West Ham 1-1 Newcastle LIVE! Premier League result, match stream and latest updates today – Evening Standard

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est Ham vs Newcastle LIVE!
Newcastle showed further evidence of their gradual improvement under Eddie Howe by drawing 1-1 at top four-chasing West Ham to extend their unbeaten run in the Premier League to six games on Saturday.
Joe Willock’s deft finish in first-half stoppage time canceled out the headed opener scored by Craig Dawson in the 32nd minute at London Stadium.
Newcastle hasn’t lost in the league since December 19 and now look to have enough quality to avoid relegation.
West Ham could have returned to fourth place — at least overnight — with a win and went ahead when Dawson got on the end of a curling free kick to bury his header inside the near-post.
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Declan Rice was then at fault for the equaliser after miscuing his attempted headed clearance from a cross into the centre of the area.
Instead, he sent it back into the six-yard box, where Willock stretched to poke his foot out between Dawson and Ryan Fredericks and guided a volley with the outside of his boot in off the post. Hawkeye confirmed the ball had crept over the line as it rebounded.
West Ham and Newcastle both left East London with a point after the early kick-off this Saturday.
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All square at London Stadium.
90+5 mins: Bowen cannot keep the ball in before getting wiped out by Burn anyway – which angers the winger as the linesman has to get in between them.
A booking for the Magpies man.
Lascelles is coming on for the injured Krafth.
90+4 mins: The white seats of the London Stadium are becoming more visible as a fair few West Ham fans begin to make the trip home.
90 mins: A yellow card for Fornals after his studs remained up and hit the shin of Almiron, despite winning the ball.
VAR has a quick look but the booking seems right, with five minutes added on.
89 mins: A miscontrol by Antonio from a long Johnson ball upfield forces the hosts back, with their opponents seemingly happy with the point now.
86 mins: Antonio in his old right-wing position manages to squeeze a ball into the box and Fornals arrives on the scene to deliver a powerful hit – which Newcastle manage to block.
Can the Hammers rally late on?
Guimaraes is on for the visitors, replacing goalscorer Willock.

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