FT: Newcastle 1 Swansea 2

Full-time. The boos ring out as Swansea secure a vital win in their bid for Premier League survival. Newcastle on the end of another defeat, where do they go from here?

Routledge is being replaced by Bartley.

And Bony makes no mistake from the spot with what could be the last kick of the game, sticking the ball in the top right-hand corner.

Late drama at St James' Park. Emnes goes on a great run and cuts inside in the box to go one on one with the keeper, only for Tiote to charge into the back of him. Clear penalty.

Swansea have the ball at the back and look to launch it forward. Coloccini has it well covered.

Remy nearly goes through on goal from an Anita flick on, but Swansea get it clear.

Shelvey plays the ball in to the near post and Krul does very well to get down and keep hold of the ball.

Gouffran tries to find the run of Debuchy down the left, but the ball is just behind the fullback and Swansea can build from the back.

Vorm gathers the free kick easily.

Armstrong's first involvement and he wins his side a free kick after Amat commits the foul.

Coloccini does well to control the ball at the back under pressure from Emnes.

Big save from Krul to deny Bony, who was played through on goal by Emnes.

Hernandez coming off for Marvin Emnes. While it's a novel moment as Adam Armstrong is welcomed by a rousing applause. He's on for Dan Gosling.

Tiote with the long ball into the box, but Swansea get it clear initially. Williamson does eventually get a shot off in the box, but it's wide of goal.

Newcaslte with a free kick very deep in the opposition half.

De Guzman gets the ball in acres of space on the edge of the area, but his dipping effort can only find the roof of the net.

Sissoko now with a shot at goal, but his driven effort is straight at Vorm.

At the other end Williams does well to steer Remy wide and prevent a shot at goal.

Krul can easily gather Davies' long ball forward to Hernandez.

Swansea come again and Hernandez finds himself in a good position, but drags his shot wide of the mark.

Now Swansea with a spell of pressure, Shelvey gets the ball on the edge of the area and lays it off to Routledge, who crosses to Bony, but the header is saved.

Some nervy moments for Swansea as they struggle to clear their lines. The final ball, though, falls just behind Ameobi.

Sissoko now really upset as he didn't get a free kick for an apparent foul from Rangel.

Ben Davies takes the second corner, this time Newcastle clear and there's a whistle for a foul. Some words being exchanged between Krul and Williams after it appeared that Krul had put his hand in Routledge's face.

Dummet slides in at the near post to deflect the corner wide.

Swansea corner. Routledge giving Dummet a difficult time down that far flank.

Gouffran penalised for a foul on Britton.

Great turn by Routledge on the far side and he puts in a good cross. De Guzman can't quite get a shot away on the edge of the area

Routledge tries to slip the ball through to De Guzman, but Williamson was alive to the danger.

Bony caught offside.

Newcastle's turn to pile on the pressure, working the ball around the box.

The game is being played at a very high tempo. End-to-end stuff.

Swansea give away a throw as the header to Rangel goes astray.

Remy goes close with a shot from 30-yards out, just over the cross bar.

The deflected free-kick falls to Anita, who controls it brilliantly before unleashing a half-volley, narrowly wide of the post.

Hernandez is taken out by Tiote, but the referee awards Newcastle a free kick instead.

Gosling gets a header on goal, but it's skewed wide of the far post.

Gouffran quite upset that the referee didn't give a free kick for a shirt pull from Ben Davies.

Gosling does well to get past Shelvey on the byline and plays the ball across to Remy, who skews his effort horribly wide of goal.

Dummet cuts inside and has a shot on goal, but it's wide of the mark.

Shelvey finds himself with some space to run into and instead of laying it off to Bony or Routledge decides to have a shot on goal, which is blocked.

The ball from Routledge nearly gets through to Bony in the center of the box, but Newcastle clear their lines.

Ameobi looks to go through on goal, but the flag is up immediately for offside.

Swansea now with the ball in an attacking position, but Bony is caught on his heels as the pass is played over the top.

Routledge with a good run into the box, but Newcastle eventually win the ball of him.

Anita with a shot from outside the area after a good move from Newcastle, but it's well wide of the mark.

Gosling forces a save from Vorm with a first-time volley. The Swansea stopper was scrambling to get there.

Shelvey picks out Rangel on the far side, but the fullbacks touch lets him down and Newcastle have a throw.

Swansea stroking the ball around the park, getting a good feel for the ball after the interval.

Second half
And we're back underway at St James' Park.

Steven Hills: One more goal for the Swans and Pardew will feel the full wrath of the Geordie faithful.

That's it for the first half. Ameobi opened the scoring, before Bony equalised with a super header. It's also been a tale of injuries as Cisse, De Jong and referee Chris Foy all had to be replaced.

Swansea also fail to put a move together in the final third.

Newcastle move the ball up the pitch quickly, but can't find the final pass. Swansea have possession.

GOAL! Swansea equalise from the corner. The ball is played in by Ben Davies, and Bony comes charging in to emphatically head home. 1-1.

De Guzman with a great ball over the top to Bony, but the striker is not quite able to control and Swansea win a throw.

Debuchy with a good cross into the box and Gouffran gets his head to it, but his effort is straight at Vorm.

Coloccini makes a vital stop as Britton tried to put Bony through on goal.

Shelvey takes the free kick, but it's well wide of the mark.

Swansea have a free kick in a dangerous are as Dummet arrived late on Rangel.

There we go Loic Remy making his return from injury, coming on for De Jong.

Newcastle down to ten men at the moment. Does not look like De Jong will be able to continue.

Remy just came off the bench and is going through his warm-up routine. Doesn't look like Pardew was planning on using him today.

