After missing out on promotion last season, Bournemouth will be hoping to go a couple of steps further next season and secure their return to the top flight.
The one positive for the Cherries is the fact they aren’t a million miles away and came within three games of the Premier League last season, before being beaten by eventual play-off winners Brentford in the semi-final.
New manager Scott Parker also has play-off winning experience from his time with Fulham and if the club can keep Arnaut Danjuma and add a couple of players to their squad, they will be favourites for a top-six spot again this year.
However, Sheffield United, West Brom and Fulham will also be up there come the end of next season and they will need to be exceptional if they want to go one step further and gain automatic promotion.
Whilst we wait for Parker to add to his squad, with a goalkeeper at the top of the agenda after Asmir Begovic’s departure, we’re testing your knowledge on the club’s results in recent years.
There are 24 stadiums here – but what was the score when Bournemouth last visited them?
See how many you can get!