Two Newcastle games moved for live broadcast

SHAKE ON IT ... Alan Pardew and Rolando Aarons.
SHAKE ON IT ... Alan Pardew and Rolando Aarons.

NEWCASTLE United’s visit to Premier League champions Manchester City will be broadcast live.

Alan Pardew’s side have already won at the Etihad Stadium once this season.

United beat the Capital One Cup holders 2-0 in late October thanks to goals from Rolando Aarons and Moussa Sissoko.

Newcastle’s home game against Stoke City has been put back a day to Sunday, February 8 (2.05pm kick-off), also for live broadcast by Sky Sports.

United’s visit to Crystal Palace has also been put back 24 hours to Wednesday, February 11 (8pm).

However, the game at Selhurst Park will not be televised.

* Newcastle United’s Under-18s will play their fourth-round FA Youth Cup tie against Middlesbrough on January 8 at the Riverside Stadium (7pm).