Midweek Fixtures


As Newcastle return to action on Wednesday night against Burnley, we look forward to the key games featuring on matchday 25 of the Premier League season.

Among the pick of the action is a clash at the London Stadium between West Ham and Palace. Both teams, who at times had looked favoured to go down, have recently picked up in form both winning two out of their last 5 games. If there is a winner and Newcastle were to win against Burnley the Toon would overtake one of the sides in action on Tuesday evening.

Other sides, who are in and around Newcastle's area of the table face tricky games on Tuesday Swansea and Huddersfield entertain Arsenal and Liverpool on home turf respectively. The latter broadcast live on BT Sport. Following on to Wednesday night, and it doesn't get much easier for teams in the bottom half as Bournemouth take a trip to Chelsea and West Brom pay league leaders Manchester City a visit.

Presuming that these teams don't cook up an unwanted upset and if Southampton and Stoke were to fail to win, Newcastle could move four points off of the bottom three after gaining a result against Burnley easing the pressure ever so slightly on our trip to South London to face the Eagles.

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