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Clear-cut chances were at a premium during a goalless Manchester derby at Old Trafford Getty

That is all from this particular live blog, but stay with IBTimes UK and click here for live coverage of Liverpool's clash with Southampton at Anfield. It's a 16:15 BST kick-off for Jurgen Klopp's first home Premier League game in charge.

That was far from the exciting derby clash that most fans and neutrals had hoped for, with defences largely on top throughout and a dearth of clear-cut chances save for a brief flurry towards the end of the 90 minutes. It is, however, enough for City to go above Arsenal and return to the top of the Premier League by virtue of their superior goal difference.

Lingard's impetuous second-half flick that struck the crossbar was the closest either side came to breaking the deadlock and United remain two points adrift of the summit in fourth, level on points with in-form West Ham and just ahead of Leicester.

No shortage of goals for Tottenham at Dean Court, though, where a Harry Kane treble and efforts from Dembele and Lamela secured an an emphatic victory over a Bournemouth side who took the lead after just 49 seconds courtesy of Ritchie. A very poor afternoon for the Cherries and goalkeeper Boruc in particular.


Manchester United 0-0 Manchester City

No further chances whatsoever for either side as we edge closer to the final whistle at Old Trafford.


Bournemouth 1-5 Tottenham

Three minutes of added time signalled by the fourth official. Can either of these rivals find a winning goal?

A flurry of chances at last as Hart is forced into a smart low stop from Smalling after the defender capitalised on Fellaini's knockdown.

Schneiderlin is booked for a mistimed sliding challenge on De Bruyne.

The game is really opening up now and United have Rooney to thank for nudging Otamendi slightly at the back post so he cannot reach a wicked delivery from Kolarov.

The chance of the afternoon so far as Martial cuts inside and floats a lofted ball in towards the run of Lingard. With Kolarov disastrously failing in his attempt to play offside, the substitute reaches the ball with a neat flick that beats Hart and hits the crossbar. So close.

A first shot on target of the afternoon as Navas' effort is easily saved by De Gea. Valencia has been withdrawn after picking up a knock, Matteo Darmian his replacement.

City have sent on 19-year-old striker Kelechi Iheanacho in place of Bony.

Brilliant from Martial as he shows his skill by beating Sagna down the left-hand side and skipping the challenge of Navas, but Fernandinho gets across to shepherd him out of play.

Van Gaal makes another change as Marouane Fellaini comes on for Schweinsteiger. City are also going to replace Toure with Martin Demichelis.

Lingard gallops into space before finding the run of Rooney, who had dipped in behind Otamendi.

United's captain tries to return the favour but Otamendi recovers to block.

Rojo twice fouls Navas before appearing to scrape the side of his face with what may have been a stamp. He is lucky to avoid a card if that is indeed what happened.

Van Gaal has made his first change with just over 20 minutes remaining as Lingard replaces Mata.

Kane's frustrating goal drought now seems a distant memory. The England striker notches his hat-trick by reacting first to the unreliable Boruc dropping Toby Alderweireld's header from an Eriksen corner. An afternoon to forget for Howe and depleted Bournemouth.

Goal: Bournemouth 1-5 Tottenham (Harry Kane)

A moment of relief for Pellegrini as City botch the attempted counter attack when Wilfried Bony's poor pass to De Bruyne is picked off by Rojo. Hart races off his line to prevent Mata applying the finishing touch.

Bastian Schweinsteiger twists and turns to beat Kompany before providing a low pass that is diverted behind by Otamendi. Toure climbs highest to clear the resulting corner.

Surely three points in the bag for Tottenham now as Kane grabs his second of the day by turning home Eriksen's left-wing cross.

Goal: Bournemouth 1-4 Tottenham (Harry Kane)

An early second-half change from Pellegrini as Navas is thrown on in place of Sterling. The Spaniard will play on the right for the time being, with De Bruyne coming wide left.

United have certainly started this half the brighter. Still no shots on target from either side, however. Is a disappointing stalemate on the cards?

Agonisingly close to a first goal for the hosts as Chris Smalling heads a corner back across goal but Toure does just enough to ensure that Schneiderlin cannot divert the ball past Hart and it trickles wide.

