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Manchester United vs Newcastle United live stream, TV channel and how to watch Premier League clash

Newcastle United head to Old Trafford knowing that they will finish above Manchester United if they avoid defeat this evening. However Eddie Howe and Co will be thinking a lot bigger than that, with sixth place in the Premier League on the line.

An away win for the Magpies keeps them in the driving seat for a Europa League place, with Chelsea also in action tonight against Brighton. Newcastle’s superior goal difference has given them the advantage but they must ensure they end the season with two positive results.

Howe has a few decisions to make tonight, not least in goal, where Nick Pope is pushing to reclaim his place following a long lay-off. Joelinton and Miguel Almiron are also close to a starting role, although Callum Wilson is again a doubt after missing the draw with Brighton.

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When does Manchester United vs Newcastle United kick-off?

The game gets under way tonight, Wednesday May 15, at 8pm at Old Trafford. It is one of two Premier League fixtures this evening.

Is Manchester United vs Newcastle United on TV?

Yes, this one will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, with coverage getting under way at 7pm on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

How else can I follow Manchester United vs Newcastle United?

As always, we’ll bring you all the latest from game as it happens right here on ChronicleLive with our matchday live blog plus all the post-game analysis and reaction. There will also be live coverage on BBC Radio Newcastle.

When can I watch Manchester United vs Newcastle United highlights?

Brief highlights will be available on YouTube on the Sky Sports’ Premier League channel. There is no midweek Match of the Day.

Manchester United vs Newcastle United referee

Rob Jones is the man in the middle for tonight’s game . . . as he was for both the previous two meetings between these two sides this season. Jones oversaw the 3-0 Carabao Cup win at Old Trafford and the 1-0 Premier League success at St James’ Park.

He was also in charge of Newcastle’s 4-3 victory over West Ham and the 1-0 defeat to Manchester City back in August.

Tonight’s Premier League fixtures

  • Brighton vs Chelsea (7.45pm)
  • Manchester United vs Newcastle United (8pm)

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