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Newcastle are roared on for the final minute or so but are unable to break down Swansea's resistance for a second time and the final whistle goes. The Swans run out 2-1 winners and now move above the Magpies following an exciting encounter at St James' Park.
GOAL Is there still time for Newcastle after all? Sylvain Marveaux crashes a shot against the bar from Hatem Ben Arfa's pull-back and Demba Ba heads home to make it 2-1.
GOAL Tim Krul does well to keep out an angled drive from Danny Graham but the rebound falls nicely for Jonathan de Guzman to tuck in an easy finish and double Swansea's lead.
Michael Laudrup makes a change with just a few minutes remaining and it is goal-scorer Michu who is taken off to be replaced by Danny Graham.
Alan Pardew shuffles his pack for a third and final time, bringing on Sylvain Marveaux for Sammy Ameobi.
With 15 minutes remaining, Sky Bet make Newcastle 11/4 to salvage a draw and 16/1 to come back and win.
Alan Pardew makes his second change and it is youngster Gael Bigirimana who is brought on in place of Danny Simpson.
Swansea make another change as Itay Shechter is replaced by Kemy Agustien.
Angel Rangel becomes the latest player to be cautioned following a foul on Sammy Ameobi down Newcastle's left.
Michael Laudrup makes his first change for Swansea as he brings on former Newcastle player Wayne Routledge for Nathan Dyer.
GOAL Michu heads Swansea in front from Pablo Hernandez's left-wing cross after Tim Krul fails to get enough distance on a clearance.
Can anyone break the deadlock? Sky Bet make Demba Ba the 5/1 favourite to do so with Shola Ameobi 7/1 and Michu 10s
Swansea get the second half started and Newcastle have made a change at the break, with Shola Ameobi coming on in place of Shane Ferguson. Both sides will still fancy their chances of walking away with all three points after a closely-fought first period.
Demba Ba drives a header over the crossbar moments before the whistle goes for half-time. It remains goalless but the game has had its moments, with both keepers being forced into action. Hatem Ben Arfa has looked by far Newcastle's biggest threat, but it is Swansea who have had the better chances on the counter-attack.
Cheick Tiote is brought down 25 yards from goal by Leon Britton, who receives a yellow card. Newcastle fail to make the most of the free-kick as Hatem Ben Arfa's shot crashes into the defensive wall.
Itay Shechter is booked for a foul on Davide Santon. He did not make much contact with the Newcastle man but it looked a wild challenge on the stretch after he had lost control of the ball.
Ben writes: 'It's now or never for Newcastle as we just haven't delivered this season so we need the big players to bring home the 3 points for the Toon. But you look at our bench and you do worry whether that will happen. Sadly going for 1-1.'
Michael has got in touch, saying: 'Today's match could kick-start our season hopefully, the first goal will be important for both teams so i'll go 3-1 Magpies!'
Swansea head to St James' Park having failed to score in five of their last six visits and Newcastle to win to nil this afternoon is a 5/2 shot, while a 2-0 scoreline for the hosts is 17/2. The Magpies are 10/11 in the match result market, with Swansea 3/1 and the draw available at 12/5. Demba Ba (9/2) and Papiss Cisse (5/1) head the first goalscorer betting, and it's 5/1 for them both to score. Swansea pair Michu and Danny Graham are both 7/1 to score first.
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