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Newcastle vs Aston Villa live stream: How to watch today’s friendly

By Ben Green

When is Newcastle vs Aston Villa? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info and live streaming

Published: 20:10, 23 July 2023

Newcastle and Aston Villa meet for an all-Premier League pre-season friendly  in Philadelphia, United States.

Both top-flight English clubs will be participating in the the so-called ‘Premier League Summer Series’ alongside Brentford, Brighton, Chelsea and Fulham. The contest marks a significant preparatory occasion for both clubs as they gear up for their highly-anticipated European returns. 

Eddie Howe is getting his side ready for a season back in the Champions League, while Unai Emery will fancy his chances of taking home the Europa Conference League this upcoming campaign. Before continental football arrives, though, these pre-season warm-ups remain crucial for fitness and assessment.

Hoping to watch Newcastle vs Aston Villa online? Read on for your live streaming options.

When is Newcastle vs Aston Villa?

Newcastle vs Aston Villa takes place on Monday, 24th July at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

What is the kick-off time for Newcastle vs Aston Villa?

Newcastle vs Aston Villa will kick-off at 12am (UK time).

Where can I watch Newcastle vs Aston Villa on TV?

  • UK: Sky Sports Main Event
  • US: Peacock

How can I live stream Newcastle vs Aston Villa online?

DAZN will be live streaming Newcastle vs Aston Villa online for account holders in Spain.

Who is refereeing Newcastle vs Aston Villa?

The referee for this game is yet to be confirmed.


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Newcastle team news

Sandro Tonali got his first taste of action in a Newcastle shirt against Rangers on Tuesday in a 1-0 win, and he will be itching for more minutes. On the injury front, Howe remains without Nick Pope, Jamaal Lascelles, Emil Krafth, Joe Willock and Jacob Murphy.

Aston Villa team news

Emery has no major injury concerns bar Philippe Coutinho, who has been spending some time in his native Brazil working with a personal fitness coach. However, the Brazilian has recently linked back up with the club and travelled to the United States. Fans will also be craving to see the likes of Youri Tielemans, Pau Torres and even returning loanee Cameron Archer get some minutes on the pitch.

New signing Moussa Diaby, who arrived from Bayer Leverkusen on Saturday, has already joined up with his new teammates in the USA and head coach Unai Emery is delighted with the club’s latest acquisition.

“We are really excited and are really happy with him. We have to build again our structure and Moussa is giving us another important step ahead.”

“He’s helping us, trying to improve our level of play in the attacking third, sometimes playing on the right, sometimes he’s playing as a No.10 and sometimes he’s playing as a left winger.“He has experience in Europe, he’s young and I think the qualities he’s going to give us, playing in different positions as well, I think he’s going to give us more power.“He is a winger, a striker and his best part is his capacity to attack, dribbling, running behind,” 


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