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Newcastle United contre Brentford : Premier League – en direct

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Les évènements clés

14h10 HAE

76 minutes : Il y a un long contrôle VAR pour un éventuel penalty de Newcastle, pour un ballon qui a clairement touché l’épaule de Mads Roerslav alors qu’il était envoyé dans la surface de réparation de Brentford. Aucun penalty n’est accordé et à juste titre.

14h07 HAE

72 minutes : Triple remplacement de Brentford : Neal Maupay, Frank Oneyka et Kevin Schade remplacent Ben Mee, Vitaly Janelt et Christian Norgaard.

14h04 HAE

69 minutes : Il y a un diablotin[romptu drinks break as Ben Mee receives treatment for an injury.

14.00 EDT

67 min: After a madcap two minutes, Mark Flekken sufficiently composes himself to come off his line and successfully pluck a Dan Burn cross from the air without incident.

13.58 EDT

64 min: Moments after Wilson blasts the ball past Flekken, the Brentford goalkeeper is booked, presumably for repeatedly complaining about the spot-kick being awarded in the first place. He has no defence – Aaron Hicky sold him short with a backpass and Anthony Gordon was too clever for the goalkeeper, making sure to get between him and the ball before going down.

13.56 EDT

GOAL! Newcastle 1-0 Brentford (Wilson 63pen)

Newcastle lead! Callum Wilson scores from the spot to give Newcastle the lead.

Callum Wilson scores
Callum Wilson makes no mistake. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA
13.55 EDT

Penalty for Newcastle

61 min: Mark Flekken is penalised for bringing down Anthony Gordon as he rushes out of his goal to the left side of his penalty area, bringing down Gordon with his left knee. It was a very rash challenge which the goalkeeper had no need to make. Aaron Hickey did him no favours with a dodgy backpass.

Flekken fouls gordon
Flekken clatters into Gordon to give away the penalty. Photograph: Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images
13.54 EDT

Goal disallowed: Newcastle 0-0 Brentford

It’s as you were. Wilson’s goal is ruled out on the back of a VAR check as he is adjudged to have fouled Flekken by backing into him. I think it’s a harsh decision and the Brentford goalkeeper is has got away with one there. He had completely missed the ball as he attempted to punch a cross clear, an error that led to the aforementioned goalmouth scramble in the first place.

Flekken is supposedly fouled
Flekken looking a bit weak on the punch. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters
13.51 EDT

GOAL! Newcasdtle 1-0 Brentford (Wilson 57)

Newcaslte lead! Callum Wilson takes advantage of some questionable goalkeeping to back into Mark Flekken and stab the ball home from a couple of yards out after a goalmouth scramble.

13.49 EDT

56 min: On the touchline, Brentford manager Thomas Frank has his tactics board out and is moving magnetic discs around in a fervour.

13.47 EDT

54 min: Newcastle are completely dominating the early stages of this second half but haven’t created any chances of note thus far.

13.46 EDT

51 min: Dan Burn gets on the ball again and advances down the left before playing it to Harvey Barnes. The ball finds its way out wide to Trippier, whose cross is headed clear. Moments later, Harvey Barnes sends a cross into the Brentford penalty area from the left but it’s a little too high for its intended target, Anthony Gordon.

13.43 EDT

49 min: It’s spookily quiet at St James’ Park, where the home team’s build-up play is ponderous in the extreme. Dan Burn gets the ball in a promising position out wide, takes on Mathias Jensen and immeditely loses it.

13.41 EDT

47 min: Anthony Gordon goes down holding his knee after getting caught by the follow-through of an Aaron Hickey back-pass to Flekken. He’s back on his feet soon enough and looks OK to continue. Referee Craig Pawson drops the ball for Ethan Pinnock to resume play uncontested.

13.40 EDT

47 min: Another big boot from Flekken, who sends a back-pass out of play for a Newcastle throw-in near the halfway line.

13.39 EDT

Second half: Newcastle 0-0 Brentford

46 min: Play resumes with Brentford on the ball. There are no further changes in personnel. Mark Flekken launches the ball forward for Brentford but it’s headed clear.

