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Newcastle United v Everton: How to watch, TV channel, head-to-head stats & team news

Newcastle United will be looking to build on their remarkable victory over West Ham United when they entertain struggling Everton at St James' Park on Tuesday evening.

The Magpies found themselves 3-1 down at home to David Moyes' side last time out, only to hit back and win 4-3 in injury time.

Meanwhile, Everton's dismal run continued with their 2-1 defeat at Bournemouth and they find themselves just three points above the relegation zone ahead of their trip to Tyneside.

Newcastle United v Everton

How to watch Newcastle United v Everton and TV channel

Newcastle United v Everton will be broadcast live on TNT Sports 2.

Newcastle United v Everton kick-off time, date and venue

Newcastle United v Everton will be played at St James' Park in Newcastle and kick-off is at 19:30 BST on Tuesday 2nd April 2024.

Read the latest prediction, tips and odds ahead of Newcastle v Everton.

Newcastle United v Everton stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Second-half goals from Dwight McNeil, Abdoulaye Doucoure and Beto helped the Toffees register a 3-0 victory over Newcastle in the reverse fixture back in December.

Prior to that loss, Newcastle had won five of the six previous meetings between the two sides.

Everton are currently on 12-game winless run in the Premier League and failure to record three points at Newcastle would result in a new club record.

Newcastle United v Everton head-to-head record (H2H)

Newcastle United wins

71

Draws

36

Everton wins

76

Newcastle United v Everton team news

Newcastle United team news

Anthony Gordon will miss the game against his old club through suspension, after being sent off for picking up two yellow cards against West Ham.

Harvey Barnes will pushing to start after scoring twice on his return from injury, while captain Kieran Trippier is also nearing a comeback.

Sven Botman remains a long-term absentee, with Nick Pope, Callum Wilson and Joelinton also still out.

Everton team news

Arnaut Danjuma and Vitali Mykolenko missed the weekend defeat to Bournemouth but both players could be in the matchday squad for the trip to Newcastle.

Beto could start after coming off the bench to score at the Vitality Stadium.

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