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S. Aurier
Goal
1 - 4
87'
Son Heung-Min
C. Eriksen
1 - 3
62'
Son Heung-Min
D. Alli
1 - 2
35'
D. Alli
S. Aurier
1 - 1
7'
J. Stanislas
A. Smith
1 - 0

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Possession
37% 63%
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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 3 8
Total Passes 331 559
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Tottenham move back into third in the race for the top four, while the Cherries are not out of the relegation fight just yet. Spurs will be worried after injuries to Kane, Alli and Rose but Pochettino will be pleased they get the job done after a tough week.
Pochettino's side produce a great second-half performance to move on from their Champions League heartache. Bournemouth started the game in brilliant fashion but it was not enough as Spurs' superior quality eventually told in the end.
FULL-TIME Bournemouth 1-4 Tottenham.
90' + 2' What a second-half display from Spurs!!! They are moving back into third and Bournemouth remain in 12th after a disappointing end to the game.
S. Aurier
Goal
90' + 1' AURIER!!!!!! Spurs have a fourth in stoppage time. Trippier's cross is flapped at by Begovic and he basically sets Aurier up and he heads into an empty net. 
90' Five minutes of stoppage time...
88' CHANCE - Son wastes the chance for a hat-trick as he shoots straight at Begovic from close range.
C. Eriksen
Assist
87' Eriksen picks out Son for yet another assist this season.
Son Heung-Min
Goal
87' GOAAALLLLL - Son gets his second and that should see Spurs leave with all three points. Bournemouth take a free-kick short and Lewis Cook is dispossessed and Eriksen finds Son on the halfway line who is left unmarked. He glides forward, rounds Begovic and thumps it home.
M. Sissoko
D. Alli
86' Bad day at the office for Spurs on the injury front. Kane, Rose and now Alli have all picked up injuries. Sissoko now comes on for the final five minutes.
84' GOAL DISALLOWED - Wilson gives Sanchez a nudge before finding the bottom corner and referee Mike Dean immediately gives a free-kick to Spurs.
K. Trippier
D. Rose
81' Rose goes down with an injury and Trippier enters the field of play. He will be expected to go to right-back, with Aurier sliding to the left-hand side.
79' Howe is forced to go for it at home then with Spurs still in the lead. Defoe, King and Wilson all on so Spurs will fancy their chances of scoring on the counter.
J. Defoe
J. Stanislas
76' Defoe comes on to take on his former side and he replaces Stanislas.
75' CHANCE - Francis has another go at goal but the defender fails to hit the target and smashes his strike into the stands. He should have done better there!
72' Spurs are now trying to slow the play down and take control of the game as they look to hold onto the three points. Bournemouth still have Defoe available off the bench.
68' Lloris makes a routine save from a Stanislas shot from 20 yards out.
J. King
L. Mousset
67' Double sub from the Cherries as Mousset is replaced by King.
J. Ibe
C. Daniels
67' Change of tactics for Bournemouth as Daniels comes off for Ibe.
66' Lamela has two goes with the set-piece and he wins another corner after trying his luck at the near post.
65' CHANCE - Son breaks free in the box after showing too much speed for Steve Cook but Begovic gets down to his left to concede a corner.
64' Howe now appears to have changed his mind with his substitutions. Arter was set to come on but King is stripped off and ready to go.
D. Alli
Assist
62' Alli's turn and cross carved open the Bournemouth defence to give Son the chance to score.
Son Heung-Min
Goal
62' SONNNN - Bournemouth 1-2 Tottenham. Son comes to the rescue once again after volleying home at the far post. The forward grabs his 17th goal of the season after bundling the ball into the bottom corner.
D. Gosling
Yellow Card
61' Gosling is shown a card after a sloppy challenge on Spurs left-back Danny Rose.
58' CHANCE - Gosling supports Stanislas and he receives the ball on the edge of the box before picking his spot. However, the seemed to rush himself and he could only fire wide of the target.
57' Eriksen is now starting to have a big influence and he is unlucky to not find the back of the net. The Denmark international tried to find the bottom corner from 20 yards out but Begovic was on hand to make the save.
54' Penalty claims from Spurs as Son goes to ground on the penalty spot but the referee waves play on.
50' CHANCE - Eriksen picks out Alli with a looping cross but Francis and Steve Cook do enough to clear the danger but that was a warning sign.
47' SAVE - Lloris is forced into action after a powerful shot from Francis and he concedes a corner. Howe's troops nearly score from the resulting set-piece but Ake cannot guide his header under the crossbar.
46' We're back underway.
Spurs are now playing without a recognised striker but Llorente is on the bench should they need him. Pochettino's side have grown into the game but Bournemouth look a threat on the counter and more goals should be expected at the Vitality Stadium.
The first half comes to a close and it was an entertaining first 45 minutes on the south coast. Stanislas missed a sitter before eventually scoring before Spurs lost Kane to injury. Alli grabbed a goal back in the end but the game is there for the taking.
HALF-TIME Bournemouth 1-1 Tottenham.
45' Eriksen stings the palms of Begovic in the Bournemouth goal but after spilling the first attempt he dives on the loose ball to thwart the danger.
