Bournemouth have offered free coach travel to supporters for their rearranged final Premier League game of the season at Manchester United.
The match was called off after a bomb scare on Sunday and rescheduled for Tuesday, leaving visiting fans facing a 500-mile round trip twice in three days.
United have offered a refund to all fans inconvenienced as a well as free ticket for Tuesday, and now Bournemouth have said they will also step in to ease the financial burden on supporters.
A statement from the club read: “AFC Bournemouth will offer supporters free coach travel to the Cherries’ rearranged fixture against Manchester United on Tuesday, May 17 (8pm kick off). Supporters with a valid match ticket will be eligible for free travel.”