Newcastle United FC vs Crystal Palace FC, Premier League 2022 REGULAR SEASON
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3rd of September 2022 14:00
First half: 45 | Second half: 45
- 0' - Welcome to St James' Park that hosts another battle between Newcastle United FC and Crystal Palace FC.
- 5' - Crystal Palace FC started playing very sharply right from the kick off. However, it slowed down the tempo rapidly by 5.
- 10' - Marc Guehi needs to be pretty careful with his discipline considering 0 Yellow cards this season.
- 15' - It’s a booking for Newcastle United FC player. Sean Longstaff gets a Yellow card.
- 16' - It’s a booking for Newcastle United FC player. Sean Longstaff gets a Yellow card.
- 21' - The teams are not in a rush to score plenty of goals. It might look strange considering Newcastle United FC that had 173 games and scored 220 goals.
- 26' - Although teams showed high tempo form the start, they seem to slow down a bit. Both sides really need to catch a fire. Otherwise, we have another goalless match.
- 31' - Not even hints on scoring a goal over the last 31 minutes.
- 36' - Newcastle United FC is defending very well tonight not leaving a chance for their rivals to get through for a goal.
- 41' - We miss some good tackles and strikes. Is there anyone on the field to put the game back to action?
- 46' - It looks surprising Crystal Palace FC does not make any changes. Michael Olise has some obvious troubles when approaching to the goal.
- 51' - Newcastle United FC is taking the lead after the goal scored by Tyrick Mitchell on 51.
- 56' - A meaty challenge results in booking for Joel Ward on 56.
- 61' - It looks like no one’s ball. Crystal Palace FC is used to counterattacking playing. None of the sides are ready to take the lead.
- 63' - Michael Olise has so much to prove this time. He replaces Eberechi Eze on 63 minute.
- 64' - Nathaniel Clyne is replacing Tyrick Mitchell for the Crystal Palace FC side.
- 67' - That looks like a foul for a Yellow card for Ryan Fraser.
- 70' - The Newcastle United FC manager makes a substitution. Miguel Almiron departs to be replaced by Jacob Murphy.
- 71' - Another substitution for Newcastle United FC to replace Ryan Fraser by Elliot Anderson on 71 minute.
- 76' - Supporters expect more eagerness from Wilfried Zaha, as he is very good at scoring at St James' Park with 0 goals in the last 0 games.
- 81' - Spectators do not have much to choose from both teams. The sides had several scoring chances but they still need a bit more than just a sight of a goal.
- 86' - Crystal Palace FC seems to be on a short break. The game is mainly concentrated in the center. It’s high time they got back to action. Otherwise, it looks like a goalless game.
- The final whistle. It looks like we are having a draw.
Today 2022-09-03 Newcastle United FC vs Crystal Palace FC are fighting Premier League league on St James' Park.
Newcastle United FC had 38 games and get got 49 points in Season (2018/19)
Crystal Palace FC had 38 games and get got 48 points in Season (2018/19)
Todays referees are: Michael Salisbury, Natalie Aspinall, Lee Mason, Neil Davies, Paul Tierney, Richard West
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Newcastle United FC
- 22 Nick Pope
- 2 Kieran Trippier
- 5 Fabian Schar
- 4 Sven Botman
- 13 Matt Targett
- 28 Joe Willock
- 36 Sean Longstaff
- 24 Miguel Almiron
- 23 Jacob Murphy 70'
- 14 Alexander Isak
- 21 Ryan Fraser
- 32 Elliot Anderson 71'
- 7 Joelinton
Crystal Palace FC
- 13 Vicente Guaita
- 2 Joel Ward
- 16 Joachim Andersen
- 6 Marc Guehi
- 3 Tyrick Mitchell
- 17 Nathaniel Clyne 64'
- 15 Jeffrey Schlupp
- 28 Cheick Doucoure
- 10 Eberechi Eze
- 7 Michael Olise 63'
- 9 Jordan Ayew
- 14 Jean-Philippe Mateta
- 22 Odsonne Edouard 63'
- 11 Wilfried Zaha