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

A game against the side second bottom of the Premier League could be seen as three-point banker, but Burnley are sure to make life difficult for Newcastle United today.

Vincent Kompany's Clarets are fighting for their survival and have lost only one of their last eight games. However, with only one win at Turf Moor since the start of December, Eddie Howe's Magpies know they must turn the screw in order to help their own top-six hopes

United could have Miguel Almiron back in the squad after the Paraguayan returned to training this week, as they look to build on a good run of form since the March international break, but will be without defender Fabian Schar. Newcastle have lost just once in the league - at Crystal Palace - since a 3-2 defeat against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in mid-March, and in Alexander Isak have one of the Premier League's most in-form strikers. Here's all you need to know ahead of the game.

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When does Burnley vs Newcastle United kick-off?

The game gets under way today, Saturday May 4, at 3pm at Turf Moor. It is one of five Premier League fixtures today.

Is Burnley vs Newcastle United on TV?

No, this game is not scheduled for live broadcast on any UK network.

How else can I follow Burnley vs Newcastle United?

As always, 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 Burnley vs Newcastle United highlights?

Brief highlights will be available on YouTube on the Sky Sports' Premier League channel. BBC's Match of the Day will have extended highlights and analysis from 10.30pm tonight.

Burnley vs Newcastle United referee

Anthony Taylor.

Weekend Premier League fixtures


Arsenal vs AFC Bournemouth (12.30pm)

Brentford vs Fulham (3pm)

Burnley vs Newcastle United (3pm)

Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest (3pm)

Manchester City vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (5.30pm)


Chelsea vs West Ham United (2pm)

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Aston Villa (2pm)

Liverpool vs Tottenham Hotspur (4.30pm)


Crystal Palace vs Manchester United (8pm)