West Ham celebrate. A gutsy victory for the Londoners, who are now unbeaten in eight league games.
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- Bournemouth XI: Boruc, Smith, Francis, Cook, Daniels, Surman, Ritchie, Gosling, Arter, Stanislas, Afobe
- West Ham XI: Adrian, Tomkins, Collins, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Noble, Obiang, Antonio, Payet, Valencia, Carroll.
- Cherries' club-record signing Benik Afobe starts
Scrap that, Newcastle have just equalised against Manchester United which means West Ham move to fifth with this victory - as it stands. Four minutes of added time.
We're into the final minute of full time and victory is all but certain for the Hammers. As it stands though they won't move to fifth in the table as Manchester United are leading at Newcastle.
Blimey. Another sweetly-struck free-kick from West Ham. This time it's Enner Valencia, who forces a dipper in from a tight angle, making Artur Boruc look a little foolish at the near post.
Bournemouth appeal for handball as Junior Stanislas' shot hits Angelo Ogbonna. Martin Atkinson ignores Bournemouth's appeals, though the hosts did have reason to moan.
What a performance by Dimitri Payet, dragging his team back into this match. Payet's work is done, though, as the Frenchman is replaced by Alex Song.
Dimitri Payet again the architect. West Ham take a quick throw-in... dreamy skills from Dimitri Payet inside the box, beating his man and conjuring a beautiful pass across the face of the goal which Enner Valencia only has to sweep home from six yards.
Pedro Obiang with a lovely through ball, but it has a touch too much pace for Michail Antonio. West Ham very much in the ascendancy.
Benik Afobe's day is done as the £9m striker, who had two great chances in the first half, is replaced by Lewis Grabban, another new Cherries signing.
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. A Beckham-esque free-kick. Dimitri Payet curls it over the Cherries wall and into the top left, shaving the underside of the crossbar and leaving Artur Boruc with little chance. Nonchalant. The Frenchman, though, is shown a yellow card for celebrating with West Ham's supporters.
Oof! Dan Gosling with a 25-yard driver which stings Adrian's palms. That got a reaction from the crowd, though it was hit straight at the goalkeeper.
Charlie Daniels gallops down the left flank, attempts a one-two with Harry Arter but the midfielder puts a touch too much on his return pass and a promising move comes to an end.
West Ham spraying the ball with confidence... Pedro Obiang attempts to pick out Nikica Jelavic with a crossfielder but his ball is cut out by Steve Cook.
Enner Valencia shoots from distance, but that's a bit too ambitions from the Hammer. A change at right-back for West Ham, with Carl Jenkinson replacing James Tomkins.
Dimitri Payet has by far been West Ham's brightest star, though his clever through balls have come to nothing yet. As I type, Junior Stanislas charges forward upfield, closes in on the box but is stopped by a wonderful Mark Noble tackle.
It's been a bright start to the half from West Ham, though the hosts are comfortably holding them off. Possession very much with the Hammers.
A brilliant through ball from Dimitri Payet which releases Enner Valencia who fails to test Artur Boruc. The Ecuadorian should have done better.
Former Cherries boss Harry Redknapp watches on from the stands as Harry Arter receives treatment on a neck injury. The goalscorer seems OK and is fine to continue.
Another new signing making his bow for Bournemouth as Juan Iturbe replaces the injured Matt Ritchie. Warm applause for former Roma winger, Iturbe.
Michail Antonio has been ever present in this half. He gets the better of Dan Gosling and hits a low drive which skims wide of the far post, drawing an intake of breath from the home fans.
A long throw-in from Michail Antonio into the box. Hammers applying early pressure...the ball eventually falls for Dimitri Payet and he earns his team a corner, which the hosts successfully defend.
Here we go again. Can West Ham come back to maintain their unbeaten run?
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It's been even-stevens in terms of possession, with West Ham threatening more towards the end of the half.
Harry Arter's strike the difference, though the hosts could have been further ahead had their record signing proved to be more ruthless in front of goal.
Another fine save from Artur Boric. Dimitri Payet takes aim from the edge of the box which requires the Cherries goalkeeper to put a firm fist to it.
Bournemouth patient in possession in the closing stages of the first half, though as I type Michail Antonio nicks possession in the middle of the park and goes on charging through before finding Dimitri Payet, who has seen plenty of the ball this evening. The playmaker goes down, but doesn't get a free-kick.
James Tomkins goes close from the resultant corner, but not close enough. At the other end, Benik Afobe is on the ground needing treatment, though it seems the striker will be a-OK.
Bournemouth closing West Ham down quickly, starving the visitors of space, but the Hammers switch play quickly... Dimitri Payet releasing Nikica Jelavic and the substitute's strike takes a wicked deflection off Steve Cook which forces Artur Boruc into a brilliant reflex save at his near post.
My oh my. It's not been a great debut for Benik Afobe so far. Another chance goes whistling in the wind. The £9m striker is put through by a peachy Junior Stanislas through ball, he attempts to round Adrian but the goalkeeper simply nicks the ball off Afobe's toes. That Stanislas pass deserved a goal.
West Ham must be playing against a hefty wind. Adrian hoofs the ball high and it comes back like a boomerang, losing 10m in distance. As it stands, a victory here would move Bournemouth above Chelsea in the league, a scenario not many would have predicted at the beginning of the season.
Mark Noble directs the ball back at Adrian, cutting off Bournemouth's supply from the right. The hosts looking far more dangerous in the final third than their opponents.
Aaron Cresswell passes straight into touch. The visitors, unbeaten in their last seven league matches, far from crisp in their passing this evening.
Dimitri Payet dances across the edge of the box, attempts to switch play with a cute through ball to Nikica Jelavic but the striker isn't on the same wavelength as his playmaker. A touch too much oomph on that pass.
Bournemouth are on the up, finding oodles of space down the right flank. West Ham deprived of possession.
Charlie Daniels is put through by Harry Arter and the left-back forces Adrian into a fine save. A little higher, or a little lower, and Daniels would probably have given his team a two-goal advantage. West Ham rocking.