Full time: Bournemouth 2-1 Manchester United

... And all that's happened is Jones giving away a really really stupid foul. Full time whistle goes and Bournemouth have another famous win.

Three minutes into the five added on here.

Phil Jones now entering the fray for the final few minutes to replace Paddy McNair.

United, needing a goal with minutes remaining, can't get out of their own half. Absolutely no danger of Bournemouth not winning this at the moment.

United are looking blunter and blunter as the minutes tick by.

Meanwhile in Germany, Javier Hernandez has just put the finishing touches to his hat-trick. That's 16 in 12 for the former Manchester United striker. James Wilson was on the scoresheet for Brighton earlier today too, as it happens...

United lift another searching ball into the box but Boruc is out confidently to claim. Louis van Gaal's side may be starting to run out of ideas.

Martial close! The Frenchman bursts in from the right and brilliantly shimmies through two Bournemouth players but loses his composure at the vital moment, lashing a wild effort over the bar.

United are turning the screw a bit more now with Pereria clipping a wonderful ball in towards the far post for Martial but the Frenchman can stretch far enough to bring it down.

Powell joins Martial up front and United have a chance to throw it into the box from a free kick. It falls for Carrick who smashes one on goal on the half volley but there is a swarm of Bournemouth shirts in front of him to make the block.

Change for United as Fellaini comes off for Nick Powell.

And another miss from Murray! United are asleep as a corner comes in and the former Crystal Palace man is free from yards out, but lifts his shot over the bar again! That one was a bit harder, mind.

What a miss from Murray! Abysmal defending from United again as Blind is sucked in towards the ball, leaving Murray free inside the box. He picks it up, easily cuts inside past McNair and with the goal at his mercy... slams a woeful effort over the bar! Huge let off for United.

Borthwick-Jackson tries to thread a ball down the left for Depay but it is intercepted by Smith who bounds forward before winning a foul off the young full back. Just over 20 minutes left in this contest.

King's afternoon is over, he looks to have suffered a hamstring problem and has been replaced by Glenn Murray.

I'm not sure where Borthwick-Jackson is at the moment but Bournemouth are venturing forward with ease down his side of the pitch. Another dangerous ball is pinged in from that side but McNair hoofs away.

Fellaini has another attempt! A corner falls invitingly for him inside the six yard area but again he can't get any real purchase on it and the block is made.

Wonderful from Memphis and Mata as they exchange passes into the box before the ball breaks to Fellaini. He winds up a shot but Arter throws himself in front of it to make a crucial block.

Depay gives away a careless foul and Richie can swing in a cross from out on the right. This time, however, Fellaini can get his noggin on it and clear.

Fellaini comes close to equalising again! Pereira does well again and cuts a cross into the Belgian but his effort is pretty much as Boruc who does well to parry it away.

King is almost away again, skipping past the challenge of Varela and standing a shot/cross up towards the far post but there is just too much height on it and it goes over.

Bournemouth lead again! It's one of the training ground as Matt Richie rolls the ball into the six yard area. King has slipped off his man pulls inside to calmly tap in from a couple of yards out. That's the fourth goal United have conceded from a set piece in four days.

Goal! Bournemouth 2-1 Manchester United (Josh King, 53)

Simon Francis picks the ball up on the half way line and is able to run straight through United into the box, testing De Gea with a stinging effort at the near post. Bournemouth have the corner.

Pereira lifts an inviting cross into the box for United that Martial reaches out to control. He can't bring it down and in doing that takes it out of the path of Fellaini.

It could be Bournemouth's turn for more injury woe now. Junior Stanislas is down at the minute and looks in some pain.

Sloppy start from United in this half as they make a mess out of a couple of clearances in their own half. When they do manage to get it up field, Mata and Pereira make a mess of a simple one-two out on the right.

And Bournemouth get us back underway for the second half.

HALF TIME: Bournemouth 0-0 Manchester United

McNair tries to dribble out from the back but he is quickly closed down by King who lifts an inviting ball in from the left. Matt Richie attacks it with a powerful header but he pounds it well wide of goal.

Two minutes of time added on.

We are moving into injury time at Dean Court, no sign of a third goal before half time at this rate.

