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Is Southampton vs Newcastle United on TV? Channel and live stream info, kick off time and more

Newcastle United will be hoping to keep their unbeaten streak intact this week when they travel south to face Southampton. The Magpies have undergone a dramatic rejuvenation under head coach Eddie Howe, who bolstered his squad with five new additions in the January transfer window.

They haven’t suffered a league defeat since their heavy loss to Manchester City in December 2021, meaning they haven’t gone home empty-handed in any of their last eight Premier League games. Seven points currently separate the men from ninth-placed Southampton and Howe, although Newcastle have played one game less.

ChronicleLive has gathered all the details Magpies supporters need ahead of the trip to Southampton.

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When is Southampton vs Newcastle United?

The game kicks off at 7:30 p.m. under the lights of St. Mary’s Stadium on Thursday, March 10. It was originally scheduled for January 2 but was postponed following a request from Newcastle, who cited Covid-19 cases and injuries as the reason.

Is Southampton vs Newcastle United on TV?

Unfortunately, the meeting between the Saints and the Magpies will not be broadcast live on television.

Can I stream Southampton vs Newcastle United?

As the match is not broadcast live on TV, it will not be available live. However, fans can follow all the action here on the ChronicleLive website, where we’ll be providing full coverage with our live blog.

Are there any first news from the team?

It was reported on Friday that Howe hoped Matt Ritchie would return to training this week, so the 32-year-old could have a role to play. However, no return date has been set for Kieran Trippier or long-term absentee Callum Wilson.

Allan Saint-Maximin returned from injury to appear on the bench in the win over Brighton & Hove Albion, so the French winger could be ready to start if needed by Howe.

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