Friday, 13 December 2013

Newcastle V Southampton live Stream Premier League– Preview 14th Dec 2013

Match Preview: Saturday 14th December 2013,One of the important match Newcastle V Southampton of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming,  Newcastle V Southampton streaming is available here  Newcastle V Southampton Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at St James' Park 12/14/13 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things.Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things Newcastle V Southampton Live Stream Newcastle V Southampton,Newcastle V Southampton online free, Newcastle V Southampton Live High Quality Streaming video.Newcastle V Southampton at St James' Park Saturday 14th December 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT). Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye serves a one-match suspension against Southampton after accumulating five yellow cards this season.Magpies manager Alan Pardew has no fresh injury concerns.Southampton's latest injury concern is midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, who could miss out with a pelvic injury.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino says Victor Wanyama, Artur Boruc, Nathaniel Clyne, Daniel Fox and Kelvin Davis remain unavailable through injury.
When these two teams met at St James' Park back in February they were both in the bottom five of the Premier League and seriously wondering whether they could keep their heads above the relegation waters.
This time around they are both in the top eight and playing almost without a care in the world.
Newcastle's Old Trafford history-makers are guaranteed a heroes' reception when they emerge from the dressing rooms, while Southampton can reflect that they very nearly beat Manchester City last weekend.
That game featured another terrific display from Adam Lallana, who now looks a certainty to go to Brazil with the England squad, and performances of huge promise from their young English full backs Luke Shaw and Calum Chambers.
Aside from defeat at Swansea earlier this month, Newcastle's results have been spectacular over the last six weeks. Not only did the Magpies beat Manchester United away but won at Spurs and at home to Chelsea.
Their response to losing at Sunderland at the end of October has been admirable - 15 points from a possible 18.
Alan Pardew will enjoy facing Southampton. He was their manager for the 2009-10 season when - with one arm tied behind his back thanks to a 10-point penalty - he took them to within a place of the League One play-offs and won the Johnstone's Paint Trophy at Wembley. Not bad you may think - but not good enough for chairman Nicola Cortese.
Neither party should hold grudges. After all, Pardew was soon in charge at Newcastle and Southampton appointed Nigel Adkins who picked up the baton and took Saints to the Premier League.
Six of the team which played for Southampton in their last game under Pardew (a 4-0 win over Bristol Rovers in August 2010) were involved in that St James' Park meeting last February and two of them (Ricky Lambert and Schneiderlin) scored, albeit in a 4-2 defeat.
The aforementioned Lallana was one of those six, and he above all is surely welcome evidence that it is still possible to play your way from the lower leagues to the very top.

Newcastle are unbeaten in 10 home league and cup games against Southampton stretching back to November 1997, winning nine of them.
Both sides won their respective home fixtures in last season's Premier League.
It is 10 years (2002-03) since Newcastle and Southampton both finished a Premier League season in the top half.

Newcastle have won five of their last six games, including three of their last four at St James' Park.
They have scored fewer goals at home (seven) than any other top-half side. Only Aston Villa [six] have a worse record in the whole division.
Newcastle's tally of four away victories is bettered by only Arsenal and Tottenham (both five).
United have won twice as many games (eight) as they had at the same stage of last season's Premier League.
Alan Pardew's side have taken the lead in 10 of their 15 league outings.
The Magpies' last nine goals have all come from French players - while only one of 20 league goals in total was scored by player of a different nationality (Wales defender Paul Dummett).
France striker Loic Remy has failed to score in his last three games (358 minutes), his longest run without a goal for Newcastle this season.

Last weekend's draw with Manchester City ended a run of three straight defeats.
Southampton have scored fewer away goals (five) than any other top-half side.
Italian striker Dani Osvaldo has scored in his last two games for Saints.
Six of Southampton's 19 goals have come five minutes either side of half-time, while five were scored in the last 10 minutes. 
Competition: Premier League
  Newcastle V Southampton
Date: Saturday 14th December 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: St James' Park
Live/Repeat: Live

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