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It promises to be a momentous occasion on Tyneside as host in the first match since their Saudi takeover. 

The £305million buy-out of the club was completed over the international fortnight, sparking jubilant scenes of celebration among the club’s fanbase.

There will be a sell-out crowd at St James’ Park as the new era begins but few expected manager to still be in charge.

They’ll hope for a morale-boosting win over a Spurs side who continue to blow hot and cold.  

Follow Sportsmail’s ISABEL BALDWIN for live Premier League coverage of vs , including build-up, team news and updates.  

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website promises to be a momentous occasion on Tyneside as Newcastle United host Tottenham in the first match since their Saudi takeover.  The £305million buy-out of the club was completed over the international fortnight, sparking jubilant scenes of celebration among the club’s fanbase. There will be a sell-out crowd at St James’ Park as the new era begins but few expected manager Steve Bruce to still be in charge. They’ll hope for a morale-boosting win over a Spurs side who continue to blow hot and cold. Join Sportsmail’s ISABEL BALDWIN for the action.”,”headline”:”Newcastle vs Tottenham LIVE: Historic afternoon at St James’ Park as Toon play their first game under Saudi…website website minutes to website your 10 minute warning!

Steve Bruce has just spoken ahead of the game as the Magpies boss goes 1,000 not out.

‘The first game was a bloody long time ago! I found [management] very, very difficult to start with – I had four clubs in a couple of years – and I’m still finding it very, very difficult now!

‘You have to develop a bit of resilience and enjoy the game of football. Management is a substitute for playing, and that has always been the case with me. How lucky am I to have been in football for 43 years as a player and manager?

‘I’m delighted for everybody that the takeover has gone through. It was badly needed, and that’s no disrespect to the previous owners at all. I’d like to think I played a little part in keeping the club in the Premier League, which enabled the deal to go through. Let’s hope there are exciting times ahead.

‘The players have trained well. There’a different atmosphere, a different vibe, but I’ve been quietly pleased with some of our performances this season. I think we’ve deserved better. Let’s hope we can get our first win today.’

Live updates to come shortly!”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Isabel website departure of a giant mug from St James’ website fans have continued to celebrate the departure of Mike Ashley with a giant Sports Direct mug.

Paddy Power unveiled a four-meter-high mug as as a farewell gift to the ex-owner outside St James’ Park this morning before it toured the city and finished with a brew outside the bookmaker’s store.

Fans also had the opportunity to trade in their unwanted Sports Direct mugs in return for a regular sized replica of the ‘Goodbye Mug’.

‘It’s the end of an era at St James’ Park, so we wanted to find the perfect way to say goodbye to Mike Ashley. He’s famous for flogging giant mugs, so this seemed like a fitting way to celebrate with Magpies fans,’ said the bookies.

‘Everyone involved with the club seems to be enjoying themselves today, with the only possible exception being Steve Bruce.'”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Isabel website TALKS TACTICS: Twinkle-toed Allan Saint-Maximin can help Newcastle trouble a leaky Tottenham website Keown: Newcastle United were the second wealthiest club in England after the 1997-98 season, behind only Manchester United, and, remarkably, the fifth richest in world football.

They were finishing second in the Premier League and reaching FA Cup finals and competing in Europe throughout those enjoyable Nineties. 

But their passionate supporters have had to endure a sustained period of unhappiness with distinctly little success on the pitch. Now this sleeping giant is set to wake up.

READ THE FULL COLUMN BY CLICKING BELOW”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website scenes in and around St James’ website website LEAGUE RESULT: Everton 0 West Ham website final whistle has just sounded at Goodison Park in the first of this afternoon’s Premier League games and West Ham take the points.

Angelo Ogbonna headed home the decisive goal in the final 15 minutes as David Moyes claims victory over his old side.”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website Harry Kane ignite his season against a team he loves to score website United away. Despite their struggles this season, it is probably the one fixture Tottenham Hotspur could do without this weekend.

Spurs head north on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League – with the hosts set for a carnival-like atmosphere as their fanatical fanbase celebrate the fact that the 14-year Mike Ashley ownership reign is over following the completion of a £305million takeover from a Saudi Arabian-led consortium on October 7.

Understandably all eyes will be on Newcastle; and that focus could provide a welcome relief to Tottenham’s misfiring talisman Harry Kane.

CLICK BELOW TO READ THE FULL FEATURE”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website MURPHY: Could the takeover euphoria quickly be replaced by website they’ve not won a game yet and have tough fixtures to come, Newcastle United will probably be in and around the bottom three when the transfer window opens in January.

