Premier League Latest Score: Newcastle vs Tottenham LIVE, Goals and Updates Today

Premier League latest score: Newcastle vs Tottenham LIVE, goals and updates from today’s fixture.

As Premier League fixtures come to a close for another week, Newcastle host Tottenham at St James Park this Sunday. Both teams will be looking to end the season on a high with three points as they battle it out in an intense North-East derby clash.

Spurs are currently third in the table with 72 points after winning their last five games heading into the final day of the campaign while Newcastle lie just one place below them and four points off third position following their 3-0 victory over Stoke City last weekend.

The game is scheduled for 13:30 GMT (14:00 local time) and can be watched live on Sky Sports 1.

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