Newcastle vs Bournemouth live streaming
If you want to watch Newcastle vs Bournemouth online, these are the live streaming instructions.
Match: Newcastle vs Bournemouth
Competition: Premier League
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Newcastle vs Bournemouth live streaming info
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Newcastle vs Bournemouth live streaming: How to watch from anywhere in the world
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Newcastle vs Bournemouth live streaming: TV listings
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Newcastle vs Bournemouth live streaming: Match preview
Newcastle United have won a match!
Ayoze Pérez scored the only goal of the game last Saturday as they beat Watford 1-0 at home.
That only tells half the story though.
The Magpies were by far second best and a combinations of wayward Watford finishing and some excellent Martin Dúbravka saved won them the match.
This’ll be a step up in difficulty though.
Last weekend, despite dominating the first half, Bournemouth somehow managed to lose 2-1 at home to Manchester United.
Callum Wilson had given the hosts the lead by a late goal meant The Cherries left with nothing.
Can Bournemouth bounce back at St James’ Park.