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To anticipate the score, we ran a simulation between Manchester United and Newcastle United.

This weekend, Manchester United will visit Tyneside to play Newcastle United at St. James’ Park.

This weekend, Manchester United will play Newcastle United at St. James’ Park in an attempt to win the Premier League for the fourth time in a row.

United’s performance in the Champions League has been erratic at best; in midweek, the Reds drew 3–3 with Galatasaray. However, Ten Hag’s team is unbeaten in the Premier League after winning three straight games without giving up a goal. For this match, both teams will be missing a number of important players. Mason Mount, Jonny Evans, and Casemiro are among the eight players that United is expected to be missing, while Newcastle will be missing at least ten.

So, will United be able to keep winning this Saturday in the league? Let’s examine this.

To anticipate the score, we simulated Newcastle vs. Manchester United.

We utilized EA FC 24 to finish the simulation, updating the squads with the most recent suspensions and injuries.

Newcastle is expected to line up as follows in a 4-3-3 configuration: Kaminski, Mengi, Lockyer, Osho; Kabore, Nakamba, Barkley, Doughty; Townsend, Ogbene; Morris.

Man United might start with the following lineup, according to our prediction: Onana; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Shaw, Maguire; McTominay, Fernandes, Mainoo; Rashford, Hojlund, Garnacho.

Ten Hag’s team was trailing 2-0 at the break in this simulation, and things could have gone much worse for Manchester United in the first half. Miguel Almiron gave United a mountain to climb with two goals, the winger’s second coming just before halftime.

To have any hope of winning this game, the Reds had to significantly improve in the second half, which is precisely what transpired as the away team dominated the first forty-five minutes of play.

After Bruno Fernandes’ corner, Anthony Martial glanced in a header to give Ten Hag’s team a goal back around the hour mark. After applying further pressure to the home team, Marcus Rashford scored the equalizer in injury time to ensure that United’s strategy paid off.

Rashford was fed centrally by Martial, who entered the game from the left once more. Rashford held off a defender before putting a shot inside the near post.

Despite Newcastle’s commanding first half, United’s second half effort meant a draw was a fair result overall, even if they were far from their best in this match.

Final score predicted by EA FC 24: Newcastle 2-2 Manchester United

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