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  • Date:23 Nov 2013
  • Kick-off:15:00
  • Venue:St James' Park
  • Attendance:51,328
  • Remy (1) Gouffran (37)
  • Fer (79)
Goal!

Live Commentary

98mins

The referee ends the match.

98mins

Cheick Tiote takes the free kick.

96mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Moussa Sissoko by Ryan Bennett.

95mins

Free kick taken by Tim Krul.

94mins

Clearance by Davide Santon.

93mins

Vurnon Anita decides to take the corner short.

92mins

Loic Remy takes a shot. Blocked by Michael Turner.

91mins

A cross is delivered by Loic Remy.

91mins

Strike on goal comes in from Wes Hoolahan from the free kick. Moussa Sissoko gets a block in.

90mins

Gary Hooper fouled by Vurnon Anita, the ref awards a free kick.

89mins

(Norwich) makes a substitution, with Josh Murphy coming on for Nathan Redmond.

89mins

Wes Hoolahan comes on in place of Bradley Johnson.

88mins

The ball is crossed by Nathan Redmond.

87mins

Ryan Bennett restarts play with the free kick.

86mins

Unfair challenge on Mike Williamson by Michael Turner results in a free kick.

86mins

Free kick taken by Nathan Redmond.

86mins

Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Johan Elmander by Davide Santon.

85mins

The ball is crossed by Hatem Ben Arfa.

84mins

Clearance by Davide Santon.

83mins

Hatem Ben Arfa replaces Yoan Gouffran.

82mins

Clearance made by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.

81mins

Yoan Gouffran sends in a cross.

79mins

Cheick Tiote makes a clearance.

79mins

Corner taken by Nathan Redmond from the right by-line.

78mins

Header at goal by Ryan Bennett misses to the right.

78mins

Corner taken by Nathan Redmond.

77mins

Free kick taken by Vurnon Anita.

77mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Bradley Johnson on Cheick Tiote.

76mins

Mike Williamson manages to make a clearance.

74mins

Papiss Cisse comes on in place of Shola Ameobi.

73mins

The ball is sent over by Martin Olsson.

70mins

Tim Krul takes the free kick.

70mins

Yoan Gouffran fouled by Gary Hooper, the ref awards a free kick.

68mins

Yohan Cabaye goes off and Vurnon Anita comes on.

67mins

Yohan Cabaye has a direct shot on goal from the free kick. Michael Turner gets a block in.

66mins

Michael Turner concedes a free kick for a foul on Loic Remy.

65mins

Yohan Cabaye takes a shot. Martin Olsson gets a block in.

63mins

Yohan Cabaye manages to make a clearance.

58mins

Clearance by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.

54mins

Clearance made by Martin Olsson.

53mins

Shola Ameobi has an effort at goal. John Ruddy blocks the ball.

50mins

Cheick Tiote manages to make a clearance.

50mins

Nathan Redmond has a direct shot on goal from the free kick. Blocked by Mike Williamson.

49mins

Johan Elmander replaces Anthony Pilkington.

46mins

Foul by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa on Anthony Pilkington, free kick awarded.

46mins

The referee gets the second half started.

46mins

The ref blows to signal half-time.

46mins

Corner taken by Yohan Cabaye from the left by-line.

46mins

Shola Ameobi takes the chance to get an effort at goal. A parry by John Ruddy prevents the goal.

41mins

Centre by Yoan Gouffran.

38mins

Yoan Gouffran scores with their left foot. Newcastle 2-0 Norwich.

38mins

Shola Ameobi gets a header at goal. Parried by John Ruddy back into danger.

38mins

Moussa Sissoko sends in a cross.

36mins

Unfair challenge on Michael Turner by Loic Remy results in a free kick.

36mins

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa sends in a cross.

35mins

Shot by Cheick Tiote missed to the left of goal.

34mins

Martin Olsson delivers the ball.

33mins

Header by Anthony Pilkington misses to the right of the target.

32mins

Davide Santon manages to make a clearance.

30mins

Free kick taken by Martin Olsson.

30mins

Foul by Moussa Sissoko on Leroy Fer, free kick awarded.

29mins

John Ruddy restarts play with the free kick.

29mins

The referee blows for offside.

27mins

Clearance by Ryan Bennett.

26mins

Ryan Bennett manages to make a clearance.

26mins

Clearance made by Martin Olsson.

26mins

Yohan Cabaye restarts play with the free kick.

