Newcastle United vs Leicester City live stream, match preview, team news and kick-off time for the Carabao Cup clashEddie Howe celebrates a win in front of the Newcastle fans (Image credit: PA) Newcastle United vs Leicester City live stream and match preview, Tuesday January 10, 8pm GMTNewcastle United vs Leicester City live stream and match previewLooking for a Newcastle United vs Leicester City live stream? We've got you covered. Newcastle (opens in new tab) have not won a trophy since 1955, an extraordinarily long drought for a club of their size. The club's fans were left disappointed after a defeat by Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend ended their hopes of winning the FA Cup, leaving the Carabao Cup as their best chance of silverware this season. Newcastle, who have already eliminated Tranmere, Crystal Palace (opens in new tab) and Bournemouth (opens in new tab) from the competition this season, are flying high in the Premier League.
Newcastle had 22 shots on goal in that game and Howe says they must take their chances if they want to avoid exiting another cup. "We have to be more clinical, " he said. "If we look back at the Leeds game and Saturday, there were too many chances not taken. "He added: "Psychologically, it would be a great thing for us to get through to a two-legged semi-final.
Newcastle United v Leicester CityFollow live text and radio commentary of this game hereLine-upsNewcastleFormation 4-3-322Pope2Trippier5Schär4Botman33Burn36S Longstaff39Bruno Guimarães28Willock24Almirón9Wilson7JoelintonSubstitutes6Lascelles10Saint-Maximin11Ritchie14Isak19Manquillo20Wood23Murphy26Darlow32AndersonLeicesterFormation 4-2-3-11Ward27Castagne18Amartey3Faes33Thomas25Ndidi11Albrighton8Tielemans17Pérez7Barnes20DakaSubstitutes4Söyüncü9Vardy14Iheanacho23Vestergaard24Mendy31Iversen34Brunt44Braybrooke49McAteerNewcastle boss Eddie Howe has called upon his side to be more clinical as they look to respond to their shock FA Cup exit when they face Leicester City in the quarter-finals of the Carabao Cup on Tuesday.
We want to experience that, but we have a very different tough opponent in our way. "Howe made eight changes for the Owls game with Nick Pope, Fabian Schar and Callum Wilson rested. They are likely to return for Tuesday's game while record signing Alexander Isak, who played the opening 45 minutes at the weekend on his return from a thigh injury, could also get more minutes. "Hopefully Saturday will do him good and he'll be involved, " Howe said of Isak. "We want him fit and available as quickly as possible.
I felt that 45 minutes was his maximum on Saturday. "Leicester head into the game on the back of a 1-0 win at Gillingham in the FA Cup. The Foxes were beaten 3-0 at the King Power Stadium by Newcastle on Boxing Day and boss Brendan Rodgers believes this game provides a great chance for his side to wreak revenge. "It's a fantastic game, " he said.
Hugo Lloris, FIFA World Cup Winning Captain of France, Retires From International Football. Leicester City on the other hand, will hope to progress to the semifinals and keep their hopes alive for some silverware this season, after what has been a torrid and forgettable time in the Premier League. Brendan Rodgers and co languish in the 13th spot with 11 losses in 18 matches. What’s worse is that they were trounced 3-0 by Newcastle United on Boxing Day. The Magpies are set to gave Nick Pope back between the goal for this match. For Leicester City, Youri Tielemans would be the player to watch out for. The Belgian scored for the Foxes in their round of 16 clash against MK Dons.
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When is Newcastle United vs Leicester City, Carabao Cup 2022-23 Football Match? Know Date, Time and Venue Details. Newcastle United vs Leicester City quarterfinal match in Carabao Cup 2022-23 will be played at the St. James Park. The EFL Cup match will take place on January 11, 2023 (Wednesday) and is scheduled to start at 01:30 am IST (Indian Standard Time). Thomas Muller Makes U-Turn on Playing for Germany, Claims ‘I’m Always Available’. Where to Watch the Live Telecast of Newcastle United vs Leicester City, Carabao Cup 2022-23 Football Match in India? Sadly, fans in India cannot watch EFL Cup 2022-23 matches on TV as there is no official broadcaster available. So, the Newcastle United vs Leicester City Carabao Cup 2022-23 match live telecast won't be available in India.
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Other gamesManchester United (opens in new tab) vs Charlton Athletic, another Carabao Cup quarter-final, is also due to take place on Tuesday. Kick-off and channelKick-off is at 8pm GMT on Tuesday 10 January and the match is being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football (opens in new tab) in the UK.
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