Newcastle United vs Norwich City: How To Watch Free TV channel, live stream, H2H, team news – Premier League preview

Newcastle United vs Norwich City: How To Watch Free TV channel, live stream, H2H, team news – Premier League preview

Newcastle United welcome Norwich City to St James’ Park on Saturday, with the house side looking to avoid being sucked back to the relegation battle.

Norwich are currently bottom of the Premier League, 13 points adrift of Steve Bruce’s side in 14th, 

but the Canaries did beat Newcastle handily within the reverse fixture last August.

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Newcastle were held to a 2-2 draw on the road by Everton the last match-day. the way of the draw was as sweet as a win for the Magpies. 

They were trailing 2-0 even late into the injury time, when Florian Lejeune scored twice within the span of sixty seconds to salvage some extent for his team.

Elsewhere, Norwich were defeated on the road by Tottenham, with a 2-1 scoreline. The loss another time highlighted the struggles of the team faraway from home.

Norwich were winless in 20 of their last 25 overall fixtures. Of the entire five wins during this stretch, 

two had are available the FA Cup, and one had come against fellow relegation-battler, Bournemouth.

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Norwich’s form faraway from Carrow Road has been a specific cause for concern, 

with the club learning just five points and one win on their travels and scoring just six goals from 12 matches.

Farke’s team have picked up five points from their past six games but played well in their most up-to-date away defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.

They will also hope to require confidence from their run to the fifth round of the FA Cup after they secured a 2-1 convert Burnley at the weekend.

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Newcastle United vs Norwich City Team News

Newcastle still be ravaged by injury, with Jack Colback, Ki Sung-Yueng, Paul Dummett, Jetro Willems, Yoshinori Muto,

 Emil Krafth, Florian Lejeune, Javi Manquillo, Dwight Gayle and Jonjo Shelvey all ruled out.

Manquillo, Gayle and Shelvey are expected back next month, while Ki is additionally closing in on a return.

Finally, Andy Carroll may be a doubt for Saturday’s game due to a hip flexor problem.

Norwich are going to be without Ben Godfrey as he continues to serve his suspension 

following the red card he received against Bournemouth, while Timm Klose is once more ruled out.

There also are doubts over Ibrahim Amadou and Emiliano Buendia, 

but Todd Cantwell should play despite suffering a small hamstring strain.

Newcastle could give debuts to their new loan signings, with left-back Danny Rose definitely set to be involved.

The Magpies are still missing several players, including top scorer Jonjo Shelvey, 

who faces another few weeks out with a hamstring injury.

Norwich’s Todd Cantwell is fit after sustaining a hamstring problem within the last league game.

Emi Buendia and Ibrahim Amadou also are available after respective thigh and knee injuries.

Newcastle United vs Norwich City Line Up

Newcastle United possible starting lineup:
Dubravka; Hayden, Fernandez, Lascelles, Clark, Ritchie; Almiron, S Longstaff, M Longstaff, Saint-Maximin; Joelinton

Norwich City possible starting lineup:
Krul; Aarons, Zimmermann, Hanley, Byram; Rupp, McLean; Buendia, Duda, Cantwell; Pukki

Newcastle United vs Norwich City Head-to-head (h2h)

Since 2004, not one game has been won by a team on the road.

In fact, 11 of the previous 14 fixtures saw the teams reception delivering the win.

The teams that hosted the fixtures have scored a complete of 18 goals from the past five h2h meetings.

Since 2004, Newcastle have won every single encounter at this stadium.




How to watch Newcastle United vs Norwich City

The match will not be broadcast live in the UK.

You can follow all the action with NewGersy Sport’s LIVE blog, however.

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Match Details:
 
Premier League
Newcastle United vs Norwich City
3:00pm Saturday 1st February
St James’ Park, Newcastle

Source: premierleague.com

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