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Live Reporting

By Mandeep Sanghera

All times stated are UK

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    West Ham 1-1 Stoke

    That's it. The points are shared here. 

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    There'll be four minutes of added time.

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    Stoke midfeidler Charlie Adam thinks a free-kick is going in before Hammers keeper Adrian claws it away.

    Charlie Adams takes a free kick
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    Michail Antonio tries to get on the end of a Dimitri Payet cross but keeper Lee Grant gathers before he can get there. Antonio thought he was pulled back by Erik Pieters as he tried to get to the ball.


    West Ham 1-1 Stoke

    Stoke bring on Mame Biram Diouf for Ramadan Sobhi.

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    West Ham's opener has now been given as a Glenn Whelan own goal.

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    Bojan Krkic

    West Ham keeper Adrian has a nightmare. Stoke forward Jon Walters latches on to a ball on the right side of the Hammers area, he loops a cross into the box but is taken out by Adrian as Krkic powers in a shot.

    Referee Andre Marriner might have given a penalty if Bojan hadn't scored but allows the goal to stand and gives Adrian a yellow card.

    Krkic scores for Stoke
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    West Ham 1-0 Stoke

    Stoke cause some anxious moments in the West ham area with a free-kick which comes off a combination of Potters defender Bruno Martins Indi and Hammers midfielder Pedro Obiang before keeper Adrian kicks the ball clear.


    West Ham 1-0 Stoke

    Stoke pair Glenn Whelan and Wilfried Bony make way as Bojan Krkic and Peter Couch come on.

    Substitutes come on for Stoke
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    Michail Antonio

    What a change that was by Hammers boss Slaven Bilic. He brought on two subs and moved Antonio up front and it immediately paid off. Dimitri Payet provided the cross and Antonio the finish with a glanced header which went in off the near post.

    Antonio celebrates scoring for West Ham

    West Ham 0-0 Stoke

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic makes a couple of changes. Manuel Lanzini and Andre Ayew are replaced by Ashley Fletcher and Edimilson Fernandes. 

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    Stoke keeper Lee Grant saves a well-struck Pedro Obiang strike which appears to have taken a slight deflection.

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    West Ham keeper Adrian drops a Charlie Adam corner but team-mate Cheikhou Kouyate is on hand to clear. Phil Bardsley picks the ball up about 40 yards out and tries a shot which isn't too far off target but goes just wide. And, yes, 40 yards out.

    West Ham keeper Adrian drops a catch
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    West Ham 0-0 Stoke

    Pedro Obiang pulls off a great challenge to steal the ball from Stoke midfielder Joe Allen as the Potters look to launch an attack. Very much the story of the game so far as neither side have been able to break off the defensive shackles of their opponents. 

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    No changes for either side during the break.

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    West Ham 0-0 Stoke

    Right, here we go again. Let's hope it's better than the first half...

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    West Ham 0-0 Stoke

    West Ham have had more of the ball but Stoke have carried more threat in the final third...

    West Ham v Stoke

    West Ham 0-0 Stoke

    Dimitri Payet's free-kick is the last action of a half in which there were just two shots on target - one for each side. Stoke defender Phil Bardsley looks like he's winding Payet up on the way to the tunnel. I wonder if he'll pay for that later.

    Payet's free kick goes over the bar
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    Ryan Shawcross concedes a foul on Manuel Lanzini in Dimitri Payet-range. The Frenchman steps up to take it from a central position just outside the area and hits a good strike but his effort goes just high.