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Watch Newcastle United Women v Stourbridge Women live on NUFC TV on Sunday

Last time out, Newcastle United Women made it eight wins and one draw from their nine matches in all competitions so far this season, and Sunday's FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division clash with Stourbridge Women will be broadcast live on NUFC TV.

Becky Langley's side adapted to a late venue change to knock Nottingham Forest Women out of the FAWNL Cup last weekend, with Georgia Gibson, captain Amber-Keegan Stobbs and in-form Kacie Elson all on the scoresheet in a 3-0 victory at Bullocksteads Sports Ground.

But on Sunday they're back at Kingston Park, where 2,654 attended the game against Burnley Women earlier this month. United were watched by crowds of 28,565 and 24,092 at St. James' Park last season, as well as facing West Bromwich Albion Women in front of another sizeable attendance at the stadium as part of the Sela Cup, presented by VisitMalta, in pre-season.

Kick-off this weekend is at 14:00 GMT and ticket prices are £5 for adults and £1 for children.

But supporters who can't make the match will be able to watch for free on NUFC TV, while the game will also be streamed live on Newcastle United's official YouTube channel.

Commentary will come from former Lioness Aran Embleton, a Newcastle fan from Cramlington who became one of the first women from the North East to represent England and played in the Women's FA Cup final for Doncaster Belles in 2000.

Stylish midfielder Emma Kelly, centre-back Charlotte Potts and number nine Katie Barker will be among the players looking to catch the eye against their Midland opponents. 

Can Langley's lasses, currently second behind leaders Burnley but with two games in hand, continue to push for top spot? Buy tickets here or watch live on NUFC TV or YouTube from 14:00 GMT on Sunday.

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