Southampton v Newcastle United: How to watch Premier League game on TV, live stream details and kick off time
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Newcastle have been in scintillating form in the Premier League, and find themselves in fourth position. They are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League matches and haven’t lost in the league since the end of August.
Speaking in the post-match press conference, Saints manager Ralph Hassenhuttl said: “We played too slow and with too many mistakes. The counter-pressing was very aggressive and when you don’t play quick enough you get under pressure. When not every player is at the highest level it is not possible to compete in the Premier League.”
Newcastle have been a revelation since Eddie Howe came in. He has made some shrewd signings, and reignited Miguel Almiron, who, along with Kieran Trippier and Bruno Guimaraes has been nominated for Premier League Player of the Month.
When does Southampton v Newcastle United kick off?
Kick off between Southampton and Newcastle United is at 2pm on Sunday, November 6 at St Mary’s Stadium.
Is the game on TV?
Yes. The game has been moved for a Sunday kick off and will be broadcasted by Sky Sports. People can watch on live stream via Sky Go.
How to sign up to Sky Sports
Fans wishing to watch the game can watch via NOW TV. You can choose from two options. One of those options is a one-day membership. This gives you access to all Sky Sports channels for 24 hours and costs £11.98.
Another option is the monthly pass. This is currently on offer for £25 a month for three months, down from £33.99.
Sky Q and Sky + customers can purchase the ‘Complete Sky Sports’ package. This costs £25 extra a month and gives you access to all Sky Sports channels.
New customers to Sky can purchase the complete packages. This includes all Sky Sports channels, Sky TV, Netflix and more. It costs £46 a month for 18 months, down from £51 a month.
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