Newcastle v Tottenham LIVE: Premier League result and reaction as Isak and Gordon star in big win



Alexander Isak smashed his way through the 20-goal barrier as Newcastle United boosted their European hopes by denting those of Tottenham Hotspur.

The Magpies’ £63m record signing produced two sumptuous finishes either side of Anthony Gordon’s strike to take his tally for the campaign to 21 before Fabian Schar’s thunderous late header secured a 4-0 win at St James’ Park.

It was their third victory in four Premier League outings and ended fourth-placed Spurs’ three-match unbeaten run, and while it might not have been as spectacular as last season’s 6-1 rout in the corresponding fixture, it was equally emphatic.

Head coach Eddie Howe once again set up his team to suck in the visitors and then hit them on the break, and the plan worked to perfection on an day defender Micky van de Ven in particular will want to forget quickly as he was sat down for both first-half goals.

Relive all the action below:

Newcastle vs Tottenham LIVE

  • Newcastle beat Tottenham 4-0 in the Premier League

  • Eddie Howe’s team jump into the top six thanks to Alexander Isak and Anthony Gordon’s heroics

  • Spurs slip up in the race for Champions League football with tough fixtures to come

  • FULL-TIME! Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

  • 86’ GOAL! – Schar thumps home a header from Gordon corner (NEW 4-0 TOT)

  • 51’ GOAL! – Isak scores again after running clean through (NEW 3-0 TOT)

  • 32’ GOAL! – Gordon cuts inside of Van de Ven to double lead (NEW 2-0 TOT)

  • 30’ GOAL! – Isak nets opener after good work from Gordon (NEW 1-0 TOT)

Newcastle United FC 4 – 0 Tottenham Hotspur FC

Alexander Isak stars as Newcastle put four past Tottenham

15:01 , Mike Jones

Alexander Isak smashed his way through the 20-goal barrier as Newcastle boosted their European hopes by denting those of Tottenham.

The Magpies’ £63million record signing produced two sumptuous finishes either side of Anthony Gordon’s strike to take his tally for the campaign to 21 before Fabian Schar’s thunderous late header secured a 4-0 win at St James’ Park.

It was their third victory in four Premier League outings and ended fourth-placed Spurs’ three-match unbeaten run, and while it might not have been as spectacular as last season’s 6-1 rout in the corresponding fixture, it was equally emphatic.

Alexander Isak stars as Newcastle put four past Tottenham

Howe speaks to TNT

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Eddie Howe is beaming as he speaks to TNT.

“We felt we needed to change to give ourselves the best chance of what we wanted to do.

“I thought tactically it worked, it was a really good delivery from the players, they always deserve the praise for the execution. Our concentration levels were really good.”

On finishing in the European places, he says: “Who knows, we’ve just got to keep doing our bit which is trying to win every game.

“We’re hopefully returning to somewhere near our best and we’ve got to keep heading in that direction.”

isak speaks to TNT

15:00 , Chris Wilson

Isak is speaking to Ferdinand, Crouch and Lynsey Hipgrave after his man-of-the-match performance.

“Normally we just press all the time but the game plan was a bit different today. The way the manager set up the team in the game plan was excellent and we executed it in a good way as well.

He praises teammate Guimaraes, saying that “he is excellent in all phases of the pitch”.

On the potential of winning the Golden Boot, he says that “is not really in my mind”.

“I feel I am in good form now, myself and the team too. We just need to keep going in this way and working hard.”

Postecoglou speaks to TNT

14:51 , Chris Wilson

Spurs manager Ange Postecoglou says he “thought Newcastle were really good today”.

“We just didn’t get to any levels that would allow us to get a grip on the game.

“I thought even before the goals we didn’t have a real grip on the game like we usually do. It became a game of transition and we paid the price for that.

Even outside the goals I don’t think our football was anywhere near the level it should be.” 

