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Under-23s' Premier League 2 fixtures confirmed

Written by Tom Easterby

The fixtures for the 2018/19 Premier League 2 Division Two season have been announced, with Newcastle United Under-23s set to kick-off the campaign at West Bromwich Albion.

The young Magpies side are part of a strong 12-team division this year as they bid to gain promotion to the top tier.

They will face competition from the likes of Manchester United, Southampton, Wolverhampton Wanderers and fellow North East sides Sunderland and Middlesbrough.

United will once again play their home games at Whitley Park in Benton, the Northumberland FA headquarters, but are set to play three home games at St. James’ Park – the Tyne-Wear derby with Sunderland in August, October’s visit of Middlesbrough and April’s clash with ex-Magpie Nicky Butt’s Manchester United.

A full list of Newcastle Premier League 2 Division Two fixtures can be found below. Please note all fixtures are subject to change. Remaining venues and ticket information will be confirmed in due course.


Monday 13th – West Bromwich Albion (a) – 2pm
Monday 20th – Sunderland (St. James’ Park) – 7pm
Monday 27th – Wolverhampton Wanderers (a) – 7pm


Saturday 1st – Reading (h) – 12pm
Friday 14th – Southampton (h) – 7pm

Friday 21st – Norwich City (a) – 2pm


Monday 1st – Fulham (h) – 7pm
Monday 22nd – Aston Villa (a) – 7pm
Friday 26th – Middlesbrough (St. James’ Park) – 7pm


Friday 2nd – Manchester United (a) – 7pm
Monday 26th – Stoke City (h) – 7pm


Monday 10th – Norwich City (h) – 7pm
Friday 14th – Southampton (a) – 7pm


Monday 7th – Sunderland (a) – 7pm
Monday 14th – West Bromwich Albion (h) – 7pm


Friday 1st – Wolverhampton Wanderers (h) – 7pm
Friday 15th – Reading (a) – 7pm


Friday 1st – Fulham (a) – 7pm
Monday 11th – Aston Villa (h) – 7pm


Monday 8th – Stoke City (a) – 7pm
Monday 15th – Manchester United (St. James’ Park) – 7pm
Sunday 28th – Middlesbrough (a) – 1pm

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