MANCHESTER CITY continue their quest to retain the FA Cup with a tough quarter-final clash against Newcastle.
Pep Guardiola’s side were victorious at Wembley over twelve months ago and will want to retain their crown with the Premier League heading to Merseyside.
Newcastle meanwhile are enjoying an excellent run under Steve Bruce and are chasing a first FA Cup triumph since 1955.
When is Newcastle vs Man City?
- This FA Cup clash is the final fixture of the four quarter-finals and is set for Sunday, June 28.
- Kick-off at St James Park is at 6.30pm BST.
- When City visited this ground earlier in the campaign, they were denied three points by a dramatic late leveller from Jonjoe Shelvey.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
- You can catch this game live and FREE on BBC ONE where coverage begins at 6pm.
- The draw for the semi-finals of the FA Cup will be made at half-time.
- If you want to stream, head to the BBC iPlayer where you can also choose to watch from the beginning.
What is the team news?
Both Matty Longstaff and Matt Ritchie will be monitored going into this class, while Isaac Hayden is also a game-time decision.
Fernandinho is suspended for Man City, while Sergio Aguero has undergone knee surgery and won’t be fit for the remainder of the season.
Phil Foden could return after missing the defeat against Chelsea.
- Newcastle to win – 12/1
- Draw at St James Park – 6/1
- Man City to win – 2/11
- Both teams to score – 21/20
*Odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.