On what went wrong, he says that Spurs will “have time to analyse that, right now [I’m] not really sure”.

On van de Ven’s mistakes, he says “that’s the life of an elite footballer, you’re going to make mistakes”.

“I think all of us as a group have a fair bit to learn from today.”

Gordon speaks to TNT

14:45 , Chris Wilson

Anthony Gordon is first in front of the cameras.

“We knew we couldn’t play our normal way against this team because they are so good with the ball,” he says.

“We changed tactically, went man for man, and the game plan that the manager set us up with was outstanding.

“I think especially here at St James’ with the crowd, if we can score back to back, quite close then it can feel like the stadium is suffocating you. Trust me, I have been here as an away player and it definitely feels like that.

“It came at a vital time and from there I felt like we controlled the game.”

On the race to qualify for Europe, he says that “it’s massive”.

“We’ve had a taste for it this season and we want next year to be the same. With performances like we put in today, that won’t put us far wrong off that.”

FULL-TIME: Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

14:41 , Chris Wilson

So a disappointing day for Spurs in a game that was crucial for their top four hopes. Ange Postecoglou’s side now face Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool in their next three games, and Manchester City just five days before the end of the season.

For the home side, it’s a fabulous win with some excellent performances. Isak and Gordon particularly stood out, though Barnes, Schar and Guimaraes all played very well too.

The Magpies face Crystal Palace, Sheffield United and Burnley in their next three games.

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Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

14:26 , Chris Wilson

FULL-TIME! And that is that. A huge win in Newcastle’s bid to return to European football. A chastening defeat in Spurs’ bid to get top four.

The damage was done with the two goals in 90-odd seconds, but Spurs rarely threatened in truth. A poor showing from the away side.

Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

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93 mins: Newcastle just playing it around now, trying to preserve that clean sheet.

Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

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92 mins: Newcastle bring on Matt Ritchie and Joe White for Guimaraes and Schar.

Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

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90 mins: There’ll be five minutes of added time. Isak gets the MOTM award, with honourable mention to Gordon and Schar.

Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

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88 mins: Harvey Barnes comes off for Lewis Hall.

GOAL! Newcastle 4-0 Tottenham

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86 mins: GOAL! So simple for Newcastle.

Gordon swings in a corner and Fabian Schar rises above the Spurs defence, and his towering header goes into the far corner. That had been coming, with Newcastle dominant from corners.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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85 mins: CLOSE! Another chance for Gordon after a lovely pass by Barnes, but Spurs manage to clear just before the England winner can get a shot away. Maybe should have hit it first time.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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83 mins: Lo Celso has come on for Maddison as Postecoglou tries one last throw of the dice.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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80 mins: CLOSE! Gordon swings in a corner and Royal heads it away straight to Krafth. His half-volleyed effort bounces and lands at the base of the post!

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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78 mins: Guimaraes launches a counter by playing in Livramento down the right. The substitute’s ball is an inviting one, but it’s just too far away from Isak.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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77 mins: Jacob Murphy comes off for Tino Livramento.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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75 mins: Spurs are still trying to find an opening, but the home side are defending well and limiting the opposition to long shots.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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72 mins: Anderson gets to the second ball and hits his own speculative effort, which also flies over. Both sides sort of look like they wouldn’t mind the game ending now.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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69 mins: Newcastle have defended very well, it must be said. They limit Maddison to a speculative effort from outside the box, which flies over.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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67 mins: Spurs can’t really string any meaningful attacking play together at the moment. Werner tries cutting inside but Murphy does well to tackle and win the goal kick.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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64 mins: Maddison plays Kulusevski into the box, but Newcastle clear for a corner.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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62 mins: Great play from Anderson. Barnes dinks it into him in the box, he skips past the challenge and hits a shot to the near post, but Vicario saves well.

