Ebene News – GB – Newcastle United vs Arsenal, Premier League: live score and latest updates

Arsenal agree with a corner, Wilson walk towards Aubameyang and Fernandez both under a long ball Arsenal man falls under the slightest touch I have been sneaky Goons stuff so far They get a free kick for it, but it’s not enough for them

After negotiating with Willian, Luiz et al, Odegaard himself wins the right to take the free kick and not do much with it

Almiron ran into Odegaard, who hits the bridge Accidental foul, if you know what I mean Almiron somehow tripped and fell into him Would’ve been one of the big unfair red cards if he had got the second yellow

had 12 shots, Newcastle 2 The visitors were very dominant But at a draw, and Arsenal being Arsenal, the Mags should not give up hope

Arsenal corner Luiz with a mark run to the nearest post and the header flick on Clark loses him Wilson actually enough to clear

Almiron is booked for catching Ceballos from behind, although it is far from clear that he actually made contact with the Arsenal player It’s pretty cheap if Ceballos simulated that Anyway

Fernzndez has lost her man and it’s Elneny with the head! Almiron goes out of line – well done that man

Bellerin has a good game, he’s causing a lot of trouble there He’s the key character in a move here that ends with Xhaka hitting a hard blow with his left from a distance Tilted for a corner

Decent work from Arsenal bottom right, Willian with some busy play and a cross: Aubameyang meets the ball but puts it wide Think the commentator just said Aubameyang is four out of five against the Geordies No further increase with this photo, however

 Xhaka, for me one of the less impressive “big” players of a “big” team in living memory, has just entered the book for an unnecessary hack in Saint-Maximin. a clot, this Granite

Newcastle have a free kick and they swing it into the box but surprisingly Arsenal handle it calmly and competently

Elneny apparently said in an interview recently that he worked hard on his set and took extra training. Certainly given this strike the full barrel Dubravka got his hands on it but he hit it so well that he always came in

But here’s Al Saint-Max moving forward with his movement and rhythm Feeds Ritchie, who delivers a hard, low crossover, but Ryan blocks him

Luiz starts an attack with a nice ball, good job again from Hector B to cut it inside Aubameyang with glorious luck which he makes the ear of a pig But the ball breaks nicely for Arsenal, and Mohamed Elneny crushed her at the house of about 15 meters He scored this for his first Premier League goal

Bellerin plays it inside to Gabriel, he has a try but the shot is loaded down

Newcastle: Dubravka, Murphy, Fernandez, Clark, Dummett, Ritchie, Almiron, Sean Longstaff, Shelvey, Saint-Maximin, Wilson Subs: Matthew Longstaff, Schar, Joelinton, Gayle, Lewis, Hendrick, Krafth, Gillespie, Anderson

Arsenal: Ryan, Bellerin, Luiz, Gabriel, Xhaka, Elneny, Ceballos, Willian, Odegaard, Martinelli, Aubameyang Subs: Leno, Saka, Cedric, Thomas, Pepe, Chambers, Pablo Mari, Nketiah, Smith-Rowe

really needs a point or two, even if you think Fulham can win their last four games Newcastle are on 36 points and the Cottagers are on 27

“We only lost one in eight It was vital that we had a race, and it coincided with getting the players back in shape There has been a change in the roster, but having our big players at the top has made a difference We have been decimated in the front and in the middle half which are key positions Getting the players in shape has given us a new dimension “

Newcastle forward Callum Wilson gets first start since February 6 against Arsenal as Magpies appear to move closer to Premier League safety

The hosts’ top scorer returns to the starting lineup after making three appearances as a substitute after recovering from a hamstring tear

Gunners boss Mikel Arteta makes eight changes to the squad beaten 2-1 by Villarreal in the Europa League on Thursday night as skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Mat Ryan, Hector Bellerin, Gabriel, David Luiz, Mohamed Elneny, Willian and Gabriel Martinelli replace Bernd Leno, Rob Holding, Calum Chambers, Pablo Mari, Thomas Partey, Emile Smith Rowe, Bukayo Saka and Nicolas Pepe

