Is Everton v Newcastle United on TV? How can I follow the game? Stream details and team news

Four days after their 1-0 loss to Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge, Newcastle United travel to Everton on Thursday looking to get back to winning ways.

Eddie Howe’s men fell to their first league defeat in nine games on Sunday after falling to a late defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

The result meant the Magpies sit 14th in the Premier League, nine points above the relegation zone.

Everton, meanwhile, are in poor form under Frank Lampard, with no wins in their last four league games.

The Merseyside club lost 1-0 to Wolverhampton Wanderers in their last outing but will be hoping to turn their fortunes around with a victory against Newcastle.

Newcastle chief Eddie Howe. Picture: OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images

When and where is the match?

Everton vs Newcastle in the Premier League will take place at Goodison on Thursday, March 17, kick-off 7:45pm.

Is Everton vs Newcastle on TV?

The clash at the home of the Blues won’t be shown live on TV, but instead to Amazon Prime membership holders.

Highlights from the game will be available on Sky Sports YouTube channel later that evening as well as on both clubs’ websites.

Is Everton vs Newcastle available on live stream or PPV?

The game is available to watch on Amazon Prime.

Alternatively, you can follow the action for free on NUFCTV from 7pm via the Magpies’ official website with audio commentary from BBC Newcastle’s Matthew Raisbeck and former Newcastle midfielder player John Anderson.

Craig Pawson. Pic: Getty

Who is the match referee?

Craig Pawson is the man in the middle. He will be assisted by Lee Betts and Dan Robathan, while the fourth official for the clash is Mike Dean.

Stuart Attwell will be the VAR, and will be assisted by Darren Cann.

What’s the latest team news?

The Magpies will be without Callum Wilson and Kieran Trippier for the clash at Goodison Park, while Jonjo Shelvey and Joelinton remain a doubt.

Trippier unavailable for selection due to injury. Credit: Getty.

Joe Willock could return to Howe’s matchday squad with the midfielder back from illness.

Javier Manquillo is likely to continue at right-back in Trippier’s absence, while Willock could compete with Sean Longstaff and Bruno Guimaraes in centre-midfield.

As for Everton, Jonjoe Kenny won’t be available for the game due to suspension after receiving two yellow cards against Wolves.

However, Dominic Calvert-Lewin could return for the Blues on Thursday. The England forward was absent from their game with Wolves through illness.

Fabian Delph (thigh), Yerry Mina (quadriceps) and Tom Davies (hamstring), meanwhile, remain out.

What are the match odds?

Everton 13/10, Draw 9/4, Newcastle 21/10 – SkyBet, correct as of March 17.