Jamie Vardy scored for the 10th game in a row to equal Ruud van Nistelrooy's Premier League record and maintain Leicester incredible riseRead the full story ›
Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse must have dug out his gloves and snood after looking out of the window this morning.
The Magpies have been forced to shovel snow off their St James' Park pitch after temperatures dropped below freezing overnight in the north of England.
Steve McClaren's side welcome Leicester on Saturday afternoon for whom Jamie Vardy is expected to return from injury, as he bids to equal Ruud van Nistlerooy's record of scoring in ten consecutive Premier League matches.
A first-half goal by Ayoze Perez against the run of play earned all three points for Newcastle at fellow strugglers BournemouthRead the full story ›
Bournemouth will assess the fitness of goalkeeper Artur Boruc ahead of Saturday's clash with NewcastleRead the full story ›
Jack Butland's impressive form secured a 0-0 draw for Stoke City against Newcastle UnitedRead the full story ›
Newcastle manager Steve McClaren hopes his side can overcome their poor start in the Premier LeagueRead the full story ›
Newcastle have successfully appealed Fabricio Coloccini's red card in the Tyne-Wear derby, although the Football Association has charged the club with failing to control their players in the aftermath of that decision in the defeat to Sunderland.
Tempers frayed at the Stadium of Light after the Magpies captain was given a straight red card in first-half injury time, having appeared to bundle over Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher as he raced towards goal.
Newcastle lodged an appeal after the 3-0 loss for wrongful dismissal - something the FA accepted, meaning Coloccini will now not have to serve a one-match ban.
The club have, though, been charged with failing to control their players after they furiously harangued referee Robert Madley.
Newcastle have announced an appeal has been lodged with the Football Association over the dismissal of defender Fabricio Coloccini during Sunday's derby match against Sunderland.
Sam Allardyce picked up his first win as Sunderland boss as his side saw off Newcastle in the Wear-Tyne derby.Read the full story ›