Crystal Palace goes 5th with draw at Bournemouth
BOURNEMOUTH: Crystal Palace extended its unbeaten run in the Premier League to five games to move above Manchester United in the standings after drawing 0-0 at Bournemouth on Saturday.
The point takes Alan Pardew's side to 30, one more than United in sixth.
Palace went closest to scoring in the first half when Damien Delaney had a shot cleared off the line by Simon Francis.
Fraizer Campbell then shot narrowly over for Palace.
Host Bournemouth, which itself went into the match with three straight victories, had chances through midfielder Eunan O'Kane, while Matt Richie also headed wide inside the penalty area.
Bournemouth is now 14th with 20 points.