As it happened: Newcastle United 1-2 Crystal Palace
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23:11a month ago

Full time: NUFC 1-2 CPFC

It looked so good for Newcastle, after Shelvey scored in just 70 seconds.

But Palace fought back to claim all three points thanks to goals from Riedewald and Cahill. 

The Eagle move up to 13th, Newcastle stay in 16th. 

23:07a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

How has Andros Townsend missed that?!

Final change for Palace, Riedewald off and Kouyate is on. 

23:03a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

Andy Carroll on for the final few minutes. 
23:01a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

Palace limiting The Magpies to long-ranged efforts. 

First Schar fired over from distance - then Shelvey attempted the same shot moments later. 

Time running out for Steve Bruce's side. 

22:55a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

A fantastic block from Scott Dann! 

Saint-Maximin used his pace and power to glide past Clyne and set his sights on goal.

As the Frenchman took aim, Dann flung his body in the way of the shot to keep Palace's lead intact. 

22:51a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

75' Heading into the final 15 minutes at St James' Park. 

With the wind howling around the stadium, Bruce rolls the dice by bringing on former Palace player, Dwight Gayle. 

22:48a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

73' Batshuayi is replaced by Benteke. 
22:46a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

71' Fraser whips a free kick into the box, but Shelvey heads his attempt over the bar. 
22:40a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

Saint-Maximin plays though Wilson, but Clyne intercepts with a fantastic challenge. 
22:37a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

Here he is... 

Saint-Maximin comes on for Jeff Hendrick.

22:35a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

The intensity has faded this half, especially with the injury to Zaha.

One would imagine that Saint-Maximin will be on for The Magpies in the not too distant future. 

22:32a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

Heartbreaking for Zaha, he his forced off with a hamstring injury and replaced by Andros Townsend. 
22:26a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

50' Fraser's ball in is punched clear by Guaita. 

However, the hosts do win another corner. 

Which is taken quickly but cleared by Riedewald. 

22:25a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

Free kick to The Magpies on the edge of the area.

Fraser to take. 

22:24a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

48' The home side have started the second half well; moving the ball around with purpose. 
22:18a month ago

Second half!

Newcastle United get us underway for the second half!
22:12a month ago

Cahill's goal (1-2)

 

22:10a month ago

Riedewald's goal (1-1)

 

22:09a month ago

Shelvey's goal (1-0)

 

22:05a month ago

Half time: NUFC 1-2 CPFC

A fantastic half of football at St James' Park. 

Shelvey opened the scoring with a wonder striker from the edge of the area in the first minute!

However, Riedewald leveled the game with an equally better strike midway through the first half. 

Palace completed the turnaround moments later when Cahill nodded home for his 50th goal of his career. 

22:01a month ago

Added time

There will be two minutes of added time. 
21:53a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

36' Almiron kisses the crossbar with a 20-yard free-kick.

So, so close to an equaliser!

21:51a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

33' A phenomenal save from Guaita!

Wilson threaded a pass through the Palace defence for Fraser. 

The winger attempted to lift the ball over Guaita but he threw a hand at the ball to divert it away from goal.

21:47a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC

A frantic 20 minutes at St James' Park. 

Newcastle looked so composed and in control of the game, but Palace's turnaround has been clinical. 

A fantastic game so far!

21:43a month ago

NUFC 1-2 CPFC - Cahill

What a turnaround from Palace!

Eze send a freekick into the area and Cahill leaps highest to nod home his first of the season and put Palace into the lead!

21:41a month ago

NUFC 1-1 CPFC -Riedewald

What a goal from Jairo Riedewald!

Van Aanholt drives into the box, but his cross is cleared to the edge of the area. 

However, Riedewald was waiting, and he thumps a shot into the top corner to bring the game level!

21:35a month ago

NUFC 1-0 CPFC

17' Fraser does well to keep the ball in at the by-line, he then sends a cross into the box for Wilson - who attempts a scorpion kick - however, his effort is sent over the bar. 

Newcastle could be 3/4 -0 up!

