CHERRIES have learned the rearranged date of their Premier League fixture against Luton Town, which was abandoned in December.

During the second half of the contest at Vitality Stadium, the game was called off after Hatters skipper Tom Lockyer suffered a cardiac arrest and collapsed to the turf.

After lengthy treatment by medical staff on the pitch, the Wales international was taken to hospital, where he remained for a few days to undergo tests before being sent home.

The game was 1-1 at the time, Dominic Solanke cancelling out an Elijah Adebayo opener.

But the whole fixture will be played again in its entirety, starting at 0-0, with the date set for Wednesday, March 13 (7.30pm kick-off). The game will not be televised live in the UK.

For Cherries, that game comes four days after hosting Sheffield United. They are currently then scheduled to go to Wolverhampton Wanderers on March 16, but that could be moved should either Cherries or Wolves reach the FA Cup quarter-finals, scheduled to be played that weekend.