From the corner, Newcastle get a head to it again but it just runs past Anderson.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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61 mins: Maddison is the latest to be booked after a high foot.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

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60 mins: Newcastle still look more likely to score, but Spurs have one chance. Brennan Johnson does well to bring it down and avoid a challenge, but he opts to shoot rather than play in Kulusevski.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

13:49 , Chris Wilson

57 mins: Spurs make their changes. Kulusevski, Pape Sarr and Hojbjerg come on for Son, Bentancur and Bissouma.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

13:46 , Chris Wilson

56 mins: Gordon delivers the free-kick and Isak gets a glancing header onto it, but it bounces wide of the far post!

Replays show he was likely offside.

Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

13:45 , Chris Wilson

55 mins: Spurs preparing more changes now. Newcastle are dominating as Romero is booked for bringing down Romero.

GOAL! Newcastle 3-0 Tottenham

13:43 , Chris Wilson

50 mins: GOAL! Too easy for Newcastle.

A long ball is played over from deep inside the Newcastle half. Isak is one-on-one with van de Ven on halfway and times his run perfectly from within his own half, and he races clear. He drives towards goal, opens his body up and slots it past Vicario into the far corner. 3-0.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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50 mins: Werner cuts in and hits a shot from outside the box. It’s straight at Dubravka.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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49 mins: Porro was down injured after that block and now he comes off for Emerson Royal.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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47 mins: Bissouma is booked for a late sliding challenge on Longstaff.

From the free-kick, the ball is clipped in and Schar wins the header. It runs to Isak, who diverts it goalwards, but Porro blocks.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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KICK-OFF! The home side get us underway in the second half.

HALF-TIME: Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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The teams are back in the tunnel now. Will we see any changes at half-time?

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Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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HALF-TIME! Nothing to report from added time as the half peters out. Spurs dominated the opening stages but Newcastle’s quick-fire double puts the firmly in control. The Magpies are flying now!

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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45 mins: There’ll be two minutes of added time.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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44 mins: A great sliding tackle from Schar prevents Son from being played clean through. Spurs look a little out of ideas as we approach half-time.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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42 mins: Another Newcastle chance as Barnes collects on the left and plays Anderson in on the overlapping run. His cross is put behind for a corner.

Gordon swings it in and Isak heads it towards goal, but nobody is there to connect with it. Newcastle are dominating corners so far.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

13:14 , Chris Wilson

41 mins: Dubravka almost gives Spurs a way back into the game after he fails to collect the long ball and ends up in no man’s land, but Schar does well to intervene and prevent the shot on an open goal.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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38 mins: Barnes plays a lovely clipped ball over to Isak, but he can’t bring it down before Vicario collects it.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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36 mins: CLOSE! Lovely again from Isak. Barnes plays it into him and he lets it run across his body, taking the defender out the game before he hits it. It’s blocked by the sliding challenge and Newcastle have a corner. You could argue that should’ve been 3-0.

Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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34 mins: Not sure if it’s van de Ven’s studs or poor decision-making, but that’s really poor defending twice in two minutes. Newcastle are flying now.

Gordon swings in a corner and Dan Burn gets his head to it, but it’s over.

GOAL! Newcastle 2-0 Tottenham

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32 mins: A torrid couples of minutes for van de Ven.

Pedro Porro plays a horrible backpass and Gordon intercepts it in the box. He cuts inside van de Ven, who’s sent to the floor for the second time in as many minutes, and Gordon rifles it past Vicario into the far corner!

GOAL! Newcastle 1-0 Tottenham

13:03 , Chris Wilson

30 mins: GOAL! That’s some lovely play from Isak.

Anthony Gordon picks up the ball on halfway, shrugs off Udogie and threads a pass through to Isak. He cuts inside van de Ven and slots it home!

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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27 mins: Newcastle can’t make anything of the free-kick, and Spurs win possession again, but Maddison can’t find Son on the break.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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25 mins: Gordon is the victim of a cynical foul for the third time in 25 minutes, and van de Ven gets the first booking of the day!

