Bournemouth were beaten again last weekend.
Chelsea secured a big win last weekend.
In the first half, Bournemouth thought they’d taken the lead through Josh King but the goal was ruled out for a very debatable hand-ball by Philip Billing by VAR.
Early in the second half, Burnley took the lead but Harry Wilson equaliser but a hand-ball by Adam Smith was found by VAR in the build-up so the goal was ruled out and Burnley had a penalty.
That’s now back to back defeats for Bournemouth who had won back to back games before that. The Cherries have won only three of their 16 games since 2 November and remain just two points and two places above the drop zone.
They have won four of nine Premier League meetings with Chelsea including a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge in December.
Chelsea hosted Tottenham in a crucial match in the race for the top four with goals from Olivier Giroud and then Marcos Alonso saw them to a 2-1 win.
Frank Lampard’s Chelsea are the first team to beat a side managed by José Mourinho both home and away in a single league season. The Blues stay fourth, three clear of Manchester United and four above Spurs.
They look set to qualify for next season’s Champions League. Bayern Munich repeated the 2012 final which Chelsea won in Bavaria who were the side celebrating this time.
Three second half goals in 24 minutes saw Bayern leave the Bridge with a 3-0 lead.
Bournemouth team news
Aaron Ramsdale will continue in goal.
Nathan Aké missed the defeat at Burnley after suffering a concussion in training.
Jack Stacey, Simon Francis and Diego Rico will remain in the backline.
Chris Mepham, Lloyd Kelly and Charlie Daniels are all still injured.
Jefferson Lerma is back after suspension who will join Dan Gosling and Philip Billing in the centre.
Josh King will continue in his place on the left with Harry Wilson over on the right.
David Brooks and Arnaut Groeneveld are long-term injuries.
Callum Wilson will be looking to add to his eight goals this season.
Chelsea team news
Reece James is the first-choice right-back.
Marcos Alonso has more goals (17) and goal involvements (28) than any other defender in the Premier League since his debut for the club.
Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rüdiger are firmly first-choice ahead of Kurt Zouma and Fikayo Tomori.
N’Golo Kanté suffered an injury against Tottenham which means he’ll be out for three weeks.
Mason Mount could make up the midfield three alongside Jorginho and Mateo Kovačić.
Christian Pulisic and Callum Hudson-Odoi are both injured.
Olivier Giroud has been directly involved in 14 goals in his last 15 starts.