25mins

Moussa Sissoko fouled by Bradley Johnson, the ref awards a free kick.

24mins

Cheick Tiote concedes a free kick for a foul on Leroy Fer.

22mins

Clearance made by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.

22mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Cheick Tiote on Nathan Redmond.

22mins

Corner taken by Yohan Cabaye from the right by-line.

20mins

Michael Turner makes a clearance.

19mins

Foul by Leroy Fer on Cheick Tiote, free kick awarded.

17mins

Russell Martin manages to make a clearance.

13mins

Clearance made by Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.

13mins

Clearance made by Fabricio Coloccini.

13mins

Leroy Fer has an effort at goal.

13mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Cheick Tiote on Nathan Redmond.

11mins

Nathan Redmond takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the right of the target.

9mins

Michael Turner manages to make a clearance.

7mins

The ball is swung over by Martin Olsson.

6mins

Mike Williamson makes a clearance.

3mins

Fabricio Coloccini manages to make a clearance.

2mins

Corner taken by Yohan Cabaye from the left by-line. Loic Remy scores a headed goal. Newcastle 1-0 Norwich.Assist by Yohan Cabaye.

1mins

Clearance made by Nathan Redmond.

1mins

Cheick Tiote has an effort at goal. Blocked by Jonathan Howson.

1mins

Moussa Sissoko sends in a cross.

The match has kicked off.

Match Preview

Pardew - Good results attract stars Alan Pardew is hoping Newcastle can extend their run of top form to help him both keep his biggest players at the club and attract new signings in January. Back-to-back Barclays Premier League victories over Chelsea and Tottenham have given the Magpies' season a markedly different complexion and have gone some of the way towards proving Pardew's assertion that his strongest XI is more than capable of competing with the leading teams. The 52-year-old has spent virtually every transfer window since his arrival on Tyneside in December 2010 praying the club could hang on to its biggest names amid fevered speculation over the likes of Yohan Cabaye, Hatem Ben Arfa and Tim Krul. Newcastle flatly rejected Arsenal's overtures towards Cabaye during the summer - the Gunners did not come close to meeting their valuation of the player - and Pardew firmly believes the France playmaker's form for both club and country since - he starred in their 3-0 World Cup play-off victory over Ukraine in midweek - justified their stance. He said: "Yohan's performance this week has validated what we did in the summer in not letting him go. "I went to see Portugal and one or two of their players went for big, big money and I don't think they are as good as Yohan. "Yohan proved that on Tuesday night - 'Le Petit Prince', he was called the next day in L'Equipe, and that's what he was. He's a fantastic player. "It's important that we keep our results strong for keeping our players in January, but also to attract maybe one or two new ones." Newcastle headed into the international break sitting in ninth place in the table following a battling 1-0 victory at Spurs in which keeper Tim Krul was outstanding. They are only three points adrift of the top six and, with no European football to stretch their relatively meagre resources this season, are hopeful of making a much better fist of things than they did last term, when relegation became a distinct possibility. However, Pardew knows they have to maintain momentum, something they have not always managed to do in recent years. He said: "There have been many times, even before I was manager here, when this club has shot itself in the foot when it gets in a great position, and it's very important that we show the consistency on Saturday for our fans and bring a performance here that backs up Chelsea and Spurs, very important. "We have got ourselves in a poised position, and now we need to capitalise on that, something we have not done well in the last 18 months. "Go back two years, and we were capitalising on these positions, and that's what this team needs to bring home, that if we win, we can put ourselves right in the mix, and that's what we need to do." Pardew will be without in-form full-back Mathieu Debuchy, who is suspended after collecting his fifth booking of the campaign at White Hart Lane. However, he will have Fabricio Coloccini, Steven Taylor and Paul Dummett back after injury and Jonas Gutierrez following compassionate leave. Norwich manager Chris Hughton admits there can be little place for sentiment as he looks to leave former club Newcastle with all three points safely back on the away team bus. Hughton guided the Magpies to the 2010 Championship title when he was appointed full-time boss following a caretaker spell, only to be dismissed by owner Mike Ashley in the December despite the team sitting in mid-table and having won at Arsenal. Following his somewhat harsh exit from St James' Park, the 54-year-old went on to have a succsesful spell at Birmingham, making the play-offs and competing in the Europa League, before taking charge at Carrow Road, eventually guiding the Canaries to safety in the top flight once again. Hughton received a warm reception from the Toon Army on his return to the north-east last season, where Norwich lost 1-0, but maintains all that will be on his mind this weekend will be securing a positive result for his current employers. "As a returning manager, it is always very difficult," said Hughton, whose side beat West Ham before the international break to move out of the bottom three. "Yes, I was very appreciative of the response I got (last season), but you are there to ultimately take your team to try to get a result - that means more than anything "If you come away from there bitterly disappointed because you have not won or played particularly well, then it does not make it a good game. "Last season I was not disappointed with the performance, we just did not get the result." Asked if he would be happy to be on the end of some boos at full-time if it meant Norwich had won, Hughton quipped: "I would be happy to walk away with the points, yes." The Norwich manager continued: "For me it was probably a bigger deal last season to everybody else. "I enjoyed going back last season, apart from the result, which always affects how you feel because you can only really enjoy it if you get the result or close to the performance you want. "I am certainly not bitter, and I will look forward to go there again. "I have some very fond memories and a lot of friends still there. "But when I left there always wanting to look forward. Now, I am Norwich manager and am enjoying it." Hughton will take charge of his 50th Norwich match since succeeding Paul Lambert. Despite having lost six of the first 11 Premier League outings this season - including a 7-0 humilation at Manchester City - Hughton feels he has seen enough in some of the performances to remain positive of avoiding a season-long scrap for survival. He said: "At Arsenal we ran them very close and at Stoke we won, so although it has been sporadic we have shown we can on our good days perform away from home. "So we can't go to Newcastle and not have a belief we can get something."

