Newcastle United v Everton - NewsNow The global TV listings are featured below for local (to you) coverage on Tuesday (7.45pm (UK) kick-off). Newcastle United are finally back in Premier
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Fit-again Raphael Varane has recently made the bench, in the games against Everton and Omonia, while Victor Lindelof and Lisandro Martinez have performed well as a pairing in his absence. Scott McTominay will miss the game through suspension, after accumulating five yellow cards so far this season. On-loan goalkeeper Martin Dubravka is ineligible to face his parent club. THE OPPOSITIONCurrently managed by former Bournemouth boss Howe, renewed optimsm has surrounded St. James Park since October 2021 when the news broke about a successful takeover from the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia. Posting a solid 11th-placed finish last season, Newcastle heavily backed their 44-year-old boss in the summer transfer window, bringing in the likes of Alexander Isak, Sven Botman and Nick Pope.
The Reds will no doubt be heavily tested by a side now looking to kick on after starting the season strongly. FORM GUIDE Entering into the clash without a defeat since August, Newcastle will hope to continue their form in Sunday's showdown at the Theatre of Dreams. They impressively defeated Thomas Frank's Brentford side 5-1 last weekend with Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimaraes scoring twice. Miguel Almiron is the team's current top goalscorer this season with four strikes to his name, whilst tricky winger Allan Saint-Maximin will no doubt be one to watch across the afternoon. HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORDThe two teams have met 173 times in the past, with the Reds coming out on top in 90 of them.
Look for Sven Botman and goalkeeper Nick Pope to get more and more praise alongside Kieran Trippier as the season moves along toward the World Cup. Everton’s star has been Alex Iwobi, who may well stand alongside Mason Mount as the most impressive player development under Frank Lampard in the manager’s young career. Newcastle team news, injuries, lineup optionsQUESTIONABLE: Allan Saint-Maximin (thigh). OUT: Matt Ritchie (calf), Emil Krafth (knee), Karl Darlow (ankle), Alexander Isak (thigh)Everton team news, injuries, lineup optionsOUT: Ben Godfrey (calf), Andros Townsend (knee), Nathan Patterson (ankle), Yerry Mina (foot)More Premier League Zaha, Eze lead Crystal Palace comeback win over Wolves Nottingham Forest frustrates Brighton, moves out of Premier League cellar Harry Kane scores again as Tottenham controls Everton in 2-0 win (video) Follow @NicholasMendolaNewcastle vs Everton live: How to watch, stream link, team news originally appeared on NBCSports.
The Toffees ended a four-match winless run against Newcastle the last time these two met up, and could use a win on Wednesday for breathing room above the bottom three. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Newcastle vs Everton. [ MORE: How to watch Premier League in USA] How to watch Newcastle vs Everton live, stream link and start timeKick off: 2:30pm ET, Wednesday TV channel/online: Stream via Peacock PremiumKey storylines & star playersNewcastle had been buzzing along in attack until last week, when the scoreless draw against Manchester United at Old Trafford showed the strength of its defense.
Newcastle vs Everton Live Stream: How to watch - GiveMeSport What channel is the Newcastle match on? The Newcastle United v Everton game will be shown live on Amazon Prime Video. Back to
MUTV's coverage, which also includes a half-time show and live radio commentary, will also be available on ManUtd. com and in the United App. Team news will arrive at 13:00 BST, one hour before kick-off at 14:00, so make sure you stay across our official media throughout the day. TEAM NEWSDonny van de Beek, Aaron Wan Bissaka and Harry Maguire look set to miss Sunday's game, while Anthony Martial remains a doubt heading into the weekend.
Newcastle vs Everton: Latest updates, team news, score for Premier League clashLive BlogMAGPIES & TOFFEES 9:11 ET, Oct 17 2022Updated: 9:33 ET, Oct 18 2022NEWCASTLE look to continue their fine Premier League form as they face Everton in the Premier League on Wednesday night. The Magpies drew 0-0 with Man Utd at Old Trafford on Sunday as they extended their unbeaten run to five games, while Everton lost 2-0 to Tottenham on Saturday.
Newcastle vs Everton live: How to watch, stream link, team newsNewcastle United looks to continue its early-season push for a top-four place when it hosts improving Everton at St. James’ Park on Wednesday (watch live, 2:30pm ET Wednesday online via Peacock Premium). The Magpies are one four remaining teams to have lost just once in Premier League play this season, drawing six times, but have added consecutive blowout wins to their record in recent matchweeks. STREAM LIVE NEWCASTLE vs EVERTONEverton’s lost two-straight since going unbeaten in seven across all competitions, but those losses were to Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
How to follow United v Newcastle liveSkip to Main NavigationSkip to contentFriday 14 October 2022 13:00Manchester United return to Premier League action on Sunday afternoon, bidding to continue our recent rich run of form against Newcastle United (14:00 BST). Having successfully seen off Omonia Nicosia in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday evening, it's another quick turnaround for Erik ten Hag's men who have an action-packed October to contend with.
Recording three straight victories has been an impressive response from United since the derby defeat to Manchester City at the beginning of the month, and the Reds will be looking to make it four on the spin when Eddie Howe's side visit us this weekend. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the game…HOW TO FOLLOW Our clash with the Magpies will not be broadcast live on TV in the UK, with Sky Sports opting to cover Aston Villa v Chelsea and then Liverpool v Manchester City instead. You can, however, watch exclusive build-up on club media from 12:55 BST.
Newcastle United On TV | Newcastle Fixtures On TV UK While Frank Lampard wouldn't have expected to get much, if anything, from games against Man Utd and Tottenham, the last thing the Toffees