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England – FA Cup 2020 , Newcastle United vs Manchester City Match


Newcastle’s hopes of giving their long-suffering fans a first major trophy since 1955 were not helped by drawing holders Manchester City.

The Magpies have scrambled their way to the last eight while City, unsurprisingly, have had a far more straightforward route as they look to defend the trophy.

Punters can get 1/2 for an away win and over 2.5 goals in the match and that is our first Newcastle vs Man City prediction.

Newcastle vs Manchester City: Head-to-head (h2h)

  • 19 of the former 21 wins had gone to the Citizens.
  • 19 of the preceding 23 encounters saw the Magpies conceding two or more goals.
  • Not once have the Citizens failed to score against this opponent since 2014.
  • Since 2007, the hosts have a total of one win at this venue.
  • The guests are on a scoring streak at this stadium since 2005.

Newcastle vs Manchester City team news

Isaac Hayden and Matt Ritchie are the latest injury concerns for Steve Bruce after the pair were forced off against Aston Villa. Both Longstaff brothers also missed that match but could feature here, while Jetro Willems remains on the sidelines.

Newcastle predicted lineup:

Darlow – Manquillo, Lascelles, Fernandez, Rose – Lazaro, Shelvey, Bentaleb, Saint-Maximin – Almiron – Joelinton

Sergio Aguero could have played his last game of the season for Manchester City while Fernandinho will miss out through suspension after being sent off against Chelsea. Phil Foden will hope to recover in time, while Eric Garcia could also return for the first time since his head injury in the first game back. Leroy Sane is expected to leave this summer but could start on the left here to give Raheem Sterling a rest.

Manchester City predicted lineup:

Bravo – Cancelo, Otamendi, Garcia, Zinchenko – Rodri, D. Silva, B. Silva – Foden, Sane, Jesus

Match Info

Newcastle United vs Manchester City
England – FA Cup
Date: Sunday, 28 June 2020
Kick-off at 18:30 UK/ 19:30 CET
Venue: St. James Park.