Newcastle vs Norwich Preview & Prediction
When is Newcastle vs Norwich taking place? Newcastle vs Leeds Utd will take place on Tuesday 30th November, 2021 at 19:30 (UK)
Where is Newcastle vs Norwich taking place? Newcastle vs Leeds Utd will take place at St. James' Park in Newcastle upon Tyne
Where can I get tickets for Newcastle vs Norwich? Ticket information for Newcastle vs Leeds Utd can be found on each club’s official website
What TV channel is Newcastle vs Norwich on in the UK? Newcastle vs Leeds Utd will be televised live on the Amazon Prime app on smart TVs
Where can I stream Newcastle vs Norwich in the UK? Newcastle vs Leeds Utd can be streamed live on Amazon Prime
- Newcastle remain winless in this season’s Premier League after they were comfortably beaten 2-0 by Arsenal at Emirates Stadium in a match that saw Eddie Howe on the touchline for the first time as Magpies manager following a negative Covid-19 test.
- Captain Jamal Lascelles and Matt Ritchie both started against the Gunners but will miss out here through suspension, as will Paul Dummett due to injury, although striker Dwight Gayle could feature in the squad should he pass a late fitness test.
- Norwich picked up a priceless point at home to Wolves last time out, meaning that they remain unbeaten since Dean Smith took charge and are only three points clear of Leeds Utd in 17th-place.
- Midfielder Mathias Normann was forced off against Wolves with a pelvic injury and won’t be available for the trip to St. James Park, which may lead to a rare start for Lukas Rupp in the centre of midfield.
THE TEAM NEWS
PREDICTED XI (4-3-3): Darlow; J. Murphy, Fernandez, Clark, Lewis; Willock, S. Longstaff, Shelvey; Saint-Maximin, Wilson, Fraser
UNAVAILABLE: Dummett (Injured), Lascelles (Suspended), Ritchie (Suspended)
QUESTIONABLE: Gayle (Injured)
PREDICTED XI (4-1-4-1): Krul; Aarons, Hanley, Gibson, Williams; Gilmour; Sargent, Rupp, McLean, Rashica; Pukki
UNAVAILABLE: Byram (Fitness), Normann (Injured), Zimmermann (Injured)
A huge battle at the bottom table awaits between these two sides with the onus on bottom side Newcastle to come out and get the victory they need to draw level on points with Norwich. The Canaries have proven themselves as far tougher to beat under Smith than they were under predecessor Daniel Farke, however the Magpies at a noisy St. James’ Park will provide Smith with his toughest test so far. Newcastle fans were disappointed at their side’s lack of attacking intent against at the weekend, but they are expected to go for it here, deploying at ultra-attacking style of play at home, which almost reaped the rewards against Brentford and could well do so here. With that in mind, backing Newcastle to finally secure their first league win of the season should be seriously considered, but only via the draw no bet market to ensure that added security.
Tip: NEWCASTLE DRAW NO BET