Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Newcastle V Stoke live Stream Premier League– Preview 26 Dec 2013

Match Preview: Thursday 26th December 2013,One of the important match Newcastle V Stoke of Premier League Live High Quality Streaming,Newcastle V Stoke  streaming is available here Newcastle V Stoke Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at St James' Park 12/26/13 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 Stoke Live Stream Newcastle V Stoke,Newcastle V Stoke online free,Newcastle V Stoke Live High Quality Streaming video.Newcastle V Stoke at St James' Park Thursday 26th December 2013, kick-off 15:00 (GMT). Newcastle United are without suspended midfielder Cheick Tiote, who received his fifth booking of the season against Crystal Palace.Jonas Gutierrez is nursing a calf problem and will be assessed.Stoke midfielder Stephen Ireland is available again, having missed the win over parent club Aston Villa under the terms of his loan agreement.Defender Robert Huth will miss all of the Potters' festive fixtures as he recovers from a knee operation.
This is something of a Christmas treat for the Toon Army: a rare home game for them to enjoy on Boxing Day.
They certainly have been enjoying the football served up by Alan Pardew's side over the last couple of months. Since October, Newcastle have won six of their eight matches to soar up the table. Once concerned about being on the fringes of the relegation battle, talk is now of Europe - and not necessarily another crack at the Europa League.While others debate which of the Merseyside clubs might qualify for the Champions League, few consider Newcastle. And that's probably the way the Geordies like it. Pardew has done a magnificent job in remobilising his squad into an exciting, efficient unit. Once again his Frenchmen are to the fore, with the flair of Yohan Cabaye, the energy of Moussa Sissoko and the goals of Yoan Gouffran to name but three.
But it's not just a Gallic tale. Don't underestimate the industry of Cheick Tiote and Vernon Anita, the class of Fabricio Coloccini and goalkeeper Tim Krul.
With Arsenal visiting St James' on Sunday, the temptation will be to consider Stoke as easier opponents. That could be dangerous because, like Newcastle, the Potters have hit a rich seam of form with recent impressive victories over Aston Villa and Chelsea.
Mark Hughes insisted through the dark days of September and October that his team would get better and so it's proved.
Their four-game unbeaten run is their best for over a year. Charged with taking Stoke on to another level, the Welshman is currently on course to do just that. They're 10th in the table and under Tony Pulis they never finished in the top half.
Securing a rare win at Newcastle would strengthen their case considerably.

Stoke have won just once at St James' Park in all competitions since 1976 - a 2-1 victory in 2010.
Newcastle have won three of their last four matches against Stoke, including a dramatic last-minute 2-1 victory at St James' Park last March.
Yohan Cabaye and Papiss Cisse have both scored three goals in their last three league appearances against Stoke, while Jon Walters has scored in four of his last five Premier League appearances against Newcastle.

They have lost just one of their last eight league matches (W6, D1, L1).
The Magpies have scored in 14 of their last 15 league games.
It will be a year to the day on Boxing Day that an English player last scored a league goal for Newcastle United (James Perch against Manchester United).
They have lost six of their last seven Premier League matches played on 26 December - although this is only their second home game in the last 12 seasons to be played on Boxing Day.
A win in this fixture would be their 200th victory at home in the Premier League.

This is Mark Hughes' longest unbeaten run as a Premier League manager since March 2011, when he was in charge of Fulham.
The Potters have lost only one of their last 16 league matches in December and are unbeaten in their last 12 since losing 3-0 at Manchester City on 21 December 2011.
Like Newcastle, they have lost just one of their last eight league matches (W3, D4, L1).
This is the third time in six seasons in the Premier League that they have had 21 points after 17 matches. Their lowest tally was 20 points, in 2008-09. 

Competition: Premier League  
Match: Newcastle V Stoke      
Date: Thursday 26th December 2013
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue:  St James' Park  
Live/Repeat: Live

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