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90' + 4'
E. Bailly
A. Valencia
90' + 2'
A. Young
A. Sánchez
M. Noble
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P. Pogba
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M. Rashford
J. Lingard

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44% 55%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 2 6
Total Passes 476 601
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Both teams have just the one game left this season in the Premier League as they head into the final Sunday of the campaign with home ties. United play host to Watford in what Jose Mourinho will view as a warm-up for their FA Cup final against Chelsea - whilst West Ham host David Moyes' other former top-flight side in Everton at London Stadium. Until then however, thank you for joining us - and have a good week!
A combined 25 shots couldn't find the mark for either side at London Stadium as it finishes in a goalless draw between the Hammers and the Red Devils. United secure second with the point earned tonight - though there may be further repercussions for Mark Noble and Paul Pogba after the two came together in a heated clash in the final 10 minutes. At full-time, it finishes West Ham 0-0 Manchester United.
E. Bailly
A. Valencia
90' + 4' Valencia makes way for Eric Bailly as United look to eat the clock up - and it does the trick as the referee blows for full-time a moment later.
90' + 3' Carroll and Shaw race for a through-ball into the United box; the defender goes down under little pressure cutting across the West Ham substitute and wins the free-kick.
A. Young
A. Sánchez
90' + 2' Sanchez is the third change of the game and Ashley Young - making his 200th club showing for United - takes to the field.
90' + 1' Lanzini gets the lift but not the angle and steers it wide at the top-left corner.
90' Lindelof brings down Carroll just outside of the West Ham box and Lanzini will have a late chance to go for goal. Three added minutes on the way.
M. Noble
Yellow Card
88' ...and Noble is also shown yellow for his reaction. He's lucky to have not got a red there.
P. Pogba
Yellow Card
88' Pogba is booked for that tackle after the referee calms it down...
87' It's all kicked off at London Stadium! Pogba lands a trip challenge on Noble after he himself is brought down by Kouyate and all the players pile in after the West Ham captain appears to gouge the United playmaker. Carroll, Shaw and half-a-dozen other players pile in for the afters.
85' Carroll and Pogba come together just inside the centre circle; it's the former who comes off better and he wins the free-kick.
84' Arnautovic tabs back on the edge of the United box for Noble; the Hammers captain can't replicate his score from against Leicester however and pushes it well over the crossbar.
82' Carroll and Arnautovic exchange crosses looking for the other to head home, only to miss their marks both times on the back of a breakaway counter-attack by the latter. United caught napping at the back there.
80' A excellently weighted pass from Noble is caught by Arnautovic with a volley on the left of the United box; alas, the striker's effort flies wide with little in the way of control.
77' Zabaleta hounds after Shaw around the back, looking to force the United man into a mistake; instead, he concedes a throw-in in the opposition half.
75' Play is resumed as Kouyate moves to the touchline for more attention.
M. Rashford
J. Lingard
74' Whilst the game is at a standstill, United make their first change, as Rashford replaces Lingard.
73' A stoppage in play now as Kouyate gets treatment for an injury after going down in a tackle from Herrera.
71' Pogba tries to curl a shot in from 10 yards out on the left into the far corner, only to play it straight and out for a goal-kick as Adrian dives and misses.
70' Martial and Rashford are both warming up on the touchlines for the Red Devils; will they make late cameos in an attempt to earn a reprieve from their manager?
68' If it remains goalless, this will be the first Premier League visit to West Ham by United where they have failed to find the net since a 1-0 defeat in December 2006.
A. Carroll
A. Masuaku
66' West Ham make the first change of the game; Masuaku is replaced by former England man Andy Carroll.
65' Smalling goes close with another header, this time at the right post as he meets a distant corner from Shaw, just pushing it out of play for a goal-kick.
63' Down the other end, Pogba plants a header in the box from a Valencia cross in off the right wing, only to steer it wide to the left. There's a sense that a goal is coming...
61' A flurry of half-chances for West Ham as Arnautovic slips into the United box on the right and sees his cut-back pass deflected to Lanzini; both he and Zabaleta try to go for goal, only for some speedy blocking from Smalling and Jones to smother their efforts before Lindelof clears.
59' United haven’t won away in May in the Premier League since a 1-0 victory at Norwich in 2016 under Louis van Gaal, drawing once and losing four since.
57' West Ham win a free-kick 45 yards out on the right and swing it deep into the United box; too deep, in fact, as Kouyate fails to reach it at the far post and it skips out for a goal-kick.
