The Gunners enter this tie on the back of their frustrating loss at Porto and should expect another tricky test when the Magpies visit the Emirates Stadium.

Where can I watch Arsenal vs. Newcastle live on TV?

This game will not be televized in the USA. Those in the UK can tune in to TNT Sports 1. In Australia, Optus Sport has got fans of the Premier League covered with their coverage of this tie. If you live elsewhere, please check our dedicated match page for further information on how to follow this game live on TV in your country.

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Fans in the USA can stream this clash exclusviely on Peacock. Meanwhile, UK fans can tune in to discovery+ and the discovery+ app while those in Canada need a fuboTV Canada subscription to watch this game live. Optus Sport, once again, has fans in Australia covered. If you live elsewhere, please check our dedicated match page for further information on how to stream this game live in your country. 


All eyes will be on Arsenal in Matchweek 26 of the Premier League campaign, which kicks off on Saturday, as the North London giants welcome rivals Newcastle in a highly-anticipated showdown. The Gunners will be aiming for a return to winning ways and revenge over the Magpies in this 3 p.m. ET clash.

Mikel Arteta's men have been on a roll in the Premier League so far this calendar year, winning five straight games and scoring a whopping 21 goals. Despite this, the Premier League heavyweights still enter this game on the back of a deflating defeat, with that loss happening on Wednesday in the first leg of their UEFA Champions League round of 16 match-up against Porto.

The Gunners headed to Estádio do Dragão as favorites but were beaten 1-0 thanks to a wondergoal from Galeno in the game's final minutes. Arsenal struggled throughout the 90 minutes to break down the Dragons' aggressive mid-block and were thus dealt a bitter reminder of the cruelty of European football.

The tie is not yet over, however. The Gunners will welcome Porto to the Emirates Stadium for the 2nd leg in just over two weeks but that result has re-introduced concern back into the club. Even more concerning, the Gunners could face a similar tactic from Newcastle, and given how they fared against Porto, Saka and Co. will likely be in for a tricky test.

The Community Shield winners have dropped back down to third in the table, sitting a point behind defending champions Manchester City. The Cityzens visit Bournemouth on Saturday and are expected to win, meaning Arsenal cannot afford to drop points.

Additionally, Liverpool are five points ahead at the top of the table but have played a game extra. The Merseyside giants will not be in action this weekend as they will face Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday, meaning the Gunners must win this tie to keep up pace in the title race.

Newcastle, on the flip side, will look to pull off a repeat of their previous encounter with Arsenal earlier in the season when Eddie Howe's side beat the English giants 1-0, albeit under a wave of controversy.

Anthony Gordon scored the only goal of the game, though Arsenal fans, the players, and the manager felt that goal should not have stood. Regardless, the Suadi-owned outfit came away with the three points.

However, things have been rough for the Magpies since then. Not only did they crash out of the UEFA Champions League but Newcastle went on to win only four of their subsequent 15 fixtures following that brilliant victory.

Trippier and Co. have since steadied the ship, going on a five-game unbeaten run over the past month that saw them win three matches while drawing an additional two. Nonetheless, the visitors still find themselves in eighth with 37 points, a whopping 12 points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa.

As a result, Newcastle are facing a losing battle to qualify for UEFA Champions League football for the second year running. A win at the Emirates Stadium would boost their odds but they will have to overcome one of Europe's best teams to do that.

Team news

Arsenal: Fabio Vieira made the trip to Porto but was an unused sub and is unlikely to start as he builds his fitness. Thomas Partey could also make the squad after returning to training but that is not a certainty and he will not start even if he gets the green light. Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko, and Takehiro Tomiyasu have not yet returned while Jurrien Timber continues his recovery from an ACL injury.

Newcastle: Callum Wilson is unavailable while Alexander Isak remains a doubt, meaning the Magpies could be without a striker for this game. Joe Willock and Fabian Schar could feature in this game but Nick Pope, Sandro Tonali, Matt Targett, Joelinton, and Elliot Anderson are all unavailable.

Key stats

  • Newcastle look to complete the Premier League double over Arsenal for the first time since 1994-95 and only the second time in history.

  • The Gunners have scored in only one game in their last four encounters with the Magpies.

  • However, the North London giants have recorded 30 clean sheets against Newcastle, the most by any club against another team in Premier League history.

  • Eddie Howe's men have failed to score in their last seven trips to the Emirates Stadium.

  • Arsenal have not lost at home to Newcastle since November 2010.

  • The Gunners were also on a 10-game winning streak against the Saudi-owned side at the Emirates Stadium until last season's goalless draw.

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Arsenal 4 - 1 Newcastle United

February 24, 2024 3:00pmEmirates Stadium (London)

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