Newcastle United will be live on Sky Sports on Easter Friday after their promotion clash with Leeds United was selected for TV.
What’s more, 2,000 Newcastle fans will be able to watch Tuesday night’s crunch away clash with Reading after the club announced another ‘beamback’ service at St James’ Park.
The Magpies were originally due to host Leeds on Easter Saturday but, given the fact Newcastle are top and Leeds currently occupy fourth spot, Sky Sports have chosen the match for their Friday-night Championship slot on April 14 (7.45pm).
Second-placed Brighton and Hove Albion’s visit to Wolverhampton Wanderers will be shown earlier on Easter Friday as part of a Championship promotion double-header.
And that means Rafa Benitez’s side will be live on TV two weekends in a row, given that the broadcaster already will show United’s trip to Hillsborough to take on Sheffield Wednesday.
That match has been given the Saturday-evening slot, meaning Newcastle will kick-off in South Yorkshire at 5.30pm on Saturday, April 8.
In addition, the Magpies have announced that Tuesday night’s trip to fifth-placed Reading will be beamed back to St James’ Park.
Free tickets are available for 2,000 supporters to watch the match via a live feed inside NINE Bar and Terrace Bar at St James’ Park.
The Reading match kicks off at 8pm, with doors opening at 5pm - and fans are encouraged to arrive early in order to secure a decent spot.
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Supporters must by 18 or older in order to attend the beamback, with tickets available from 10am on Friday on a first come, first-served basis at NINE Bar.
Fans can collect a maximum of four per person, with tickets also available at tickets.nufc.co.uk or by calling 0844 3772 1892 at a cost of £1 booking fee per ticket.
Newcastle United’s next eight fixtures:
Huddersfield Town vs Newcastle United (Sky Sports) - Saturday (5.30pm)
Reading vs Newcastle United - Tuesday (8pm)
Newcastle United vs Fulham - Saturday, March 11 (3pm)
Birmingham City vs Newcastle United - Saturday, March 18 (3pm)
Newcastle United vs Wigan Athletic - Saturday, April 1 (3pm)
Newcastle United vs Burton Albion - Wednesday, April 5 (7.45pm)
Sheffield Wednesday vs Newcastle United (Sky Sports) - Saturday, April 8 (5.30pm)
Newcastle United vs Leeds United (Sky Sports) - Friday, April 14 (7.45pm)