- Kick-off - 15:00 GMT
- Newcastle 13th in the Premier League, Swansea bottom
- Four changes for Newcastle, seven for Swansea with Bony on the bench for the Swans
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Substitute Joselu scored within four minutes of coming on to earn Newcastle United a draw against bottom side Swansea City.
The visitors, who were denied a first-half penalty when Mohamed Diame appeared to handle the ball, took the lead through Jordan Ayew's header after Karl Darlow had parried his first effort.
But Newcastle equalised eight minutes later when Ayoze Perez's deflected shot fell for Joselu and he shot through the legs of Alfie Mawson and into the net.
Swansea are now four points behind 17th-placed Bournemouth, while Newcastle are now only three points above the relegation zone in 14th.
The Swans nearly grabbed a dramatic winner in injury time but Wilfried Bony's shot was cleared off the goalline by Newcastle's DeAndre Yedlin.
All over. A draw.
Wilfried Bony has a shot. It is cleared on the goalline by DeAndre Yedlin. So close to a dramatic winner.
It was aimed towards Jamaal Lascelles, but Kyle Bartley heads clear for Swansea.
Late free-kick to Newcastle.
A corner to Newcastle. Matt Ritchie's corner is excellently gathered by Lukasz Fabianski.
A late free-kick for Newcastle. Could be dangerous. Matt Ritchie wants it.
He floats it into the back post, but it comes to nothing.
Luciano Narsingh comes on for Nathan Dyer for Swansea. Eight minutes left to win it.
This one could go either way. Ciaran Clark flicks the ball over his own bar to concede a corner. Wilfried Bony meets it, but had given away a foul.
Mohamed Diame receives a bouncing ball 25 yards out, he goes for the spectacular half-volley, but his strike is well wide.
Newcastle push to take the lead. Matt Ritchie's floated cross finds Christian Atsu and he tries to head down into the path of Ayoze Perez, but Lukasz Fabianski is off his line quickly and bravely to get a hand to the ball and deny Perez.
A change, and Wilfried Bony, who had appeared to be coming on just before Swansea took the lead, is finally making an appearance. Oliver McBurnie, who has worked hard, but largely been ineffective, is the man replaced.
Former Republic of Ireland winger on Final Score
I think Joselu is just onside there - Swansea were just a bit passive there - they've got to get themselves in front and they've got to defend better. But saying that - it's a great finish from Joselu - he's squeezed it through the defender's legs from a tight angle.
And we are level. Ayoze Perez chases on to a ball over the top, his shot is deflected and falls into the path of Joselu, who had only just come on as a substitute. He shoots low, through the legs of Alfie Mawson and into the net. Now we have a game on.Copyright: Reuters
Some changes. Dwight Gayle is off and Joselu on for Newcastle.
Mike van der Hoorn, who created the goal with a fine cross from the right wing, appears to have injured himself doing so and he is now replaced, with Connor Roberts making his league debut.
A lovely cross from the right wing by Mike van der Hoorn is met by Jordan Ayew and his header produces a stunning one-handed save by Karl Darlow.
But the Newcastle goalkeeper needs a bit of luck, but he doesn't get it and Ayew heads in the rebound. Bottom of the table Swansea are winning.Copyright: Reuters
David Ljunggren: Newcastle and Swansea will be playing this fixture again in the Championship next year I think. Terrible lack of quality throughout from both sides.
Dwight Gayle looks to be in a bit of injury bother. He is limping. Not exactly what Newcastle, struggling for goals, need.
I mentioned poor quality. We have just had a foul throw. In the Premier League.