Goals from Wes Thomas and Michael Symes gave Bournemouth a routine victory against struggling Wycombe.
Thomas, whose loan move from Crawley was made permanent on Sunday, put the Cherries ahead when he fired home after a mix-up in the Wycombe penalty area.
Symes doubled Bournemouth's advantage, heading in from 15 yards after Marc Pugh's corner was not cleared.
The visitors created little apart from a Stuart Beavon header just after half-time which went over the crossbar.
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Bournemouth manager Lee Bradbury told BBC Radio Solent:
"It's nice to get a convincing home win and continue our away form.
"Two games in three days is a big ask of any team but we showed good levels of fitness and worked right to the end.
"For me the most disappointing thing is not winning the game 4-0. We had the chances to do so and we have got to kill teams off."