Formation:442Manager: Alan Pardew

Newcastle

Formation: 4141Manager: Chris Hughton

Norwich

  • Tim Krul
  • Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa
  • Mike Williamson
  • Fabricio Coloccini
  • Davide Santon
  • Moussa Sissoko
  • Cheick Tiote
  • Yohan Cabaye
  • Yoan Gouffran
  • Shola Ameobi
  • Loic Remy
  • SUBS
  • Vurnon Anita
  • Papiss Cisse
  • Hatem Ben Arfa
  • Massadio Haidara
  • Rob Elliot
  • Gabriel Obertan
  • Sammy Ameobi

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Match Report

Form Guide

    LWDLWW
  • Newcastle
  • VS
  • Norwich
  • WLLDLW

Last Meetings

  • Norwich
  • 0 - 0
  • Newcastle
  • 12/01/2013
  • Newcastle
  • 1 - 0
  • Norwich
  • 23/09/2012
  • Newcastle
  • 1 - 0
  • Norwich
  • 18/03/2012
  • Norwich
  • 4 - 2
  • Newcastle
  • 10/12/2011
  • Norwich
  • 2 - 1
  • Newcastle
  • 20/04/2005
  • Newcastle
  • 2 - 2
  • Norwich
  • 25/08/2004

Top Scorers

Newcastle

  • L Remy 7
  • H Ben Arfa 2
  • Y Gouffran 2
  • Y Cabaye 2
  • M Debuchy 1
  • P Dummett 1

Norwich

  • J Howson 2
  • S Whittaker 1
  • R Snodgrass 1
  • A Pilkington 1
  • L Fer 1
  • R van Wolfswinkel 1
  • N Redmond 1

Goals

Newcastle

    • Total goals 31
    • Goals per game 15
  • 1 (For) 3 (Against) Period 0-10 mins
  • 2 (For) Period 11-20 mins
  • 2 (For) 3 (Against) Period 21-30 mins
  • 1 (For) 1 (Against) Period 31-40 mins
  • 1 (For) 3 (Against) Period 41-50 mins
  • 3 (For) 1 (Against) Period 51-60 mins
  • 1 (For) 1 (Against) Period 61-70 mins
  • 1 (For) 3 (Against) Period 71-80 mins
  • 3 (For) 1 (Against) Period 81-90 mins

Norwich

    • Total goals 25
    • Goals per game 9
  • (For) 1 (Against) Period 0-10 mins
  • (For) 3 (Against) Period 11-20 mins
  • (For) 4 (Against) Period 21-30 mins
  • 1 (For) 2 (Against) Period 31-40 mins
  • (For) 1 (Against) Period 41-50 mins
  • 2 (For) 2 (Against) Period 51-60 mins
  • 3 (For) 2 (Against) Period 61-70 mins
  • 2 (For) 1 (Against) Period 71-80 mins
  • 1 (For) 5 (Against) Period 81-90 mins

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