Newcastle v Southampton live streaming – where to watch on TV

Newcastle United kick off their Premier League campaign against newly promoted Southampton at St James Park (3PM).

The season has begun unfavorably for Newcastle, with consecutive defeats in their first two Premier League games. They suffered a 4-2 loss to West Ham United in their opener, followed by a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa last weekend.

How to Watch Newcastle v Southampton TV channels & live streams

The match is scheduled to kick off at 3:00PM at St James ParkStadium, with live streaming on Viaplay in Europe (the game is not available live in the UK). You can also use Bet365 and their in play service.

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Adding to their woes, Newcastle were eliminated from the EFL Cup on penalties by Burnley. They are currently 18th in the Premier League standings as they gear up to face Southampton.

Southampton, on the other hand, put on a solid display against Manchester United last weekend. They followed that by overwhelming Newport County with an 8-0 victory in the EFL Cup, with Mohamed Elyounoussi scoring a hat-trick, propelling the Saints into the third round.

Despite a 3-1 loss to Everton on the first day of the Premier League season, Ralph Hassenhuttl’s team showed resilience and tactical discipline against Manchester United, effectively containing their offensive plays.

Historically, Southampton has struggled at St. James’ Park, losing their last four visits and failing to secure a win in their past five encounters there.

In their last 10 matchups, Newcastle United has dominated, winning five times, while Southampton has won twice, and three games have ended in draws.

The most recent clash between the two sides was in February of the 2020-21 season, where Newcastle edged out Southampton 3-2 at St. James’ Park.