Newcastle United vs Everton: How to watch, TV channel, live stream, kick-off time, and team news for Premier League clash
Eddie Howe’s men are set for a bottom of the table six-pointer at St. James’ Park.
For their part, the Toffees have been in something of a slump in recent weeks, and have taken just one point from the last 15 available.
That dire run of form ultimately cost former Toon boss Rafa Benitez his job at Goodison Park, but the Blues will be hoping to climb seven points clear of the relegation zone by handing new manager Frank Lampard a win in his first league match at the club.
The ex-Chelsea star got his Everton career off to a fine start with a commanding 4-1 victory over Brentford in the FA Cup at the weekend.
Here’s everything you need to know about Tuesday night’s clash, and how you catch all of the action...
What time does Newcastle United vs Everton kick off?
The Magpies will play host to the Toffees on Tuesday February 8th, with the game due to get underway at 7.45pm.
What TV channel is Newcastle United vs Everton on?
Those without a subscription can purchase a monthly pass for £25.
How can I stream Newcastle United vs Everton?
BT Sport subscribers can stream the game via the BT Sport app on their mobile, tablet, or desktop device.
What is the team news for Newcastle United vs Everton?
Jamaal Lascelles could feature for Eddie Howe’s side despite picking up an injury against Leeds. The managed to get some vital minutes under his belt in a friendly during the Magpies’ recent trip to Saudi Arabia.
Similarly, Emil Krafth was able to train during the Toon Army’s Middle Eastern excursion, although there is no confirmation of his availability just yet.
Joelinton was taken off during the 1-0 win over Leeds, but his groin injury is reportedly less serious than first feared.
Callum Wilson is still out after being ruled out for eight weeks shortly after the turn of the year.
What are the latest odds for Newcastle United vs Everton?
At the time of writing, Newcastle are marginal favourites to win this one at a price of 6/4, as per SkyBet.
Everton are priced at 7/4, while a draw comes in at 12/5.
Chris Wood is favourite to open the scoring for the Magpies at 9/2.