Manchester United v West Ham United, 05 December 2015

Score0-0
RefereeMark Clattenburg
CompetitionPremier League
VenueOld Trafford
Attendance75,350
Manchester United were now unbeaten in their last 14 Premier League meetings with West Ham United (won 11). Kick-off: 3.00pm

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper David De Gea
Defender Matteo Darmian
Defender Paddy McNair
Defender Chris Smalling
Defender/Midfielder Daley Blind
Defender/Midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin
Midfielder Marouane Fellaini
Midfielder Juan Mata
Midfielder Jesse Lingard
Midfielder/Forward Anthony Martial

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Adrián
Defender Angelo Ogbonna
Defender James Tomkins
Defender/Centre back Winston Reid
Defender/Midfielder Cheikhou Kouyaté
Defender/Left back Aaron Cresswell
Midfielder Mark Noble
Midfielder Alex Song
Midfielder/Forward Victor Moses
Forward Andy Carroll
Forward Mauro Zárate

Substitutions:

Michael Carrick for Morgan Schneiderlin 44
Guillermo Varela for Paddy McNair 46
Memphis Depay for Bastian Schweinsteiger 73

Substitutions:

Michail Antonio for Victor Moses 37
Pedro Obiang for Alex Song 78
Carl Jenkinson for Mauro Zárate 88

Cards:

Michael Carrick 85 Y

Cards:

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Sergio Romero
Defender Guillermo Varela
Defender/Midfielder/Forward Ashley Young
Midfielder Andreas Pereira
Midfielder Michael Carrick
Midfielder Memphis Depay

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Darren Randolph
Defender Carl Jenkinson
Defender/Centre back James M Collins
Defender/Midfielder Reece Oxford
Midfielder Pedro Obiang
Midfielder/Forward Michail Antonio
Forward Nikica Jelavic

Comments:

League position: 4th Manchester United had now kept nine clean sheets so far in this Premier League season. They only managed 11 in the whole of the 2014-15 season. Five of United's last nine games in all competitions had now ended goalless. In all competitions, they had now kept eight clean sheets in their last nine home games and now drawn seven of their last ten games.

Comments:

League position: 6th West Ham United narrowly failed in their attempt to become the first-ever team to win at Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United in the same Premier League season. The Hammers had now taken 14 points from away games in this campaign. They only secured 16 points from away games during the previous season. They had failed to keep a clean sheet in any of their last nine Premier League games.