Newcastle and Man United meet in London Stadium on Sunday for the last match of this round in Premier League. United is heading to Newcastle to end the bad form on away matches after registering the tenth game without a win on Thursday. On the other hand, Newcastle was humiliated last round against Leicester and is aiming to bounce back in front of their supporters in order to boost the confidence and make a step forward to move out of the danger zone.
Newcastle United News:
With only one win in the last seven matches of Premier League, Newcastle are sitting 19th in the table just three points far from the very bottom. The home matches have not been impressive as well this season, securing only two points out of a possible nine. The only thing that motivates the Magpies will be the bad mood in the Manchester United camp and their long injury list. Following the last defeat to Leicester this may be the time to atone and get out of their infinitely mess.
Manchester United News:
Their last clash at home against Arsenal ended in a draw indicating the probably worst start for the Red Devils in decades. In midweek United could not do any better and only managed to share the spoils with AZ Alkmaar in a goalless end. Things are not expected to be better taking into account the last interview where Solskjaer stated not to expect any player to come back from the injury. Are United able to overcome the Magpies and redeem themselves after a struggling start? If not, they will have to wait for a very unpleasant two weeks of international break until they end months of away-day futility.
Newcastle United News:
Isaac Heiden is suspended for the match. It will be the first of three matches ban for him after being sent out against Leicester. Dwight Gayle, Jetro Willems and Jonjo Shelvey are back and will be in Steve Bruce’s disposal.
Manchester United Team News:
Paul Pogba is in a major doubt to appear on field struggling from the ankle injury. Anthony Martial will miss the clash due to a thigh injury. Aaron Wan-Bissaka will be replaced by Ashley Young in the right back position. Luke Shaw is working his way back while Jesse Lingard is another doubtful player against Newcastle.
Newcastle United Lineups: Martin Duravka, Javier Manquillo, Jamaal Lascelles, Fabian Schar, Paul Dummett, Jetro Willems, Miguel Almiron, Sean Longstaff, Sung-Yueng Ki, Allan Saint-Maximin, Joelinto; Coach: Steve Bruce
Manchester United Lineups: David de Gea, Ashley Young, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Axel Tuanzebe, Nemanja Matic, Scott McTominay, Andreas Perreira, Juan Mata, Daniel James, Marcus Rashford; Coach: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
-Newcastle United is in a no win streak for five matches.
-Manchester United is coming to this match after the 0-0 draw against AZ Aalkmar in Europa League.
-Steve Bruce has won the only match played against Solskjaer.
-Newcastle has lost only to Arsenal more than to United in overall Premier League games. Last time they met, United won 2-0.
Newcastle is playing at home in front of their amazing supporters, and Steve Bruce knows they deserve to experience something more. If they play aggressively and put pressure on United they may get a positive result. United is in a bad form and we see no improvement signs for the coming match as no injured player is expected to return. If there is a week to expect a surprise result between these teams, this is the one. But, we are going for a draw.
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