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Manchester United vs Newcastle LIVE Premier League: Latest score and updates

Manchester United face Newcastle in a big Premier League match for both teams. They both desperately need a result on Saturday evening, as United welcome the Magpies to Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho has faced a barrage of criticism for his side’s recent performances, with Tuesday’s goalless draw at home to Valencia in the Champions League resulting in a chorus of boos at the Theatre of Dreams.

Newcastle have had a similarly poor start to the season, with Rafa Benitez’s outfit yet to win a match this season and lost 2-0 at home to Leicester City last Saturday.





OK, so this is not a deluxe edition of Premier League 3pm KOs, but these are the kind of days when something special pops up from nowhere. Leicester vs Everton feels like a battle to be the best of the rest, Watford vs Bournemouth is a meeting of two of the season’s early overachievers (and entertainers), while you have to imagine Harry Kane has cleared a space in the attic for today’s matchball at Wembley – or might Cardiff spring an almighty surprise? Here’s what’s ahead:

 

Burnley vs Huddersfield
Crystal Palace vs Wolves
Leicester vs Everton
Tottenham vs Cardiff
Watford vs Bournemouth

 

Full line-ups and team news coming right up. 

BREAKING NEWS



Tottenham vs Cardiff

 

Team news:



Burnley vs Huddersfield

 

Team news:

 



Crystal Palace vs Wolves

 

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Leicester vs Everton

 

Team news:

 



Watford vs Bournemouth

 

Team news:

 



Coming up at 5.30pm Manchester United take on Newcastle at Old Trafford, could this be the last game in charge of the Red Devils for Jose Mourinho?

 



Great news for England’s women as they have just beaten Brazil! Read all about it here:

 



Interesting take from Gary Neville on the Jose Mourinho situation:

 



Spurs faced up to Barcelona earlier in the week with a ‘second string’ mid-field. It’s more of the same today against Cardiff but why? 

 

KICK OFF



We’re off! the afternoons matches look like this: 

 

Tottenham 0 – 0 Cardiff

Burnley 0 – 0 Huddersfield

Crystal Palace 0 – 0 Wolves

Leicester 0 – 0 Everton

Watford 0 – 0 Bournemouth

 

We’ll bring you every goal from every game, so stick with us!



Tottenham vs Cardiff

 

Harry Artur takes an early shot form 35 yards but sends it wide. Cardiff looking to win at Tottenham for the first time since 1954



Leicester vs Everton

 

Leicester have started well against Everton, they’ve won a free kick but make nothing from it.



Tottenham vs Cardiff

 

Spurs win a corner, Sissoko squares the ball aiming for Son across the box but Morrison gets the ball away.

GOAL!



Leicester vs Everton

 

​Leicester 0 – 1 Everton – Richarlison (7 mins) 

 

Everton ahead with their first attack. Bernard breaks free down the left and chips a cross into the box only for it to be parried by Kasper Schmeichel into the path of Richarlison at the far post who tucks it home.

GOAL!



Tottenham vs Cardiff

 

Tottenham 1 – 0 Cadiff – Dier (8 mins)

 

Eric Dier slots home the ball after getting a good break as it falls to him when Cardiff fail to claer a corner.



Watford vs Bournemouth

 

Will Hughes takes a shot and forces Begovic into a good save! Still goalless at Vicarage Road.

GOAL!



Watford vs Bournemouth

 

Watford 0 – 1 Bournemouth – Brooks (14 mins)

 

Deadlock broken, King hits the ball into the middle to Callum Smith who takes the shot. Foster makes a great save but the ball riccochets inot the path of Brooks who makes no mistake and puts Bournemouth in front. 

GOAL!



Burnley vs Huddersfield

 

​Burnley 1 – 0 Huddersfield – Vokes (20 mins)

 

Sam Vokes rises above everyone else in Huddersifeld’s area and meets the cross with a quality header. Burnley in front at Turf Moor!



Tottenham vs Cardiff

 

Tottenham 1 – 0 Cardiff

 

Murphy out paces Danny Rose before chipping the ball over the goalkeeper. Alderweireld comes flying across and makes the clearance. Great defending from Tottenham 

What time does it start?

Manchester United vs Newcastle United kicks off at 5:30PM (BST) on Saturday 6 October.

Where can I watch it?

The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1 from 5pm.

BT Sport subscribers can also watch online via the BT Sport app.

Highlights will be shown at 10:30pm on BBC One.

It’s a big game for…

Rafa Benitez: The Newcastle manager, following a summer of limited activity in the transfer market, is yet to win a match this season in all competitions. Currently languishing in the relegation zone, the Magpies need to find some sort of form, and fast. The opportunity to beat an under-pressure old nemesis in Jose Mourinho will serve as extra motivation for Benitez to get a result at Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho applauds his players against Valencia (Getty)

Weird /best stat…

1: Newcastle United have only beaten Manchester United once in their last 36 matches, losing 26 of those games.

Remember when…

Ruud Van Nistelrooy scored a hat-trick in this fixture 16 years ago, in a topsy-turvy game which included Alan Shearer’s 100th Premier League goal for Newcastle with a thunderous free-kick. United won 5-3, and finished the 2002/03 season as champions; Newcastle finished third. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TfzF1Wfe0FQ

Player to watch…

Marcus Rashford: In a Man United side currently looking devoid of inspiration in the final third, Rashford always provides a threat with his pace and trickery. Although likely to be up against the rapid DeAndre Yedlin on the left-hand side, the 20-year-old scored last week against West Ham, and will fancy his chances against the Magpies given their weak defensive display last week against Leicester.

Rashford skips past a Valencia defender (Getty)

Past three-meetings…

Newcastle United 1 (Ritchie) Manchester United 0, Premier League. February 2018

Manchester United 4 (Martial, Smalling, Pogba, Lukaku) Newcastle United 1 (Gayle), Premier League, November 2017

Newcastle United 3 (Wijnaldum, Mitrovic, Dummett) Manchester United 3 (Rooney 2, Lingard), Premier League, January 2016

Form guide…

Manchester United: WWDDLD

Newcastle United: LLLLDL

Odds…

Manchester United to win: 11/25

Newcastle United to win: 15/2

Draw: 17/5

(Odds provided by 888 Sport)

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