The understandable sense of takeover euphoria that will be felt at St James’ Park today therefore has to be accompanied by realism among the fans.

Relegation would be disastrous and put the Saudi project back three years before they’d even got started.

CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website vs Tottenham stats courtesy of website are winless in their last four home league games against Spurs (D1 L3), since winning 5-1 on the final day of the 2015-16 season.

Tottenham dropped four points from winning positions against Newcastle in the Premier League last season, with the Magpies netting 90th and 85th-minute equalisers in the two games to draw.

Tottenham have lost just one of their last 18 Premier League games against sides starting the day in the relegation zone (W13 D4), though that defeat did come against Newcastle (0-1 in August 2019).

Newcastle are winless in the Premier League so far this season (D3 L4), with no side conceding more goals than the Magpies after seven situs pkv games winrate tertinggi 2021 this term (16).

Tottenham have lost their last two away league games, going down 3-0 at Crystal Palace and 3-1 at Arsenal. They’ve not conceded 3+ goals in three consecutive away league games since April 2014 (D1 L2), while they’ve not done so while losing each time since September 1979.

Tottenham are averaging 10.4 shots-per-game under Nuno Espírito Santo in the Premier League so far, and have a conversion rate of 8.2 per cent. By comparison, they averaged 15.7 shots under Mauricio Pochettino (11.8 per cent conversion), and 11.2 under Jose Mourinho (15 per cent conversion) in the competition.”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website really are some extraordinary scenes at St website website The latest from Betfair ahead of the website vs Tottenham match odds from Betfair

Newcastle win: 23/10

Draw: 5/2

Tottenham win: 6/5

Anytime goalscorers from Betfair

Harry Kane: 10/11

Heung-min Son: 7/5

Dwight Gayle: 21/10

Steven Bergwijn: 12/5

Joelinton: 11/4

Allan Saint-Maximin: 3/1″,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website Something of a false positive for Spurs website two Tottenham players who tested positive for COVID-19 after the international break were both false positives and will be available for the game against Newcastle, the club reported on Sunday.

Spurs revealed on Friday that the unnamed duo had returned positive tests after returning from international duty and training with their teammates on Thursday.

However, concerns over the two players were swiftly quelled after it emerged both players had returned a false negative test.

READ THE FULL STORY BY CLICKING THE LINK BELOW”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website afternoon’s two teams in website United: Darlow, Manquillo, Lascelles, Clark, Ritchie, Hayden, Saint-Maximin, Willock, Longstaff, Joelinton, Wilson

Substitutes: Schar, Shelvey, Lewis, Hendrick, Fernandez, Fraser, Murphy, Gillespie, Gayle

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Emerson, Romero, Dier, Reguilon, Hojbjerg, Skipp, Lucas Moura, Ndombele, Son, Kane

Substitutes: Sanchez, Winks, Gil Salvatierra, Lo Celso, Alli, Gollini, Bergwijn, Tanganga, Davies

Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website of this afternoon’s Tottenham website website is the Newcastle team picked by Steve website website news coming up website will have confirmation of the two team line-ups for you in a few minutes.”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website owners check out St James’… while Ashley’s getting the website website new owners will be grateful for some football! With Bruce still in situ and rivals far from…website HOPE: Finally, there is a game of football. It has been easy to lose sight of what lies at the heart of Newcastle United these past 10 days. In fact, make that 10 years and more of back-page headlines – rarely, if ever, for footballing merit.

If the club’s Saudi-led takeover is to become the trophy-laden investment the new owners envisage, that has to change.

On the early evidence, however, the removal of Mike Ashley is not about to make way for a new era of serenity. If anything, the mercury is rising.

CLICK BELOW FOR THE FULL ARTICLE”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website the beginning of a new era at website your views on the Saudi Arabian takeover at Newcastle United, it’s certainly an historic occasion for the club.

It’s a buy-out that has been greeted with scenes of jubilation from some fans and a whole lot of moral and ethical soul-searching by many others.

But after the completion of that £305million deal to end Mike Ashley’s ownership of the Toon, a new era begins today as they host Tottenham.

We’ve had a lot of speculation off the field in the past couple of weeks but now some actual action on it.

We can certainly expect a lively atmosphere at St James’ Park even if few expected manager Steve Bruce to still be in his post for this one.

Welcome along to our live coverage of the second Premier League fixture of the afternoon – it’s Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur.”,”author”:”@type”:”Person”,”name”:”Adam website

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16:22

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Here’s your 10 minute warning!

