Railwaymen boss eyes three points
Bournemouth have a huge list of injury and suspension absentees but a transfer embargo - enforced after the club entered administration - prevents them from drafting in back-up. The cash-strapped Cherries look like having just 13 available professionals for Saturday's game at Gresty Road. Gradi said: "Bournemouth are doing very well. They are playing above their position because they are still in trouble financially and they are down on numbers. I believe he (Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe) is having to play some of his kids. "I can't believe Bournemouth's kids are going to be better than our kids. Maybe he has a good crop but we have a record for producing good players which Bournemouth can't match. "But it will still be a tough game. I know they won't lie down and die for us - we'll have to do some work."
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