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  • Newcastle, along with Manchester City, have received 51 yellow cards this season – the most in the Premier League.
  • The last man to score a hat-trick in this fixture was Ray Parlour, in December 2000.
  • Newcastle have given away five penalties this season – no Premier League team has conceded more.

        Scroll down the page for more statistics ahead of Arsenal's game against Newcastle United at St James' Park:

        COMPARING THE TEAMS
        Newcastle Games since Arsenal
        3
         A win 0
        1
         A home win 0
        0
         A defeat
        7
        2 A home defeat  5
        0 An away defeat
        3
        1
        A score draw  5
        11 A no score draw  3
        5
         Conceding more than one goal
        5
        3  Keeping a clean sheet 1
        0 Failing to score  3
        3 Back to back wins
        0
        5 Back to back defeats  17
        5 Losing by more than one goal  17
        ALL-TIME RECORD - ARSENAL AGAINST NEWCASTLE
        P
        W D L F A
        153
        57
        34
        62
        210
        219
        LAST TWO MEETINGS
        Date Competition H/A/N Opposition W/D/L F A
        07/11/10
        Premier League
        Home
        Newcastle
        L
        0
        1
        27/10/10
        League Cup
        Home Newcastle
        W
        2
        2
        BIGGEST LEAGUE WIN AND DEFEAT AWAY TO NEWCASTLE
        Date Score
        03/10/1925 Newcastle 7-0 Arsenal
        20/10/1928 and 29/10/1949
        Newcastle 0-3 Arsenal
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