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Newcastle United vs Leicester City live stream: How to watch Carabao Cup quarter-final online

How to Watch Leicester City vs. Newcastle United: Free Live Stream, TV Channel

How to Watch Leicester City vs. Newcastle

  • Match Day: Monday, December 26, 2022
  • Match Time: 10:00 AM ET
  • TV: USA Network
  • Stadium: King Power Stadium
  • Live Stream on Free TV: WATCH

Leicester City and Newcastle Stats

  • Newcastle has scored 29 goals in 15 games (fourth in the Premier League), and Leicester City has conceded 25 in 15 (14th in league).
  • Leicester City is sixth in the Premier League offensively (1.7 goals per game), and Newcastle is first defensively (0.7 conceded per match).
  • Newcastle has a goal differential of +18 on the season, third in the league.
  • Leicester City’s goal differential is 0, which ranks seventh in the league.

Newcastle Key Players

  • Miguel Almiron has eight goals in 15 games — No. 1 on Newcastle, and sixth in the league.
  • Callum Wilson is Newcastle’s second-leading scorer, with six goals in 11 league games.
  • Newcastle’s leader in assists is Kieran Trippier, who has three in 15 games (16th in league).

Leicester City Key Players

  • James Maddison has seven goals in 13 games — the leading scorer on Leicester City, and seventh in the league.
  • Harvey Barnes is Leicester City’s No. 2 scorer with six goals (on 24 shots, 1.8 per game) in 13 league appearances.
  • Leicester City’s top playmaker is Maddison, with four assists in 13 games (eighth in league).

Newcastle Schedule

DateOpponentScoreHome/Away
10/29/2022Aston VillaW 4-0Home
11/6/2022SouthamptonW 4-1Away
11/12/2022ChelseaW 1-0Home
12/26/2022Leicester CityAway
12/31/2022LeedsHome
1/3/2023ArsenalAway
1/15/2023FulhamHome

live stream Newcastle United vs Leicester City in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday 10 January 2023.

After having their FA Cup dreams shattered on Saturday night, if Newcastle are going to end their 54-year wait for major silverware, it’s going to have to come in this competition. At the weekend, Eddie Howe’s team were on the wrong-end of a cup upset, beaten 2-1 by third-tier Sheffield Wednesday.

Bruno Guimaraes’s close-range finish did set up a grand-stand finish at Hillsborough, but the Magpies could not find an equaliser. Before this, Newcastle were unbeaten in 15 matches in league and cup, form that leaves them third in the Premier League.

So far in the League Cup, the Toon Army have seen off Tranmere Rovers, Crystal Palace on penalties and then Bournemouth last month. So, they’re on the verge of a first semi-final since 2005, last featuring in the last four of this competition in in 1976, beaten by Manchester City in that season’s final.

Leicester City, meanwhile, have won a Premier League title, a first-ever FA Cup and the Community Shield in recent seasons. Brendan Rodgers’ side also reached the Europa Conference League semi-finals last season, but are not living up their lofty ambitions just now.

Having lost all three since the restart, Leicester sit 13th in the Premier League, most-recently beaten at home by Fulham a week ago. On Saturday, the Foxes did reach the FA Cup fourth round, edging out Gillingham, with Kelechi Ịheanachọ the match-winner at Priestfield.

By Jack

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