FT: Newcastle 4 Southampton 2

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Newcastle 4 Southampton 2. After falling behind early on, the Magpies fight back to win the match convincingly.

Rickie Lambert's knockdown is balloned over by onrushing Lallana.

Four added minutes...

Saint's corner goes aimlessly out.

Anita on in place of Gouffran

Free-kick for the Saints in a dangerous position.

Faint penalty claims waved away by Foy. Not much in that.

Newcastle getting bodies behind the ball and doing their best to stifle any Saints attack.

Jason Puncheon on in place of Rodriguez

Comedy own goal. Danny Fox's attempted clearance ricochet's off Hooiveld into the back of the net. Fox should do much better there.

GOAL! Newcastle 4 Southampton 2. Hooiveld OG 79

James Perch on for Cabaye

Corner for Newcastle. Magpie's in no rush to take this.

Ramirez adjudged to have handled when through on goal.

Southampton now have to press, and are committing men forward.

Cabaye cooly slots in from the spot after Fox handball.

GOAL! Newcastle 3 Southampton 2. Cabaye 70.

PENALTY GIVEN FOR HANDBALL! Fox the culprit. Seemed blatant.

Steven Davies comes off, to be replaced to Gaston Ramirez.

Elliot comes out to claim the ball. End to end at the moment.

Another Newcastle corner.

Southampton scramble Cabaye corner clear as home side try to up the tempo.

Gouffran almost in, but is thwarted.

Game has slowed somewhat. Could go either way! Keep sending in your thoughts!

Sky Bet go 6/1 that this one ends up 3-3, but if you fancy no more goals you can back a 2-2 final score at 9/4.

Danny Fox comes on for Luke Shaw

Lallana again causing havoc, this time cutting inside and firing wide.

Lambert again comes close to netting his 101st goal, connecting with a Adam Lallana cross, but heads just wide under pressure.

All Southampton now...

Lambert scores his 100th goal finding space in the box, and stroking the ball past Elliot.

GOAL! Newcastle 2 Southampton 2. Rickie Lambert 50

Positive start to the half from the Saints.

Magnificent save from Elliot. Rickie Lambert won the free-kick, took it himself, and his curling effort was tipped wide by the debutant at full-stretch.

Rafee Ahmed has been in touch: "What a sensational goal from Cisse, he looks a complete different player since Ba moved away from Newcastle. Just hope he continues to score this kind of beauties and keep us happy."

Second-half underway...

Conner Devlin is pleased so far: "Hey Pete, I'm chuffed to bits with the Toon's performance thus far! I'm expecting a 3-1 win for Newcastle but no doubt Southampton'll be putting more pressure on in the second half."

Keep your opinions coming in. Email me at Pete.Hall@bskyb.com and I'll publish as many as I can. Keep them clean!

Newcastle 2 Southampton 1. After stunning St James' into silence, Southampton have had their backs to the wall, and goals from Sissoko and Cisse give Newcastle deserved lead at the break.

Free-kick to Southampton in dangerous position. Would be a great time to equalise...

Coloccini goes straight down the tunnel, seems to be holding bottom of his back. Another Frenchman comes on, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa

Coloccini seems to be struggling...

WHAT A GOAL! Cisse smashes the bouncing ball over Boruc from 25 yards! Wonderful strike from the unpredictable Senegal striker.

GOAL! Newcastle 2 Southampton 1. Cisse 42

Another Newcaste free-kick. Luke Shaw brings down Gutierrez, and gets himself in the book in the process.

Nayeen Ahmed has been in touch: "Hi Pete! I'm a Saints fan so I'll try not to be biased! Having read your commentary, I can only see a draw unless Pochettino does something about it at half time! I'm hoping 2-1 Saints win but I can see a 2-2 draw! Reckon Lambert and Cisse will score in the second half!"

Newcastle are 5/4to go on and beat Southampton having now equalised, while Sky Bet go 4/1 that there'll be no more goals in this one.

Sissoko fires over after good skill to beat Clyne, who has had a difficult afternoon dealing with Gouffran's trickery.

Newcastle deserve their equaliser just for their constant pressure. Much the better team now.

Moussa Sissoko taps in after Boruc had saved initially Gouffran effort. Polish Keeper unlucky after blocking well.

GOAL! Newcastle 1 Southampton 1. Sissoko 32

Scrappy at the moment. Tiote fortunate to get away with a late challenge.

Alot of Newcastle pressure, lots of balls into the box, not much end product! Southampton holding firm.

Another Newcastle free-kick comes to nothing, with Debuchy flashing the ball wide.

