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Newcastle vs Sheffield Wednesday live broadcast: where to watch on Dec 26

December 25, 2016 By Andrew Amoth Wandola
Here is where and when to watch Newcastle vs Sheffield Wednesday live on TV or online.

Broadcast info

Who is playing: England Championship leaders Newcastle United play Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship on Boxing Day in a must-win encounter for both sides.  Rafa Benitez's men have a one-point lead on the table, and will be hoping to secure a win in order to increase the gap against second-placed Brighton. Sheffield, on the other hand, sit on the sixth spot with 37 points and a comfortable win could take them up to the second third spot. 

What time: On December 26, 11:45 am PST/ 14:45 EST/ 19:45 GMT/ 20:45 CET

Which stadium: At the 54,405-seater St. James Park stadium in Newcastle, England.

Which channels:

In the USA on fuboTV, beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A., beIN SPORTS USA

In Canada on fuboTV Canada, beIN Sports Canada, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada

In the UK on BBC Radio 5 Live Extra, Sky Sports 1/HD UK, SKY GO Extra, Sky Go UK

*View up-to-date global listings

Match facts

  • The hosts have scored in each of their last 12 league games vs the Owls
  • Sheffield have not beaten Newcastle in their last six league games
  • Benitez's men have won just two of their last 14 games played on Boxing Day
  • The visitors have won three and drawn one of their last four matches played on Boxing Day

Team news

Newcastle United

Midfielder Jack Colback could return after recovering from an eye probblem. Rob Elliot is could also feature for the league leaders after suffeirng a long-term knee injury.

Sheffield Wednesday

Fernando Forestieri returns after serving his three-match ban but he will have to fight for a starting place against Steven Fletcher and Lucass Joao. Players who could miss this tie include Almen Abdi, Barry Bannan, Gary Hooper and Will Buckley. 

Match forecast

The Mapgies are in desperate win here thanks to the stiff competition for the first-place. Although they currently sit at the top, failure to register maximumm points could see the ex-Premier Legue club drop to the second spot. Even without their key midfielder Jonjo Shelvey, who is serving a five-game ban for misconduct, Newcastle should be able to beat Carlos Carvalhal's men in this tie. 

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