Herrera heavily involved here as he declines to make a crucial run to the back post before digging out a shot from the edge of the penalty area that is deflected wide. Moments later he appeals for a penalty after tangling with Sterling but Clattenburg is unmoved.

No changes at the break from any of the four teams as the respective second halves get underway.

Martial wins an early corner for United but City deal with the danger confidently.


Manchester United 0-0 Manchester City

Bournemouth 1-3 Tottenham

An obvious caution for the cumbersome Kompany as he lazily takes down Martial. Rooney then delivers a dangerous free-kick but Kolarov manages to head behind for a corner.

Toure is involved again as he sweeps a brilliant ball out to De Bruyne on the right before making a lung-busting run into the penalty area. Unfortunately for the Ivorian, he gets the finish all wrong and it sails harmlessly over the crossbar.

Moments after getting away with that challenge on Sterling, Mata enters the referee's notebook for a sliding challenge on Fernandinho. Toure sees his free-kick deflected wide and from the resulting corner he beats Morgan Schneiderlin in the air before sending a header the wrong side of the post.

Rooney outmuscles Sagna but delays playing in Martial. When he does finally release the ball, his French teammate declines to make the run as he knows he will be flagged for offside.

Sterling is furious as he leads a quick City attack but is stopped in his tracks by Mata. No foul, says Clattenburg.

A lack of communication between De Gea and Phil Jones leads to the latter needlessly conceding a corner, but it is cleared.

Both defences have been on top during the opening 30 minutes of the Manchester derby, but Tottenham are looking rampant against Bournemouth as Boruc spills Kane's cross and Lamela is on hand to dispatch the loose ball. A long way back for the Cherries now.

Goal: Bournemouth 1-3 Tottenham (Erik Lamela)

Valencia is now back on the pitch after United were temporarily reduced to nine men, but Rooney appears to have sustained a cut to the head that will require a few staples to close.

Good play from Raheem Sterling to release Toure but Marcos Rojo gets back to thwart the attack. A couple of injury concerns for Van Gaal now as Wayne Rooney receives treatment following a clash with Kompany and Valencia sits down on the turf in discomfort.

Tottenham have turned a 1-0 deficit into an impressive 2-1 lead as Dembele picks up the rebound from Rose's deflected shot and turns the ball past Boruc for a rare goal. Mauricio Pochettino will be delighted with his team's response.

Goal: Bournemouth 1-2 Tottenham (Mousa Dembele)

A first yellow card of the afternoon awarded by Clattenburg as Fernandinho naively trips Anthony Martial. The free-kick is dealt with, before good interplay between Toure and Kevin de Bruyne at the other end finishes with the former Chelsea man skewing his attempted cross wide of David de Gea's left-hand post.

Speaking of penalties, Christian Eriksen sends Kane through on goal and the England striker is brought down by Boruc before sending him the wrong way from the spot. 1-1.

Goal: Bournemouth 1-1 Tottenham (Harry Kane)

Vocal shouts for a penalty from the Old Trafford natives as Mata scoops the ball towards the hand of Fernandinho. That would have been a very harsh decision had it been given, especially as replays show the incident took place outside of the 18-yard box.

In Manchester, United have had a couple of dangerous forays forward down the right flank through Antonio Valencia and Yaya Toure is very fortunate indeed not to have been booked for a blatant foul on Wayne Rooney.

Mark Clattenburg, who sent off Dwight Gayle for two bookable offences during Crystal Palace' 3-1 loss to West Ham last weekend, displaying a fair bit of leniency early on.

An incredibly fast start for the hosts at Dean Court as Bournemouth take the lead with just 49 seconds on the clock through Ritchie's finish from a difficult angle.

Manchester United v Manchester City and Bournemouth v Tottenham are now both underway. We will be primarily focused upon the former in this particular live blog, but will still bring you all the latest updates from the south coast.

Kick-off at Old Trafford and Dean Court to come shortly, but a reminder that IBTimes UK will also bring you live coverage of Liverpool v Southampton from Anfield later this afternoon.