13.32 EDT

Half-time analysis: “That’s one of the hardest positions for a goalkeeper, between your legs,” says Shay Given, prompting schoolboy titters from Jamie Redknapp and Dave Jones in the Sky Sports studio. At least I think that’s what they were laughing at; it was certainly what I was laughing at.

13.24 EDT

Half-time: Newcastle United 0-0 Brentford

Peep! Craig Pawson signals the end of a fairly uneventful first half and the teams traipse off. Brentford started in the ascendency but Newcastle have gradually grown into a game of very few chances. It’s all square at St James’ Park and here’s hoping for a more entertaining second half.

13.22 EDT

45+5 min: Bryan Mbeumo heads harmlessly over the bar from a Brentford corner.

13.19 EDT

45+2 min: Kieran Trippier has his foot trod on by Christian Noorgard but doesn’t get a free-kick. Brentfortd launch a quick counter-attack and get Yoane Wissa in behind the Newcastle backline, only for Schar and Sven Botman to scramble, regroup and clear the ball between them.

13.17 EDT

45+1 min: We’ll have a minimum of five minutes of added time, most of it for the spells Fabian Schar and Rico Henry spent getting treatment for injuries.

13.16 EDT

45 min: Since Rico Henry’s departure, his replacement Mads Roerslev has taken up position on the right flank, with Aaron Hickey moving across to the left.

13.15 EDT

43 min: Christian Noorgard is booked for a foul on Harvey Barnes and Newcastle have a free-kick in the inside left channel. Kieran Trippier sends the ball into the mixer but it’s headed back towards him by Mee. Newcastle’s right-back blasts his follow-up high over the bar.

13.13 EDT

41 min: The stretcher-bearers arrive to carry Henry off the pitch but he is already on his feet and hobbling to the touchline. He’s replaced by Mads Roerslev and hopefully his injury isn’t too bad.

13.11 EDT

39 min: Kieran Trippier quickly kicks the ball out of play as Rico Henry goes down with what looks like quite a serious knee injury. The duo were tussling for the ball near the corner flag deep in the Newcastle half and Henry’s knee seemed to twist and go out from under him.

13.10 EDT

38 min: Kieran Trippier sends a cross into the penalty area that’s a might too high for Callum Wilson, who gets his head to it anyway but can’t steer it goalwards. In a better position behind him, Harvey Barnes tells Wilson he should have left it for him. Wilson replies by saying he didn’t hear any call from his teammate.

13.05 EDT

35 min: There’s a brief pause in play as Schar receives treatment for a bloodied nose.

13.05 EDT

33 min: Yoane Wissa gets booked for catching Fabian Schar with a flailing arm as the two players jumped to contest a high ball. It’s seems harsh, as there was no intention whatsoever on his part to foul Schar; he was just using his arms to help him gain elevation.

13.03 EDT

31 min: Elliot Anderson curls a low cross into the Brentford penalty area but it manages to evade both Callum Wilson and Antony Gordon. It seems Newcastle have finally woken up.

13.01 EDT

29 min: Kieran Trippier’s inswinger is noddded down by Fabian Schar and bounces kindly for Bruno Guimaraes at the far post. He’s uinable to get much power on his stooping header and Mark Flekken saves smartly with his outstretched right leg.

12.59 EDT

27 min: Fabian Schar shoots from distance and his his effort takes a deflection off a Brentford player. It’s a corner for Newcastle, their first of the game.

12.58 EDT

26 min: Yet to register a shot on or off target, Newcastle are struggling to get through Brentford’s compact defence. They’re passing the ball around on the edge of the final third but can’t unpick the lock.

12.56 EDT

24 min: Nothing comes of the corner although it was notable that Brentford stationed men at the back post in great numbers before it was taken.

12.55 EDT

23 min: So close for Brentford! Matthias Jensen curls a cross towards the far post towards Yoane Wissa, who looks to have the simplest of tasks but somehow fails to make any contact with the ball, which goes out for a corner. Jensen’s delivery must have taken a deflection.

12.53 EDT

22 min: Free-kick for Newcastle, wide on the left. Kieran Trippier whips the ball towards the near post, where Janelt clears.

