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Magpies' Premier League 2 fixtures confirmed

Written by Tom Easterby

Newcastle United Under-23s' fixtures for the 2017/18 Premier League 2 campaign have been announced.

Peter Beardsley and Ben Dawson's side will again compete in Division Two of the competition - after agonisingly missing out of promotion through the play-offs last season - alongside fellow under-23 teams from the likes of Southampton, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough.

The Magpies, who will also compete in the Checkatrade Trophy and the Premier League Cup this season, face three away trips to kick-off their league season in August, before welcoming Norwich City to Tyneside for their first home game on Monday, 11th September.

That clash with the Canaries is one of three matches scheduled to be played at St. James' Park, with the visits of Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday, 25th September and Aston Villa on Monday, 5th March also set to be played at St. James'.

All of United's other home fixtures will be played at Whitley Park, adjacent to the club's Benton training base.

Among the stadiums the young Magpies will visit this term are The Hawthorns, St. Mary's and Carrow Road.

All fixtures are subject to change. A full fixture list can be found below.


Newcastle United Under-23s Premier League 2 fixtures 2017/18


Saturday 12th   Stoke City (a)   2pm
Friday 18th   West Bromwich Albion (a)   7pm
Friday 25th   Middesbrough (a)   7pm


Monday 11th   Norwich City (h)   7pm
Monday 18th   Brighton & Hove Albion (a)   7pm
Monday 25th   Wolverhampton Wanderers (h)   7pm


Monday 16th   Southampton (a)   7pm
Monday 23rd   Blackburn Rovers (h)   7pm
Monday 30th   Aston Villa (a)   7pm


Monday 20th   Reading (h)   7pm
Friday 24th   Fulham (a)   2pm


Monday 11th   West Bromwich Albion (h)   7pm
Monday 18th   Stoke City (h)   7pm


Monday 8th   Middlesbrough (h)   7pm
Sunday 14th   Norwich City (a)   2pm
Monday 29th   Brighton & Hove Albion (h)   7pm


Monday 5th   Wolverhampton Wanderers (a)   7pm
Monday 19th   Southampton (h)   7pm


Monday 5th   Aston Villa (h)   7pm
Monday 12th   Blackburn Rovers (a)   7pm


Monday 16th   Reading (a)   7pm
Monday 23rd   Fulham (h)   7pm

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