Is Newcastle vs Crystal Palace on TV? Team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash | The Sun
NEWCASTLE face Crystal Palace in their next Premier League clash TODAY.
The Magpies lost 2-1 at the death against Liverpool on Wednesday night despite new signing Alexander Isak scoring on his debut.
Eddie Howe's men will be out to pick up a bounce back victory against Palace, who drew 1-1 with Brentford on Tuesday.
And Isak will be hopeful he can put in another strong performance in front of the Magpies faithful in his home debut.
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What time does Newcastle vs Crystal Palace kick off?
- Newcastle's clash with Crystal Palace will get underway from 3pm UK time on Saturday, September 3.
- The game will be held at St James' Park.
- The last time the two sides met, Newcastle came out on top 1-0 winners.
Is it on TV and can it be live streamed?
- Unfortunately for Newcastle and Palace fans, the game will NOT be available to watch on TV due to the 3pm blackout rule.
- However, you can keep up with all the action throughout the game right here on SunSport.
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Newcastle are still without Emil Krafth for the long term and they're set to continue without Callum Wilson due to a thigh injury.
Allan Saint-Maximin is also out with a hamstring problem, but Bruno Guimaraes could make a return.
Palace don't have any fresh injury worries but they're still without James Tomkins, James McArthur and Jack Butland.
Odsonne Edouard could regain his starting place in favour of Jean-Philippe Mateta.
- Newcastle – EVS
- Draw – 5/2
- Crystal Palace – 29/10
*Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication.
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