Newcastle v Man. City - as it happened
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FT: Newcastle 2-2 Manchester City. What a game. Just as it looked like City would win, Shelvey levelled in the 88th minute. Newcastle will be happy with the result, whereas City won't be as it damages their title ambitions.
WHAT A SAVE. De Bruyne crosses for Sterling and Dubravka makes a lovely reaction stop from the volley.
4 minutes added time.
Atsu passes the free-kick to Shelvey and from 20 yards out he fires into the bottom corner past Ederson. What a goal!!!
Fernandinho has a volley from the edge of the box that goes well over the bar.
Poor Newcastle. They've given their all in the match and have conceded with 8 minutes left. Still time though.
City sub: Jesus off for Rodri.
AMAZING GOAL!!!! Mendy crosses, the Newcastle defender heads it out, and from 25 yards De Bruyne chests it down and hits a stunning strike that hits the bar and goes in. No chance for Dubravka.
Newcastle sub: Atsu on for Saint-Maximin.
De Bruyne shoots wide from outside the box. Hit a Newcastle player so it'll be a corner.
De Bruyne's shot from outside the box is deflected for a corner. The Newcastle defence are having a stormer.
Surely if City don't win this that's their title ambitions over, especially if Liverpool win.
Great chance for City. Bernardo gets the ball just behind the penalty spot but he drags his shot wide. He should be doing better.
Newcastle sub: Gayle on for Joelinton.
City sub: Foden on for Mahrez.
City sub: Bernardo on for Silva.
Great save from Dubravka. Silva plays it through to Jesus who shoots, but Dubravka does well to stay up and save it.
De Bruyne has a shot from a tight angle that Dubravka saves with his foot.
Wondering if Guardiola will make a change soon. City not been up to much in the 2nd half.
Almiron has a shot from outside the box that goes far over the bar.
De Bruyne cuts in and fires his shot far over the bar.
Shelvey its the free-kick from about 30 yards and it goes wide.
Fernandinho is booked for a foul on Joelinton as Newcastle were on the attack. It all came from Clark there, great play.
And we're back!!!
HT: Newcastle 1-1 City. Both teams go in at the break level although City have edged it as they've had more chances and more possession. Guardiola will not be happy to have conceded straight after they went in front. All to play for in the 2nd half.
De Bruyne has a shot blocked that Dubravka catches comfortably.
2 minutes added time.
If Newcastle manage to hold on, what a terrific result it would be. Maybe they could even get another.
Sterling crosses, Jesus gets a touch to it but Dubravka gathers easily.
Sterling has a shot from the edge of the box that he fires straight at Dubravka.
End to end stuff here. Both teams are going for it.
Great play from Newcastle. Almirón passes back to Willems just inside the box and he drills it past Ederson. 1-1 game on!!
After a bit of pinball in the box, Silva backheels it to Sterling who slots it past Dubravka. 1-0 City.
Shelvey's free-kick from 25 yards hits the side netting. Closest we've come.
Corner comes in and Fernandinho heads it over the bar.
Sterling has a shot deflected wide for a corner.
First half-chance. Corner comes in and Stones skews his header and it goes far wide.
81% possession for City so far.
City have started the strongest, but Newcastle are also starting to grow into the match.
City have conceded first in their last 3 Prem matches. They will be hoping not to do that again.
And we're off!!!
Newcastle won the last meeting between these sides. A 2-1 home win in January. They have already beaten United at St James' Park, is it City's turn now??
City make 5 changes from the side that drew 1-1 with Shakhtar in midweek. Walker, Stones, Mendy, Silva and Mahrez replace Angelino, Otamendi, Cancelo, Rodri and Bernardo.
Newcastle make one change from the side that lost against Aston Villa. Yedlin is replaced by Manquillo.
Man City XI: Ederson, Walker, Stones, Fernandinho, Mendy, De Bruyne, Gundogan, Silva, Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus, Sterling.
Newcastle XI: Dubravka, Manquillo, Fernandez, Clark, Dummett, Willems, Almiron, Shelvey, Hayden, Saint-Maximin, Joelinton.
Hello and welcome to Newcastle. City can pile the pressure on Liverpool with a win, while the hosts can move further away from relegation and closer to a Europa League spot. Team news to come.