West Ham vs Newcastle kick-off time, TV and live stream information

Two of last season’s midfield teams meet on Saturday night when Newcastle visit West Ham in the London Stadium.

It’s been a quiet transfer window so far for the Hammers, whose sole summer signing has seen them turn Tomáš Souček’s loan from Slavia Prague into a permanent deal.

Meanwhile Newcastle have added the likes of Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser from Bournemouth, Jeff Hendrick from Burnley and Jamal Lewis from Norwich to their squad.

Here’s everything you need to know about the opening weekend clash between two sides looking to improve on last year’s results.

What time is West Ham vs Newcastle?

The London Stadium hosts the fourth and final game from the opening day of the 2020/21 Premier League season.

West Ham vs Newcastle kicks off at 8pm to round off Saturday’s action which begins on the other side of London when Fulham and Arsenal kick off at Craven Cottage at 12.30pm.

Sandwiched in between those matches are Crystal Palace vs Southampton and Liverpool vs Leeds.

West Ham vs Newcastle TV channel and live stream

Fans wanting to watch the last of Saturday’s four Premier League matches will need Sky Sports.

The Main Event and Premier League channels will be showing the game which will not be shown on free-to-air TV.

That means fans will need to pay to watch it. Those who do can stream it through either Sky Go or Now TV apps – whichever they used to pay for Sky Sports.

West Ham vs Newcastle odds

Last term's two clashes between the teams yielded nine goals – and the attacking talent on display has only improved since then.

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Newcastle have landed Callum Wilson for £20m and Ryan Fraser on a free, while West Ham have made the promising loan spell of Tomas Soucek a permanent deal.

The Hammers ended last season with three wins and three draws from their last seven to banish the very real threat of relegation and are 23/20 with thepools.com to get off to a winning start.

Newcastle, hampered by pre-season injuries to goalkeeper Martin Dubravka and Dwight Gayle are 12/5 to win, the same price as the draw.

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