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[Official™!]* Chelsea vs Newcastle United Live Free Streams Broadcast online TV 11 March 2024

Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream: How to watch Premier League game online. Chelsea will lock horns against Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge in a Premier League fixture on Monday night.


The Blues may have had a fantastic run to start 2024, but they remain in the bottom half of the Premier League table, while they have also missed out on their first opportunity to secure European football, losing in the EFL Cup final to a youthful Liverpool side.

Only a late header from Axel Disasi saved Chelsea from another embarrassing defeat at the Gtech Community Stadium last weekend after Mads Roerslev and Yoane Wissa put the Bees ahead 2-1.

Newcastle United, meanwhile, returned to winning ways, as they put three past Wolves without a reply. The victory propelled the Magpies to ninth in the Premier League table, four clear of Chelsea, who have played a game less.

Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream, Date, Time, Channels

The Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream takes place on Monday, March 11.

Time: 8 a.m. GMT / 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT / 7 a.m. AEDT (Mar. 12)

U.S. — Watch on USA via Sling TV

U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports

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The Chelsea vs Newcastle live stream is a meeting between two of the Premier League’s biggest underperformers.

Chelsea’s unpredictable season continued last week with a 2-2 draw to Brentford, this follow-up an uncomfortably nervy FA Cup win over Championship Leeds and a Carabao Cup final defeat to Liverpool that is likely to sting for quite a long time. Chelsea were hoping to challenge for some form of European football this season, but with each passing week that is looking less likely.

The Blues are currently in 11th position, but they do have a game in hand on several of the clubs above them, which gives them a slight hope of pushing up the table.

It’s been a similarly disappointing season for Newcastle. Last season they finished in the top four, but that’s an achievement they almost certainly will not be replicating this season.

Last weekend’s 3-0 win over Wolves was an unexpected return to the type of performance the Toon Army enjoyed throughout 2022/23, but Newcastle have been hugely inconsistent this year and cannot seem to put together a run of good results. However, qualifying for some form of European football is still within the club’s grasp, so they still have strong motivation to fight for every point.

Adding some extra spice to this encounter is the last time these sides met back in December in the Carabao Cup quarter-final. Newcastle were on the verge of progressing to the semi-final, before a 92nd-minute mistake from Kieran Trippier gifted Chelsea a goal, and the Blues went on to win on penalties. Expect Newcastle to want to banish those demons on this return to Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea will be without the services of defenders Ben Chilwell and Levi Colwill, who both picked up injuries in the 2-2 share of spoils against Brentford over the weekend.

Benoit Badiashile (groin) and Carney Chukwuemeka (ankle) are due to return to training, but they are unlikely to be ready to feature yet, while Wesley Fofana (knee), Lesley Ugochukwu (hamstring), Reece James (thigh), Conor Gallagher (illness), Christopher Nkunku (thigh) and Romeo Lavia (thigh) all remain on the sidelines.

Newcastle will be missing on-field skipper Kieran Trippier, who was forced off with a calf problem against Wolves. Lewis Hall is ineligible to face his parent club, while Callum Wilson, Joelinton and Nick Pope are all long-term absentees.

Chelsea close out the latest weekend of Premier League action as they take on Newcastle United at Stamford Bridge. The Blues have endured another nightmare season and they currently sit eleventh in the league table with minimal hopes of breaking into any European qualification spots.

Their opponents this evening, meanwhile, have also struggled in recent months in comparison to last season when they qualified for the Champions League by finishing fourth. Just four points currently separate the two sides and a number of key players are expected to miss the clash as fresh injury blows.

Kieran Trippier recently picked up an injury that will see him miss the clash against Chelsea and FA Cup tie against Manchester City. In west London, Mauricio Pochettino is expected to be without Ben Chilwell and Levi Colwill due to injury, while Conor Gallagher is a doubt after suffering with an illness throughout last week.

Newcastle (12-4-11, 10th) is on a two-game win streak, first with their penalty kick win over Blackburn in the FA Cup Fifth Round, then earning a 3-0 shutout win over Wolverhampton last matchweek. Chelsea (10-6-10, 11th), meanwhile, is coming off a 2-2 draw with Brentford.

Eddie Howe’s side will be seeking revenge for their Carabao Cup exit, where Chelsea won 4-2 on penalty kicks in the quarterfinal. Newcastle was ahead until a Kieran Trippier mistake gave Mykhailo Mudryk a stoppage time equalizer that forced the game to kicks.

Both sides are plagued by injuries and other absentee issues, which could cause up to 13 players to miss the game. Trippier, Levi Colwill and Ben Chilwell will all be out for Chelsea, but things have eased up in Newcastle, where Alexander Isak, Joe Willock and Elliot Anderson have all returned in recent weeks.

Injuries have plagued Eddie Howe throughout the 2023/24 campaign with the latest blow seeing Kieran Trippier pick up an issue that will sideline him for the upcoming two games. Bruno Guimaraes also remains a huge suspension risk with the Brazil international on nine yellow cards for the season.

Heading into the clash, Newcastle sit four points ahead of Chelsea and seven away from the top six and a victory could take them above Wolves, Brighton and West Ham. With that said, here is everything you need to know on how to watch the clash in the capital.

Chelsea's up-and-down season continues to be just that. The Blues have two wins in their five, but one of them is in the FA Cup against Championship side Leeds United. The good news is that they have a tendency to score -- they have scored nine times in that stretch -- but there's always another shoe that drops with Chelsea. They have not kept a clean sheet since late January, a span of nine games.

Mauricio Pochettino's team still carries several injuries heading into this game, including Christopher Nkunku, who came to the club over the summer with the hopes of being a star striker but has battled fitness all season long. The likes of Conor Callagher and Nicolas Jackson have been pitching in during recent games and might be counted on again to do so against Newcastle.

The match features two teams whose seasons have been underwhelming. Both were anticipated to perform better, especially considering the significant investments made in their squads. However, they currently find themselves in the mid-table, striving to secure points in hopes of qualifying for a cup competition.

Newcastle are slightly better positioned for this aim, with 40 points, just 3 points behind West Ham, the current last qualifier for an international cup spot. Chelsea, with 36 points, remain hopeful of securing qualification. They believe reaching this goal is still within reach, especially since they have a game in hand. A victory over Newcastle would be crucial for their aspirations.


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