- Bournemouth end run of nine-straight away defeats
- Wilson scores on return from injury
- Huddersfield sits bottom of the table
Bournemouth finally ended their horrendous run away from home in the Premier League as they beat Huddersfield Town 2-0 at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday.
The win moves Bournemouth on to 37 points, while Huddersfield have 14 points and stay bottom of the table.
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Bournemouth started the game well but Huddersfield looked dangerous from set piece situations.
Fraser then played in Wilson on the right but his shot across goal was saved by Jonas Lossl.
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That same Bournemouth duo then combined to put them ahead as David Brooks started the attack, Fraser broke free down the left and then sent a cross to the back post which Wilson, on his return from injury, chested home. 1-0.
The game was tight before half time as Bournemouth eased off the accelerator, with Huddersfield hanging in there.
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Bournemouth then sealed the win as Josh King held the ball superbly and played it to Wilson who brilliantly found Fraser to tap home and make it 2-0.
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Bournemouth had several chances to extend their lead and although Huddersfield were a threat on the break, it was another defeat for the Terriers as their time in the PL is coming to an end.