English Premier League 2018-19, Newcastle vs Arsenal: The Gunners are finally off and running after a difficult start to the 2018-19 campaign of the Premier League winning their previous two games and next in the schedule.
In their first two games, Arsenal took on Manchester City and Chelsea and lost both the games. Meanwhile, the Newcastle are placed in the 18th position, they haven’t had the desired start to as well, coached by Rafa Benitez, the team from north-east England will look to stun the Gunners.
Arsenal are coached by Unai Emery, who replaced Arsene Wenger as the club changed their longest-serving manager in history after 20 seasons with the club. The North-London side bolstered their squad with new signings but it seems like with several options in the midfield with the likes of Granit Xhaka, Aaron Ramsey, Lucas Torriera and Mohammed Elneny, Emery is still to figure the best duo for the midfield.
New signing Lucas Torreira was one of the star performers in the world cup and when called up to start, he will look to emulate his form to perhaps, form a great partnership with the Welsh International Aaron Ramsey. The club also faces the task of getting Ramsey to sign an extension, as he is one of the promising stars in the club, winning the ‘Player of the season’ in their previous campaign.
When and what time will Newcastle vs Arsenal start in the Premier League 2018-19 match?
The match will kick-off at 7:30 PM IST on Saturday, 15th September.
Where will the Newcastle vs Arsenal take place in the Premier League 2018-19 match?
The match will kick-off at Newcastle United’s home ground, St. James Park.
Which Indian Channel will telecast Arsenal vs Newcastle in the Premier League 2018-19 match?
STAR SPORTS 2 will telecast the Arsenal vs Newcastle of the Premier League 2018-19 season.
Where can I live stream watch Arsenal v Newcastle in the Premier League 2018-19 match?
All the Premier League matches can be live streamed on Hotstar app and hotstar.com.
A win for either of the club will be a major boost, but for different ambitions. For Arsenal, it is to finish top four, whereas, for Newcastle, it is to avoid relegation and finish in the safest position.