Arteta explains why he changed eight: “We want to prepare as well as possible for this game We have lost so many players recently We learned our lesson with Lacazette recently He and Tierney haven’t trained with us, they don’t will therefore not be available for some matches “

Man U vs Liverpool, and both are on Sky Sports The broadcaster has given this one the full press: Souey and Keano, Gurreh, Carra and Micah are all on hand at Old Trafford to give their point of view

The feeling that this Arsenal / Toon game is somewhat of an undercard event The sad fact for Arsenal is that they are not currently relevant to the affairs of this league

Newcastle: Dubravka, Murphy, Fernandez, Clark, Dummett, Ritchie, Almiron, Sean Longstaff, Shelvey, Saint-Maximin, Wilson Subs: Matthew Longstaff, Schar, Joelinton, Gayle, Lewis, Hendrick, Krafth, Gillespie, Anderson

Arsenal: Ryan, Bellerin, Luiz, Gabriel, Xhaka, Elneny, Ceballos, Willian, Odegaard, Martinelli, Aubameyang Submarines: Leno, Saka, Cedric, Thomas, Pepe, Chambers, Pablo Mari, Nketiah, Smith-Rowe

Hello Mikel Arteta is taking his Arsenal side to the North East this Sunday afternoon as they take on Newcastle United Kick-off is at 2pm and we will have team news for the game between Newcastle and Arsenal at 1 p.m. Arsenal finds itself in 11th place in the Premier League table, very uninspiring; Newcastle are 17th which is also a pretty rotten season, though not surprisingly.But they’re nine points better off than Fulham, so it would be a huge surprise if the Mags don’t stink to reclaim their rightful place in the Premier League on next quarter

Arsenal, 11th as I say, have nothing to play in the Premier League but a pivotal match on Thursday in the Europa League semi-finals Arteta acknowledged that their only realistic path to the Champions League is to win the second-tier European competition

“The Premier League is the competition where it is not in our hands to achieve what we wanted to do, because there are other teams ahead of us,” he said

“The only thing we can control is our performance and our results and that is our main objective. So we know that the semi-final is the crucial moment of the season”

“They are a really organized team, they have played a lot better lately, so it will be difficult

“The number of matches we play, each team has the ability to make it harder for you

“Let’s see who’s available We had a really demanding game again, the boys had so many minutes that we will evaluate them in the training session and see how everyone is doing, and try to do the right thing alignment

“The best way to prepare for a big game is to have a good performance and that helps to prepare for the next game so (that would) be helpful if we can go to Newcastle and get a good result”

As for Arsenal players, captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang will likely play a role after coming off the bench late in the Villarreal defeat on Thursday after recovering from malaria

Alexandre Lacazette is also hoping to get involved after returning to training after a hamstring problem, while Kieran Tierney and David Luiz are both in contention for overcoming knee injuries

As for Steve Bruce, he says, “We’ve been in the bottom half of the division for a number of years, that’s where we are at this particular moment. If we can match [the points total of] the last year, where we got to, so I think we would all agree that it would be, given the issues we had, acceptable

“Can we finish on top of what we did last year? I doubt it, but considering the issues we’ve had this year, I’d love to if we could make it happen”

The only flaw in the last eight games is a 3-0 defeat at Brighton on March 20 in which Newcastle made an abject display, although this appears to have served as a watershed

Bruce said: “Certainly when you kick off the horror show in Brighton you have to have a response and everyone has responded positively to say, ‘Look, we weren’t good enough that night and we have to be better than that if we are to stay in this division ‘”

The last point was a hard-won one as the Magpies struck late thanks to substitute Joe Willock – his third goal off the bench in as many appearances – to deny defending champions Liverpool the victory at Anfield last Saturday

This isn’t the first time they’ve shown cranial resilience this season – indeed, 13 of their 36 league goals came in the last 10 minutes of games, including nine in the 85th minute. or after

Bruce said: “It’s pretty remarkable that we have the ability to hang in there, but it gives everyone a boost to get a result against a big, big team.”

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