BURNLEY host Newcastle on the final day of the season with their Premier League life on the line.
But can they beat the drop?
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Getting a result for Burnley won't be easy – Newcastle have had a sensational turnaround since the appointment of Eddie Howe last November.
Only league leaders Manchester City and Liverpool have earned more points than Newcastle this calendar year – which was added to in their most recent dominant display against Arsenal.
And now, Newcastle can finish off their campaign with a successful trip to Burnley if they play their cards right.
But the Clarets are in need of a positive result otherwise they could be heading into the Championship next season with already relegated Watford and Norwich.
What time does Burnley vs Newcastle kick off?
- Burnley entertain Newcastle United on Sunday, May 22 – the final day of the season.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 4pm UK time.
- Turf Moor in Burnley is the assigned arena for this huge relegation clash which can hold approximately 21,000 supporters.
- Callum Wilson's 40th minute strike was enough for the Magpies to scrape a win against Burnley earlier on in the campaign.
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What TV channel is Burnley vs Newcastle on and can I live stream it?
- Burnley vs Newcastle has not been announced as one of Sky Sports' TV games for the final day.
- Brentford vs Leeds, Liverpool vs Wolves and Man City vs Newcastle have been chosen.
Burnley's lengthy injury list was not helped by Matthew Lowton's controversial red card against Aston Villa.
Which means the defender will join Erik Pieters, Benn Mee, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Ashley Wood and Matej Vydra on the side-lines.
However Jay Rodriguez is 50/50 to return whilst James Tarkowski both made the last match-day squad.
Jonjo Shelvey, Federico Fernandez, Isaac Hayden, Joe Willock and Jamal Lewis missed out on Newcastle's fantastic performance against Arsenal which casts them all as doubts for the final game of the season.
However, Callum Wilson is expected to make his second successive start and Ryan Fraser was able to feature in a 15 minutes cameo last time out.
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- Burnley to win 11/8
- Draw 23/10
- Newcastle to win 19/10
*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication
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