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The whistles are peeping! Here we go!

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It was all very simple for City at Molineux, aided by Nathan Collins’ rather silly red card.

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Newcastle (4-3-3): Pope; Trippier, Schar, Burn, Targett; Guimaraes, Willock, Joelinton; Almiron, Fraser, Isak.

Subs: Karius, Botman, Lascelles, Ritchie, Lewis, Manquillo, Wood, Murphy, Longstaff.

Bournemouth (4-5-1): Neto; Smith, Senesi, Mepham, Zemura; Christie, Lerma, Cook, Billing, Tavernier; Solanke.

Subs: Travers, Stephens, Marcondes, Stacey, Lowe, Stanislas, Dembele, Moore, Anthony.

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It’s the Eddie Howe derby at St James’ Park as his current club Newcastle welcome former employers Bournemouth. It is the battle of 11th v 14th which should whet the appetite.

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Caretaker Gary O’Neil has impressed in charge of the Cherries since replacing the sacked Scott Parker. It is two weeks since Bournemouth came back from a two-goal half-time deficit against Nottingham Forest to win. O’Neil has had plenty of time to think how to approach this fixture, whether to stick or twist with his tactical changes that brought success in the East Midlands.

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It is the only Premier League 3pm kick-off today because Brighton v Crystal Palace was called off due to the planned train strike. It is not that far from south London to Brighton but the authorities saw fit to pull it despite the fact many matches with greater distance between the two were allowed to go ahead.

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Obviously, we will see a minute’s silence and the national anthem at all games up and down the country.

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There are dozens of FA Cup qualifying matches today, too. Send in the ones you are following and we shall try to keep across some of the most enjoyable.

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Let’s hope it is a fun day!

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Newcastle 0-0 Bournemouth: Neto has what appears to be a muscle problem. They have travers on the bench which is a decent reserve.

Accrington 1-0 Cheltenham: Before today, all of Stanley’s goals this season came in the second half. Sean McConville has changed that.

Dortmund 0-0 Schalke: It looks like Marco Reus is on the verge of collapse. He’s on deck and not happy with life.

Starting

Whistles peep! here we are!

Wreaths were laid in St James’s Park’s Central Circle before kick-off. We will now witness silence across Britain, followed by the national anthem.

It looks very sunny across the country. This might be our last Saturday with good weather for a while, so we need to suck it up.

Ben Fisher was in Molineux for his latest Manchester City outing.

Suzanne Wrack watched Manchester United give Reading a fine defeat on the opening day of the Women’s Premier League season. Someone called Le Tissier scored two goals…

“To be fair to Brighton and the Palace,” John Davis sayss, ‘One of the main reasons is that the car parks were expected to be very busy around the stadium for commuting students (who take precedence) – and not just the canceled train strikes. Still a little sad that Newcastle is far away in Brighton when the train strikes were going on, but No students were disembarked at that time.

Bloody students!

Full time: Wolverhampton 0-3 Manchester City

It was too easy for City at Molino with the help of Nathan Collins’ ridiculous red card.

I watched Elche against Athletic Bilbao last week and the hosts were really bad, so I didn’t have much hope for them in Barcelona today. They put up some of the worst defense I’ve seen in years.

Barney Rooney on the World Cup and its cost.

Admittedly, it’s a quiet day in the Premier League, but there’s a lot going on across Europe.

Barcelona vs Elche kicks off at 3.15pm (GMT), while Borussia Dortmund host Schalke at 2.30pm.

In the FA Cup, it is Manchester United against Curzon Ashton.

Teams: Newcastle x Bournemouth

Newcastle (4-3-3): Pope; Trippier, Schar, Burn, Targett; Guimarães, Willock, Julinton; Almiron, Fraser, Isaacs.

Subs: Karius, Putman, Lascelles, Ritchie, Lewis, Manquillo, Wood, Murphy, Longstaff.

Bournemouth (4-5-1): neto. Smith, Cince; Mepham, Zemora; Christie, Lerma; Cook, Billing, Tavernier; Solanki.

Subs: Travers, Stevens, Marcondes, Stacey, Lowe, Stanislas, Dembele, Moore, Anthony.

There were two Premier League matches last night.

Ben Fisher witnessed one of the worst matches in Premier League history at Villa Park.

Meanwhile, Pete Lansley was on hand to see another jungle surrender.

Welcome

It’s the Eddie Howe derby at St James’ Park where his current club Newcastle welcome former employers Bournemouth. It is the battle of the eleventh and the fourteenth that should whet the appetite.

Caretaker Gary O’Neill has admired the Cherry team’s leadership since replacing sacked Scott Parker. It’s been two weeks since Bournemouth came back from two goals down in the first half against Nottingham Forest to win. O’Neill had plenty of time to think about how he handled this match, whether to stick or skewer his successful tactical changes in the East Midlands.

This is the only Premier League match at 3pm today because Brighton vs Crystal Palace has been called off due to a planned train strike. Not far from south London to Brighton, but the authorities saw fit to pull it off despite the fact that several matches with a greater distance between the two were allowed to go ahead.

Obviously we will be witnessing a minute’s silence and anthem at all games across the country.

There are dozens of FA Cup qualifying matches today as well. Send the messages you follow and we’ll try to keep some of the most interesting ones.

Let’s hope you have a fun day!

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