Steve Bruce has just spoken ahead of the game as the Magpies boss goes 1,000 not out.

‘The first game was a bloody long time ago! I found [management] very, very difficult to start with – I had four clubs in a couple of years – and I’m still finding it very, very difficult now!

‘You have to develop a bit of resilience and enjoy the game of football. Management is a substitute for playing, and that has always been the case with me. How lucky am I to have been in football for 43 years as a player and manager?

‘I’m delighted for everybody that the takeover has gone through. It was badly needed, and that’s no disrespect to the previous owners at all. I’d like to think I played a little part in keeping the club in the Premier League, which enabled the deal to go through. Let’s hope there are exciting times ahead.

‘The players have trained well. There’a different atmosphere, a different vibe, but I’ve been quietly pleased with some of our performances this season. I think we’ve deserved better. Let’s hope we can get our first win today.’

Live updates to come shortly!

16:18

The departure of a giant mug from St James’ Park

Newcastle fans have continued to celebrate the departure of Mike Ashley with a giant Sports Direct mug.

 unveiled a four-meter-high mug as as a farewell gift to the ex-owner outside St James’ Park this morning before it toured the city and finished with a brew outside the bookmaker’s store.

Fans also had the opportunity to trade in their unwanted Sports Direct mugs in return for a regular sized replica of the ‘Goodbye Mug’.

‘It’s the end of an era at St James’ Park, so we wanted to find the perfect way to say goodbye to Mike Ashley. He’s famous for flogging giant mugs, so this seemed like a fitting way to celebrate with Magpies fans,’ said the bookies.

‘Everyone involved with the club seems to be enjoying themselves today, with the only possible exception being Steve Bruce.’

16:06

KEOWN TALKS TACTICS: Twinkle-toed Allan Saint-Maximin can help Newcastle trouble a leaky Tottenham side

Martin Keown: Newcastle United were the second wealthiest club in England after the 1997-98 season, behind only Manchester United, and, remarkably, the fifth richest in world football.

They were finishing second in the Premier League and reaching FA Cup finals and competing in Europe throughout those enjoyable Nineties. 

But their passionate supporters have had to endure a sustained period of unhappiness with distinctly little success on the pitch. Now this sleeping giant is set to wake up.

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MARTIN KEOWN TALKS TACTICS: Newcastle’s passionate supporters have had to endure a sustained period of unhappiness. Now this sleeping giant is set to

15:57

More scenes in and around St James’ Park

15:55

PREMIER LEAGUE RESULT: Everton 0 West Ham 1

The final whistle has just sounded at Goodison Park in the first of this afternoon’s Premier League games and West Ham take the points.

Angelo Ogbonna headed home the decisive goal in the final 15 minutes as David Moyes claims victory over his old side.

15:53

Can Harry Kane ignite his season against a team he loves to score against?

Newcastle United away. Despite their struggles this season, it is probably the one fixture Tottenham Hotspur could do without this weekend.

Spurs head north on Sunday afternoon in the Premier League – with the hosts set for a carnival-like atmosphere as their fanatical fanbase celebrate the fact that the 14-year Mike Ashley ownership reign is over following the completion of a £305million takeover from a Saudi Arabian-led consortium on October 7.

Understandably all eyes will be on Newcastle; and that focus could provide a welcome relief to Tottenham’s misfiring talisman Harry Kane.

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Newcastle United away. Despite their struggles this season, it is probably the one fixture Tottenham Hotspur could do without this

15:47

DANNY MURPHY: Could the takeover euphoria quickly be replaced by reality?

Given they’ve not won a game yet and have tough fixtures to come, Newcastle United will probably be in and around the bottom three when the transfer window opens in January.

The understandable sense of takeover euphoria that will be felt at St James’ Park today therefore has to be accompanied by realism among the fans.

Relegation would be disastrous and put the Saudi project back three years before they’d even got started.

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COMMENT: Given they’ve not won a game yet and have tough fixtures to come, Newcastle United will probably be in and around the bottom three when the transfer window opens in

15:45

Newcastle vs Tottenham stats courtesy of Opta

Newcastle are winless in their last four home league games against Spurs (D1 L3), since winning 5-1 on the final day of the 2015-16 season.

Tottenham dropped four points from winning positions against Newcastle in the Premier League last season, with the Magpies netting 90th and 85th-minute equalisers in the two games to draw.