Lallana does handle this time.

Took the Saints a few attempts, but finally they did get it clear.

The lively Debuchy is brought down by Luke Shaw. Dangerous position.

Rodriguez mistimes a tackle after having a shot blocked. First man in referee Chris Foy's book.

|Robin Abbot believes Rickie Lambert deserves more credit: "Surely he deserves a call up, no English striker has scored more, he assists, holds the ball up, brings others in to play, oh and he scores penalties - something the England squad are useless at, the complete striker."

Lallana just strays offside.

Another penalty claimed turned down. Once agian for handball on Hooiveld!

Another Newcastle corner.

James Edge has been in touch via Twitter: "I have to back Newcastle to be in at HT 1-1. Krul missing is killer, but surely they have enough in the locker."

Much better from Alan pardew's side, Saints firmly on the back foot at the moment!

Great chance for Newcastle! Debuchy's cutback is mishit twice, first by Gouffran, then by Cisse from six yards. The ball trickles wide.

Cabaye wastes corner.

Sissoko has drilled effort, looked like it was going wide, but Boruc wasn't to know, and tipped it wide.

Penalty appeals waved away for handball on Hooiveld.

Keep your opinions coming in via Twitter and email! Email me at Pete.Hall@bskyb.com or Tweet me: @Pistolpeteh86 and I'll publish as many as I can. Keep them clean!

Newcastle doing all the pressing.

They have lost seven of the last eight in this part of the north east!

Southampton, who aren't great on their travels, and have an awful record at St James' Park, in a great position to get a result!

Newcastle now looking much brighter after sluggish start. Goal took everyone by surprise!

Reckon Newcastle can bounce back? They're 11/4 now to win the match with Sky Bet, who also offer 4/1 that Papiss Cisse scores the next goal.

Newcastle corner is cleared to Coloccini who scuffs a shot wide.

Southampton stun St James' Park into silence. Lofted ball in by Jack Cork is knocked down by Lambert into Schneiderlin's path, who swivels and beats Elliot at near post.

GOAL! Newcastle 0 Southampton 1! Schneiderlin 3

Richard Drake is a more cautious Newcastle fan: "I would like to see a big Newcastle win but think it will be tough after Europe. Big blow losing Krul. Predict 1-1"

Saints doing the early pressing, with Lambert the target aerially

Keep your thoughts coming in! Obviously I can't publish them all, but will do my best!

We are underway!

French National Anthem rings around St James' Park on a distinctly French themed day in the north east!

Magpie's fan Daniel Nolan continue's the trend of confident Geordies: "I'm hoping for a 2-0 win for Newcastle today! Things have been looking up ever since Sissoko was signed and I think he'll score today - hopefully no after effects from Thursday night with 7 changes being made!"

Saints fan Martin Boyle sees a different result: "Southampton's chance to distance themselves from relegation...visiting a Newcastle side back from their travels without their first choice 'keeper."

Lee Rutherford was first to get in touch via email: "Good afternoon Pete. Another tough game for Newcastle but today's team selection indicates an attacking strategy. I think today is Newcastle's day and will win 4-0, with Cisse, Cabaye and two from Gouffran.... Howay the lads

Lots of you getting in touch! Will publish shortly. Keep them coming in!

Southampton XI: Boruc, Clyne, Yoshida, Hooiveld, Shaw, Schneiderlin, Cork, S Davis, Rodriguez, Lallana, Lambert.

Out go Jason Puncheon and Danny Fox, and Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana return.

For the Saints, Pochettino makes two changes from the team that were so impressive in victory over Manchester City.

Newcastle XI: Elliot, Coloccini, Debuchy, Santon, Taylor, Sissoko, Cabaye, Tiote, Gutierrez, Gouffran, Cisse.

Rob Elliot deputises, and makes his first start in the Premier League after numerous cup appearances.

As expected he is out with an ankle injury, and is expect to be on the sidelines for several weeks.

Huge news regarding Tim Krul!

Seven changes for Newcastle after their mammoth journey to Russia on Thursday in the Europa League.

The teams are in...

You can contact me two way! Email me at Pete.Hall@bskyb.com and I'll publish as many as I can. Keep them clean!

I would really appreciate your opinions before kick-off and during the match. Can Newcastle's French renaissance continue against the Saints? Can Maurico Pochettino's side continue where they left off against champions Manchester City last time out?

Good afternoon folks! Pete Hall here and I will be bringing you this live minute-by-minute commentary on Newcastle v Southampton at St James' Park.

This match kicks off at 1330 ...

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