21:29a month ago

NUFC 1-0 CPFC

12' First real opportunity for Palace. 

Eze collects the ball on the left-hand side, whips a dangerous ball back into the area for Ayew, but his diving header is deflected behind by Lewis for a corner. 

The resulting corner was cleared by the home side. 

21:27a month ago

NUFC 1-0 CPFC

9' Zaha beats Lewis for pace, however, the Ivorian is held back by the left-back from advancing forward and bursting into the area. 

Referee, Darren England, says no foul!

21:25a month ago

NUFC 1-0 CPFC

8' The home side in no mood to relax.  

Fraser delivers a tantalising ball into the area, but Hendrick could only divert a shot inches past the post. 

21:20a month ago

NUFC 1-0 CPFC - Shelvey

WOW! What a start to the game! 

Wilson sets up Shelvey on the edge of the box. The skipper hits a venomous shot into the bottom left hand corner, nothing Guaita could do. 

Just the start Steve Bruce would have wanted!

21:16a month ago

Kick off!

1' Palace get us underway!
21:12a month ago

Here come the two teams!

Both teams are making their way out onto the St James' Park turf. Kick off moments away!
21:09a month ago

10 minutes to go

10 minute to go before kick off here at St James' Park. 

Both sides looking to pick up back-to-back wins in the Premier League. 

Tonight will be decided on who boasts the more potent frontline.

Palace will be hoping Eze, Zaha and Batshuayi can produce their magic.

As for Newcastle, Callum Wilson will once again lead the line, looking to add to his impressive goal tally. 

20:16a month ago

Newcastle United starting Xi

 

20:16a month ago

Palace starting Xi

 

20:02a month ago

The stage is set

 

18:26a month ago

A message from Newcastle United's new signing

 

17:22a month ago

Last meeting

17:21a month ago

It's matchday!

 

11:07a month ago

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11:06a month ago

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11:05a month ago

Vavel's prediction

Courtesy of VAVEL UK's Jonny Bentley:

Many would have said that Brighton’s win against Tottenham was the surprise of the weekend but, for me, it was at Goodison Park. Steve Bruce had almost forgotten what victory tasted like but his team were superb against Everton. This has gone from being a quite dull looking affair to a match that could produce a number of goals! 

Prediction: 2-2

11:02a month ago

Predicted line-up: Crystal Palace

Guaita; Ward, Kouyate, Dann, Van Aanholt; Riedewald, Milivojevic; Townsend, Eze, Zaha; Batshuayi
11:02a month ago

Predicted line-up: Newcastle United

Darlow; Manquillo, Schar, Clark, Lewis; Almiron, Hayden, Shelvey, M. Longstaff, Saint-Maximin; Wilson
11:00a month ago

Crystal Palace team news

During his pre-match press conference on Monday, Roy Hodgson hinted that Nathaniel Clyne, James McCarthy and a few other had picked up knocks in the 1-0 win over Wolves. 

James McArthur, Wayne Hennessey, Nathan Ferguson, Mamadou Sakho, James Tomkins, Jeffrey Schlupp and Connor Wickham all remain out. 

10:58a month ago

Newcastle United team news

Jamaal Lascelles picked up a muscle injury at Goodison Park and Ryan Fraser is a doubt. 

Federico Fernandez is still out, however, Paul Dummett is back in the squad. 

New signing, Joe Willock, was not signed in time to be registered for today's game. 

10:55a month ago

Both sides looking carry over their good form

Steve Bruce, with the assistance of Callum Wilson, put Everton to the sword last time out with Newcastle running out as 2-0 winners. The positive result relinquished a small amount of the weighty pressure off Steve Bruce's shoulders. 

As for Palace, Eberechi Eze's moment of magic helped the Eagles run out 1-0 winners over Wolves. However, Palace suffered a mini-injury crisis ahead of tonight, with it unclear how the south Londoners will lineup. 

 

10:44a month ago

Kick-off time

Newcastle United vs Crystal Palace will be played at the St James' Park, Newcastle. 

The kick-off is scheduled for 20:15 GMT. 

10:43a month ago

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