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H. Wilson
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D. Gosling
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T. Ndombèlé
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J. Lerma
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M. Sissoko
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35% 64%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 2 0
Total Passes 271 499
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Bournemouth host Leicester City next, while Tottenham prepare for the North London derby.
There goes the full-time whistle! Bournemouth will be frustrated not to have won that game, having had two goals disallowed late in the second half. King's close-range header was ruled out for offside, while Callum Wilson's acrobatic overhead kick was chalked off by VAR as it hit King's hand on its way past Lloris. Harry Wilson had a golden opportunity deep into the lengthy period of stoppage time that came about after Smith required treatment for what looked like a serious injury, but failed to convert. Spurs, meanwhile, failed to record a shot on target at any point in the match on a frustrating evening for them. It finishes 0-0 at the Vitality Stadium.
90' + 11' Spurs work their way into the box down the right and there's a scramble as Bournemouth desperately try to clear their lines. Lucas goes down amongst the melee, but nothing is given and the ball is eventually hacked away.
90' + 9' A corner is swung in and Ramsdale comes out to punch clear, but he misses the ball completely. It finds Lucas on the edge of the box, but it's a little high for him to control and the chance goes begging.
90' + 7' That effort from Harry Wilson was just the second shot on target of the game from either side and the first since the final minute of the first half.
90' + 6' SAVE! How are Bournemouth not ahead?! King sprays the ball wide to Harry Wilson on the right and he's all on his own in the box! He tries to lift a shot over the onrushing Lloris but dallies on in possession and the Spurs captain charges the attempt down! 
H. Wilson
Yellow Card
90' + 5' Harry Wilson goes into the book for hauling Son down after the forward turned past him.
90' + 3' Callum Wilson's disallowed goal was the sixth time Tottenham have conceded a Premier League goal which has later been ruled out by VAR - only Brighton and Southampton (both seven) have benefitted from this more times in the competition.
Gedson Fernandes
S. Aurier
90' + 1' Mourinho throws caution to the wind in the closing stages, taking Aurier off for Fernandes as he looks to snatch a late, late winner.
90' There will be 12 minutes of stoppage time following the multitude of stoppages that occurred in this half.
89' NO GOAL! Spurs just don't deal with a high ball in the box and Callum Wilson, with his back to goal, holds off Vertonghen and produces an overhead kick that finds the bottom-left corner past Lloris! The striker thinks he's won the game for Bournemouth, but a VAR check shows that the strike took a deflection off King's hand on the way through and the goal is chalked off!
D. Gosling
Yellow Card
87' Gosling then hacks Lamela down as he looks to lead a counter-attack and earns a yellow card of his own.
T. Ndombèlé
Yellow Card
87' Ndombele went in late on Callum Wilson in the build-up to that disallowed goal and the referee goes back to book him.
85' NO GOAL! Stanislas combines well with Callum Wilson down the left, playing a one-two with the striker and racing into space before crossing for King, who heads home from close range. However, the linesman's flag is up for offside! Howe and his staff can't believe it!
83' Davies takes a speculative shot from range that is blocked behind and Spurs pile the pressure on with successive corners, but Bournemouth stand firm and repel the danger at the second time of asking.
81' Stacey does well to repel the latest in a series of Spurs crosses. This one was aimed at Alderweireld at the back post, but the substitute turned it behind well and diffused the danger.
79' Lucas' introduction has seen Spurs change shape. Son is now in support of Kane up front, with Lamela and Lucas either side of them as Mourinho tries to inspire a late winner from his side.
77' WIDE! There's a scramble in the Bournemouth box as a loose ball causes confusion and the clearance is rushed. Spurs work it wide to Sissoko, who crosses for Lamela in the centre, but his flicked header is just wide of the far post!
Lucas Moura
M. Sissoko
75' Sissoko is replaced by Lucas during the drinks break as Mourinho looks to provide a creative spark in the closing stages.
73' Spurs are still yet to have a shot on target in this game, with less than 20 minutes of regular time remaining - although there will be a lengthy period of stoppage time following Smith's treatment.
