Manchester City look to bounce back from defeat against Chelsea and conceding the Premier League title to Liverpool by pushing for a treble.
After already winning the EFL Cup, Pep Guardiola can still lead the Blues to three trophies this term, starting with the FA Cup this week before finishing with the Champions League once it resumes.
City lost their cool at Stamford Bridge on Thursday and will look to refocus their minds at St James’ Park.
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Steve Bruce meanwhile will hope to convince beyond doubt he is the man to lead Newcastle forward by advancing to the semi-finals of the FA Cup, having seemingly already led his side clear from relegation.
Here’s how you can watch the game live on television or a live stream.
When is it and what time is kick-off?
The match will begin at 6:30pm on Saturday 28 June at St James’ Park.
How can I watch it online and on TV?
The match will be shown live on BBC One with coverage beginning at 6.10pm. Fans can also catch a live stream of the game on the iPlayer.
What is the team news?
Sergio Aguero has undergone surgery, while Gabriel Jesus came off the bench at Chelsea after nursing a knock and should be fit to start here.
John Stones, Eric Garcia and Claudio Bravo are all doubtful doubts, but Phil Foden could return after missing out midweek with a dead leg.
Nabil Bentaleb is suspended, while Florian Lejeune and Ciaran Clark are injured. Bruce has doubts over Matty Longstaff, Sean Longstaff, Matt Ritchie and Isaac Hayden.
Newcastle XI: Darlow; Yedlin, Schar, Lascelles, Fernandez, Rose; Almiron, Hayden, Shelvey, Saint-Maximin; Carroll
Man City XI: Ederson; Cancelo, Otamendi, Garcia, Zinchenko; De Bruyne, Rodri, D Silva; Bernardo, Jesus, Sane
What are the odds?
Manchester City: 1/6
City have so much quality and depth, the only issue here is psychological and with Newcastle all but certain to settle deep and allow them to play, they should rediscover their form and bounce back from defeat to Chelsea.
A treble would still be a remarkable achievement, so it’s tricky to see Newcastle able to pull off the upset here, though the defensive errors made against the Blues midweek should offer some encouragement. We’ll go for a 3-1 away win.