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  1. Spurs miss chance to go top
  2. Wilshere comples 90 mins in league for first time since Sept 2014
  3. Six games at 15:00: Arsenal v Boro, Burnley v Everton, Hull v Stoke
  4. Leicester v Palace, Swansea v Watford, West Ham v Sunderland

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By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    Is there a winner in this game? Does not look like it.

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    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    Max Gradel goes down in the box from Kyle Walker's challenge.


    No, says referee Craig Pawson. A decision he finally gets right.

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    Chance for Bournemouth?

    Eric Dier tries to play a pass out but gives the ball away to Max Gradel on halfway.

    He breaks clear into the box, but Mousa Dembele shows brilliant workrate to retreve the ball.

    In the next move, Ryan Fraser puts a cross into the box which Benik Afobe heads narrowly over.

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    Bournemouth's Joshua King has been in the wars today and cannot finish the full 90 minutes.

    He trots off and Ryan Fraser enters the arena.

    Three minutes left.

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    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    John Hartson

    Ex-Wales striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    You can just sense that frustration from Tottenham now here. If it ends in a 0-0, it's been down to Bournemouth's brilliant defending and unwavering concentration.

    Victor Wanyama and Jack Wilshere
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    Ankur Goel: Elbow in face is a red card or rules of the game have undergone some change recently!!

    John Pierce: Sissoko clearly got some #Xmas shopping planned. Clear red card, retrospective action coming.

    Sammiiee: At least 3 Spurs players should be off the field at the moment 

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    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    What a challenge!

    Bournemouth think they can nick the winner as the ball breaks on the edge of the box for Max Gradel, but Jan Vertonghen gets across to block the shot.

    A match-saving tackle.

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    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    at Vitality Stadium for 5 live Sport

    Eddie Howe can tell his team are flagging a little now - he is crouched down in his technical area and is clapping every move they make, just trying to encourage some energy in his players. 

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    Joe from Colchester: Hate to say it but Spurs have not even reached the level of Arsenal three or for years ago. They are predictable and take too long on the ball before shooting.

    From Lee Clarke: re Bob Moss (14:04): why because both teams have cancelled each other out? It's not like anyone is parking the bus. Ridiculous comment

    Simon Atkins: Terrible idea! All you're doing is penalising teams who have a great defensive display, or attackers up against a great keeper! 


    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    Callum Wilson is coming off for Bournemouth, he looks absolute shattered. He has run his socks off today.

    On comes Benik Afobe. The former Arsenal man will enjoy scoring a winner against Tottenham.

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    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    Mark Mitchener

    BBC Sport at Vitality Stadium

    Harry Arter has put in another dominant display for Bournemouth, despite having slightly more defensive responsibility today in the absence of regular midfield partner Andrew Surman. As well as relishing those crunching challenges with Victor Wanyama which have thrilled the home fans, the Republic of Ireland midfielder barely flinched when Moussa Sissoko's shot hit him in the face from point-blank range.

    He was, though, absolutely incensed a moment ago, clearly motioning that Sissoko elbowed him in the face off the ball. One to watch on Match of the Day tonight.

    Harry Arter
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    Looking at the replay, you can understand Harry Arter's reaction.

    Moussa Sissoko has lifted his elbow and caught Arter in the face.

    A nasty jab and the FA may look that on Monday morning.

    Harry Arter
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    Harry Arter has lost his head here, he has gone absolute crazy. His anger is at Moussa Sissoko, as the Bournemouth man feels he has been caught in the face. 

    The ref is talking to his assistant, what action will be taken?

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    Bob Moss: This is why 0-0 should get no points, only scoring draws should get a point.


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    Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham

    John Hartson

    Ex-Wales striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    Bournemouth have been doing a lot of running in this second half. It's that old cliché of 'you do a lot more work when you don't have the ball'. 

    Are they going to run out of puff? 

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    Tottenham work the ball into the box which finds Danny Rose on the left.

    The full-back winds his right foot up, but his shot is tame and dribbles into the hands of Artur Boruc.

    One where the Polish goalkeeper could have let through his grasp. He is prone to a howler every so often.

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    Talking of the Predictor League that Alistair just mentioned, I'm top for BBC Sport's departmental one.

    That's how I roll.

    Nothing going on on the pitch at the moment.

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    James Stevenson: This game could seriously be a cracker if we see a goal. But the longer it stays 0-0, the less likely it is.

    Neil Leverett: Lost count of how many times @JackWilshere has been bossed off the ball today

    All the gear,no idea: Danny Rose has been snapped in half most games this season, finally gives some back and he is the problem 

    Jack Wilshere
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    Alistair Bruce-Ball

    at Vitality Stadium for 5 live Sport

    I'll tell you what, in the Predictions League I really didn't have this down as 0-0... 

    I know Tottenham don't concede often but Bournemouth scored six last weekend against Hull - I did not expect a 0-0 here.