ANDONI Iraola says he “will have to” make changes to his side for tomorrow’s visit of Crystal Palace.

Just three days on from defeating Everton, Cherries are back in action at Vitality Stadium, against Oliver Glasner's Eagles (7.45pm).

And given the quick turnaround, Iraola is set to shuffle his pack, with a handful of players unavailable.

Luis Sinisterra and Marcos Senesi (both hamstring) are still out, while Ryan Fredericks (calf) also remains unavailable. A late call will be made on the fitness of Ryan Christie, who missed the win over the Toffees with a cut on his knee.

“Most of the times in these cases, it's not a matter of what I want to do, it's a matter of what I can do,” said Iraola, when asked if he would make changes to his team.

“Players have very short time to recover between these two games, and we are coming from a physical game.

“So I don't think we will play with the same starting XI. For sure we will have to make some changes, but it's something that I haven't decided yet.

“(Senesi) is not far. It's true that he may start doing some things with the group (this week).

“But we are talking about two or three days (between games).

“It's impossible to recover. You don't have rhythm with one or two trainings.”

Tyler Adams and Lloyd Kelly featured on Saturday after recent injury issues of their own.

Adams played a full 90 minutes for the first time in more than a year. Asked if the American would be able to start again so soon, Iraola said: “It is demanding. But I'm sure I'm going to ask him and he will say ‘I’m good to go again’.

“Then we have to take the decision. Not my decision, not his decision, there is a medical team. There are more coaches involved.

“And we will see also the tactics we need. Against Everton I decided to play him so many minutes because it was a kind of a good game for him.

“I think we needed what he gives us for this game and we'll see what we decide against Palace.”

Kelly came off the bench against Everton for his first appearance in six weeks and provided an assist for Dominic Solanke to score.

“It is a difficult one,” Iraola said, when asked if the defender would be ready for a start.

“On Saturday he played 30 minutes, which is a good amount.

“He trained one week. It's not a lot. But we will have to talk to him and the medical department also and take the decisions from there.”