Is Everton vs Newcastle United on TV? Kick-off time, channel and highlights details

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How to watch Everton vs Newcastle United including live stream info and highlights details for the Premier League fixture.

The eyes of clubs at both ends of the Premier League table will be on Goodison Park on Thursday night as Champions League chasing Newcastle United visit relegation threatened Everton.

The Magpies boosted their hopes of returning to European football’s elite for the first time in 20 years when they romped to a 6-1 home win against top four rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday afternoon. Their hosts will head into the game sat in the Premier League’s bottom three but know Tuesday night’s 1-1 draw between Leicester City and Leeds United means they will move out of the relegation zone with a win against Eddie Howe’s men.

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Here is everything you need to know ahead of what will be another crucial game as the Premier League season approaches its final stages.

When is Everton v Newcastle United?

The game takes place at Everton’s Goodison Park on Thursday, 26 April and kick-off is at 7.45pm.

Yes, the good news for supporters without a ticket is that the game has been selected for live broadcast by BT Sport. It will be shown on BT Sport 2. Coverage of this one will begin at 7.15pm on Thursday. As well as being available on TV, subscribers will be able to watch the fixture live via the BT Sport app, which can be viewed on mobiles, tablets and computers.

Are there any highlights being shown?

Extended highlights of the game will be shown on BT Sport 2 at 3am on Friday morning and goals should be available via the Sky Sports Scores app after the game.

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What has Eddie Howe said about the game?

Speaking about his side’s approach to the game, the Magpies boss said: “I think it’s hugely important that we don’t settle, that after a victory like we had on Sunday we don’t sit back and relax with that and that is the wrong emotion.

“We have to use the confidence we have from the game, the way we played, the manner of the performance, and use it to fuel us even more to try and recreate those moments again. That is the reaction we need.”

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