In today's early fixture, Sunderland claimed yet more bragging rights in the Tyne-Wear derby as goals from Adam Johnson, Billy Jones and Steven Fletcher secured new boss Sam Allardyce a morale-boosting 3-0 win over bitter rivals Newcastle.

As for Bournemouth, first-choice goalkeeper Artur Boruc is fit to return after sustaining a thigh injury during the warm-up before the 5-1 defeat to Manchester City last time out. Adam Federici is on the bench.

Andrew Surman has recovered from a calf problem to retain his place in midfield, with Marc Pugh and Josh King called in to replace Adam Smith and Eunan O'Kane.

Harry Arter is still out, as are long-term injury victims Tyrone Mings, Callum Wilson and Max Gradel. Captain Tommy Elphick is not expected to play again until the new year with an ankle issue.

In this afternoon's other 14:05 BST kick-off, Tottenham's Eric Dier starts alongside Dele Alli in midfield with Nacer Chadli ruled out for up to six weeks due to ankle ligament damage suffered during the 0-0 draw with Liverpool last weekend.

Ryan Mason, who travelled with his teammates to Anderlecht on Thursday but did not play in the 2-1 Europa League defeat, returns to the matchday squad having been sidelined since mid-September with a knee issue.

Kyle Walker, Danny Rose and Harry Kane all start, but Ben Davies drops out altogether.

Nabil Bentaleb, Heung-Min Son, Alex Pritchard and Tom Carroll remain absent.

City are again without the services of injured crop Sergio Aguero, Fabian Delph, David Silva, Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy this afternoon.

Louis van Gaal is missing left-back Luke Shaw as he continues to recover from surgery to repair that horrific double break suffered against PSV Eindhoven last month. Defender Paddy McNair is still absent with a ruptured liver suffered on international duty for Northern Ireland in Helsinki a fortnight ago.

Ashley Young has returned to training following a calf problem that forced him to miss matches against Arsenal and Everton respectivelt, but he is not deemed fit enough to feature at all today.

Manchester United make one change to the side who laboured to a somewhat lifeless 1-1 Champions League draw against CSKA Moscow in midweek, with Juan Mata recalled to the starting lineup in place of young Jesse Lingard. Ander Herrera retains his place in midfield.

City, meanwhile, change three from the XI that secured a last-gasp 2-1 win over Sevilla at the Etihad Stadium. Aleksandar Kolarov is preferred to Pablo Zabaleta at full-back, while captain Vincent Kompany returns from a calf problem to partner Nicolas Otamendi in the heart of defence and Eliaquim Mangala drops to the bench. Pellegrini also opts to selects robust midfielder Fernando instead of inconsistent winger Jesus Navas.

Young attacking duo Patrick Roberts and Kelechi Iheanacho are listed as substitutes after being ineligible for European duty.

Bournemouth: Boruc, Francis, Cook, Distin, Daniels, Ritchie, Gosling, Surman, Pugh, King, Murray

Subs: Federici, Smith, Bennett, O'Kane, Stanislas, Kermorgant, Rantie

Tottenham: Lloris, Walker, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose, Alli, Dier, Dembele, Eriksen, Lamela, Kane

Subs: Vorm, Trippier, Wimmer, Mason, Onomah, Townsend, Clinton

Manchester City: Hart, Sagna, Kompany, Otamendi, Kolarov, Fernando, Fernandinho, Toure, Sterling, De Bruyne, Bony

Subs: Caballero, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Mangala, Roberts, Navas, Iheanacho

Manchester United: De Gea; Valencia, Jones, Smalling, Rojo; Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin, Herrera; Mata, Rooney, Martial

Subs: Romero, Blind, Darmian, Carrick, Lingard, Memphis, Fellaini

After years of living firmly in the shadow of their illustrious and highly successful rivals, 'noisy neighbours' Manchester City have had the upper-hand in derby clashes against United over recent seasons with an impressive six victories in their last eight Premier League meetings.

Manuel Pellegrini's side travel to Old Trafford for the latest installment with the chance to leapfrog Arsenal back to the top of the table, yet they will have to contend with the absence of several key players due to injury.

We will have all the breaking team news and confirmed line-ups from that encounter shortly, as well as details of Tottenham's visit to Bournemouth.