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Newcastle 1-0 Chelsea: Eddie Howes men go third heading into the World Cup break as Joe Willocks goal sinks the Blues... and heaps the pressure on under-fire boss Graham Potter

Newcastle continued their excellent form as Joe Willock struck for the Magpies to seal a 1-0 victory

The victory moves Eddie Howes Magpies back up to third in the Premier League ahead of Tottenham

Graham Potter is facing increasing pressure with the Blues now winless in their last five league matches

Defeat to Newcastle on Saturday leaves them eighth in the table going into the six-week World Cup break

Published:16:28 GMT, 12 November 2022Updated:21:35 GMT, 12 November 2022

To some, this may have looked like an audition of the England hopefuls. Not the players. The managers. How ironic, then, that a victory should move Eddie Howe further still from the possibility of the Three Lions post. But in defeat - a third on the spin for turgid Chelsea - Graham Potters odds will likely be shortened.

For should Gareth Southgate ride into the sun after the World Cup - or, more likely, find himself burnt beneath it - there is close to zero chance of Newcastle head coach Howe taking residence at St Georges Park. He has been the favourite with most bookmakers for a while now, and that is because he is the outstanding candidate.

Howe, though, is fully invested in the Newcastle project, which is just about the most exciting in world football. The chances of him entertaining an England approach are as likely as the FA re-offering the job to Sam Allardyce.

Newcastle continued their excellent start to the season with an impressive 1-0 victory against Chelsea on Saturday

Joe Willock scored the only goal of the game after 67 minutes to move Newcastle up to third in the Premier League table

It was a disappointing afternoon for Chelsea who have now lost their last five league games for the first time since 2012

Potter, meanwhile, is only two months into his new venture at Stamford Bridge. He would not want to be jumping ship for England, but he could be pushed. After all, he is the first Blues boss to lose three consecutive league games in seven years.

Newcastle:Pope, Trippier, Schar, Botman (Targett 87), Burn, Longstaff, Bruno Guimaraes, Willock (Murphy 85), Almiron, Wood (Wilson 76), Joelinton

Subs: Lascelles, Shelvey,  Saint-Maximin, Manquillo, Darlow, Anderson

Bookings: Trippier, Pope, Longstaff, Lascelles

Chelsea:Mendy, Azpilicueta (Pulisic 46), Koulibaly, Chalobah, Loftus-Cheek (Silva 7), Kovacic, Jorginho, Hall (Cucurella 73), Gallagher, Mount (Ziyech 73), Broja (Havertz 73)

Subs: Aubameyang, Bettinelli, Zakaria, Hutchinson

Here, his Chelsea makeover continued, and were not talking about his own appearance. Potters get-up has gone from dogs dinner to catwalk since arriving in West London. His team, however, is degenerating into a scruffy bunch of misfits.

Newcastles fifth win on the bounce - secured thanks to Joe Willocks super, second-half blast - cements their place in third position, nine points clear of Potters eighth-placed Blues. What a job Howe has done in 12 months on Tyneside.

The Magpies may not be top of the tree come Christmas, but the fact they will not be clinging onto the last branch is something of a novelty. As is the inclusion of three of their players in the England squad headed for Qatar. And how supporters are revelling in the turnaround.

When Chelsea won here last October, it left Newcastle in 19th. Come the end of this game, St James Park was engulfed in ecstasy. They did not want this break to come. But what pleasant viewing that table will make during the intervening seven weeks.

Southgate, however, might not have enjoyed this full-blooded affair - involving five of his players - quite as much as the Toon Army.

If the England boss was already reeling from a kick in the guts after watching James Maddison limp out of Leicesters win at West Ham earlier in the day, the team-sheet here would have left him feeling even more nauseous, much like his squad members Callum Wilson and Raheem Sterling.

Neither was fit enough to start because of illness, with Sterling missing out completely. Given the forward has not scored in the league since August, Chelsea supporters were not exactly bemoaning the loss.

But what a sickener it was for Newcastle that Wilson could only make the bench after a week spent training alone. For all of the praise showered on the likes of Bruno Guimaraes and Miguel Almiron, it is the absence of Wilson that tends to hurt Newcastle the most. Not since before last Christmas had he started a game his team have lost.

Graham Potter who replaced Thomas Tuchel in September is starting to come under pressure after poor recent form

Eddie Howes side have taken 30 points out of a possible 45 and look to be in a real fight to make the Champions League

There was a heated moment as Chelseas Kai Havertz clashed with Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff during the match

The goalless first half demonstrated just what the hosts were missing. They played well, to a point. That point being the final third, where fluid approach play quickly stiffened. They had not tested Edouard Mendy come the break, despite dominating the ball. It was a mark of respect for Newcastle that Chelsea were happy to sit in with a back five and attempt to contain. Englands Mason Mount and Conor Gallagher were deployed further upfield for the visitors, but they were largely anonymous.

