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The game is over, as the referee blows the whistle.
Angel Rangel manages to make a clearance.
(Swansea) makes a substitution, with Kyle Bartley coming on for Wayne Routledge.
Wilfried Bony scores a penalty. Newcastle 1-2 Swansea.
Caution for Cheick Tiote.
Cheick Tiote challenges Marvin Emnes unfairly and gives away a Penalty.
Clearance made by Ashley Williams.
Mathieu Debuchy makes a clearance.
Paul Dummett makes a clearance.
Free kick taken by Cheick Tiote.
Vurnon Anita fouled by Wilfried Bony, the ref awards a free kick.
Yoan Gouffran crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Adam Armstrong fouled by Jordi Amat, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance made by Jordi Amat.
Clearance by Mike Williamson.
Paul Dummett gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Jonathan de Guzman.
Tim Krul takes the free kick.
Wayne Routledge concedes a free kick for a foul on Cheick Tiote.
Tim Krul restarts play with the free kick.
Foul by Wilfried Bony on Mathieu Debuchy, free kick awarded.
Dan Gosling goes off and Adam Armstrong comes on.
Marvin Emnes is brought on as a substitute for Pablo Hernandez.
Mike Williamson takes a shot and went wide right of the net.
Cheick Tiote takes the free kick.
Pablo Hernandez challenges Cheick Tiote unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Mathieu Debuchy manages to make a clearance.
Shola Ameobi takes a shot. Michel Vorm makes a block.
Ashley Williams manages to make a clearance.
Mike Williamson makes a clearance.
The ball is sent over by Loic Remy.
Leon Britton manages to make a clearance.
Ashley Williams concedes a free kick for a foul on Tim Krul.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Ben Davies.
Free kick taken by Leon Britton.
Unfair challenge on Leon Britton by Yoan Gouffran results in a free kick.
Wayne Routledge produces a cross.
Mike Williamson takes the free kick.
Clearance by Ashley Williams.
Centre by Shola Ameobi.
Jordi Amat makes a clearance.
The official flags Jonathan de Guzman offside.
Vurnon Anita takes a shot and went wide right of the goal.
Unfair challenge on Cheick Tiote by Pablo Hernandez results in a free kick.
Shot by Loic Remy went wide of the left-hand post.
Yoan Gouffran produces a cross.
Shot by Jonjo Shelvey. Blocked by Mathieu Debuchy.
The ball is delivered by Wayne Routledge.
Ashley Williams restarts play with the free kick.
Shola Ameobi concedes a free kick for a foul on Jordi Amat.
Shola Ameobi is ruled offside.
Paul Dummett sends in a cross.
Dan Gosling has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
The second half has started.
The whistle is blown to end the first half.
Corner taken by Ben Davies from the right by-line. Wilfried Bony heads the ball into the goal. Newcastle 1-1 Swansea.Assist on the goal came from Ben Davies.
Clearance by Paul Dummett.
Yoan Gouffran heads at goal. Michel Vorm makes a block.
The ball is crossed by Mathieu Debuchy.
Clearance by Ben Davies.
Pablo Hernandez fouled by Paul Dummett, the ref awards a Penalty.
Fabricio Coloccini makes a clearance.
Luuk De Jong leaves the field to be replaced by Loic Remy.
Paul Dummett takes the free kick.
Foul by Angel Rangel on Yoan Gouffran, free kick awarded.
Ashley Williams makes a clearance.
Wilfried Bony has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
Clearance by Jordi Amat.
Free kick crossed by Pablo Hernandez.
Dan Gosling concedes a free kick for a foul on Wayne Routledge.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Shola Ameobi.
Shot by Shola Ameobi. Blocked by Angel Rangel.
Yoan Gouffran crosses the ball.
Clearance by Cheick Tiote.
Clearance made by Paul Dummett.
Shola Ameobi scores a left footed goal. Newcastle 1-0 Swansea.Assist on the goal came from Luuk De Jong.
Jonjo Shelvey takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Blocked by Shola Ameobi.
(Newcastle) makes a substitution, with Mathieu Debuchy coming on for Papiss Cisse.
Jonathan de Guzman sends in a cross.
The ball is swung over by Paul Dummett.
The ball is delivered by Shola Ameobi.
Ben Davies takes a short corner.
Ben Davies makes a clearance.
Clearance by Papiss Cisse.
Jordi Amat manages to make a clearance.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Yoan Gouffran by Angel Rangel.
Jonathan de Guzman produces a cross.
Centre by Jonathan de Guzman.
The referee gets the game underway.
Remy and Debuchy could return
Loic Remy and Mathieu Debuchy could return to the Newcastle squad for Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash with Swansea.
Striker Remy (calf) and full-back Debuchy (groin) have both missed the last six matches, and the Magpies have lost five of those games and scored only once in the process.
Moussa Sissoko (hamstring) is back running, but still some way from a return, while fellow midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa is struggling to shake off the dead leg he picked up in last Saturday's 1-0 defeat at Stoke.
Manager Alan Pardew is being driven by the fear of failure as he attempts to prevent Newcastle's season spiralling further out of control.
The 52-year-old found himself firmly in the firing line when the loss at Stoke riled fans who have seen their team win just four of their last 17 Premier League games and lose 11 of those.
However, Pardew is refusing to buckle under the pressure of a disapproving public and a malfunctioning team.
He said: "What drives managers, as much as success sometimes, is failure, because with your pride and experience you have had and the knowledge you have, you want to put it right.
"The drive is just as much either way. We always say when you are winning, you are at your weakest.
"You have got different scenarios. At the moment, it is a tough scenario, make no mistake about that. It's been tough on me this week, the pressure of carrying the team.
"But I have had it before and come through it and I hope to come through it again."
The more determined of Pardew's critics at the Britannia Stadium arrived prepared, brandishing banners calling for the manager's head.
That did not go unnoticed by their target, but simply increased his determination to get it right.
Pardew said: "I felt disappointed, of course. I don't want to see those type of banners from my own fans.
"I have been here three years and there have been some really, really good days and there have been some tough days too.
"At this moment in time, it's tough and I have got to be strong, and I am strong in my mentality to take this club forward."
Swansea will be without suspended defender Chico Flores.
Flores starts a ban following his sending-off in last weekend's 1-0 Liberty Stadium defeat against title-chasing Chelsea.
Jordi Amat looks set to deputise, while striker Michu faces a fitness test on his swollen ankle, having missed the Blues game.
Manager Garry Monk accepts that Swansea have hit "crunch time" in the quest to preserve their Premier League status.
The Swans head to Newcastle following successive 1-0 defeats against Hull and Chelsea that means they are just three points clear of relegation danger with four games left.
Monk's men have won only two league games since he moved into the coaching hot-seat vacated by a sacked Michael Laudrup in early February, drawing three and losing five.
But after Cardiff, Fulham and Sunderland - three of the five clubs below Swansea - all collected points from their latest league outings, head coach Monk knows the survival battle has intensified.
"We've been looking over our shoulder for a while," Monk said.
"It's a serious situation, but we know that and we are trying to get points on the board as soon as we can. The club, staff, players all know it. This is crunch time and we need to get points on the board.
"We've been far too inconsistent. When we hit heights we can be unplayable, but when we perform badly we are very bad.
"It has been like that this year and has put us in this situation, but we have enough quality and togetherness to make sure we are safe. But talk is cheap, and we have to put it right and show it in the last four games."
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