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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24 mins: Spurs have certainly been dominant so far here, though only one real clear-cut chance to report so far. Newcastle are struggling to play out from the back at times.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

12:54 , Chris Wilson

21 mins: Newcastle’s attack has just lacked a little bit of cohesion. Harvey Barnes is the latest to make a mistake as he tries to lay it off to Anderson.

Spurs try to counter but Burn fouls Maddison. No yellow again!

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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20 mins: Gordon does well to win possession and then he gets bodied by Maddison as Newcastle look to counter. The crowd think it should be a booking, but Maddison escapes.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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18 mins: Spurs are winning possession back quickly when they do lose it, despite the best efforts of Bruno Guimaraes and Newcastle’s attackers.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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16 mins: No real chances to note since that Werner miss. Spurs are enjoying a lot more possession, but Newcastle do look dangerous when they attack.

Spurs create another chance as Maddison skips past a challenge in the box and cuts it back to Werner, but he mishits his shot.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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14 mins: Vicario is fouled after collecting the corner. Son plays a lovely ball with the outside of his foot to Werner, but the German’s shot hits Son after the Spurs captain had made the overlapping run!

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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12 mins: Bentancur plays a wasteful pass after some nice exchanges from Spurs in attack. Newcastle go down the other end and Barnes easily skips past Murphy, but his cutback is cleared.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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11 mins: Newcastle almost win the ball in the Spurs box after pressing high – they’re using that to their advantage so far, with Vicario occasionally looking a little shaky.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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8 mins: Newcastle break and Gordon plays an early cross over to Harvey Barnes. His touch is almost perfect but Spurs put it behind for a corner.

Gordon swings the corner in, it comes off Bissouma and bounces down to Guimaraes, but Vicario clears!

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

12:39 , Chris Wilson

6 mins: Maddison swings the cross in but Spurs lose possession after Bissouma fouls Barnes. Plenty of exchanging possession at the moment.

Pedro Porro is released down the right and he plays in a lovely half-volleyed cross, but Werner volleys it over! He should have tried the header there.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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5 mins: Spurs are enjoying some possession now and Udogie wins a corner after getting away down the left.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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3 mins: Gordon’s corner is poor but Newcastle manage to retain possession before Anderson loses it to Udogie.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

12:34 , Chris Wilson

2 mins: Anthony Gordon gets away down the right and plays in a cross, but it’s just behind Isak. The home side win a corner.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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1 min: Almost a chance for Spurs as the ball bounces to Bentancur on the edge of the box, but it’s blocked.

Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham

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KICK-OFF! The away side get us underway.

Newcastle vs Tottenham LIVE

12:29 , Chris Wilson

The teams are out now and lining up. It could be a big day in the battle for European places.

Eddie Howe speaks to TNT

12:26 , Chris Wilson

Eddie Howe is in front of the cameras now.

He says that Spurs “are tactically interesting”, and so he has “picked a versatile team that can match-up to Tottenham very well”.

“Spurs stick to what they do. Their rotations is very good and regardless of the formation we have to be adaptable. Then of course on the ball we have to do what we have to do.”

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Newcastle vs Tottenham

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Alexander Isak has scored in each of his last five appearances at St. James’ Park, netting six goals in total.

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Dan Burn speaks to TNT

12:18 , Chris Wilson

Newcastle defender Dan Burn spoke to TNT a little while ago.

He emphasised that Newcastle “have only lost to a few teams at home, but it’s definitely different to last season”.

“We have changed the way we have played since last season – it has been a bit different. Injuries have hurt. We have not been able to rotate the squad, but I am still very confident when we play at home.”

On Spurs, he says that they are “doing something nobody else is doing”.

“They have some real threat going forward and I think it will be a real open game.”

Newcastle vs Tottenham

12:15 , Mike Jones

Newcastle’s Premier League fixtures have produced 117 goals this season, the most of any side in the competition, with 65 scored and 52 conceded.