Tottenham have lost just one of their last 18 Premier League games against sides starting the day in the relegation zone (W13 D4), though that defeat did come against Newcastle (0-1 in August 2019).

Newcastle are winless in the Premier League so far this season (D3 L4), with no side conceding more goals than the Magpies after seven games this term (16).

Tottenham have lost their last two away league games, going down 3-0 at Crystal Palace and 3-1 at Arsenal. They’ve not conceded 3+ goals in three consecutive away league games since April 2014 (D1 L2), while they’ve not done so while losing each time since September 1979.

Tottenham are averaging 10.4 shots-per-game under Nuno Espírito Santo in the Premier League so far, and have a conversion rate of 8.2 per cent. By comparison, they averaged 15.7 shots under Mauricio Pochettino (11.8 per cent conversion), and 11.2 under Jose Mourinho (15 per cent conversion) in the competition.

15:42

There really are some extraordinary scenes at St James’!

15:40

ODDS: The latest from Betfair ahead of the match

Newcastle win: 23/10

Draw: 5/2

Tottenham win: 6/5

Anytime goalscorers from Betfair

Harry Kane: 10/11

Heung-min Son: 7/5

Dwight Gayle: 21/10

Steven Bergwijn: 12/5

Joelinton: 11/4

Allan Saint-Maximin: 3/1

15:38

NEWS: Something of a false positive for Spurs pre-match

The two Tottenham players who tested positive for COVID-19 after the international break were both false positives and will be available for the game against Newcastle, the club reported on Sunday.

Spurs revealed on Friday that the unnamed duo had returned positive tests after returning from international duty and training with their teammates on Thursday.

However, concerns over the two players were swiftly quelled after it emerged both players had returned a false negative test.

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Spurs boss Nuno Espirito Santo received good news ahead of Sunday’s trip to Newcastle after Tottenham revealed the unnamed duo who had tested positive to coronavirus were both false po

15:36

This afternoon’s two teams in full

Newcastle United: Darlow, Manquillo, Lascelles, Clark, Ritchie, Hayden, Saint-Maximin, Willock, Longstaff, Joelinton, Wilson

Substitutes: Schar, Shelvey, Lewis, Hendrick, Fernandez, Fraser, Murphy, Gillespie, Gayle

Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris, Emerson, Romero, Dier, Reguilon, Hojbjerg, Skipp, Lucas Moura, Ndombele, Son, Kane

Substitutes: Sanchez, Winks, Gil Salvatierra, Lo Celso, Alli, Gollini, Bergwijn, Tanganga, Davies

Referee: Andre Marriner (West Midlands)

15:31

Confirmation of this afternoon’s Tottenham side

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15:30

Here is the Newcastle team picked by Steve Bruce

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15:27

Team news coming up shortly

We will have confirmation of the two team line-ups for you in a few minutes.

15:23

New owners check out St James’… while Ashley’s getting the boot!

Chairman of Newcastle United, Yasir Al-Rumayyan arrives at the stadium

A cardboard cut out of former Newcastle owner Mike Ashley's face on the Wor Jackie statue

15:21

Newcastle’s new owners will be grateful for some football! With Bruce still in situ and rivals far from happy, focus will finally return to the pitch

CRAIG HOPE: Finally, there is a game of football. It has been easy to lose sight of what lies at the heart of Newcastle United these past 10 days. In fact, make that 10 years and more of back-page headlines – rarely, if ever, for footballing merit.

If the club’s Saudi-led takeover is to become the trophy-laden investment the new owners envisage, that has to change.

On the early evidence, however, the removal of Mike Ashley is not about to make way for a new era of serenity. If anything, the mercury is rising.

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CRAIG HOPE: Finally, there is a game of football for fans and the new owners to enjoy. It has been easy to lose sight of what lies at the heart of Newcastle United these past

15:18

It’s the beginning of a new era at Newcastle

Whatever your views on the Saudi Arabian takeover at Newcastle United, it’s certainly an historic occasion for the club.

It’s a buy-out that has been greeted with scenes of jubilation from some fans and a whole lot of moral and ethical soul-searching by many others.

But after the completion of that £305million deal to end Mike Ashley’s ownership of the Toon, a new era begins today as they host Tottenham.

We’ve had a lot of speculation off the field in the past couple of weeks but now some actual action on it.

We can certainly expect a lively atmosphere at St James’ Park even if few expected manager Steve Bruce to still be in his post for this one.

Welcome along to our live coverage of the second Premier League fixture of the afternoon – it’s Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur.

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