Both Newcastle and Manchester City will be hoping to pick up a win as they face off in the EFL Cup third round on Wednesday, September 27th.

Both Newcastle United and Manchester City will be looking to build on their respective wins last weekend as they lock horns in the third round of the EFL Cup on Wednesday. The Magpies come into this match currently sitting in eighth place and will be full of confidence after cruising to a record-setting 8-0 win over Sheffield United. Eddie Howe's team had eight different goal-scorers on the sheet during a brilliant showing that was in stark contrast to their dismal display during their dull scoreless stalemate against AC Milan in the Champions League.

Newcastle, who secured a top four finish and thus Champions League football for the first time in over two decades, started this season off on rocky footing, with three losses from their first four games. However, they have since turned things around, with their thrashing of Sheffield preceded by a gritty 1-0 result against Brentford. As such, despite the tricky test that will be in store when Manchester City come to town, they nonetheless will be hopeful of causing their fair share of troubles for Pep Guardiola's men.

Meanwhile, Manchester City earned a 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest, but Rodri's lack of self control forced them to play much of the game with ten men. As such, City were unable to really extend their advantage and instead focused on protecting their two goal advantage to make it six wins from six games. The reigning Premier League champions are the only team still boasting a 100 per cent winning record to start the season, and save for their loss on penalties to Arsenal in the Community Shield last month, have won each and every single one of their subsequent eight games across all competitions.

Team news: Newcastle United vs Manchester City

Newcastle United: Joelinton, Joe Willock, Emil Krafth, and Harvey Barnes are out for the home side.

Manchester City: Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Mateo Kovacic, and John Stones will miss this game due to injury, while Rodri is banned for this game after picking up a red card during his team's 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest.

Match facts: Newcastle United vs Manchester City

  • Manchester City have won eight of their last nine meetings with Newcastle across all comps
  • The Cityzens have also kept clean sheets in seven of their last nine games against Newcastle across all comps

Broadcast info: Newcastle United vs Manchester City

How can I watch Newcastle United vs Manchester City live?

USA: Fans in the USA can live-stream Newcastle United vs Manchester City via ESPN+.

UK: Viewers in the UK have several options to watch this game on TV as well as live stream it via Sky Ultra HD, Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football, and SKY GO Extra.

Canada: DAZN will be live-streaming this game in Canada.

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Newcastle United 1 - 0 Manchester City

September 27, 2023 3:00pmSt. James' Park (Newcastle upon Tyne)

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