Newcastle vs Arsenal Preview

Find out the date of the Newcastle and Arsenal match in the English Premier League 2022-23, and the transmission channels.

There is no room for error, this is the slogan that Arsenal raises when it meets Newcastle in the 35th round of the English Premier League in a match that is not described as very important.

Arsenal is the runner-up in the English Premier League standings after many weeks of leading, stumbling with Newcastle would mean losing all chances semi-officially against Manchester City.

Newcastle, in turn, is a very developed team with its coach, Eddie Howe, who has put one foot forward that he hopes to strengthen with the other in the Champions League next season.

In the following lines, we show you the date of the Newcastle and Arsenal match, and the transmission channels.

When is the Newcastle and Arsenal match in the English Premier League 2022-23?

The two teams will meet today, Sunday, May 7, 2023, at St. James Park.

The whistle for the start of the match will sound at 16:30 GMT.

What are the broadcast channels for the Newcastle and Arsenal match in the English Premier League 2022-23?

And you can watch the Newcastle United match against Arsenal today live on beIN Sports 1HD Premium.

Newcastle United possible starting lineup:

Pope; Trippier, Schar, Botman, Burn; Willock, Guimaraes, Joelinton; Murphy, Isak, Almiron

Arsenal possible starting lineup:

Ramsdale; White, Kiwior, Gabriel, Zinchenko; Xhaka, Partey; Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli; Jesus

Arsenal boss Arteta admitted concern over defender Gabriel Magalhaes when he came off injured in the dying embers of their win over Chelsea, especially with one first-choice defender in William Saliba (back) sure to miss out once more.

Despite dropping to the turf a few times before being taken off, Gabriel's ankle issue apparently did not stop him from conducting post-game media duties, and there is a strong chance that he will be passed fit for Sunday. Takehiro Tomiyasu and Mohamed Elneny both remain out with their season-ending knee problems.

Arteta made the big call to introduce Jakub Kiwior into the first XI for the win over Chelsea, and the Poland international ought to retain his spot following an accomplished display, but Leandro Trossard will likely make way for Gabriel Martinelli.