Match Today: Chelsea vs Newcastle United 12-11-2022 Premier League
Newcastle host Chelsea at St James' Park for this Premier League match. The host team is currently in third place with 27 points, while the visitors are in seventh place with 21 points.
Newcastle scored a stunning 4-1 away win over Southampton in their last game and it was their fourth consecutive league win. Chelsea came into this game on the back of a 1-0 home loss to Arsenal in the London derby at the weekend.
Then they were eliminated from the League Cup against Manchester City in their last match. Newcastle lost three of their last four matches against Chelsea, as well as the previous 14 matches between the two teams. The visiting team has won seven of the last eight Premier League matches against the host team, winning the last four without conceding a goal.
Times have changed with Newcastle going into this match in great shape, winning their last four league games. They won five consecutive league games between November and December 2014.
Chelsea vs Newcastle United
Newcastle are unbeaten in their last 10 matches in all competitions while losing just once in 14 league games this season.
Chelsea have won only one of their last seven matches in all competitions with three defeats and two draws. They have also lost their last two away matches. In three of Newcastle's last four matches, there have been more than one goal. They have kept four clean sheets in their last six.
Newcastle have scored 11 goals in their last four home games while conceding only two. In three of the last five matches, there have been more than one goal. Both teams have scored in four of their last six matches.
Newcastle United vs Chelsea
On the other hand, Chelsea have not won their last four league matches and lost ten points during this period. They will try hard not to lose the league for the third time in a row for the first time since and Newcastle will again be without Alexander Isaacs, Ryan Fraser, Matt Ritchie, Emile Crafth and Paul Dummett on Saturday night through injury.
As expected, Eddie Howe made a number of changes for the UEFA Cup match with Palace on Wednesday, but the likes of Bruno Guimarães, Kieran Trippier, Sven Putman, Miguel Almiron, Joe Willock and Fabian Schar will all return to the starting line-up. This contest.
As for Chelsea, N'Golo Kante, Wesley Fofana, Ben Chilwell and Reyes James will certainly miss St James' Park. Graham Potter will make adjustments to the relationship Wednesday, as Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, Thiago Silva and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang prepare to return.