wykikitoon 10961 Posted September 16, 2022 Share Posted September 16, 2022 Quote The Premier League restarts this weekend with Newcastle hosting Bournemouth in a 3pm kick-off at SJP on Saturday.The game is a sell-out, with the Cherries taking an allocation of 1,155 places. The Premier League have issued the following guidance regarding games staged across this weekend: Players and match officials will wear black armbands as a mark of respect and, together with managers, will gather at the centre circle before kick-off. Fans will be asked to join a minute’s silence, which will be followed by the National Anthem, God Save The King. Big screens and LED perimeter boards will display tribute images to Her Majesty and flags at the grounds will be flying at half-mast. When the clock turns to 70 minutes, fans will be invited to applaud The Queen’s 70-year reign. NUFC: Jonjo Shelvey, Karl Darlow and Emil Krafth remain out while news on the availability of Allan Saint-Maximin, Bruno Guimaraes and Callum Wilson is awaited. AFCB: Jettisoning ex-Magpie Scott Parker after four games of their return to the top flight, Bournemouth arrive under the guidance of Gary O'Neil. A midfielder with a host of clubs during his playing days, O'Neil was in the same Portsmouth side as Eddie Howe in the early 2000s. Fast forward to February 2006 and he was part of the Pompey XI beaten 0-2 at SJP - a game remembered for Alan Shearer breaking the club's scoring record. O'Neil is unbeaten after two games in charge - a 0-0 home draw with Wolves and a 2-3 success at Forest. That came after Parker oversaw a 2-0 home win over Villa ahead of defeats at Manchester City (0-4) and Liverpool (0-9) that book-ended a 0-3 home loss to Arsenal. Midfielder Marcus Tavernier has started all six PL games since joining the club from Boro - he's the younger brother of SJP old boy James Tavernier and spent part of his childhood on the touchline watching him for Newcastle's reserve and junior sides. Referee: Craig Pawson - a first sighting of the South Yorkshire official since he took charge of our 2-1 win at Burnley in May. Pawson had been allocated last Sunday's postponed PL visit to West Ham. VAR: Stuart Attwell Stats: This will be the first time that Eddie Howe has come up against his former side as either a player or a manager. Cherries in Toon - all-time: 2019/20 won 2-1 Yedlin, Clark (PL) 2018/19 won 2-1 Rondon 2 (PL) 2017/18 lost 0-1 (PL) 2015/16 lost 1-3 Perez (PL) 1991/92 drew 2-2 Hunt 2 (FAC) (lost 3-4 pens) 1989/90 won 3-0 Anderson, Quinn 2 (D2) 1972/73 won 2-0 Macdonald, og (FAC) .com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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