After facing Nottingham Forest and Brighton & Hove Albion, Newcastle’s third match of the season at home to Manchester City will be shown live on Sky Sports. The fixture has been moved to Sunday, August 21 (4:30pm kick-off) as a result.
The following week, United’s trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers will also be shown live on Sky Sports with the fixture moved to Sunday, August 28 (2pm kick-off).
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A third consecutive televised game will see Newcastle face Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday, August 31 (8pm kick-off) live on BT Sport.
Newcastle will then host Crystal Palace at St James’s Park for a standard Saturday 3pm kick-off before travelling to West Ham United the following weekend.
The match against the Hammers has been moved to Sunday, September 11 (2pm kick-off) with the match being shown live on Sky Sports.