55' Lingard blasts a 20-yard effort off his right foot following a neat one-two with Pogba; Adrian fumbles and drops his save but the ball doesn't get away from him and he is able to regather.
53' Sanchez chases a long ball down the left now; he tracks a shade level with Ogbonna and is called offside to snuff out any chance of a potent attacking option.
51' Pogba goes for goal from distance now, stepping in off the left to meet a Sanchez square pass 30 yards out before turning it towards Adrian; a deflection on the way makes it easier for the keeper to deal with.
50' Shaw feeds a through-ball on the left flank to Pogba, but the Frenchman loses possession cheaply to Cresswell who puts it long to clear any lingering danger.
48' That should have been 1-0 to United! Adrian darts off his line to the left edge of the Hammers penalty area to meet Sanchez, only for the Red Devils man to hook the ball around him and in towards an empty goal - where Ogbanna arrives just in time to head away.
47' Lingard spins a corner in from the right for United on the back of a deflected Sanchez shot just inside the box going wide; West Ham are able defuse without much trouble.
46' We're back underway at London Stadium; who will find the breakthrough in the next 45 minutes?
No goals in the first half at London Stadium, but Jose Mourinho will be able to take heart from the fact his Red Devils side at least look likely to threaten the hosts' defence. Keeper Adrian has delivered some good saves to keep the Hammers in the mix - but they have had their fair share of chances too. It hangs nicely in the balance; at half-time, it's West Ham 0-0 Manchester United.
45' + 1' Lingard! The United man hits the last effort of the half with all the force he has got and Adrian goes the wrong way, yet still manages to keep it out. The West Ham keeper has played a great first-half so far as the whistle goes for the break.
45' One added minute on the way as Sanchez works a free-kick in from distance and plays it around the West Ham defence with Pogba, trying to find a way around.
43' Sanchez flicks on a chip into the box for Pogba who can't quite catch it with his foot and instead accidentally lands a hand on it. Free-kick to West Ham in their own box.
41' From 30 yards out, Pogba tucks a low effort in towards the bottom-left corner; he hooks it wide by a matter of inches. The visitors have registered six shots on goal so far; the combined amount they managed against both Brighton and Arsenal in their last two games.
39' Mario slots a neat through-ball on towards the United box; it kisses the heels of Arnautovic on the left and drifts into the arms of De Gea a moment later.
37' Lindelof concedes a throw-in deep in United territory but the visitors are let off the hook after West Ham play themselves offside a moment later.
35' Shaw goes for goal again, this time from distance after a United corner is only half-cleared by the hosts; Adrian comes off his line to save it in the middle of the box.
34' Sanchez runs at the West Ham defence down the left flank and stumbles over the ball as he cuts near the edge of the box, allowing Ogbonna to clear his chance away.
32' Arnautovic puts a shot away in a crowded box after a long West Ham throw from the right catches United's defence out; it takes a deflection however and Mario's chasing header puts it out for a goal-kick.
30' Cresswell tries his luck from distance and hits a 30-yard effort sweetly; it zips just wide to the right of goal by a couple of yards.
28' The hosts swing it into the centre of the box from the right for Ogbonna but he is deemed to have fouled Smalling in the build-up and United get the free-kick.
27' Corner to West Ham now after Arnautovic breaks down the right and puts a flat pass into the box that Herrera blasts over the crossbar to clear.
26' A lucky escape for West Ham in their own box as Zabaleta appears to accidentally palm the ball trying to take it away from Sanchez. It goes unnoticed by the officials and no penalty is forthcoming.
24' Pogba thinks he is through on goal a moment later, wrestling 22 yards out in a tackle with Kouyate; the free-kick goes against him though and West Ham get the ball.
23' Sanchez and Shaw go close! The former hits it sweetly from the middle of the box after Pogba plays a lovely flat pass in from the right; Adrian's save spills it to the latter who, from close range, puts it straight into the near post where it ricochets away.
22' Shaw loops the set-piece into the box, but the Hammers come away with the ball again after Cresswell knocks it out into the path of Lanzini.
21' Lingard goes for goal from a similar angle, a little bit further out at 25 yards, and delivers greater accuracy; Adrian leaps to his left to push it out for a corner.
20' McTominay sprays an effort from 22 yards out in front of goal wide of the top-left corner after an interception falls to him on the back of a Herrera tackle.
18' United are looking to avoid consecutive league defeats today for the first time since May last year, when they lost at Arsenal and Tottenham.
