Newcastle United v Wolves live stream, BT Sport, Friday 19 February, 8pm GMT
Newcastle will be looking to pull clear of the relegation zone when they face Wolves on Saturday night.
Fans of the Magpies are starting to look nervously over their shoulders at the bottom three. Fulham’s resurgence means Steve Bruce’s side are now just three points above the dreaded dotted line, and defeat at St James’ Park could see them drop into the relegation zone. Newcastle have won only two of their last 14 matches in the Premier League, justifying the angst that their supporters are experiencing right now.
Wolves were also sliding down the table a few weeks back, but Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have now arrested their slide. A top-half finish could be beyond the team currently sitting in 13th, but Wolves now have an 11-point cushion above the drop zone which will soon allow them to begin preparations for another top-flight campaign. Only two teams have scored fewer goals away from home than Wolves this term, though, and Nuno will be keen to see his side improve upon that record here.
Newcastle will have to make do without Callum Wilson, who is out until April in a huge blow to the Magpies’ chances of staying up. Defensive duo Fabian Schar and Javier Manquillo are also missing, while Federico Fernandez is rated as 50-50 to return from a thigh problem in time for this match. Joelinton, meanwhile, is a doubt after sustaining a knock.
Wolves remain without Raul Jimenez, with the club yet to provide a timeline for the Mexico international’s return as he continues to work his way back from a fractured skull. Daniel Podence is on the treatment table with a groin issue and will not be back until the middle of next month at the earliest, while Fernando Marcal is nursing a muscular injury.
Willy Boly is still sidelined with a thigh problem, so Leander Dendoncker and Romain Saiss look set to continue in the back three alongside Conor Coady.
Kick-off is at 8pm GMT and the game is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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