Why isn't Newcastle United v Chelsea isn’t being shown live on TV this weekend?

Alexander Isak shields the ball from Reece James
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Newcastle United v Chelsea has missed out on a prime slot this weekend, as the Premier League action returns after the last international break of 2023.

Followers of the English top flight will be excited to see what drama and entertainment unfolds in the latest round of fixtures, with all 20 teams in action between Saturday and Monday.

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