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[STREAM=] Manchester City vs Newcastle United live free Broadcast TV 16/03/2024

Manchester City vs. Newcastle United LIVE STREAM (3/16/24): Watch FA CUP online | Time, TV, channel. Manchester City faces Newcastle United in the FA CUP on Saturday, March 16, 2024 (3/16/24) at Etihad Stadium in Manchester, England.


Manchester City have gone unbeaten in 42 home games in all competitions as they welcome Newcastle United for an FA Cup semi-final tie at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.

Defending FA CUP trophy holder Man City welcome Newcastle to the Etihad Stadium in this all Premier League quarter-final clash.

Man City are still on course to become the first team in English football history to complete back-to-back trebles. While they are third in the EPL table, they just are a single point off league-leaders Arsenal and are set for a Champions League quarter-final showdown with Real Madrid next month. Meanwhile, in the FA Cup, they face Newcastle, a side that have posed little threat to Pep Guardiola's unrelenting winning machine in the past, and shouldn't present much challenge this time either.

To call Newcastle’s record against Man City over the past 20 years abysmal would be generous. Newcastle have never won at the Etihad Stadium, and last managed to draw at the ground in 2006. Magpies manager Eddie Howe’s record against Pep’s side is similarly atrocious, he’s only bested his Man City counterpart once. However, offering the Toon Army a sliver of hope is the fact Newcastle actually eliminated Man City from the Carabao Cup this season, but that match was played at St James’ Park.

Historical record favors Man City, as does current form. The home side are unbeaten since December 6, while Newcastle cannot stop leaking goals and losing games. Only Sheffield Utd have conceded more goals away from home than Eddie Howe’s men.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: FA CUP

Who: Manchester City vs. Newcastle United

When: Saturday, March 16, 2024

Time: 1:30 p.m.

Where: Etihad Stadium


Liverpool was denied a last-minute penalty after fighting back to draw 1-1 with Manchester City on Sunday in the final Premier League clash between Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola before the German coach steps down at the end of the season.

Alexis Mac Allister struck a 50th-minute spot kick to cancel out John Stones’ first-half strike at Anfield. But Klopp thought his team should have been awarded another penalty after Jeremy Doku’s high challenge on Mac Allister in second-half stoppage time.

It meant second-place Liverpool had to settle for a draw that kept it one point ahead of defending champion City in third and behind leader Arsenal on goal difference. Arsenal moved top after a 2-1 win against Brentford on Saturday.

There has been little to separate Klopp and Guardiola in one of English soccer’s most enduring rivalries and that theme continued in this latest thrilling encounter.

Klopp has announced this will be his final season with the Merseyside club and is aiming to go out in style by winning a second league title and potentially a quadruple of trophies, having already secured the League Cup.

Liverpool is still in contention for the Europa League and FA Cup and a win on Sunday would have given Klopp’s team a four-point advantage over City.

But it looked like Guardiola might secure only his second win against Klopp at Anfield after Stones converted from Kevin De Bruyne’s corner in the 23rd.

Mac Allister equalized five minutes into the second half after City goalkeeper Ederson brought down Darwin Nunez in the box.

Chances came and went at both ends with Luis Diaz missing a one-on-one and City’s Phil Foden and Doku both hitting the woodwork before the penalty appeal.

This was another example of Guardiola’s struggles at Anfield and the potential of Klopp’s rebuilt team, which dominated for long spells in the second half.

Guardiola’s sole win at Liverpool’s stadium remains a 4-1 rout in 2021, during the COVID-19 pandemic when fans were locked out. Liverpool has won five of the previous eight games against City at home.

Guardiola’s team looked like addressing that record when going ahead through a corner routine that had clearly been planned on the training ground.

As Nathan Ake jostled Mac Allister out of position, De Bruyne’s low cross to the near post was met by the run of Stones. With Liverpool’s goal exposed, Stones side-footed past Caoimhin Kelleher from a narrow angle.

The home side equalized shortly after halftime when Nunez seized on an underhit pass from Ake and Ederson hacked him down in desperation.

Referee Michael Oliver pointed to the spot and Mac Allister fired high to the left beyond the dive of the goalkeeper.

Ederson appeared to hurt himself when bringing down Nunez and he was replaced by backup Stefan Ortega in the 56th.

City could have restored its lead when Foden was denied with only Kelleher to beat and, at the other end, Diaz fired wide when through one-on-one with Ortega.

Diaz was then denied by a last-ditch challenge from Kyle Walker, while Foden hit the bar when Kelleher’s punched clearance rebounded off the forward.

Eddie Howe’s side knocked Pep Guardiola’s team out of the Carabao Cup earlier this season and now travel to the Etihad Stadium looking to repeat that feat in the FA Cup.

Still, Newcastle have been so poor on the road all season and were well-beaten at Chelsea on Monday night, despite the eventual 3-2 scoreline.

However, it was none other than the Magpies who dumped the defending trebles winners out of the Carabao Cup this season.

Pep Guardiola's men come into the tie on the back of a 1-1 league draw with Liverpool at the weekend, while Newcastle last suffered a 3-2 loss to Chelsea on Monday.

Goalkeeper Ederson and attacker Jack Grealish are ruled out with muscle and groin problems, respectively. Stefan Ortega, who came on as a substitute for Ederson the last time out, will start in between the sticks; with Erling Haaland leading the line of attack.

As Sandro Tonali continues to serve his ban, the likes of Anthony Gordon, Harvey Barnes, Lewis Hall, Kieran Trippier, Callum Wilson and Joelinton are all sidelined through injuries.

Dan Burn is a doubt on account of a back problem, with Emil Kraft in line to slot in at left-back as Tino Livramento continues to cover for Trippier on the other side. With Jacob Murphy to deputise for Gordon in attack, Alexander Isak remains the visitors' main threat going forward.

City host Newcastle at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday in the quarter-final of the competition. Pep Guardiola's team defeated Luton Town in the fifth round to set up their clash against Newcastle in the last eight.

A spot in the semi-final at Wembley Stadium is up for grabs for the winner of the clash between City and Newcastle. City are also fighting on two other fronts, with the Premier League and Champions League still potential successes for City this season.

City will be without three key players due to injury for Saturday's game against Newcastle. Kevin De Bruyne, Jack Grealish and Ederson are all on the sidelines with their respective injuries, with De Bruyne the latest to be added to the treatment room.

Newcastle defeated Blackburn Rovers in a penalty shootout in their fifth-round tie to set up a clash against City. Eddie Howe will also be without several star players to face City, with Joelinton, Nick Pope, Kieran Trippier, Callum Wilson, Harvey Barnes and Sandro Tonali all unavailable, while there is also a question mark over Anthony Gordon's fitness.


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