Brentford vs Newcastle United live stream, TV channel and how to watch Premier League clash

Newcastle United head to Brentford knowing they must win to guarantee European football next season. Even then, they would need Chelsea to lose against Bournemouth so Eddie Howe's side can take sixth place.

Seventh could well be enough for a Europa Conference League place, but then we would be relying on Manchester City beating Man United in next week's FA Cup final. Should Newcastle lose today, or draw and see Man United beat Brighton, then they would finish eighth and miss out on Europe.

Howe has a few selection decisions to make today, with Joelinton, Nick Pope and Miguel Almiron pressing for a place. Callum Wilson is expected to be fit so could return to the starting line-up, while they will make a late call on Anthony Gordon after the England star picked up a knock at Old Trafford. Here's all you need to know ahead of today's game.

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When does Brentford vs Newcastle United kick-off?

The game gets under way today, Sunday May 19, at 4pm at the Gtech Community Stadium. As it is the final day of the Premier League season, all games kick off at the same time.

Is Brentford vs Newcastle United on TV?

No, this one has not been chosen for live TV coverage. Despite European places being on the line, Sky Sports have opted for Manchester City vs West Ham, Chelsea vs Bournemouth and Liverpool vs Wolves in what will be Jurgen Klopp's farewell. Arsenal vs Everton will be shown on TNT Sports.

How else can I follow Brentford vs Newcastle United?

We'll bring you all the latest from game as it happens right here on ChronicleLive with our matchday live blog plus all the post-game analysis and reaction. There will also be live coverage on BBC Radio Newcastle.

When can I watch Brentford vs Newcastle United highlights?

There will be brief highlights will be available on YouTube on the Sky Sports' Premier League channel. Match of the Day will have extended highlights from 10.30pm tonight.

Brentford vs Newcastle United referee

Simon Hooper will take charge of today's game. It's the third time he has taken charge of United this season after the 4-1 home win over Chelsea and the 2-0 FA Cup defeat at Manchester City. He has only shown three red cards all season - one of them to Reece James at St James' Park.

Final day Premier League fixtures (all 4pm)

  • Arsenal vs Everton

  • Brentford vs Newcastle United

  • Brighton vs Manchester United

  • Liverpool vs Wolves

  • Sheffield United vs Tottenham

  • Manchester City vs West Ham

  • Chelsea vs Bournemouth

  • Luton Town vs Fulham

  • Crystal Palace vs Aston Villa

  • Burnley vs Nottingham Forest