12.52 EDT

20 min: Newcastle win a throw-in deep in Brentford territory but nothing much comes of it. Dan Burn slings the ball into the penalty area and the visitors clear their lines.

12.51 EDT

19 min: Bryan Mbeumo runs on to a pass from Jensen to the goalline and tries to send in a cross with his right foot. He shanks the ball into the stand behind the goal, eliciting sarcastic applause from an uncharacteristically quiet Newcastle crowd as he does so.

12.49 EDT

17 min: Harvey Barnes and Dan Burn link up well together before playing Elliot Anderson in down the left side of the Brentford penalty area. His low cross is blocked by Pinnock at the near post.

12.47 EDT

16 min: Ben Mee is almost deceived by the high bounce of a long ball deep into the Brentford half but manages to avert the danger under serious pressure from Anthony Gordon.

12.45 EDT

13 min: Anthony Gordon cuts in from the left and tries to pick out Callum Wilson. His pass is wayward and goes straight to the feet of Ben Mee.

12.43 EDT

11 min: Pinnock lays the ball off to Noorgard on the edge of the Newcastle penalty area but his shot is blocked. There’s not a great deal in it but Brentford have had the better start at St James’ Park. They look threatening while Newcastle don’t.

12.41 EDT

10 min: Nathan Collins plays a weighted pass through to Bryan Mbeumo down the inside right channel but his pull-back fails to find a teammate.

12.40 EDT

8 min: Jensen picks out Bryan Mbeumo with a free-kick lofted towards the Newcastle penalty area. With his back to goal, the Brentford striker tries to chest the ball down but Dan Burn intervenes before he can get it on the deck.

12.38 EDT

6 min: Henry gets on the ball and plays it inside to Vitaly Janelt, just inside the Brentford half. It’s moved along to Noorgard and then Ethhan Pinnock as Brentford patiently try to find a way across the halfway line.

12.37 EDT

5 min: Anthony Gordon has lined up on the right of Newcastle’s front three this evening, and he’ll do well to get the better of the extremely quick Rico Henry when it comes to chasing balls down the wing.

12.35 EDT

3 min: Brentford wing-back Aaron Hickey takes the first shot in anger, blasting the ball into the chest of Nick Pope from a tightish angle after being played in on goal by Mathias Jensen.

12.33 EDT

2 min: Callum Wilson is outmuscled as he tries to collect a pass from Kieran Trippier and Christian Noorgard heads the ball back in the direction of his own goal. It’s cleared upfield and Newcastle take possession again.

Callum Wilson controls a high ball
Callum Wilson in the thick of it early on. Photograph: Lee Smith/Action Images/Reuters
12.31 EDT

Newcastle v Brentford is go …

1 min: Following a perfectly observed silence for the victims of this weeks tragedies in Libya and Morocco, Newcastle get the ball rolling. They play in their usual home kit, while Brentford are in light blue shirts, navy shorts and light blue socks.

12.27 EDT

Not long now: Led by match referee Craig Pawson, the teams march out on to the pitch at a packed St James’ Park ahead of kick-off. Kick-off is just a couple of minutes away.

12.14 EDT

Joelinton: Eddie Howe tells Sky Sports that his midfielder aggravated a knee problem during Brazil’s second game of the interational break and says he’ll be out for “a couple of weeks”.

12.08 EDT

Eddie Howe: “I’m immune to it, so I’m not hearing it,” said Newcastle’s manager when asked about the criticism of his side’s dismal performance against Brighton prior to the international break. “I’m only feeling my emotions to be honest – and my emotions are such that when we don’t win, I’m not great to be around. That is my drive.

“I don’t need anyone else to tell me anything, really, about the team. My drive is so high. My standards are so high that I expect to win every game and I want to win every game. If we don’t, I’m disappointed in myself, so I don’t need anyone else to tell me anything.”

Eddie Howe: His drive and standards are so high.
Eddie Howe: His drive and standards are so high. Photograph: Peter Cziborra/Action Images/Reuters
12.08 EDT

Thomas Frank: Ivan Toney is currently serving an eight-month ban for a breach of betting regulations but will be allowed to return to training with Brentford on Monday as he enters the second half of his suspension. Thomas Frank addressed his return in his pre-match press conference.

