Newcastle missed the chance to climb out of the Premier League bottom three last weekend as they conceded a late equaliser against Watford.

Even with new signings Kieran Trippier and Chris Wood, Eddie Howe still couldn’t find the magic the Magpies needed. Can they pick up a much-needed win against Leeds?

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Newcastle – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Newcastle Premier League fixture?

Newcastle face Leeds at 15:00 on Saturday. The Magpies lost this exact fixture 5-2 last season, but they haven’t lost consecutive leagues games at Elland Road since a run of three between 1970 and 1972.

What are the odds that Newcastle win their next game?

Newcastle are 13/5 to put an end to Leeds’ newly found winning form on Saturday and take three points. A draw is 13/5.

Newcastle have scored first in 10 Premier League games this season. If they can do it again at Elland Road, it’s 13/10. Allan Saint-Maximin opened the scoring against Watford. It’s 6/1 he strikes first against Leeds. Chris Wood had three shots on his Magpies debut, will he break his duck against his former club? He’s 17/10 to score anytime, or 11/2 to score first.

What is the latest Newcastle injury and transfer news?

Isaac Hayden (knee) and Callum Wilson (calf) are both still side-lined until March, while Federico Fernandez (thigh) is out until February. Jamal Lewis looks set to return after a thigh injury, as does Javier Manquillo after serving a one-match ban.

Who are Newcastle’s key players?

With Callum Wilson injured, a lot of pressure will fall on the shoulders of new signing Chris Wood and Allan Saint-Maximin to deliver the goals. Kieran Trippier’s arrival provides some much-needed strength in defence.

Newcastle Premier League fixtures

Newcastle’s Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

15/08/202114:00Newcastle v West Ham2-4
21/08/202115:00Aston Villa v Newcastle2-0
28/08/202115:00Newcastle v Southampton2-2
11/09/202115:00Man United v Newcastle4-1
17/09/202120:00Newcastle v Leeds1-1
25/09/202115:00Watford v Newcastle1-1
02/10/202115:00Wolves v Newcastle2-1
16/10/202115:00Newcastle v Spurs2-3
23/10/202115:00Crystal Palace v Newcastle1-1
30/10/202115:00Newcastle v Chelsea0-3
06/11/202115:00Brighton v Newcastle1-1
20/11/202115:00Newcastle v Brentford3-3
27/11/202115:00Arsenal v Newcastle United2-0
01/12/202119:45Newcastle v Norwich1-1
04/12/202115:00Newcastle v Burnley1-0
11/12/202115:00Leicester v Newcastle4-0
15/12/202120:00Liverpool v Newcastle3-1
18/12/202115:00Newcastle v Man City0-4
26/12/202115:00Newcastle v Man United1-1
28/12/202115:00Everton v Newcastle
01/01/202215:00Southampton v Newcastle
15/01/202215:00Newcastle v Watford1-1
22/01/202215:00Leeds v Newcastle
09/02/202219:45Newcastle v Everton
12/02/202215:00Newcastle v Aston Villa
19/02/202215:00West Ham v Newcastle
26/02/202215:00Brentford v Newcastle
05/03/202215:00Newcastle v Brighton
12/03/202215:00Chealsea v Newcastle
19/03/202215:00Newcastle Crystal Palace
02/04/202215:00Spurs v Newcastle
09/04/202215:00Newcastle v Wolves
16/04/202215:00Newcastle v Leicester
23/04/202215:00Norwich v Newcastle
30/04/202215:00Newcastle v Liverpool
07/05/202215:00Man City v Newcastle
15/05/202215:00Newcastle v Arsenal
22/05/202216:00Burnley v Newcastle

What are the Newcastle odds to be relegated from the Premier League?

Two points from a possible 12 hasn’t done much to help Newcastle’s escape the relegation zone. They’re currently EVS to go down at the end of the season, but they’re odds-on to stay up. Despite being one point above last-placed Burnley, the Magpies are still 8/1 to finish bottom this season.

Who is the manager of Newcastle?

Eddie Howe led Bournemouth from League Two to the Premier League, and kept them in the top flight for five seasons.

Managing Newcastle brings a new challenge, though, particularly with the weight of expectation following their Saudi-led takeover. Howe is already third favourite to be the next Premier League manage to leave at 6/1.

Where is Newcastle’s stadium?

Newcastle play at St. James’ Park, where they have been based at since forming in 1892. The stadium is in the centre of the city and seats 52,305 fans in it’s unmistakable stands.