Man Utd XI: Henderson, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Telles, McTominay, Pogba, Greenwood, Van de Beek, Martial, Cavani.
Subs: Grant, Tuanzebe, Williams, Matic, Mata, Fernandes, Rashford.
West Ham XI: Fabianski, Coufal, Balbuena, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Masuaku, Rice, Soucek, Bowen, Fornals, Haller.
Subs: Randolph, Diop, Johnson, Noble, Snodgrass, Lanzini, Benrahma.
Hello and welcome to our coverage of today's Premier League clash between West Ham and Manchester United, live from the London Stadium – where 2,000 lucky supporters will be in attendance, for the first time this season
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Bowen looking lively down the right. His deflected shot falls into the path of Fornals, who tries to beat Henderson at the near post, but the goalkeeper stays big and passes his first assignment.
Manchester United look to take the sting out of West Ham with their first spell of possession, but are guilty of gifting the ball back to the hosts, who are sharper in the opening exchanges.
Masuaku sends a long throw into the box and Manchester United take an age to clear their lines, with Maguire and Pogba trying and failing to head clear. Eventually they manage to clear the danger, breaking through Telles down the left.
NO GOAL! West Ham have the ball in the back of the net as Bowen latches onto Coufal's ball over the top and drills the ball into the bottom corner past the outstretched leg of Henderson. The offside flag is up immediately, though, and it's the correct decision.
Manchester United have another spell of possession without ever looking like getting into a position where they could hurt West Ham. Cavani has a touch wide on the left, Pogba is operating around halfway, areas where West Ham will like to keep them all evening.
Van de Beek and Pogba play their way out nicely from the back, with Pogba's diagonal releasing Cavani into acres of space down the left. He's isolated and quickly surrounded by claret and blue shirts, and his back-heel is easily cut out after Martial fails to make the run into space.
Chance! First attempt on goal for Manchester United as Martial's shot deflects out for a corner.
One or two signs that Manchester United have woken from their early slumber as they win another corner, with Ogbonna turning Telles' cross behind.
Maguire gets away with one big time, as his clear hand ball right in front of the linesman while dealing with a routine long ball goes unpunished. David Moyes is understandably and visibly annoyed – that would have given his side a free-kick in a decent position.
Rice does well to break up an attack in midfield before releasing Masuaku away down the left, where West Ham win a corner.
Close! The closest we've come to a breakthrough this evening as Bowen brilliantly runs clear of McTominay and Telles before delivering a perfect ball to the back post. Fornals has peeled away and sends a powerful header towards goal that the West Ham fans think has found the back of the net, but it nestles in the side-netting.
POST! West Ham inches away from taking the lead. Again it's Bowen who creates the opening, drifting across the Manchester United box before picking out Haller 10 yards out. He shifts the ball along to Fornals who has to improvise with a toe-poke towards goal. Henderson is beaten is beaten but fortune favour the visiting goalkeeper as the shot comes back off the post and into his arms.
Block! West Ham carve through Manchester United again, with Haller picking out Bowen - who has switched flanks - with a deep cross to the far post. He shifts inside onto his right foot and sees his shot blocked behind for a corner.
GOAL! West Ham make the breakthrough - and you cannot say they don't deserve it. The Manchester United defending is non-existent as Rice simply flicks the corner on at the near post, and Tomas Soucek bundles the ball over the line from close range.
Nearly a second! Fornals plays Haller through on goal and the offside flag stays down. He rounds Henderson and shows great composure to evade two defenders, but loses his footing at the crucial moment as Henderson smothers the ball.
Save! Martial looks to restore parity with a drill effort towards the top corner after cutting in off the left, but Fabianski - who has been a bystander all evening - leaps high to his right to tip the effort behind.
One minute of added time at the end of the half.
Substitution: Confirmation of that double change for United. Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford are on in place of Donny van de Beek and Edinson Cavani.
KICK OFF: We're back underway for the second half. Solskjaer has made a half-time double change!
HALF TIME: West Ham go into the break with a deserved but narrow lead. Moyes will be delighted with his side but there's plenty for Ole to think about in the interval.
There's already more intent and authority on the ball with Fernandes pulling the strings in midfield and Rashford a willing runner down the left.
Huge chance! West Ham really should be 2-0 up here.
Haller finds Coufal in acres of space on the overlap and the right-backs passes up the chance to shoot by playing a ball across the face of goal. It proves to be the wrong decision, with Bowen unable to find the target at full stretch as Manchester United get away with one.
Chance! Rashford, Greenwood and Fernandes swarm forward in attack. The move ends with Greenwood swivelling and getting a shot away from 18 yards, but it strikes Martial and Fabianski cleans up the ball.
Wide! Rashford breaks down the right and picks out McTominay in space on the edge of the box. He leathers a shot towards goals which misses the target by a matter of inches as it nestles in the side-netting.
Wide! Lovely football from Manchester United as Rashford is found in space on the left. He drives at Coufal and shifts the ball quite brilliantly past the right-back before seeing his near-post drive deflect behind for a corner.
Substitution: Third and final change for Manchester United as Juan Mata replaces Martial.
GOAL! Pogba! United are level! Henderson launches a long punt down the touchline which releases Fernandes into space. He gets his head up and finds the late-arriving Paul Pogba, who curls a sublime effort into the top corner.
VAR has a lengthy look at that goal but it stands.
GOAL! And just like that United – who have been second best for most of the game – are in front! Fernandes' flicks finds Telles out in space on the left and his cross finds Mason Greenwood in the West Ham area. The ball is behind the teenager but his improvises exquisitely, bringing the ball down with one touch before rifling a second past Fabianski.
POST! Manchester United should be out of sight, with it now West Ham's turn to fall to pieces at the back. Fernandes is found in a pocket of space and his stunning through ball sends Rashford racing through on goal. He just has Fabianski to beat, and he does, but the woodwork comes to the Hammers' rescue.
Rashford carries the ball all of 80 yards from his own box all the way to the edge of the West Ham area, where he is sent crashing to ground by Rice. The West Ham skipper got a clear touch on the ball though, and the play is allowed to continue momentarily before being paused so the Manchester United striker can receive treatment.
Substitution: Double change for West Ham as Benrahma and Lanzini replace Fornals and Bowen.
GOAL! And that should seal another second-half comeback for Manchester United! The substitutes combine as Mata's first-time pass sends Marcus Rashford through on goal, and this time his makes no mistake with a beautiful lofted finish over the goalkeeper.
From that right-wing corner which United half clear, Benrahma picks up possession on the left edge of the box, before curling an effort inches over the bar with Henderson struggling.
Save! Cresswell bends the resulting free kick round the side of the wall, forcing Henderson into an excellent fingertip stop.
Substitution: Coufal is replaced by Johnson for the hosts.
Chance! West Ham work the ball around nicely, before Rice strides forward and tests Henderson with a well-struck shot from 25 yards out that takes a slight deflection on its way through to Henderson, who gathers comfortably.
There will be five minutes of added time here.
FULL TIME: Another weekend, another come-from-behind win for Manchester United. West Ham had the better chances in the first half but ultimately, United's win a deserved one! It finished West Ham 1-3 Man United.