Haptic shirt to help boost St James’ Park atmosphere for deaf Newcastle fans

12:10 , Mike Jones

Newcastle have launched a new initiative which will allow deaf supporters to “feel” the atmosphere of games at St James’ Park.

The Premier League club have brought out a new haptic replica shirt which, when worn at matches, will vibrate in response to crowd noises.

The technology, which utilises microphones placed around the ground, will be used for the first time as the Magpies host Tottenham in the Premier League on Saturday.

It is a world first in sport but similar systems have been used successfully in other areas of entertainment, particularly classical music concerts.

Haptic shirt to help boost St James’ Park atmosphere for deaf Newcastle fans

Newcastle vs Tottenham

12:05 , Mike Jones

Newcastle have found the net in all of their top-flight home fixtures this season, with Tottenham the only other side to achieve that.

Their run of scoring in 16 consecutive Premier League home matches is their longest since an 18-game streak from September 2002 to August 2003.

Newcastle vs Tottenham

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Ange Postecoglou’s side have failed to find the net in just one of their past 43 league matches – the 3-0 defeat at Fulham last month.

18 of their 23 Premier League goals this year have come in the second half of games.

Newcastle vs Tottenham

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Tottenham have won four of their past six top-flight matches, drawing one and losing the other. However, Spurs have triumphed in just two of their past nine Premier League away games, drawing four and losing three.

Newcastle vs Tottenham

11:50 , Mike Jones

Newcastle have lost only two of their last 10 Premier League matches, winning five and drawing three. Eddie Howe’s side are vying to win consecutive league games for the first time since December.

Newcastle vs Tottenham

11:45 , Mike Jones

Newcastle could win consecutive home league matches against Spurs for the first time since a run of four between April 2006 and December 2008.

Tottenham have scored on each of their last 17 visits to St. James’ Park in all competitions since a 1-0 FA Cup defeat in March 2005.

Newcastle vs Tottenham

11:40 , Mike Jones

Newcastle have lost six of their last nine home games against Tottenham in the Premier League, drawing one and winning two. However, those two wins were a 5-1 victory in May 2016 last season’s 6-1 triumph in April 2023.

Newcastle vs Tottenham

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Eddie Howe makes two changes to the Newcastle side that defeated Fulham 1-0 last weekend.

Joe Willock is ruled out with an Achilles injury while Lewis Hall drops to the bench. Elliot Anderson and Harvey Barnes both came into the starting line-up.

Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou makes just the one change to the team which cruised to a 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest. Rodrigo Bentancur is preferred to Pape Matar Sarr in midfield.

Richarlison doesn’t make the squad.

Newcastle vs Tottenham line-ups

11:31 , Mike Jones

Newcastle XI: Dubravka, Krafth, Schar, Burn, Barnes, S Longstaff, Guimaraes, Anderson, Murphy, Isak, Gordon

Tottenham XI: Vicario, Porro, Romero, van de Ven, Udogie, Bissouma, Bentancur, Johnson, Maddison, Werner, Son Heung-min

Ange Postecoglou: I’ve no interest in filming a new docuseries at Tottenham

11:27 , Luke Baker

Ange Postecoglou has no interest in following the lead of Newcastle and other clubs, which includes his own, of allowing the TV cameras inside the Tottenham dressing room to film a documentary.

Spurs return to St James’ Park on Saturday for the first time since their 6-1 thrashing last April, which features in a recent docuseries about the north-east club.

Episode three of the four-part series focuses on a match which proved the nadir of a sorry season for Tottenham and subsequently resulted in the appointment of Postecoglou in June.

This documentary about Newcastle is the latest in a collection of sports series by Amazon Prime, which includes Spurs’ 2019-20 campaign where then-manager Jose Mourinho predictably proved a TV star, but the current coach in the hotseat has no such burning desire.

