Newcastle United vs Manchester City – FA Cup Football Score Live June 28/06/2020
Three of the four are free to air, the FA Cup Man City match and also the Sheff Utd and Bournemouth PL games which Sky Sports have made free to air games and not just for Sky subscribers. The Villa game is on BT Sport.
‘Newcastle United will face Manchester City in the quarter-finals of the Emirates FA Cup on Sunday, 28th June.
The tie had been due to be played in March, but football was suspended that month following the coronavirus outbreak.
But the Football Association have now confirmed that, if all safety requirements are in place, the game will be played this month.
Kick-off will be at 6.30pm (BST) and while unfortunately no supporters will be able to watch the game in the stadium, the match will be shown live on BBC One.
Earlier on Friday afternoon, the Magpies’ next three Premier League fixtures were announced.
Details of Newcastle’s other remaining fixtures will be announced in due course.’
An announcement on Friday afternoon has confirmed details of Newcastle United’s FA Cup game against Manchester City.
The club stating (see below) that the sixth round tie will be played on Sunday 28 June with a 6.30pm kick-off.
They also confirm that the match will be shown live on BBC 1.
That will not come as particularly welcome news for Newcastle or any of the other clubs in the competition as Man City go into this quarter-final looking to chalk up a 10th successive FA Cup win – last losing in the competition back in February 2018.
City have scored a whopping 35 goals at a rate of almost four per game since then, while they have conceded just four times at the other end, keeping six clean sheets.
It is a formidable record for sure, but Guardiola’s side have looked much more mortal this season and, in the Premier League alone, have already been beaten eight times in 2019-20.
Another defeat on Sunday would see them lose three successive away games for the first time since October 2016, and it is worth noting that they were only able to come away with a draw from their league visit to St James’ Park this term.
Newcastle have won the last two FA Cup meetings between these two sides at home too, while in all competitions it is now seven games unbeaten at St James’ Park for the Magpies – a run which stretches back to New Year’s Day.