Matt Richie is played in on the edge of the D, pinging an arrowed shot on goal but it's straight at De Gea who collects.

Bit of a nasty challenge from Andreas Pereira as his slides in on Stanislas at an awkward angle. The Bournemouth forward pulls the ball away in time and avoids the contact but the young United midfielder is rightfully booked for dangerous play.

Neat build up play from Mata and Depay sees Martial slipped in on the edge of the box. He backheels it through his markers legs before trying to dance his way into the six yard area and he nearly manages it with Bournemouth needing three or four defenders swarming to get the ball off him. Terrific foot work from the Frenchman.

Stanislas gets the better of Varela out on the right but Fellaini is well positioned to intercept and shift the ball onto Pereira. The Brazil Under-20 international tries to wiggle away from Gosling down the wing and eventually wins the free kick with the Bournemouth man all over him.

Josh King can beat anyone across the United backline for pace but on a few occasions now he has been unable to do anything with the ball after winning the race for it.

Andreas Pereira meanwhile has come onto replace the injured Lingard.

King's electric continues to cause problems. His clever run down the inside right is picked out and the former United forward comfortably beats McNair to it. His touch lets him down, however and the ball rolls out of play.

It's not good for Lingard, he heads straight down the tunnel.

What's this, more injury trouble for Manchester United? Jesse Lingard is down and gives a rueful look towards the bench as the physio helps him off the pitch.

By the way, Fellaini's goal was the most Fellaini goal you will ever see.

United are level! A wonderful ball finds Depay cutting in from the left. He chests it down and slightly scuffs his shot which is well saved again by Boruc. Fellaini follows it up, however, chesting the ball down and scrambling the ball across the line.

Goal! Bournemouth 1-1 Manchester United (Marouane Fellaini, 23)

Brilliant from De Gea! Surman threads an excellent ball through for Stanislas and the forward gets a bit of luck as it bounces off his heel and into his path. He beats Blind for pace and bursts into the box, but De Gea reads it perfectly, throwing his body across the ball cleanly.

Depay, who has had a neat and tidy first 20 minutes, beats his man out on the left and lifts a cross over to the far post. There is a cluster of players there trying to get their heads on it but Daniels is able to usher it away and wins a throw in for his side for his trouble.

Bournemouth aren't really helping themselves at the minute. Another sloppy pass out from the back is pounced upon by Lingard who cuts it inside to Fellaini. The big Belgian slips however and the home side retrieve the ball.

What a chance for Martial! Stanislas nearly turns from hero to zero, passing the ball back straight into the path of the Frenchman who only has Boruc to beat, but drags his effort wide.

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Stanislas takes it but this one floats well over David de Gea's cross bar.

Bournemouth pop the ball around nicely in the final third and a neat touch from King draws a foul from Blind. Bournemouth have a free kick about 30 yards out from goal.

Mata tries to slip a ball through for Martial down the inside left channel but it is over hit and runs out of play. That bright response after going behind has begun to fade a tad.

Bournemouth deal with it fairly comfortably but United have the ball back.

United have responded well, to be fair. A cross field ball is controlled instantly by Depay and plays it onto the onrushing Borthwick-Jackson. He tries to break into the box but it is intercepted for a corner.

What a save from Boruc! From the free kick, Depay swings a dangerous ball in that flicks off McNair and into the path of Fellaini. He hammers one on goal from point blank range but Boruc makes a superb block. McNair follows up the rebound with a looping header but the former Southampton goalkeeper leaps across his goal to palm his effort away. Remarkable start to this game.

Dean Court is bouncing and United are trying to dust themselves down. The ball is sprayed wide to Depay who beats Smith but is pulled down for his trouble. United free kick.

Bournemouth lead inside two minutes! That free kick resulted in a corner for the home side with Stanislas whipping it in. Maybe the wind catches it on its way, but his delivery floats over everyone and curls into the far corner!

Goal! Bournemouth 1-0 Manchester United (Junior Stanislas, 2)

Joshua King gives McNair something to think about early on, racing at the centre half who needs Varela to come and help him out. Moments later, King races down the flank and draws a foul out of the young full back. Free kick Bournemouth in a decent position out on the left.

