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With the arrival of the Newcastle Jets and their backline, Sunbath have now been named the number one Premier League side in the country.
The Jets are currently in fifth place, just three points off the top spot in the table, while they are also unbeaten at home this term.
But what does this mean for Sunbath’s fortunes in the Premier League?
The Jets will start the season with an away game against Stoke City on the final day of the league season, on May 29.
If the Jets finish in the top three of their division then they could be crowned champions of the Premier Championship by May 30, with a game in hand on Tottenham Hotspur.
The season will then begin in the same fashion, with Newcastle facing Championship side Hull City on May 26, with the Jets playing home games against Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspot on May 27.
Should Sunbath finish in second place and earn a win at the St James’ Park Stadium, then they will be crowned league champions of England with a home game against Newcastle United on May 30.
This will be the first time the Jets have won back-to-back league games at St James Park since 2007-08, when they beat Tottenham Hotspurs 1-0 in the first leg of their return to the top flight.
This could be the start of something special for Newcastle, and it looks like the team is going to be able to keep going in the title race until the end of the season.
But how will they fare against Tottenham Hotspers?
Sunbath will be hoping for a win over the North London rivals, as they have been beaten in the league by a combined 1-1-0 record so far this term, but there will be plenty of time for the Jets to find the back of the net.
Tottenham Hotspur have beaten Newcastle Jets 3-0 at St. James Park.
The result leaves Newcastle with a 2-2-0 home record, but the Jets are hoping that they can pick up the points in the away fixture, which is scheduled for the following day.
The next game for Newcastle will be their home fixture against Stoke on the 30th of May.