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West Ham V Newcastlelive Stream Premier League- Preview 18th Jan 2014

Match Preview: On Saturday,18 January 2014,There Is One of the important match West Ham V Newcastle of Premier League  Live High Quality Streaming, West Ham V Newcastlestreaming is available here West Ham V Newcastle Live Stream online video Premier League Video Free The match will take plcae at Upton Park 1/18/14 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 West Ham V Newcastle Live Stream, West Ham V Newcastle live streaming TV Coverage, Live Streaming,West Ham V Newcastleonline free, West Ham V Newcastle Live High Quality Streaming video,Leeds V Upton Park of Light Saturday,18 January 2014, kick-off 15:00 (GMT). West Ham boss Sam Allardyce must decide whether to start fit-again striker Andy Carroll against his former club after his cameo against Cardiff last weekend. James Collins and Ricardo Vaz Te are available but Guy Demel and Winston Reid are injured, while James Tomkins and Kevin Nolan serve suspensions. Newcastle United are still without captain Fabricio Coloccini due to a knee injury.
Full-back Mathieu Debuchy serves the final game of a three-match ban.
West Ham's win at Cardiff last Saturday was quite a surprise at the end of a week in which they had conceded 11 goals in two cup matches without reply. Whether it's a turning point in their season is impossible to say, but the return of Andy Carroll could be. His presence on the field and the psychological boost to the whole club can only help, but just as it seemed daft to build their transfer strategy solely around him last summer, it would be unfair to expect too much immediately on his return.
We're set to see Carroll make his first appearance at Upton Park since last season and it's a game he'll be desperate to do well in with his former club in town.
Carroll isn't the only one who's got history with the opposition this weekend. West Ham's captain, Kevin Nolan, also used to play for Newcastle but he'll miss the game through suspension.
Alan Pardew will also understand what Sam Allardyce is going through at the moment after previously managing West Ham himself. Pardew took them to the FA Cup final, where they narrowly lost to Liverpool, but was sacked in 2006.
Allardyce suffered a similar fate at St James's Park after a spell in charge during which they never fell in love with either him or his methods.
West Ham's win over Cardiff was their first in eight league matches and especially timely given their predicament and the difficult trip to Chelsea that follows this game.
Newcastle were left stewing over the 'goal' that wasn't given against Manchester City last week and they travel south on the back of three straight defeats without scoring. A win here would be their first since Boxing Day.
It could be tight. Two of the last three matches between the sides have ended goalless, with West Ham winning the other by a single goal at St James' last season, scored by the currently suspended Nolan.

The Hammers were the only side that managed to keep a clean sheet both home and away against Newcastle United in the Premier League last season - they also managed one in the 0-0 draw between the sides in August.
Newcastle have lost just one of their last seven matches at Upton Park.

West Ham United
West Ham's win over Cardiff was their first in eight league matches.
Their 2-0 win was only the sixth time in 21 league matches this season that they had scored more than two goals in a game.
They picked up their ninth clean sheet of the season (the joint highest in the top flight) against Cardiff, after previously conceding 22 goals in six matches in all competitions.
Carlton Cole has scored three times in his last five Premier League appearances.
The Hammers have lost 14 points from winning positions this season, more than any other team.

Newcastle United
After a run of one defeat in nine, Newcastle have lost their last three matches.
This the first time they have failed to score in three successive league games in the same season since they were relegated in 2008-09.
They have yet to draw an away game this season, having won five and lost five of their 10 fixtures so far. They only managed two away victories in the whole of last season. 

Competition: Premier League       
West Ham V Newcastle               
Date: Saturday, 18 January 2014
Kickoff: 15:00 GMT
Venue: Upton Park   
Live/Repeat: Live

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