Bournemouth will be seeking a third successive victory in the Premier League when they make the journey to the West Midlands on Saturday to take on West Brom.
The newly-promoted Cherries recently bounced back from an eight-game winless streak to beat Chelsea 1-0 and Manchester United 2-1, which extended their unbeaten run to four outings.
Eddie Howe's side moved up to 14th in the standings and are now just four points behind the 13th-placed Baggies, who will be looking for their first win in four matches.
Albion were denied all three points at Anfield last time out as Divock Origi popped up with an equaliser for Liverpool deep into stoppage time to earn a 2-2 draw.
That was their third draw on the spin and Tony Pulis' team are now unbeaten in their last four encounters, having started the run with a 2-1 triumph over Arsenal.
In team news, Pulis has a nearly fully-fit squad at his disposal, with only goalkeeper Ben Foster on the sidelines with a knee ligament injury.
The Baggies boss does have one slight concern and will hand midfielder Stephane Sessegnon a late fitness test on a hamstring problem.
Howe is still without a number of key first-team players as none of Tommy Elphick (ankle), Tyrone Mings (knee), Christian Atsu (calf), Callum Wilson or Max Gradel (both knee ligaments) will return before the New Year.
Midfield duo Joshua King (hamstring) and Lee Tomlin (groin) will be assessed closer to kick-off at the Hawthorns.