On Saturday 12 August, Newcastle United FC will host Aston Villa FC at St. James’ Park. Both teams come into this clash with an evenly matched record in the past six outings – Newcastle having won two games, drawn three, and lost one, while Villa have won three, drawn one and lost two. While neither side has a clear advantage, the do-or-die situation makes this match even more hotly contested. Newcastle United FC, keen to not drop out of the top 6 of the Premier League, will be determined to take the game to Aston Villa, while Aston Villa, aiming for promotion to the top division, will also be looking to come away with all three points. Saturday’s match promises to be an exciting and hard-fought battle between two sides hungry for victory.
This Saturday, Aston Villa FC will be hosting Newcastle United FC for a highly anticipated match at Villa Park. This will be the second time these two teams have been pitted against each other, with Aston Villa FC defeating Newcastle United FC 3-0 in their last meeting on April 15th.
In the first half, Jacob Ramsey opened the scoring for Aston Villa FC in the 11th minute with an assist from Ollie Watkins. Newcastle United defender Fabian Schr was the unfortunate recipient of a yellow card for a foul in the 22nd minute.
In the second half, Ollie Watkins continued the scoring onslaught with two goals. The first came in the 64th minute, assisted by Alex Moreno, and the second came in the 83rd minute, following a beautiful assist from Jacob Ramsey.
Villa Park will be electric as Villa look to build off their last performance against United. Can the home team replicate their 3-0 success or will Newcastle United FC be able to turn the tables? All eyes will be on Villa Park Saturday, when these two teams clash for the second time.