Ange Postecoglou: I’ve no interest in filming a new docuseries at Tottenham

Newcastle vs Tottenham tips, predictions and Premier League betting odds

11:12 , Luke Baker

With Aston Villa fading in the race for fourth, Tottenham go to Newcastle on Grand National Saturday sensing an opportunity to pull clear of their rivals with the finish line in sight.

Villa and Spurs are both on 60 points, but Ange Postecoglou’s men lead by a nose thanks to their superior goal difference. The top-four odds show Tottenham as favourite to finish fourth, and while fifth is likely to be enough to also qualify for the Champions League, it doesn’t yet come with the guarantee of top-tier European action fourth has to offer.

With Villa going to Arsenal on Sunday, Spurs can put some daylight between them and Unai Emery’s men but the hosts have European ambitions of their own and could move into the top six with a victory.

The Magpies hammered Tottenham 6-1 the last time they visited Tyneside but are home underdogs on betting apps for this latest encounter.

Here are our tips for the game:

Newcastle vs Tottenham tips, predictions and Premier League betting odds

Early Tottenham team news

11:00 , Luke Baker

For the visitors, striker Richarlison missed their last match against Nottingham Forest, and will be assessed ahead of this game.

Fraser Forster, Ryan Sessegnon and Manor Solomon all remain on the sidelines.

Predicted Tottenham XI: Vicario; Porro, Romero, van de Ven, Udogie; Bissouma, Sarr; Johnson, Maddison, Werner; Son

Early Newcastle team news

10:50 , Luke Baker

Joe Willock is the latest addition to the Newcastle injury list. The Magpies have one of the league’s worst injury records, with Nick Pope, Callum Wilson, Kieran Trippier, Jamaal Lascelles, Joelinton, Sven Botman, Matt Targett and Tino Livramento all out.

Sandro Tonali is of course still suspended. Lewis Hall faces a late fitness test

Predicted Newcastle XI: Dubravka; Krafth, Schar, Burn, Hall; Longstaff, Guimaraes, Anderson; Murphy, Isak, Gordon

How to watch Newcasle v Spurs

10:40 , Luke Baker

Newcastle vs Tottenham kicks off at 12.30pm BST on 13 April 2024 at St. James’ Park, Newcastle.

How can I watch it?

The match will be shown live on TNT Sports 1 and TNT Sports Ultimate, which subscribers can stream via the Discovery + app and website. Coverage will begin at 11am BST.

If you’re travelling abroad and want to watch major sporting events, you might need a VPN to unblock your streaming app. Our VPN round-up is here to help and includes deals on VPNs in the market. Viewers using a VPN need to make sure that they comply with any local regulations where they are, and also with the terms of their service provider.

Everything you need to know about Newcastle v Tottenham

10:40 , Luke Baker

Newcastle United welcome Tottenham Hotspur to St James’ Park in the weekend’s early kick-off in the Premier League.

The Magpies face a Spurs team that has recently moved into the top four as they continue to hunt for a guaranteed Champions League spot. Ange Postecoglou’s side sit on 60 points, level on points with fifth-placed Villa but with one game in hand.

Eddie Howe’s side meanwhile, have struggled to replicate last season’s form and are languishing in eighth as they hunt a return to European competition next season. Nevertheless, they’re only two points of sixth-placed Manchester United, even if a return to the Champions League is pretty much off the cards.

Both sides have won three, drawn one and lost one of their last five Premier League games, though Newcastle’s extensive injury list may well have tipped the game in Spurs’ favour.

In any case, Tottenham will be eager to pick up three points ahead of a run of five games that will see them face Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City before the end of the season.

Here’s everything you need to know about the match

Is Newcastle vs Tottenham on TV? How to watch Premier League fixture

Newcastle vs Tottenham

10:20 , Luke Baker

Welcome to The Independent’s coverage of Newcastle vs Tottenham as both sides try to move closer to a place in Europe next season.

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