Newcastle v Bournemouth live stream: How to watch today’s Premier League online
Eddie Howe welcomes his former club Bournemouth to Newcastle on Saturday at 3pm (UK time) in what is a must-win clash for each of these sides.
How to live stream Newcastle v Bournemouth online:
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Where to watch Newcastle v Bournemouth on TV:
- UK: N/A
- US: USA Network
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The Magpies are currently on a concerning run that’s seen them go winless since their opening 2-0 victory over new boys Nottingham Forest. Solid performances against Man City and Liverpool have transpired in that time — securing a 3-3 with the former — but there will be murmurs of discontent from the Toon Army if further points fall by the wayside here.
It’s a more depressing landscape for those of a red and black persuasion. Scott Parker left after that 9-0 drubbing inflicted by Liverpool last month, which seemed astonishingly harsh so early into the campaign. Gary O’Neil has been instilled on an interim basis and shoots of optimism have appeared in the Midlands last time out as his side showed the mental fortitude to overturn a 2-0 deficit and win 3-2 against Nottingham Forest.
Newcastle team news
Howe has had a tough time of things on the injury front, with key players making up the bulk of his casualty list. Bruno Guimaraes, Allan Saint-Maximin and Callum Wilson are the unfortunate culprits. However, Guimaraes and Saint-Maximin do have a chance of making the matchday squad on Saturday. Whether they feature in starting XI is another question, but it’ll be a huge morale boost for Newcastle fans to see them back in the stadium. Elsewhere, Jonjo Shelvey, Karl Darlow and Emil Krafth all remain out of action indefinitely.
Bournemouth team news
David Brooks, Joe Rothwell and Benjamin Pearson are the only confirmed absentees for O’Neil to contend with, while Junior Stanislas is nearing a return. Jack Stephens came in on loan from Southampton at the start of September and was an unused substitute in that 3-2 win over Forest. O’Neil could rotate here as Bournemouth have, so far, conceded the second-most goals of any other club in Premier League history at this stage of a season.
Scoreline prediction: Newcastle 2-1 Bournemouth
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