Filed: Saturday, 5th November 2005
By: Matthew O'Greel
West Ham have enjoyed the better of a tight first half at Upton Park - but the game remains deadlocked at the break.
Chances fell to both sides in the opening 45 minutes but it was West Ham who created the better opportunities in an entertaining half.
Teddy Sheringham, Hayden Mullins and Yossi Benayoun all spurned good chances to give the Hammers the lead; Sheringham volleying over from close range, Hayden Mullins missing a sitter and Benayoun having a effort scrambled off the line following an initial effort by Marlon Harewood.
Chief danger at the opposite end was Kamara, who wasted two good chances - the clearest being a free header from no more than six yards out which he aimed directly at West Ham's stand-in goalkeeper Shaka Hislop.
More to follow at the final whistle.
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