Newcastle United take on Arsenal in the Premier League next week.
The fixture follows the Magpies’ disappointing 1-0 defeat to bottom club Sheffield United.
That result means Newcastle United have failed to win in the last eight matches in all competitions.
The Magpies occupy 15th position with 19 points from 17 league games so far this campaign, just seven points clear ahead of the relegation zone.
Fulham in 18th, however, have a game in hand on Newcastle.
When is Arsenal v Newcastle United?
Arsenal v Newcastle United will take place on Monday, January 18 at the Emirates Stadium with a kick-off time of 8:00pm.
What are the odds for Arsenal v Newcastle United?
At the time of writing, bookmakers Paddy Power have Arsenal odds on to win the clash at 2/5.
A draw is 17/5 with the same outlet, whilst a Newcastle United win is 13/2.
Interestingly, Paffy Power are offering 19/20 for both teams to score and 3/4 on both teams not to score.
You can also get prices of 1/5 for there to be over 1.5 goals to be scored in the match, with 3/1 odds offered on there being under 1.5 goals in the match.
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Can I watch Arsenal v Newcastle United for free?
Unlike some Premier League games over the festive period and beyond, fans won’t be able to watch the game through a free Amazon Prime trial this time out.
How can I watch Arsenal v Newcastle United on TV?
You can watch the fixture live on Sky Sports’ Main Event channel.
You can add the Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Football channels for just £18 per month combined or pick up the complete sports package for just £23 per month.
Is there a stream for Arsenal v Newcastle United?
Fans can also stream the match for £9.99 without signing up to a contract.
NOW TV can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles.
NOW TV is also available via BT Sport.
Existing Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.
Is there any early team news ahead of Arsenal v Newcastle United?
Attacker Ryan Fraser will miss the clash following his red card against Sheffield United.
Federico Fernandez and Fabian Schar were also back to bolster the Bruce starting line-up in South Yorkshire.
But the Magpies’ boss could be tempted to make changes following the loss to Chris Wilder’s men.
Who is the referee for Arsenal v Newcastle United?
The referee for Arsenal v Newcastle United will be David Coote. Joining him are assistants Marc Perry and Nick Hopton, plus fourth official Graham Scott.
The man in the all-important Video Assistant Referee room at Stockley Park is Peter Bankes, who will be assisted by Sian Massey-Ellis.