressing well to be fair, so I am hoping that it is not too far away we will be seeing Lloyd back.

"Jordan is a little bit longer than that. He's a few weeks away from being with us.

"Adam Smith is progressing well. He's a little bit stop-start but I feel like he's probably getting through that side of it so hopefully in the coming weeks he'll be back as well for us."

Discussing Robbie Brady and Ben Pearson, Parker added: "They both had a grade one issues. Grade ones are always between seven to 14 days really.

"So we're just in that tricky situation where we are obviously a little bit desperate and a bit light, but at the same time I don't want to put the players at risk or cause bigger issues really.

"We're just treading carefully around that while also having to take a bit of risk as well.

"We're just going to have to manage that and see what we're going to do there."