It was not until the second half that St James became the cauldron of rampant hysteria it had always promised to be, the end-of-term party fuelled further by an extra couple of hours of ale inside the locals. Still, though, Chelseas backline - by the hour it was good as eight-men strong - survived.

They were fortunate to do so on 51 minutes, when Mendy smothered at the feet of Sean Longstaff inside the goalmouth before the same player swept inches over after Newcastle recycled the loose ball. He should have scored.

Newcastle have won five consecutive Premier League games for the first time in eight years since the 2014-15 season

Chelsea had their moments to get something out of the game though Newcastle keeper Nick Pope stood strong in goal

So, too, should Gallagher on 67 minutes. Bruno wanted too long on the ball on the fringe of his own area, allowing substitute Christian Pulisic to steal. It ran kindly for Gallagher, unmarked 16 yards out, but his whipped curler was flipped around the post by England colleague Nick Pope. It was a wonderful save but the Chelsea man had passed up what was a rare opening for his side.

It would have stung, then, that another Englishman - and one not even close to Southgates squad - should show Gallagher exactly how to convert a not dissimilar chance just two minutes later.

Willock was already the home sides best player, driving them forward and out-running compatriots Gallagher and Mount in midfield. And so it was from one such burst - this time without the ball - that he steamed onto Almirons pass and finished first time from 20 yards. In fact, that description does not do it justice, for Willocks strike was dispatched into the one slither of net beyond the reach of Mendy. Unlike Gallagher moments earlier, he had left the goalkeeper with no chance.

It proved enough to win it for a mightily impressive Newcastle, who were serenaded into the night on full-time. Howe isnt giving up this gig in a hurry, even if England do come calling.

The Premier Leagues player of the month Miguel Almiron had another solid game as he challenges Chelseas Marc Cucurella

You can re-live Sportsmails live blog for the Premier League clash between Newcastle and Chelsea.

The final whistle sounds! Newcastle seal a 1-0 victory over Chelsea to make it five consecutive victories in the Premier League.

Chelsea are now winless in their last league matches for the first time since 2012.

The Magpies are back up to third in the Premier League thanks to that stunning strike from Joe Willock.

Sean Longstaff is booked. Now Jamal Lascelles who is not even on the pitch is booked for trying to stop Marc Cucurella taking a throw in.

Newcastle are killing time, holding the ball in the corner and delaying the game are all costs. Chelsea do manage to pump a long ball towards Kai Havertz, but it evades the forward and rolls out for a goal kick.

Newcastle are killing time, holding the ball in the corner and delaying the game are all costs. Chelsea do manage to pump a long ball towards Kai Havertz, but it evades the forward and rolls out for a goal kick.

The fourth official has signalled that there will be seven additional minutes. Chelsea will be pleased with that news.

Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly catches Miguel Almiron breaking down the right flank. Koulibaly is shown a yellow card and Newcastle are awarded a corner.

Newcastle bring on Matt Targett for Sven Botman who was struggling in the 87th minute of the match. Targett will slot in at left-back while Dan Burn will move inside to fill the centre-back spot.

Newcastle bring on Jacob Murphy for goalscorer Joe Willock in the 84th minute of the match at St James Park.

Newcastle defender Sven Botman is receiving treatment. Not long left, can Chelsea find an equaliser or will Newcastle see the job through.

Christian Pulisic attacks down the left flank, swings in a cross, but it is cleared behind by Dan Burn. The resulting corner amounts to nothing.

Callum Wilson comes on to replace Chris Wood up front for Newcastle in the 76th minute of the match.

Chelsea bring on Hakim Ziyech, Marc Cucurella and Kai Havertz for Mason Mount, Lewis Hall and Armando Broja in the 73rd minute. A huge roll of the dice from Graham Potter as they trail 1-0 at St James Park.

GOAL! Newcastle United break the deadlock as Joe Willock scores a stunning goal by curling the ball home after being set up by Miguel Almiron in the 67th minute.

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Nick Pope to the rescue as he tips a cannon of a shot from Conor Gallagher wide for a corner. Chelseas best chance of the match by a country mile.

Mateo Kovacic unleashes a shot from 25-yards out, but his effort is blocked. It remains goalless with just over half an hour to go.

Conor Gallagher goes down after being caught by a high challenge from Newcastle defender Sven Botman. VAR check, but nothing is given as he got the ball.

Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly has gone down in discomfort. Worrying for the Senegal captain who should be heading off to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar in a few days time. Theyll be hoping its just cramp.

Joe Willock whips in a dangerous cross towards the back post for Newcastle. Chelsea youngster Lewis Hall is forced to guide it behind for a corner rather than let it find Chris Wood or Miguel Almiron at the back post.

