The magpies and the blades meet in the first game of a packed Super Sunday Fixture list.
The firsthalf was bereft of chances but joelinton will be guilty of messing up a great chance 1v1 against Dean Henderson.
In the Second half, John Egan was shown a second yellow card in the 50 minute before Newcastle United took control of the game with Allan Saint-Maximin, Matt Richie and Joelinton all scoring respectively in a comfortable victory.
ASTON VILLA 1-2 CHELSEA
Chelsea went to Astonvilla in search of win to continue their good run of form which has been blooming before the coronavirus outbreak.
In a largely dominant firsthalf for Chelsea, it was astonvilla who took the lead minutes before the first half as hause slots a loose ball which fell to him to put the villians in the lead.
It took only two minutes for Chelsea to turn the game on its head with a quick-fire double from substitute pulisic and Olivier Giroud. Azpilicueta assisted both goals
The Game finished in favour of the blues as they go five point clear Manchester United in Fourth
EVERTON 0-0 LIVERPOOL
The Merseyside Derby ended a Sunday full of Premier League action.
The Game finished in a drap, uninspiring and underwhelming goalless share of the spoils as Jurgen Klopp’s Men were made to wait for a first league title in 30 years.
Although the reds could go one win short of winning the title if Manchester City lose to Burnley on Monday night.