FULL-TIME AT THE MOLINEUX: Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Chelsea
FULL-TIME AT ST. JAMES’ PARK: Newcastle United 0-4 Manchester City
80′ MIN: Gabriel Jesus storms into to box near the byline and plays the ball across the face of goal for Raheem Sterling to tap home!
GOOOOAAALLLLL!!! Newcastle United 0-4 Manchester City (R. Sterling)
65′ MIN: A delightful ball from Oleksandr Zinchenko was met on the volley by Riyad Mahrez to give City an unassailable lead. It is the Algerian’s 50th goal for the Cityzens.
GOOOAAAALLLL!!! Newcastle United 0-3 Manchester City (R. Mahrez)
SECOND HALF UNDERWAY AT THE MOLINEUX AND AT ST. JAMES’ PARK: Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Chelsea, Newcastle United 0-2 Manchester City
HALF-TIME AT THE MOLINEUX AND AT ST. JAMES’ PARK: Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Chelsea, Newcastle United 0-2 Manchester City
27′ MIN: In what is his 100th appearance for the club, full-back Joao Cancelo picks the ball up in the middle of the park, drifts past one, fakes onto his strong foot and then unleashes a rocket past Dubravka! Certainly one of the goals of the season!
GOOOAAALLL!!! Newcastle United 0-2 Manchester City (J. Cancelo)
5′ MIN: The Cityzens find an early breakthrough! Portuguese defender Ruben Dias takes full advantage of the confusion in the Newcastle backline to head the ball into an empty net.
GOOOOAAAAALLLL!!! Newcastle United 0-1 Manchester City (R. Dias)
KICK-OFF AT THE MOLINEUX AND AT ST. JAMES’ PARK: Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 Chelsea, Newcastle United 0-0 Manchester City
STATS: Chelsea have won just twice in five Premier League fixtures (D2, L1) and have dropped seven points from winning positions in their last seven Premier League matches. The Blues have also conceded in their last five league games – their longest streak without a clean sheet under German tactician Thomas Tuchel.
City gaffer Pep Guardiola has made three changes from the side that thrashed Leeds United 7-0 as Joao Cancelo, Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus all in the Starting XI while John Stones, Jack Grealish and Phil Foden are all among the substitutes.
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe makes five changes to the side that began the 3-1 loss away to Liverpool at Anfield last Thursday with Ciaran Clark, Joe Willock, Miguel Almiron, Matt Ritchie and Callum Wilson all in the Starting XI, while Allan Saint-Maximin is only good enough to be on the bench.
NEWCASTLE UNITED VS MANCHESTER CITY:
The Blues have made two changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Everton last time out, with N’Golo Kante and Trevoh Chalobah replacing the injured Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Jorginho. Chelsea name just six players on their bench, including midfielder Mateo Kovacic who has been out for 11 games plus two goalkeepers.
Wolves boss Bruno Lage makes three changes to his starting XI, with Mexican striker Raul Jimenez returning from suspension to replace the injured Hwang Hee-chan. Ki-Jana Hoever and Leander Dendoncker both comes in for Nelson Semedo and Francisco Trincao.
Welcome to our Super Sunday coverage of the Premier League (Matchday 18) as Chelsea visit the Molineux to take on Wolves, while Newcastle United will play hosts to table-toppers and current defending champions Manchester City. Follow this live feed which will give you all of the action as it breaks.
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS VS CHELSEA: