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Goals and Highlights: Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal, 2019-20
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Goals and Highlights: Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal, 2019-20 Premier League

Follow along for Newcastle United vs Arsenal live stream online, TV channel, lineups preview and score updates of the 2019 Premier League. Kickoff time: 14:00 BST.

Adam Thomason
Newcastle UnitedDúbravka; Manquillo, Schär, Lascelles, Dummett, Ritchie; Hayden, Shelvey, Longstaff; Almiron, Joelinton.
ArsenalLeno; Maitland-Niles, Chambers, Sokratis, Monreal ;Guendouzi Xhaka; Nelson, Willock, Mkhitaryan; Aubameyang.
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Thank you to everyone who followed VAVEL's live minute-by-minute updates as Arsenal defeated Newcastle United at St. James' Park.
Despite creating a couple of chances in the first half, with Shelvey coming close, the Magpies struggled to create any kind of opportunities in the second period.

Arsenal have got their first three points of the season at the first time of asking, they are up against Burnley next whilst Newcastle will face a trip to Carrow Road when they play Norwich City.

Full time: Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's winner is the difference between the two sides today as Steve Bruce suffers defeat on his first competitive game for Newcastle.
86' Schar has a wild effort from range which flies over the bar, that pretty much sums up the attacking threat of Steve Bruce's side.
84' Gabriel Martinelli comes on for Arsenal, replacing  Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Another debutant today.
83' Saint-Maximin cuts in onto his right foot but his effort is comfortable for Leno to save.
80' Xhaka is booked after trying to win the ball back in a good area for his side.
Watch: Aubameyang gives Arsenal the lead
75' With fifteen minutes to go Newcastle are not looking likely to get an equaliser anytime soon, although there is still time.
70' Reiss Nelson has now been replaced for Pepe, the record signing makes his debut for the Gunners.
66' Allan Saint-Maximin replaces Sean Longstaff, another debutant coming on in this game.
63' Willock is replaced by Ceballos for his Arsenal debut.
Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal

58' Great ball by Maitland-Niles who finds Aubameyang, he chips the ball over Dubravka to give the Gunners the lead.

54' Willems comes on for his Newcastle debut, replacing Shelvey.
53' Nelson's corner is flicked just wide by Xhaka, Willock was close to getting a touch on it to direct it towards goal.
51' The second half hasn't started very brightly, no chances for either side yet.
The second half is underway!
Newcastle have kicked us off for the second period. 
Watch: Shelvey came close to giving the home side the lead
Half-time: Newcastle United 0-0 Arsenal
The sides are level at the break, the best chances came as Shelvey struck the post for Newcastle whilst Mkhitaryan missed a good opportunity for Arsenal.
45' There will be two minutes added on in this first-half.
44' Arsenal are finishing the half as the stronger of the two teams, having a lot of possession but will be hoping to create more clear cut chances.
39' Almiron has a go from a long way out but it flies well over the bar.
36' Mkhitaryan is shown a yellow card for a foul on Hayden, who had done brilliantly well to win the ball back for Newcastle.
Could one of them be the difference today?
26' Great foot work from Joelinton to find space despite being crowded by several Arsenal defenders, he created a good chance for himself but the shot was straight at Leno.
22' Monreal finds Mkhitaryan in the box with plenty of time but he somehow manages to miss the target.

That was Arsenal's first opportunity of the game.

Shelvey's half volley on the edge of the box hits the post, Newcastle are on top.
18' Almiron goes down in the box but Martin Atkinson shows the attacker a yellow card for simulation. 
16' First chance of the game goes to Newcastle. A cross from the left-hand side from Ritchie is headed just wide by Joelinton.
12' Neither side has really got into the game as of yet, both getting caught in possession and unable to create any kind of opportunity.
5' A quiet start to the game here, both sides unable to keep hold of the ball for long periods at this early stage.
We're underway!
Arsenal have kicked us off here in the North East as these sides take part in their first game of the Premier League season, this is Steve Bruce's first competitive game in charge of the Magpies.
The teams have completed their warm-ups on the pitch and there is now just 10 minutes to go until kick-off here at St. James' Park.
Will we see him being assisted by VAR today?
Four new faces on the bench for Arsenal
Summer signings Luiz, Martinelli, Pepe and Ceballos are all on the bench this afternoon for Unai Emery's side.

Willock and Nelson are both given an opportunity in the starting XI whilst last season's joint Premier League top goal scorer Aubameyang starts.

There could be four competitive debuts for Steve Bruce's summer signings
Club record signing Joelinton makes his competitive debut for Newcastle and his first ever appearance in the Premier League.

Matt Ritchie is fit enough to start for the Magpies whilst Dummett is preferred to Fernandez as part of the central three in defence.

Saint-Maximin, Krafth and Willems are all on the bench.

Team news: Newcastle
Team news: Arsenal
Ritchie asking for fans to 'stick together' ahead of new campaign
"We need to stick together, all be as one and pull in the same direction. This can be a fantastic season, but we need to all be in it together.

We'll do our utmost to give them success. But it won't be an overnight thing, it's not going to all of a sudden happen in one season.

We've still got a very young group and one I feel that if we keep building and improving year on year maybe in the future we can become what the fans want once again."

Unai Emery on his side's summer transfer window
“I am really delighted with our work in the transfer window. The club did everything to get the best players to help us and to make our squad stronger”.
Where to watch:
Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will be showing the game live.

For those in America, NBC Sports Network will show the game (9 a.m. ET).

Alternatively, you can stay tuned here on VAVEL to enjoy live minute-by-minute updates from all of the action.

Ozil and Kolasinac will not be selected due to 'security 'incidents
After the two players were subject to an attempted robbery, Arsenal have released a statement explaining why both players will not make an appearance on Sunday.

“Mesut Özil and Sead Kolasinac will not be part of the squad for our opening match against Newcastle United following further security incidents, which are being investigated by the police.

The welfare of our players and their families is always a top priority and we have taken this decision following discussion with the players and their representatives.

We are liaising with police and are providing the players and their families with support. We look forward to welcoming the players back to the squad as soon as possible.”

Arsenal predicted XI:

             Maitland-Niles, Chambers, Sokratis, Monreal

                                     Xhaka, Willock

                   Mkhitaryan, Ceballos, Aubameyang


Newcastle predicted XI:

       Manquillo, Fernandez, Lascelles, Schar, Willems

                          Longstaff, Shelvey, Hayden

                                  Almiron, Joelinton

Team news: Arsenal
Arsenal could also be without five players for their trip to the North East, whilst many of those who will be potentially unavailable are defenders. 

Bellerin (knee), Holding (knee), Mavropanos (groin) and new signing Tierney (groin) are all doubts for the North London side.

Smith Rowe could also miss out due to a groin issue.

Team News: Newcastle
Steve Bruce has five players who may miss the game on Sunday.

Yedlin will be unavailable after requiring surgery which has meant he was unable to take part in any pre-season games.

Gayle (calf), Lejeune (knee) and Colback (groin) are all set to miss the clash at St. James Park.

Whist Matt Ritchie, who would otherwise be a starter, could be out due to a thigh problem but he has the best chance of starting out of those mentioned.

Head to Head
The last time these sides played was in April, with Unai Emery's side winning 2-1, through goals from Aaron Ramsey and Alexandre Lacazette.

The Magpies have won just once in the last 15 meetings between these sides. That victory was recently though, as they beat Arsenal 2-1 in 2018.

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