Saturday’s late kick-off in the Premier League sees Manchester United head to Newcastle United.The Magpies have started the season well after some good work over the summer, but this represents their toughest fixture of the campaign so far.Watch Live Stream Free!
Steve Bruce’s side will hope to exploit uncertainty and pessimism surrounding their opponents, though, after they went into the international break in a state of disarray.Man United’s heavy home thrashing by Spurs left question marks over players and manager alike and they’ll be looking for a response at St. James’ Park.
If you’re not a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to join without a subscription and then purchase the pay-per-view channel.What is the team news?Newcastle are without Matt Ritchie, Martin Dubravka and Dwight Gayle still. Miguel Almiron is fit despite a knock on international duty. Jamaal Lascelles and Ciaran Clark are edging closer but may need more group training sessions before considered for action.
United will be without new striker signing Edinson Cavani, who is self-isolating after his arrival. Anthony Martial is suspended and Phil Jones is a long-term absentee.NEW: Darlow; Manquillo, Schar, Fernandez, Lewis; Hendrick, Shelvey, Hayden, Saint-Maximin; Joelinton, Almiron.
Around the world, here are the channels you can watch Newcastle United v Manchester United Live TV.The global TV listings are featured below for local (to you) coverage on Saturday (8pm (UK) kick-off).Newcastle United hoping to take advantage of a Manchester United that won’t have Cavani or Martial available and which were hammered 6-1 at Old Trafford in their last game, by Spurs.
With the international break having afforded Manchester United time to recover from their 6-1 humiliation by Tottenham Hotspur, Ole Gunnar Solskjær will be expecting a much improved performance away at Newcastle United in Saturday’s late Premier League kickoff. The Magpies won’t be easy opposition, having won two of their opening four games, but Steve Bruce is struggling with a lengthy injury list.
Newcastle will certainly be without six players, including first-choice goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, Paul Dummett, Matty Longstaff and Ciaran Clark. Jamal Lewis, Jamaal Lascelles, Allan Saint-Maximin and DeAndre Yedlin are all doubts.
United will still be without Phil Jones, who is injured; Anthony Martial will miss out as he starts a three-game suspension. Harry Maguire is apparently carrying a knock, though frankly, it’s hard to see how he could get any worse than he has been so far this season. Alex Telles could make his debut at left-back, though Edinson Cavani will not feature this weekend; he remains in a precautionary coronavirus self-isolation.