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St James' Park, Newcastle (ATT 51,665) 26th December 2013 - Kick off 15:00

Newcastle Newcastle United vs Stoke City Stoke

Newcastle 5

L Remy (44, 56)
Y Gouffran (48)
Y Cabaye (66)
P Cisse (pen 80)


Stoke 1

O Assaidi (29)
G Whelan (S/O 40)
M Wilson (S/O 43)

Premier League preview: Newcastle United welcome Stoke City

Last Updated: 01/01/14 3:20pm

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Alan Pardew: His Newcastle side host Stoke on Boxing Day

Alan Pardew: His Newcastle side host Stoke on Boxing Day

Newcastle United welcome Stoke City to St James' Park, with both sides looking to extend their unbeaten runs.

The hosts have lost just once in their last eight, an impressive run of form which sees them in firmly in contention for a European spot as they currently occupy sixth place.

Alan Pardew's side come into the game on the back of a 3-0 away win at Crystal Palace and they have not lost any of their last five league games in front of a home crowd.

Stoke have enjoyed a recent change in fortunes and their 2-1 win at home to Aston Villa saw them extend their unbeaten run to four games in the league, climbing up to 10th the process.

However, Mark Hughes' side are without a league win away from home since they beat West Ham 1-0 back in August.

Stoke have suffered defeat in their last two visits to Newcastle, but Newcastle have lost six of their last seven Premier League games played on Boxing Day.


Newcastle will win this. About seven weeks ago people were talking about them being in a relegation battle - and I was probably one of them - but they are flying along now and the game that probably changed things was the Tottenham one.

They could have lost by at least six goals in that match but won it and haven't looked back. If they get all their players fit, they are a really good team.


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Alan Pardew will be without Cheick Tiote after the midfielder picked up his fifth yellow card of the season in the 3-0 win at Crystal Palace.

Having come off the bench to find the net at Selhurst Park, Hatem Ben Arfa could return to the starting line-up in Tiote's absence.

Winger Jonas Gutierrez is nursing a calf problem picked up in training and is a doubt but otherwise, the Newcastle boss has no new concerns with Ryan Taylor his only long-term absentee due to an anterior cruciate ligament injury.

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Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam starred off the bench in the 2-1 win over Aston Villa, scoring the opening goal, and Mark Hughes may be prompted into rewarding him with a start.

Hughes also has Stephen Ireland available for selection once again in midfield after he was forced to sit out against his parent club.

Defender Robert Huth is a definite absentee and he will miss all of the Christmas fixtures as he recovers from a knee operation.

Previous game's starting line-ups

  • Krul 1 Krul
  • Janmaat 22 Janmaat
  • Williamson 6 Williamson
  • Coloccini 2 Coloccini
  • Anita 8 Anita

  • Abeid 30 Abeid

  • Taylor R 4 Taylor R
  • Colback 14 Colback
  • Gouffran 11 Gouffran

  • Ayoze Perez 17 Ayoze Perez
  • Cabella 20 Cabella

Team taken from Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur (Barclays Premier League) on Sunday 19th April 2015

  • Begovic 1 Begovic
  • Cameron 20 Cameron
  • Shawcross 17 Shawcross
  • Wollscheid 26 Wollscheid
  • Pieters 3 Pieters
  • Whelan 6 Whelan

  • N'Zonzi 15 N'Zonzi
  • Walters 19 Walters
  • Ireland 7 Ireland

  • Arnautovic 10 Arnautovic
  • Diouf 18 Diouf

Team taken from Stoke City vs Southampton (Barclays Premier League) on Saturday 18th April 2015

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Barclays Premier League

Barclays Premier League
Pos Team P Pts
1 Chelsea 32 76
2 Arsenal 32 66
3 Manchester United 33 65
4 Manchester City 33 64
5 Liverpool 32 57
6 Tottenham Hotspur 33 57
7 Southampton 33 56
8 Swansea City 33 47
9 Stoke City 33 46
10 West Ham United 33 43
11 Crystal Palace 33 42
12 Everton 33 41
13 West Bromwich Albion 33 36
14 Newcastle United 33 35
15 Aston Villa 33 32
16 Sunderland 32 29
17 Hull City 32 28
18 Leicester City 32 28
19 Queens Park Rangers 33 26
20 Burnley 33 26


Newcastle v Stoke 2013

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Newcastle hammer Stoke

Newcastle hammer Stoke

Alan Pardew says his side were very clinical after Stoke had two players sent off in the first half.

Cottee: Whelan sending-off changed game

Cottee: Whelan sending-off changed game

Tony Cottee said Glenn Whelan's sending-off changed the game between Newcastle and Stoke, where Newcastle went on to win 5-1.