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Arsenal-Newcastle live stream: How to watch EPL game online, on TV

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Arsenal-Newcastle live stream: How to watch EPL game online, on TV

Be on alert for boo-birds at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. 

Arsenal (6-13-6; 31 points) have drawn four straight Premier League matches under manager Mikel Arteta. Squint hard enough and the Gunners have a path to the UEFA Champions League, but they need to start winning matches and Arsenal supporters might not be patient with more dropped points Sunday against Newcastle United (8-7-10; 31 points). 

The 12th-placed Magpies are only behind the Gunners on goal difference, but Steve Bruce's squad selection could draw jeers from the opposing supporters section. Newcastle trotted out three one-time Tottenham Hotspur players in their last match before the winter break (loanee Danny Rose and former Spurs Nabil Bentaleb and DeAndre Yedlin), and conceivably could do so again.

Rose famously scored a stunner on his Premier League debut against Arsenal a decade ago, and his new club will hope old habits die hard Sunday. 

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Here's how to watch Sunday's Arsenal-Newcastle United match live online and on TV.

When: Sunday, Feb. 16 at 11:30 a.m. ET/8:30 a.m. PT
TV: NBCSN
Online: NBC Sports

Watch Newcastle's Florian Lejeune score absurd stoppage-time brace

Watch Newcastle's Florian Lejeune score absurd stoppage-time brace

Newcastle United haven't done their supporters any favors in their last two Premier League matches.

Days after Isaac Hayden's stoppage-time header clinched a win over Chelsea, teammate Florian Lejeune one-upped him. Lejeune scored a stoppage-time brace 102 seconds apart in order to secure a 2-2 draw against Everton at Goodison Park. 

Lejeune, a second-half substitute, cut Everton's lead to a single goal with a stunning overhead kick in the fourth minute of stoppage time. 

In the fifth minute of stoppage time, Newcastle desperately pressed for the equalizer. A loose ball in the box fell to Lejeune, and he took advantage of Everton keeper Jordan Pickford standing off his line, smashing it in for Newcastle's second. 

Thanks to Lejeune, the Magpies picked up a point and salvaged a draw. His stoppage-time brace was the first time in the club's Premier League history that they'd scored twice after the 90th minute.

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This isn't the first time in recent days that Lejeune has shown he is calm under deadline pressure. Newcastle's matchday program asked him ahead of Saturday's match how he would dispose of a dead body if he only had an hour. 

He didn't need nearly that long to save Newcastle on Tuesday. 

Watch Newcastle United stun Chelsea at death with Isaac Hayden header

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Watch Newcastle United stun Chelsea at death with Isaac Hayden header

The biggest goal of Newcastle United's season came off the head of midfielder Isaac Hayden. 

Hayden's 94th-minute header, his first goal of the season, handed Newcastle a 1-0 win over fourth-place Chelsea at St. James' Park. Magpies winger Allan Saint-Maximin served up a perfect cross to Hayden, and Blues goalkeeper could only helplessly punch at Hayden's bouncing header.

Chelsea managed 70 percent possession, but couldn't break down Newcastle's defense. The Magpies absorbed plenty of pressure late in the match, but the Blues managed just four shots on target in Saturday's match. 

Hayden's goal moved Newcastle all the way up to 12th place, seven points clear of the final relegation spot. St. James' Park hasn't had the best atmosphere this season, with Newcastle resorting to handing season-ticket holders free tickets in order to fill the ground while many supporters skip out on games entirely, largely in protest of owner Mike Ashley. But members of Toon Army had plenty to cheer about Saturday, thanks to Hayden's late winner. 

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Chelsea dropping all three points, meanwhile, leaves the door just open enough for their rivals in Manchester, London and elsewhere. Now nine points back of second-place Manchester City and only five ahead of fifth-place Manchester United, Chelsea's grip on the final UEFA Champions League place feels a bit more precarious. Upstart Wolverhampton Wanderers and Sheffield United are knocking on the door, too, and eighth-place Tottenham Hotspur are eight points back and play Chelsea next month. 

Over their next four Premier League matches, Chelsea plays Arsenal, third-place Leicester City, Manchester United and Spurs. The Blues could have used all three points Saturday, but their loss gives their rivals a chance in the chase for the Champions League.