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PREVIEW: Southampton - Newcastle team news, stats, how to watch Premier League on TV and stream online

Here’s all the information you need to know as Southampton welcome Newcastle in game eight of the Premier League season

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Date/time: 6/11/2020, 20:00 (UK), 16:00 ET, 13:00 PT (USA)

Venue: St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton, UK

How to watch Southampton vs Newcastle on TV

UK: Sky Sports

USA: Peacock

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How to legally stream Southampton vs Newcastle online

UK: Sky Go, NOW TV

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Canada: DAZN (Watch EVERY Saints match in Canada with a high-quality, legal stream with DAZN. Click here to start your free DAZN trial to watch Premier League soccer)

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TEAM NEWS: Southampton missing up to 5 players including Danny Ings

TEAM NEWS: Newcastle reportedly have 4 players out with injury

Southampton vs. Newcastle team and injury news

Southampton are unbeaten in their last five games and find themselves sitting fifth in the Premier League table after recent form has overcome a poor start to the season.

Similarly, Newcastle are doing well in the league. Steve Bruce has led his men to accruing 11 points from seven games and are just two points below Saints in the English top flight.

Saints’ talismanic striker Danny Ings is out with a knee injury.

Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has further selection headaches due to the fitness of Jan Bednarek, Ryan Bertrand and Ibrahima Diallo. All of those aforementioned players picked up knocks in Saints’ 4-3 win over Aston Villa last week.

Newcastle are missing Jonjo Shelvey, Martin Dubravka, Matt Ritchie and Dwight Gayle due to injury.

However, Matty Longstaff, Paul Dummett and Ciaran Clark are in contention to play their first games of the season after returning to training.

Southampton vs. Newcastle pre-match stats


  • Southampton have lost four of the past five meetings.
  • Last season, Newcastle earned their first away league win against Southampton since September 2004. They’ve never won back-to-back league visits in this fixture.
  • The teams have played each other 100 times in all competitions. Southampton have won 37 times to Newcastle’s 40, with 23 draws.


  • Southampton’s tally of 13 points is their most after seven games of a season since 2014-15.
  • They have lost all three of their home Premier League fixtures on a Friday by an aggregate score of 2-15, most recently humbled 0-9 by Leicester in October 2019.
  • Saints could finish a day top of the Premier League for the first time. They last led a top-flight table back in September 1988 under Chris Nicholl.

Newcastle United

  • The Magpies have lost only two of their 10 matches in all competitions this season (W5, D3).
  • Newcastle are unbeaten in their last four Premier League away games (W1, D3). They last went longer without an away defeat between May-October 2011, a run of six matches.
  • Eleven points is their highest total after seven fixtures of a Premier League campaign since 2011-12.
  • Callum Wilson has scored six goals in his first seven Premier League appearances for Newcastle, one more than he scored in his final 30 games for Bournemouth.
  • Steve Bruce has won only one of his seven league away matches as a manager against Southampton (D2, L4).

All stats come via BBC Sport.

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