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Magpies' next three Premier League fixtures confirmed

Written by Dan King

The dates and kick-off times of Newcastle United's next three Premier League fixtures have been confirmed.

The 2019/20 campaign was suspended in March due to the coronavirus outbreak, but is scheduled to resume later this month, if all safety requirements are in place.

Although supporters will sadly not be able to attend games in stadiums, all matches will be shown live on television. Supporters are encouraged to follow the team from home and to adhere to the latest government guidance.

Newcastle will pick up where they left off with a home game against Sheffield United on Sunday, 21st June (kick-off 2pm BST). This fixture will be shown live on Sky Sports and Pick.

On Wednesday, 24th June, the Magpies will welcome Aston Villa to St. James' Park for a 6pm (BST) kick-off. This game will be shown live on BT Sport.

United will then make the long trip to AFC Bournemouth on Wednesday, 1st July for a 6pm (BST) kick-off which will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and Pick. 

Details of Newcastle's other remaining fixtures - including the FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester City - will be announced in due course.

Sync the updated fixtures to your mobile phone calendar here

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