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Newcastle United vs. Tottenham Hotspur: Match Thread and How to Watch

No beating around the bush: Spurs have to win this one.

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Don’t look now, but Tottenham Hotspur are not only trying to fight for Top Four, but now they’re trying to hang onto European football altogether.

Spurs go into Sunday’s match against Newcastle United knowing this is a crucial six-pointer for Champions League football, but Aston Villa and Liverpool are now charging up the table and the threat of dropping out of those precious European slots is suddenly a possibility. The trip to Tyneside today will tell us a lot about what to expect for the stretch run. Win, and Spurs are right back in the thick of things. Lose, and Top Four might be done. No pressure or anything, right? It won’t be easy, of course: Newcastle have given up the fewest goals all season, surrendering just 24 in 30 matches. It’ll take a great effort to get the result.

Lets get three points and get back in the race.


Lineups will be posted one hour prior to kick-off.

How to Watch

Newcastle United vs. Tottenham Hotspur

St. James’ Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

Time: 9:00 AM ET, 2:00 PM UK

TV: USA Network (USA), Sky Sports (UK)

Streaming: DAZN (Canada)

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