71' WIDE! King meets a corner at the back post and rises highest to win the header, but he can only steer it wide of the upright! 
68' Those injuries have disrupted any momentum that was building in this game, and both sides are just feeling their way back into proceedings.
H. Wilson
D. Brooks
66' Howe is forced into another substitution, replacing the injured Brooks with Harry Wilson on the right wing.
65' There's another injury concern for Bournemouth as Brooks is down massaging his left calf. It may be that he has to come off as well. 
J. Stacey
A. Smith
63' Smith is finally stretchered off the field and Stacey comes on to replace him at right-back.
60' Both players and staff look concerned as the treatment for Smith carries on. The player looks like he is being given oxygen.
58' Stacey is stripped and ready to come on and replace Smith, who has been placed on a stretcher and is still being attended to by the medical team. 
56' Smith is down on the turf by the touchline and this time it looks serious. The right-back may have lost consciousness and the medical team have rushed over to attend to him. 
54' NO PENALTY! Wilson receives the ball just inside the box and goes down under pressure from Vertonghen behind him, but nothing is given! The Bournemouth striker is furious!
52' Smith is down on the turf in some pain. He took Kane's strike right in the midriff and is clearly winded. The medical team help him to his feet and take him to the sidelines. He takes a minute to recover and then returns to the fray.
50' BLOCK! Kane and Lamela stand over a free-kick in a dangerous position around 25 yards from goal. Kane strikes powerfully, but it's straight into the wall and is cleared away.
48' Bournemouth have failed to score in the first half in four consecutive Premier League games at home for the first time in their history.
46' We're back underway for the second half!
T. Ndombèlé
G. Lo Celso
46' Lo Celso also makes way in midfield, with Ndombele taking his place for the second half.
Son Heung-Min
S. Bergwijn
46' Mourinho does ring the changes at half-time, bringing Son on for Bergwijn on the left in the first alteration.
Mourinho will be particularly unhappy with his side's showing in the first 45 and will be keen to change things as soon as possible. Perhaps Son will be called upon from the bench to provide a greater attacking threat. 
There goes the half-time whistle! It's been a sluggish half of football as both sides struggle to create in the final third. Spurs had an early penalty claim turned down by VAR, but the two best chances of the game so far fell Bournemouth's way, as Lerma saw a looping header cleared and Stanislas tested Lloris with a low drive from the edge of the box. However, it remains goalless at the break.
45' SAVE! A left-wing cross into the Spurs box is repelled and the ball comes out to Stanislas on the edge of the area. He fires a low shot towards the bottom-left corner through a crowd of bodies, but Lloris manages to keep it out on the stretch! 
43' Lamela reaches the edge of the box and decides to have a go himself, but he leans back and blazes it well over the bar.
41' There's been a lack of urgency from both sides in this one so far. Lerma's header remains the biggest chance of the game to this point.
39' Lamela gives away a free-kick in his own half near the left corner flag and Stanislas whips it towards the near post, but Lloris reads the flight of the ball and gathers.
37' Spurs play their best football of the half so far around the edge of the box and sweep it wide for Aurier to cross, but Rico blocks it behind for a corner.
35' Stanislas goes to ground after nutmegging Sissoko as he drove inside from the left with purpose. No free-kick is awarded, however, but Brooks blasts a deflected shot over the bar for a corner, which comes to nothing.
33' Spurs attack with a renewed vigour, but they just can't break through. The intensity shown is an improvement, at least.
M. Sissoko
Yellow Card
31' Sissoko is also shown a yellow card for his role in the incident, much to his frustration.
J. Lerma
Yellow Card
31' Lerma takes issue with a challenge from Sissoko and squares up to the Spurs midfielder. There's a brief scuffle as the pair are separated before it can escalate further. Lerma is booked.
29' Kane finally sees the ball on the edge of the box as Spurs build quickly through the centre, but he's dispossessed as he tries to cuts inside from the right and the attack breaks down.
27' A Spurs attack on the right wing breaks down and Bournemouth launch a quick counter down the opposite flank. The resulting cross takes a big deflection on its way into the box, making it awkward to deal with, but Lloris just about claims under the challenge of Stanislas.
25' Kane has had just six touches so far, fewer than any other outfield player. Spurs need to bring him into the game more.
23' There's a pause for a drinks break and both managers take the opportunity to offer their players some words of advice on the sidelines.
21' CHANCE! The biggest chance of the game so far! Rico's free-kick from the right finds Lerma in the box and the midfielder loops a header towards the far corner, but it's headed behind by Kane!
19' The game is lacking a creative spark at present, although Bournemouth are growing into the half and are winning set-pieces in dangerous areas.
17' Bournemouth have a set-piece in a dangerous area on the right flank as Lamela fells Wilson. The hosts pack the box as they await the delivery, but it's repelled.
15' The visitors are still working it around patiently and have pushed right up into the Bournemouth half. Aurier is seeing a lot of the ball on the right wing as he tests Rico with his forward runs.
13' Spurs are back in control of the ball but are struggling to create anything - both sides have looked a little blunt in the opening stages.
11' The attempted short corner - a low pass towards the near post - is woeful and straight to a Spurs defender, but Bournemouth reclaim possession and keep the pressure on.
9' Bournemouth press high and catch Lamela in possession. Stanislas races towards the byline but Lamela gets back and makes a sliding intervention to turn the ball behind for a corner.
7' Spurs have settled on the ball now and are enjoying a dominant spell of possession. Bournemouth have everyone back as they pack the box to repel the danger.
5' NO PENALTY! Spurs pile on the pressure and win a corner that's whipped in from the left. Lamela and Kane both go down in the box under pressure, but VAR reviews the incident and does not award a spot-kick, despite Kane's protests.
3' The opening stages of the game are scrappy, with Bournemouth guilty of committing several unnecessary fouls.
1' We're off! Bournemouth get us underway!
However, Tottenham have picked up just 15 points from their 16 Premier League games on the road this season (W3 D6 L7), with only Aston Villa (0) keeping fewer clean sheets on the road than Spurs (1).
Bournemouth have lost seven of their last eight Premier League games, including each of their last five in a row. They’ve shipped 21 goals in these eight games, scoring just seven.
Meanwhile, Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho makes three alterations to the side that beat Everton 1-0 in their previous outing. Eric Dier serves the first match of his four-game retrospective suspension for confronting a fan after an FA Cup tie in March, with Vertonghen taking his place in defence. Son drops to the bench after his half-time spat with club captain Lloris against Everton, with Lucas joining him, and the pair are replaced by Lamela and Bergwijn.  
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe makes just two changes after their 5-2 hammering by Manchester United last time out. Solanke and Lewis Cook drop to the bench, with Callum Wilson and Gosling coming into the side. Defensive trio Charlie Daniels, Chris Mepham and Simon Francis are sidelined through injury.
Tottenham substitutes: Gedson Fernandes, Lucas Moura, Davinson Sanchez, Son Heung-Min, Ryan Sessegnon, Tanguy Ndombele, Harvey White, Paulo Gazzaniga, Oliver Skipp.
Tottenham XI (4-3-3): Hugo Lloris; Serge Aurier, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Ben Davies; Moussa Sissoko. Harry Winks, Giovanni Lo Celso; Erik Lamela, Harry Kane, Steven Bergwijn.
Bournemouth substitutes: Artur Boruc, Jack Stacey, Andrew Surman, Dominic Solanke, Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld, Steve Cook, Harry Wilson, Sam Surridge, Lewis Cook.
Bournemouth XI (4-4-2): Aaron Ramsdale; Adam Smith, Nathan Ake, Lloyd Kelly, Diego Rico; David Brooks, Dan Gosling, Jefferson Lerma, Junior Stanislas; Joshua King, Callum Wilson.
Both sides will be desperate for points this evening - Bournemouth are 19th in the table and four points from safety, while Tottenham find themselves 10th in the league and 11 points off the top four.
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