Crystal Palace vs Newcastle – Premier League: Live score and updates

Crystal Palace vs Newcastle LIVE: Graeme Jones takes charge of his first game since Steve Bruce’s sacking as new Saudi owners seek first win since taking over… plus the rest of the 3pm Premier League kick-offs

  • Newcastle are still looking for first win of the season after sacking Steve Bruce
  • The Magpies were taken over by new Saudi owners in a £300m deal this month
  • They face a trip to Crystal Palace who have impressed under Patrick Vieira 
  • Latest Premier League news, including live action and results 
  • Premier League table – as it stands 

Newcastle United are still looking for their first win of the season and will be hoping new caretaker boss Graeme Jones can inspire them at Selhurst Park.

The Magpies travel to Crystal Palace facing a tough task against Patrick Vieira’s men, with the club’s new Saudi-led owners desperate to see the club lift themselves away from the relegation zone after buying them in a £300m deal.

The directors are lining up a high-profile manager – with Frank Lampard, Paulo Fonseca and Lucian Favre linked – but for now it is up to Jones to galvanise the players after a dismal start to the season.

Follow Sportsmail’s OLLIE LEWIS for live Premier League coverage of Crystal Palace vs Newcastle, including build-up, team news and updates. 

Elsewhere, there are a further three 3pm kick-offs taking place, being Everton vs Watford, Leeds vs Wolves and Southampton vs Burnley, which we will keep you up-to-date with. 

Host commentator

Good afternoon and welcome to our live blog of Crystal Palace v Newcastle at Selhurst Park – where caretaker boss Graeme Jones will be hoping to inspire the club to their first win of the season under the watchful eye of their new Saudi owners. 

Jones has taken the reigns temporarily after the sacking of Steve Bruce, and the new men in the board room will be hoping the change has a galvanising effect on the team against Patrick Vieira’s men. 

We will also keep you up to date with all the 3pm kick-offs, including Everton v Watford, Leeds v Wolves and Southampton v Burnley.

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