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Everton v Newcastle live stream: Where to watch tonight’s Premier League match online

By James Amey

Published: 10:14, 7 December 2023

Everton welcome Newcastle to Goodison Park for a Premier League clash this evening at 7:30pm (UK time).

How to live stream Everton v Newcastle online:

UK: Amazon Prime Video are streaming this week’s Premier League fixtures live for account holders. Those without an Amazon Prime account already can take advantage of their 30-day free trial by following the simple steps below.

  1. Click on this link.
  2. Click ‘Start Your Free Trial’ and enter your details.
  3. Log in and pick your desired match to watch.

Where to watch Everton v Newcastle on TV:

  • UK: Amazon Prime Video
  • US: Peacock

Everton v Newcastle odds

EVERTON VS NEWCASTLE
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Team
Everton
Draw
Newcastle

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Despite problems off the pitch that has seen them be deducted 10 points and plunged back into the relegation zone, Everton have started to pick up some form in the Premier League, winning four and drawing one of their seven matches after starting the campaign with four defeats from their first five games. The Toffees made it three straight away wins with a 1-0 victory over Nottingham Forest last weekend, moving to within two points behind Luton in 17th. However, despite impressing on the road, it’s at Goodison Park that the Toffees have struggled so far this season, picking up just one win and one draw from their seven league matches, falling to a 3-0 defeat to Manchester United last time out.

Newcastle, meanwhile, have picked themselves up from a 2-0 defeat to Bournemouth before the international break with back-to-back wins against ‘Big Six’ sides Chelsea and Manchester United.  This has helped their quest for another top four finish hugely, despite a host of injury problems. Nick Pope was the latest to see himself sidelined, with a shoulder problem expected to keep himself out for the next 2-3 months, joining the likes of Harvey Barnes, Joe Willock, Sven Botman, Callum Wilson, Sean Longstaff, Elliot Anderson, Dan Burn, Jacob Murphy, Javier Manquillo, Matt Targett and Sandro Tonali watching from the stands.

Another player that has seen his game time limited in recent seasons is Everton’s Dele Alli, who for a host of reasons, including mental health issues that the club has helped him work through, hasn’t featured for the Toffees since August 2022. However, that be about to change soon, with Sean Dyche giving some positive news about his return.

“He’s feeling great” Everton’s manager confirmed.

“Dele is going well. He’s on the grass but not with us yet. “He’s back fully on the grass with the sports science side, fitness, going through football-related drills but the actual freedom to come and join in with us he’s not there yet. Hopefully over the next week he’ll start slowly blending in.

“He’s still got a bit to go because obviously he’s been out a long time, he needs game programme and all that. To get him back on with us would be really pleasing. “He’s so unlucky, the last time 12-13 weeks ago he was really unlucky for the damage that was done but the good news is it’s been settling down and he’s feeling good. I literally just saw him as we were walking in here and he said: ‘Yeah, I’m feeling great’.

“His first thing will be to come in with us, it will be light with us. In a different part of a session you might do warm-ups and passing drills, that early stuff. “More when you’re long-term, you wouldn’t have that process if you’ve been out for 10 days. After 10 days you join in but with long-term injuries it’s about getting the body balance going again and just getting back to training naturally.”

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