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Newcastle v Everton, Forest v Fulham and more: clockwatch – live


Key events

A mighty five changes for Andoni Iraola and Bournemouth, with Lloyd Kelly, Ryan Christie, Dango Ouattara, Alex Scott and Philip Billing all coming in.

Palace boss Oliver Glasner has made one change, with Will Hughes in for Chris Richards, who took a knock at Forest on Saturday,

Two Burnley changes: Charlie Taylor comes in for defender Lorenz Assignon, suspended after a red card. Zeki Amdouni drops to the bench as David Fofana comes in.

Two for Wolves, too: Matt Doherty and Hugo Bueno in while Tommy Doyle and Santiago Bueno drop to the bench.

Burnley v Wolverhampton teams

Burnley: Muric, Vitinho, O’Shea, Esteve, Taylor, Bruun Larsen, Cullen, Berge, Odobert, Fofana, Foster. Subs: Cork, Gudmundsson, Brownhill, Rodriguez, Benson, Ekdal, Amdouni, Vigouroux, Delcroix.

Wolverhampton: Jose Sa, Doherty, Kilman, Gomes, Nelson Semedo, Joao Gomes, Hugo Bueno, Ait Nouri, Sarabia, Mario Lemina, Chiwome. Subs: Santiago Bueno, Traore, Matheus Cunha, Noha Lemina, Doyle, Bentley, Barnett, Chirewa, Fraser.

Referee: Thomas Bramall (Sheffield)

Bournemouth v Crystal Palace teams

Bournemouth: Neto, Smith, Zabarnyi, Kelly, Ouattara, Billing, Cook, Tavernier, Scott, Christie, Solanke. Subs: Kerkez, Faivre, Adams, Kluivert, Hill, Semenyo, Unal, Aarons, Travers.

Crystal Palace: Henderson, Munoz, Ward, Andersen, Mitchell, Hughes, Lerma, Wharton, Eze, Mateta, Ayew. Subs: Tomkins, Schlupp, Clyne, Edouard, Ahamada, Matthews, Ozoh, Umeh, Mathurin.

Referee: Graham Scott (Oxfordshire)

Three Forest changes. Ibrahim Sangare, poor against Palace, drops to the bench along with Divock Origi while Brazilian defender Felipe drops out. Andrew Omobamidele, Danilo and Anthony Elanga come in.

For Fulham, Timothy Castagne and Willian in, Harry Wilson and Kenny Tete out. Rodrigo Muniz is present and correct.

For Newcastle, Harvey Barnes gets a start as Anthony Gordon is missing out with his suspension. Emil Krafth and Lewis Hall come into that embattled defence, with Elliot Anderson coming in.

Four changes for Everton from that Bournemouth loss as Beto, Ashley Young, Vitalii Mykolenko and Idrissa Gueye come in for Seamus Coleman, James Garner, Jack Harrison and Dominic Calvert-Lewin make way.

Nottm Forest v Fulham teams

Nottm Forest: Sels, Williams, Omobamidele, Murillo, Aina, Yates, Danilo, Elanga, Gibbs-White, Hudson-Odoi, Wood. Subs: Turner, Sangare, Kouyate, Toffolo, Dominguez, Niakhate, Reyna, Origi, Montiel.

Fulham: Leno, Tete, Adarabioyo, Bassey, Robinson, Joao Palhinha, Lukic, Wilson, Andreas Pereira, Iwobi, Rodrigo Muniz. Subs: Rodak, Reed, Jimenez, Cairney, Traore, Ream, De Cordova-Reid, Willian, Castagne.

Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)

Newcastle v Everton teams

Newcastle: Dubravka, Krafth, Schar, Burn, Hall, Longstaff, Bruno Guimaraes, Anderson, Jacob Murphy, Isak, Barnes. Subs: Dummett, Ritchie, Karius, Willock, Gillespie, White, Diallo, Alex Murphy, Parkinson.

Everton: Pickford, Godfrey, Tarkowski, Branthwaite, Mykolenko, Young, Gueye, Onana, McNeil, Doucoure, Beto. Subs: Patterson, Keane, Calvert-Lewin, Harrison, Virginia, Andre Gomes, Coleman, Chermiti, Garner.

Referee: Tony Harrington (Cleveland)

Preamble

Here we go, here we go, this is it. Another round of matches to follow that you’ve just finished digesting. Plenty on the line, too, and with Tottenham v West Ham being catered for elsewhere – though with updates included here two games stand out especially. Newcastle attempt to follow up Saturday’s dramatic, if sapping defeat of West Ham, by playing Everton, who surely must be better than they were against Bournemouth, though anyone who’s seen them lately might dismiss that.

Nottingham Forest are out of the bottom four on goal difference, Chris Wood’s Uwe Seeler effort landing them a draw against Crystal Palace. Fulham, with Rodrigo Muniz looking like Brazil’s answer to “Dead Shot” Keen, could be troublesome for Nuno’s boys. Elsewhere, Palace themselves travel to Bournemouth and though both teams look safe, Oliver Glasner’s team has the greater need of a result. He was happy enough on Saturday with a draw at Forest. And, after a rousing comeback at Chelsea, can Burnley perform more heroics against Wolves; Craig Bellamy will be overseeing matters with Big Vin sat in the stands. That’s a lot of red-hot soccer for a Tuesday, so let’s try and keep you across it.

There’s staggered kick-offs, too:

  • Newcastle v Fulham, 7.30pm

  • Nottingham Forest v Fulham, 7.30pm

  • Bournemouth v Crystal Palace, 7.45pm

  • Burnley v Wolves, 7.45pm

  • West Ham v Tottenham, 8.15pm



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