“He’s very happy to be allowed back into football — to be around team-mates that he loves,” said the Brentford manager. “No doubt it will give us a lift. He hasn’t trained or played a team session, so we of course need to adapt him a bit.

“We have made a plan for him for the next 16 weeks and that will change once we get closer to when he can play in the team. We will try to work on his strength and other development areas. He’s training hard.

“It’s longer than a six-week pre-season, so there is time. He knows that we want the best for him, and that we are there for him. I’m massively proud of Ivan. The resilience he’s shown throughout his life, he should be an example for a lot of footballers.”

Thomas Frank will welcome Ivan Toney back to the Brighton training ground on Monday as the striker enters the second half of his suspension for breaching betting regulations.
Thomas Frank will welcome Ivan Toney back to the Brighton training ground on Monday as the striker enters the second half of his suspension for breaching betting regulations. Photograph: Shaun Brooks/Action Plus/Shutterstock
11.44 EDT

Those teams: Eddie Howe makes five changes to the team that lost at Brighton before the international break. Sandro Tonali is only fit enough for the bench, while Joelinton misses out altogether and is presumably injured.

Matt Targeet, Alexander Isak and Miguel Almiron also drop to the bench, while Sven Botman, Elliott Anderson, Harvey Barnes, Sean Longstaff and Callum Wilson all come into the squad.

Thomas Frank has made jusat one change to the side that drew with Bournemouth last time out. Kevin Schade drops to the bench, while Nathan Collins comes into defence in a state of affairs that suggest the Bees will line up with five at the back.

Bruno Guimaraes signs a fans shirt at St James’ Park.
Bruno Guimaraes signs a fans shirt at St James’ Park. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA
11.32 EDT

Newcastle v Brentford line-ups

Newcastle: Pope, Trippier, Schar, Botman, Burn, Longstaff, Bruno Guimaraes, Anderson, Barnes, Wilson, Gordon.

Subs: Dubravka, Lascelles, Tonali, Targett, Isak, Hall, Livramento, Murphy, Almiron.

Brentford: Flekken, Hickey, Pinnock, Mee, Collins, Henry, Jensen, Norgaard, Janelt, Mbeumo, Wissa.

Subs: Maupay, Schade, Jorgensen, Ghoddos, Onyeka, Strakosha, Lewis-Potter, Roerslev, Yarmolyuk.

Referee: Craig Pawson (South Yorkshire)

11.25 EDT

Early team news

Spare a thought for Joe Willock, who misses out for Newcastle after suffering an achilles injury while on the verge of returning from a hamstring injury that caused him to miss pre-season and Newcastle’s opening four games. He could be out for another six weeks. Sandro Tonali, Sven Botman and new signing Elliott Anderson are all major doubts and were due to undergo late fitness tests.

Josh Dasilva and Shandon Baptiste remain sidelined for Brentford with thigh and shoulder injuries, resepctively but Mikkel Damsgaard is expected to return to Thomas Frank’s squad after recovering a muscle strain. Back at Brentford after his underwhelming season at Everton, Neal Maupay is likely to start on the bench.

Neal Maupay is back at his former club Brentford after a disappointing season at Everton during which he scored just one goal.
Neal Maupay is back at his former club Brentford after a disappointing season at Everton during which he scored just one goal. Photograph: Ashley Western/Colorsport/Shutterstock
11.25 EDT

Premier League: Newcastle v Brentford

Going into this game on the back of three consecutive defeats, Newcastle could really do with a confidence-boosting win ahead of their first Champions League group game in 20 years next Tuesday in Milan.

Reverses at the hands of Manchester City, Liverpool and Brighton have left Newcastle languishing in 14th place at this early stage in the season but they will hope to get back to winning ways against a Brentford side who, for all their qualities, have a poor recent record against today’s opponents.

The Bees have taken just one point from their past four meetings with Newcastle and were battered 5-1 at St James’ Park last season. Unbeaten so far this season, Brentford have drawn three of their four games so far but with Bryan Mbeumo and Yoane Wissa both firing, have not found goals particularly difficult to come by in the absence of their suspended striker Ivan Toney. Kick-off at St James’ Park is at 5.30pm but stay tuned for team news and build-up.

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