43' Alli breaks forward through the middle and lays the ball out towards Aurier but the Ivory Coast international spoons his effort into the stands.
39' CHANCE - Smith cuts in from the right wing to offer a helping hand to Mousset and Wilson but the right-back drags his shot wide of the far post.
38' Spurs' goal has not unsettled Bournemouth and the Cherries are still coming forward with plenty of power and confidence.
S. Aurier
Assist
35' Aurier's powerful run down the right caused chaos and the former Paris Saint-Germain right-back picked out Alli with a superb cross.
D. Alli
Goal
35' GOAAALLLL ALLI - Bournemouth 1-1 Tottenham. Alli ends his poor run in front of goal in the league and he stays composed to volley into the back of the net.
E. Lamela
H. Kane
34' Kane's ankle injury has proven too much for him and he comes off for Lamela.
33' CHANCE - Alli finds space in the box but he kicks thin air rather than volleying the ball into the back of the net.
32' INJURY NEWS - Kane is hobbling down the tunnel and his afternoon appears to be over.
30' Worrying signs for Spurs as Kane picked up an injury in that incident and is limping around the field of play.
29' GOAL DISALLOWED - Kane fires the ball into the back of the net but he was offside from a cross and Bournemouth get a lifeline in this Premier League clash.
26' Spurs win their first corner but Bournemouth do enough to close down Vertonghen who blazes his shot over the crossbar.
24' In the last few minutes, Spurs have started to win the second balls and build from the back.
20' The likes of Eriksen, Alli and Son have not had any influence on the game so far despite Spurs edging the possession stats.
D. Rose
Yellow Card
18' Rose is the first man into the book after chopping down Wilson on the edge of the box.
14' Spurs star Kane has barely had a touch so far as the visitors struggle to find their rhythm.
10' Bournemouth's fans are loving this as their side win another corner as Spurs struggle with the pace of the game.
9' Tottenham now have it all to do and they have yet to win a game this season when falling behind. No pressure then...
A. Smith
Assist
7' Smith, who is playing on the wing today, produces an inch-perfect cross to help Bournemouth take the lead.
J. Stanislas
Goal
7' GOAAALLLL - Bournemouth 1-0 Tottenham. Stanislas does not waste his second chance of the game and he puts his team in the lead after a clinical finish. The winger evaded his marker and was on hand to chest down a cross before drilling the ball into the bottom corner.
5' That miss has got the home crowd fired up and Tottenham are now under pressure and they will need to sharpen up at the back before they concede.
4' WHAT A MISS!!! Tottenham's defence collapses and Mousset bursts forward before playing in Stanislas but he tries to lob Lloris and hits the crossbar. What a start that could have been for the Cherries.
3' Neither team has taken charge just yet but Spurs will be expected to command the possession once they settle into the match.
1' The match is underway at the Vitality Stadium.
Pochettino makes three alterations to the team that played in the Champions League. Aurier, Wanyama, Rose come in for Trippier, Dier and Davies.
Howe makes just one change from the draw against Leicester, with Mousset replacing King. Defoe has to settle for a place on the bench against his former club.
Spurs SUBS: Eric Dier, Lucas Moura, Fernando Llorente, Michel Vorm, Moussa Sissoko, Erik Lamela, Kieran Trippier.
Tottenham Starting XI (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris, Serge Aurier, Davinson Sanchez, Jan Vertonghen, Danny Rose, Mousa Dembele, Victor Wanyama, Christian Eriksen, Dele Alli, Son Heung-Min, Harry Kane.
Bournemouth SUBS: Jordon Ibe, Ryan Fraser, Andrew Surman, Artur Boruc, Joshua King, Harry Arter, Jermain Defoe.
Bournemouth Starting XI (4-4-1-1): Asmir Begovic, Simon Francis, Steve Cook, Nathan Ake, Charlie Daniels, Adam Smith, Lewis Cook, Dan Gosling, Junior Stanislas, Lys Mousset, Callum Wilson.
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Goals can also be expected today, with Bournemouth keeping just one clean sheet in their last 16 league games. Tottenham have also been deadly in front of goal and they have scored in every match they have played in since November 21. 
STAT - Bournemouth haven’t scored in any of their last four Premier League meetings with Spurs, with Matt Ritchie the last man to find the net back in October 2015.
Mauricio Pochettino's side were knocked out of the UEFA Champions League in midweek despite a fine performance and they have won three in five in all competitions. Liverpool are just ahead of them in the table but a win will see them move back to third behind Manchester United.
Eddie Howe's troops are 12th in the league table ahead of kick-off at the Vitality Stadium and they have won two of their last five matches. They come into the game on the back of a 1-1 draw against Leicester but Spurs will pose a different threat.
The last meeting between these two took place at Wembley in October, with Spurs securing a 1-0 win that day thanks to a goal from Christian Eriksen. Bournemouth have never won against Spurs in the Premier League and their last competitive victory against the north London giants came in 1957 in the FA Cup.
Hello and welcome to today's live coverage of Bournemouth vs Tottenham from the Premier League. The Cherries will be looking to climb into the top 10 with a win, while Spurs can move back up to third if they win all three points this afternoon.