And United get us off and running at Dean Court.

Not long until kick off, now. Both teams are out on the pitch. A week after their remarkable win over Chelsea, can the Cherries claim another famous scalp?

Varela and Borthwick-Jackson - who was thrown in at the deep end when Matteo Darmian limped off - performed admirably against Wolfsburg on Wednesday, but that was also with the presence of Chris Smalling in between them. The United centre half is absent this evening with Paddy McNair stepping into his place.

Should Manchester United be worried this evening? In addition to their vastly inexperienced back four, things look slightly limp further up the pitch. Maroaune Fellaini partners Michael Carrick in midfield, a position where he has struggled throughout the season.

Varela - McNair - Blind - Borthwick-Jackson. United's backline has looked pretty ravaged at times during Louis van Gaal's reign in charge but this is perhaps as desperate as it ever has been. Matteo Darmian, Antonio Valencia, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Luke Shaw are all sidelined, perhaps the only alternative available is Ashley Young at full-back. The England international settles for spot on the bench, however.

BREAKING: Artuur Boruc starts in goal while Joshua King leads the attack against his former club. Danny Pugh settles for a spot on the bench after returning from injury.

Bournemouth team to face United: Boruc, Smith, Cook, Francis, Daniels, Ritchie, Surman, Arter, Gosling, Stanislas, King

Subs: Federici, Distin, O'Kane, Pugh, Rantie, Kermorgant, Murray

BREAKING: Guillermo Varela, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Paddy McNair start in an unfamiliar United back line this evening. Morgan Schneiderlin is only fit enough for the bench.

United team to face Bournemouth: De Gea; Varela, McNair, Blind, Borthwick-Jackson; Carrick, Fellaini; Lingard, Mata, Memphis; Martial

Subs: Romero, Jones, Tuanzebe, Young, Schneiderlin, Pereira, Powell.

There was little for Louis van Gaal to smile about at his press conference on Friday.

It is not so good because we have eight injured players because Darmian and also Smalling we can add to this list and Schweinsteiger is also suspended so that's nine players who are not able to play.

"Schneiderlin is coming back that's not a problem but we have a list of eight players injured and Rojo has been operated on this week and it takes a long time. These injuries are very heavy – [Luke] Shaw and [Antonio] Valencia have also been operated and that's our problem.

For the home side, Marc Pugh and Adam Federici have recovered from knocks, although Artur Boruc is expected to continue in goal. Some of Bournemouth's own injury woes have begun to subside with Lee Tomlin and Christian Atsu returning to training but today's match is likely to be too soon for them.

United are ravaged by injuries at the moment with Chris Smalling and Matteo Darmian joining that list after picking up respective hamstring and groin injuries on Wednesday. All in all, Louis van Gaal is without nine players. Phil Jones and Ander Herrera are still not ready to return while Marcos Rojo has also joined long-term absentees Antonio Valencia and Luke Shaw on the sidelines. Wayne Rooney is also still out with an ankle problem while Bastian Schweinsteiger is beginning a three-match man for violent conduct. The only positive is Morgan Schneiderlin is available again having recovered from a hip problem suffered against West Ham United.

As far as weeks go, Manchester United have had better ones. Seven days ago they were held to a 0-0 draw at home to West Ham United. Not a result that would usually prompt talk of a crisis, but given it was their fifth scoreless draw in nine games, the frustration after the result was palpable.

Three days later, United needed a win away in Germany to ensure they qualified for the knockout out stages of the Champions League. But a 3-2 defeat to Wolfsburg confirmed what had felt inevitable ever since Louis van Gaal's side were held at home to PSV Eindhoven two weeks earlier; elimination and a spot in the Europa League.

For all the talk of discontent at the club and speculation over Louis van Gaal's future, United are still within three points of the top of the Premier League. They visit Bournemouth today and you feel if they are unable to unlock a defence that has conceded an average of two goals a match this season, those concerns will escalate.

Eddie Howe's side are expected to approach the match with the same bold approach that has won them admirers this season, but has also greatly contributed to place just below the relegation zone. But coming off the back of that sensational victory at Stamford Bridge, the Cherries will fancy another scalp against a weary United side.