De Jong now down on the ground after landing awkwardly on his ankle.

Rangel gives away a free kick for a foul on Gouffran.

Bony gets clear of his marker and has a shot at goal, but it's a speculative effort at best.

There was a good chance for Bony as Newcaslte's clearance falls to his feet, but there's a flag up for offside in the build up.

And Taylor wastes no time getting in on the action, booking Gosling for a foul on Hernandez.

Referee Chris Foy won't be able to continue after picking up that early knock, Anthony Taylor comes on to replace him.

Debuchy and Gouffran combine woderfully down the far side and the cross falls to Ameobi in the box, but his shot is blocked.

Ameobi with another good chance as he charges into the box, but better defending from Swansea this time and they snuff out the chance before he can settle himself for the shot.

Newcastle with a throw, but they give the ball straight back to Swansea.

Debuchy charges forward and is brought down. Nothing given.

Swansea with the ball at the back.

Rangel slips and gifts possession to Gouffran, he lays the ball off to Debuchy who crosses into the box, but Ameobi can't steer his header towards goal.

Swansea look to hit back immidiately, but De Guzman's cross is blocked.

GOAL! Newcastle lead.Terrible defending from Swansea as Ameobi gets the ball from De Jong in the box, turns the defender and rolls the ball home for the opener.

Long ball forward to Bony, but the Newcastle defence steps up and the Ivorian is called offside.

Cisse tried to continue, but the change is now being made. Debuchy coming on.

The cross looks dangerous, but Krul deals with it well. Swansea keep possession.

Bony goes close at the near post with a first-time snapshot from a De Guzman cross. Swansea corner.

Dummet with a cross from deep, but it's well over all of his teammates in the box.

Pappiss Cisse looks to have picked up an injury earlier in the game and is now receiving treatment on the pitch.

Newcastle with the ball in attacking positions, but are forced to go all the way back to the defence.

Bony has a bit of space on the edge of the area and tries to curl the ball into the far post, but the shot is a bit weak and very wide.

Coloccini tries to shield the ball out of play from De Guzman, but gives away a corner. Swansea take it short and the cross in is blocked for another corner. This time Krul gathers the cross.

Newcastle look disjointed in the final third, struggling to break down the Swansea defence.

Swansea have the ball again and are building from the back.

Shelvey has a header deflected for a corner from a long throw. Newcastle clear their lines from the corner kick.

Newcastle struggling to keep possession. Swansea with the ball back in midfield.

Britton finds Hernandez beyond the defence on the near side, however, the Spaniard puts a bit too much on the ball across and no one can get to it.

Newcastle gift Swansea the ball and Shelvey is nearly put through on goal. Good defending by Newcastle.

Good chance for Swansea as Hernandez tries to put Bony through on goal, but the ball bounces off the Ivorians heels as he tries to control.

A long ball over the top to Bony is cleared by Coloccini.

Newcastle have a free kick just inside the opposition half, but Swansea manage to clear their lines.

Swansea testing and probing the Newcastle defence, which has done well to snuff out chances thus far.

Just a slight delay as the referee is checked over, looks like he'll be okay.

Shelvey engineers some space and cracks a shot, which Coloccini blocks. Unfortunately for referee Chris Foy, the ball cannons straight into his face.

Newcastle get the ball rolling for the first half...

Players just about to make their way out onto the pitch. Enjoy the game.

Tony Hockey: I think this will be a tough game for Newcastle today, Swansea are only 3 points above relegation, the Swans will want to push for 3 points to give some breathing space. I honestly don't know how Gosling has managed to get a place or Ben Arfa, Pardew's tactics toward the latter part of the season have been dreadful, losing Cabaye hasn't helped and the fact Mike Ashley hasn't spent money! I'm going for 1-1 and Gouffran to score first. #NUFC

Lee Hagan: Pardew has lost the plot, there is no movement or goals in that forward line, his tactics are a joke. Season is over, why not give young Armstrong a chance? Swansea to win 3-0.

If you fancy a bet on today's game, our friends at SkyBet have several price boosts on offer. Yoan Gouffran has gone from 8/1 to 9/1 to score first, while Pablo Hernandez is now 14/1 to open the scoring. Nerwcastle to win is rated at 14/1, while it's 10/1 for a Swamsea win.

Gordon, Rob, Laura and Karen: Pardew has gotta inspire the team to a win today, as his head is on the chopping block, although today being the last of his touchline bans should see a good run to the finishing post for the Toon. Hopefully DeJong to break his duck and get a goal and Cisse to grab one for the win. We reckon 2-1 for the Toon. Howay The Lads! Come On The Toon!!!

Chris Green: Swansea to win 3-0, with De Guzman getting a hat-trick.

Cian Hughes: I think this'll be a very boring game. Newcastle haven't been as good since Cabaye left. I'm going for a 1-1 draw.

Swansea subs
Tremmel, Taylor, Bartley, Fulton, Dyer, Emnes, Ngog.

Swansea XI
Vorm, Rangel, Amat, Williams, Davies, Britton, Shelvey, De Guzman, Routledge, Hernandez, Bony.

United subs
Elliot, Debuchy, Haidara, Yanga-Mbiwa, S Taylor, Armstrong, Remy.

United XI
Krul, Coloccini, Williamson, Dummett, Anita, Gosling, Tiote, Gouffran, De Jong, Cisse, Sh Ameobi.

Welcome to St James' Park where Newcastle United host Swansea in today's game. Can the Magpies snap a four-game losing streak, or will the Swans put some daylight between themselves and the relegation zone with a win? Send your views / predictions for today's game to Chris.Vermeulen@teamtalkmedia.com and I will post up the best throughout the afternoon.

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