Harry Arter has a foot in both camps ahead of the Cherries trip to Brunton Park. Having been loaned out at Carlisle United, Harry Arter will have to sit out of the Carlisle United side that faces AFC Bournemouth. Speaking ahead of the League One match at Brunton Park, Arter is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "It would have been very awkward for me. I am part of the Bournemouth team and want to see them do well, while Carlisle showed faith by taking me on loan. It was a bonus for a League One team to come in for me. It has been up and down so far. There was the high of scoring after coming off the bench at Brighton and then the low when they went straight down the other end and got the winner. I played quite well at Peterborough but we lost 6-0. Although it has been mixed, I have definitely got a lot out of it. I feel a lot sharper and have worked hard in training. I feel I could give a better account of myself than maybe I did a couple of weeks ago. Hopefully, Bradders will want me back at the end of the month and tell me there is more of a chance for me. I feel I am more than ready to come in and do a job. I want to help us get over the finishing line".