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Newcastle United 1-1 Watford FC

Watford’s late equalizer against Newcastle proves a fair reward for a commendable away performance,

As they snatch a point away from the desperate grasp of their relegation rivals to halt a run of seven straight defeats.

Though the Hornets were able to salvage a morale-boosting draw, their hosts will be ruing defensive deficiencies yet again – allowing Saint-Maximin’ wonder-strike to become overshadowed by another failure to win.

Despite a switch to a more direct style bearing some fruit, Eddie Howe will be increasingly concerned, as Newcastle remains entrenched inside the bottom three.

Starting Lineup:

NEWCASTLE UNITED (4-3-3): Martin Dubravka;

Kieran Trippier, Jamaal Lascelles, Fabian Schar, Paul Dummett;

Jonjo Shelvey, Sean Longstaff, Joelinton;

Ryan Fraser, Chris Wood, Allan Saint-Maximin.

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SUBS: Karl Darlow, Emil Krafth, Miguel Almiron, Mark Gillespie,

Matt Ritchie, Jacob Murphy, Joe Willock,

Elliot Anderson, Jamal Lewis.


WATFORD (4-3-3): Ben Foster;

Jeremy Ngakia, Samir, Craig Cathcart, Hassane Kamara;

Juraj Kucka, Moussa Sissoko, Edo Kayembe;

Josh King, Emmanuel Dennis, Joao Pedro.

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SUBS: Daniel Bachmann, Francisco Sierralta, Tom Cleverley, Kiko Femenia,

James Morris, Ozan Tufan, Juan Hernandez,

Christian Kabasele, Ken Sema.

Newcastle United

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND – JANUARY 15: Moussa Sissoko of Watford FC (19) and Jamaal Lascelles of Newcastle United FC (6) embrace before the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Watford at St. James Park on January 15, 2022 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. (Photo by Serena Taylor/Newcastle United via Getty Images)


Shelvey sweeps a ball down the left towards Saint-Maximin, who still has a lot of work to do, and the Frenchman takes advantage of a slip by Ngakia, to drive towards the box at pace and drill home a powerful finish at the near post – leaving Foster completely flat-footed. Newcastle go 1-0 up

Ranieri’s changes pay off, as Femenia chases onto a ball down the right and clips in a delicious ball towards the penalty spot, from where Pedro beats Lascelles in an aerial challenge and plants the ball past Dubravka into the bottom-left corner. Incredible drama at St James’ – it is now 1-1 with just minutes to go!

So, what’s next for Newcastle and Watford?

Having picked up a point from the first of three crucial fixtures – with Burley and Norwich still to play before the end of the month – Watford can feel confident of widening the gap between these clubs in the coming weeks.

Newcastle, meanwhile, Will hope to bounce back to beat Leeds at Elland Road next week.

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