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FT 5th September 2020 1:00 PM

St. James' Park

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5th September 2020 1:00 PM

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5th September 2020 1:00 PM

Newcastle United will entertain Championship side Stoke City in their final pre-season friendly.

The Potters - managed by former Magpies midfielder Michael O'Neill - will travel to St. James' Park on Saturday, 5th September for a 1pm (BST) kick-off.

Unfortunately, due to the current pandemic and the Government guidelines around it, spectators will not be able to attend the match. The game will not be broadcast live and there will be no stream available, but the goals will be available to watch as they go in on Newcastle United's official social media channels. There will also be regular updates on Twitter at @NUFC and highlights shortly after the match on NUFC TV.

Jamaal Lascelles will miss the game as he serves a one-match ban for his red card in Tuesday's training ground defeat at Middlesbrough, while Jeff Hendrick and Emil Krafth are on international duty and Martin Dúbravka is out for several weeks with a heel injury.

For Stoke, Adam Davies, James McClean and Jordan Thompson are on international duty while Joe Allen and Thibaud Verlinden are injured. 

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The Potters begin their Sky Bet Championship campaign at Millwall on Saturday, 12th September - the same day Newcastle take on West Ham United in their opening Premier League fixture of 2020/21. 

O'Neill's side beat Blackpool on penalties in the Carabao Cup last weekend. 

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