16' With the pressure off West Ham, there is something of a relaxed atmosphere about them so far. Noble almost leisurely puts a looping cross in from the right wing for Kouyate to meet at the far post; the midfielder's header goes straight to De Gea and the keeper thumps it clear.
14' A solid chance for United is watsed by Herrera after he fails to meet Sanchez's simple flat pass across the Hammers box following a smart dribble around four defenders.
12' Shaw sweeps it in from the left and West Ham are able to clear it with a counter-attack that sends them down the opposite wing; Masuaku's delivery into the United box skips off Smalling and into the path of Arnautovic who is too far forward to do anything other than head it over the crossbar with little control.
11' Lingard wins a free-kick 25 yards out on the left which Sanchez plays short infield for Herrera to aim through the box; it deflects, but good tracking from Pogba ensures a corner for United.
9' Pogba wins a quick free-kick just inside his own half and plays it forward for Sanchez into the Hammers box; Rice nips in and clears to cut off any chance of danger.
7' Arnautovic turns and steps inside Smalling on the edge of the United box, and pokes an effort towards goal; De Gea has no issue dropping to collect it.
5' Pogba squares a ball to his left to release Shaw down the left; he tries to play a flat pass across the box for Sanchez but the forward oversteps it and Cresswell clears up the loose ends.
4' West Ham win a defensive free-kick of their own now, after Sanchez is pinged for offside racing on to collect a through-ball from Herrera.
2' McTominay picks up a free-kick in his own half after Masuaku brings him to the turf, though United opt to play it flat rather than float it deep.
1' We're underway in the capital, and it's the visitors who probe first, forcing West Ham to peel back in defence, playing the ball back to Adrian to clean up a mistake by Rice.
The teams are out at London Stadium and we're moments away from kick-off.
The Red Devils haven’t won their final away game of a Premier League campaign since 2011-12, when they won at Sunderland but still lost out on the title to Man City. They’ve drawn four and lost once since then, with that one defeat coming at West Ham in 2015-16.
Mourinho has never lost a Premier League meeting with Moyes (P10 W7 D3 L0) and has only faced Sam Allardyce (12 games) more without losing than the Scotsman.
West Ham have lost 13 of their last 18 Premier League games against United (W1 D4), including their only previous meeting at London Stadium last season.
Subs: Sergio Romero, Juan Mata, Daley Blind, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Ashley Young, Eric Bailly.
MANCHESTER UNITED (3-4-3): David de Gea; Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Victor Lindelof; Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw, Scott McTominay, Antonio Valencia; Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Alexis Sanchez.
Subs: Pedro Obiang, Edimilson Fernandes, Jordan Hugill, Patrice Evra, Josh Cullen, Joe Hart, Andy Carroll.
WEST HAM UNITED (3-4-3) Adrian; Angelo Ogbonna, Aaron Cresswell, Declan Rice; Cheikhou Kouyate, Arthur Masuaku, Mark Noble, Pablo Zabaleta; Marko Arnautovic, Manuel Lanzini, Joao Mario.
As for the hosts, they remain unchanged, fielding the same XI who defeated the Foxes. Of note on the bench is former Red Devils player Patrice Evra; the former France international joined West Ham on a free, short-term deal in February and could make his sixth appearance today for the club.
Mourinho makes eight – yes, eight – swaps to the side who played at the weekend, their most for a Premier League game in four years, since facing Hull City in May 2014. Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford are the leading casualties dropped to the bench; only keeper David de Gea, defender Chris Smalling and forward Paul Pogba keep their place.
United manager Jose Mourinho was left deeply unimpressed by his side's shock defeat at the hands of Brighton, as the Seagulls recorded a 1-0 win to ensure their survival too – and has pulled no punches in addressing the perceived failings of his players in a week where the headlines have been dominated by news of Alex Ferguson's hospitalisation. Changes were expected – and they have been made.
It's a first encounter for Hammers boss David Moyes with his old club since taking the reins in November, and the 55-year-old Glaswegian has fulfilled his remit of keeping them safe from the drop with two games to spare. With their Premier League status intact for another year, can he follow up Saturday's victory with his side's first back-to-back league wins since January 2017?
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the 2017-18 Premier League season as West Ham United host Manchester United at London Stadium. The Hammers secured top-flight safety at the weekend with a 2-0 win over Leicester City while the Red Devils can secure second with a point in the capital after defeat to Brighton and Hove Albion. The spoils are there for the taking – but who will be celebrating come full-time?