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Bournemouth's Wilson coming back stronger than ever, says Francis

Bournemouth's Wilson coming back stronger than ever, says Francis

Undated, Oct 3 (REUTERS) Bournemouth captain Simon Francis has backed striker Callum Wilson to hit the ground running on his return from injury for the reserve squad on Wednesday.
Following a second serious knee injury in 15 months, Wilson is set to make a comeback in the club reserve side's Premier League Cup match against Norwich City at Vitality Stadium.

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