Both Newcastle United and Manchester United will be hoping to put their respective Champions League disappointments behind them when they lock horns at St. James's Park on Saturday.
The Magpies, who are in back in their first Champions League competition in two decades, put up a great fight against PSG, only to have to settle for a draw after Les Parisiens were given a rather controversial penalty at the Parc des Princes midweek. Still, Eddie Howes's side are not out of the tournament just yet, with their five points seeing them in third spot. As such, if they can beat Milan on matchday six and hope that Dortmund do them a huge favor and beat PSG, the Magpies will be able to pip Les Parisiens to a round of 16 spot.
Their crunch clash against Milan will be taking place in about a fortnight's time, so for now, Newcastle will be firmly focused on continuing to work their way up the table. They come into this match having recorded a resounding 4-1 win over Chelsea last round and presently sit in seventh spot having won three of their last five Premier League games.
Meanwhile, Manchester United will also be looking to rebound after a poor result in the Champions League midweek. It all seemed to be going well for the Red Devils, who desperately needed a win to keep their Champions League dreams afloat when they faced Galatasary midweek. However, two horrible errors from under-fire shot-stopper Andre Onana contributed to the team dropping two vital points and now, the Red Devils will need to refocus as they turn their attention back to domestic affairs.
Despite their struggles in the Champions League, Manchester United have seen some better results in the Premier League, as they come into this game having won four of their last five games and three on the spin. Yet, they have not had the best of luck against Newcastle in recent times, with losses in their last two meetings. Indeed, should the Red Devils lose on Saturday, it will mark the first time in over a century that Newcastle have been able to win three games in a row across all competitions against Manchester United.
Team news: Newcastle United vs Manchester United
Newcastle United: The hosts have a massive injury crisis, with Harvey Barnes, Jacob Murphy, Elliot Anderson, Callum Wilson, Dan Burn, Joe Willock, Matt Targett, Javier Manquillo, Sven Botman, and Sean Longstaff all ruled out for this game, while Sandro Tonali is serving a long-term ban due to his involvement in a betting scheme.
Manchester United: The visitors are also dealing with a host of absentees. Casemiro, Jonny Evans, Christian Eriksen, Amad Diallo, Lisandro Martinez, and Tyrell Malacia are all still out, while Mason Mount recently returned to training but is highly unlikely to get involved here. Meanwhile, Jadon Sancho continues to be exiled from the first team due to disciplinary issues, but Antony could make the bench if declared fit.
Match facts: Newcastle United vs Manchester United
- Newcastle are hoping to make it a third consecutive win over Manchester United this Saturday...
- ...should that come to pass, it will mark the first time in over a century that the Magpies have recorded three straight wins against the Red Devils
- Manchester United have won their last four away games in the Premier League
Broadcast info: Newcastle United vs Manchester United
How can I watch Newcastle United vs Manchester United live?
USA: Fans in the USA have plenty of options to watch Newcastle United vs Manchester United live, which kicks off at 3 pm EST (12 pm PST). The game will be shown on TV on USA Network, while live-streaming options include nbcsports.com, the NBC Sports App, fuboTV, and Sling TV.
In addition, fans can also follow the game via radio using Sirius XM FC.
UK: If you live in the UK and are not traveling to St. James's Park to watch the game live, you still have plenty of choices. The game will be shown on TV on TNT Sports 1, while it will be live-streamed on TNT Sports Ultimate, discovery+, and the discovery+ App. In addition, TalkSport Radio UK will provide audio commentary for this game.
Australia: Viewers in Australia can follow the match via Optus Sport.
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