Here’s Why Newcastle Will Finish Fourth | Premier League Matchday 3 Review | The Data Day Live – 22 August
Join our panel for their Premier League matchday 3 review as they look back on a weekend that saw Arsenal remain the only side in the competition with a 100% record following their victory on the road against Bournemouth. William Saliba took the plaudits, and seemingly the accolades of their fanbase, following a stellar performance.
Matt Furniss, Oliver Hopkins and Graham Bell also dive into the curious case of Newcastle United as part of their Premier League matchday 3 review. An incredible performance saw them come close to toppling reigning champions Manchester City in a pulsating 3-3 draw which leads some of our panel to believe that Magpies are set for a top four finish this season.
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