The only real selection dilemma for manager Eddie Howe is which goalkeeper he will select as he looks to cause an cup upset and extend his side's unbeaten run to 17 games since he returned to the club.
Former Peterborough keeper Shwan Jalal played in their victories over Dagenham and Carlisle in the earlier rounds but has played second fiddle to the Cherries' current number one David James in npower League One.
If the 42-year-old is given the nod it will be his 59th appearance in the competition, three of which have come in finals themselves.
Three of the large Bournemouth squad returned back to the south coast from loan moves this week with Mark Molesley, Josh Wakefield and Wes Thomas all back in training having been at Plymouth, Dagenham and Blackpool respectively. While their arrivals boost Howe's options they are not expected to come into the side at the DW Stadium.
On the loan front striker Lee Barnard returned to parent club Southampton this week after the end of his 16-game stay with the Cherries while Brett Pitman made his loan move from Bristol City a permanent one on Thursday for an undisclosed fee.