Newcastle right-back Kieran Trippier is shown a yellow card for bringing down Chelsea attacker Christian Pulisic in the 56th minute.

Newcastle are the much better side early on in the second-half. Theyre pinning Chelsea back in their own half in the first 10 minutes.

Brazilian Joelinton meets a Kieran Trippier cross at the back post, heads it across goal, Mendy blocks Longstaffs shot, then Bruno Guimaraes effort is also blocked. Miguel Almiron recovers the ball and feeds it to Longstaff who fires over.

Conor Gallaghers first charge forward gets him to the byline but his cross hits Bruno Guimaraes and cannons back off the Chelsea man before going behind. Chelsea look more attack minded already in the early stages of the second-half.

Graham Potter shuffles the pack at half-time, as he brings on Christian Pulisic for Cesar Azpilicueta. Conor Gallagher has moved out to the right wing-back position.

Were back underway for the second-half here at St James Park. It remains goalless after the first-half. Can either side find a breakthrough.

Chelsea have now failed to score in the first half in each of their last five Premier League games.

Chelsea have now failed to score in the first half in each of their last five Premier League games. ❌

Some action shots from the first-half of the Premier League clash between Newcastle and Chelsea.

Thats the half-time whistle. Newcastle looking the more dangerous, but Chelsea have played solid defensively.

Both teams will need to be better in the second-half.

A VAR check has been complete. Dan Burn tried to thread the ball across the box, but it was blocked by Trevor Chalobah diving down with the ball hitting his arm and going behind for a corner.

The fourth official has signalled that there will be two additional minutes in this first-half.

Sean Longstaffs cross from the right is behind everyone in the box but falls to defender Dan Burn who fires in a shot that is deflected behind for another corner, which amounted to nothing.

The hosts Newcastle are beginning to look dangerous when going forward, but are lacking that final bit of quality at present.

Trippier plays an outstanding pass forward to Longstaff. The midfielder looks to pick out striker Chris Wood, but Thiago Silva positions himself fantastically well to knock it behind for a corner. The Magpies fail to create anything from the corner.

Lewis Hall plays a well weighted pass down the left flank to Mason Mount. The England midfielder threads the ball over towards Broja, but Newcastle defender Sven Botman spots the danger and nods it behind for a corner. Chelsea fail to create anything from the corner.

Chelsea goalkeeper Mendy collects a Trippier cross with ease. The England international drove a cross low into the box, but too close to the goalkeeper after being found out on the right flank by a hard pass from Longstaff.

Chelsea midfielder Jorginho is booked for bringing down Bruno Guimaraes with the Brazilian throwing his hands straight up after the tackle.

Chelsea striker Armando Broja turns inside the box and fires the ball towards goal, but his tame effort is held by Newcastle goalkeeper Nick Pope.

Newcastle looking threatening with Joelinton whipping a cross into the box towards Almiron, but Koulibaly gets his body across him and clears the danger.

Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly wraps his leg around October player of the month Miguel Almiron to stop him in his track. They both go down.

Chelsea youngster Lewis Hall gets forward and sends a cross straight out of play as the visitors race forward.

Miguel Almiron fires the ball over the crossbar from the edge of the box after Chelsea initially cleared the danger from a cross in from the left from Joe Willock.

The midfielder raced down the left and breezed past Azipilicueta before putting a cross across the face of goal.

England and Newcastle right-back Kieran Trippier looks to get in behind the Chelsea defence as they try finding a breakthrough, but he is flagged down for offside.

Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek has gone off and down the tunnel injured. Thiago Silva will come on to replace him.

Armando Broja is fouled by Newcastle defender Fabian Schar. Chelsea are handed a free-kick, which is whipped in, but just too far out of reach for Ruben Loftus-Cheek and it is collected by Nick Pope.

Loftus-Cheek is now looking uncomfortable and has since gone down in pain.

Were underway here at St James Park! Can Newcastle make it five consecutive wins in the Premier League and climb up to third ahead of the World Cup break.

Chelsea need to avoid going five Premier League without a win for the first time since 2012.

Warm-up is underway ahead of the Premier League clash between Newcastle United and Chelsea at St James Park.

With just over 10 minutes until kick-off, here is a team news reminder:

Newcastle XI: Pope, Trippier, Schar, Botman, Burn, Longstaff, Willock, Guimaraes, Almiron, Joelinton, Wood

Chelsea XI: Mendy, Azpilicueta, Koulibaly, Chalobah, Hall, Kovacic, Jorginho, Loftus-Cheek, Gallagher, Mount, Broja

Hes physically ok to take the bench, hes not trained with the team this week so I think this is the right decision.

Hes calm under pressure. He can take the ball, he takes responsibility. He gets up and down the pitch, he attacks the box when he can. You could see his quality against Manchester City. Great attitude, good temperament.

PL debut for Lewis Hall