Confirmed Match Officials: Newcastle United vs Manchester City (Premier League)
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Jarred Gillett will be the referee at St James' Park on Sunday afternoon.
Manchester City travel to Tyneside looking to make it three wins from three, after becoming just one of two teams to have a 100% winning record in the Premier League.
Pep Guardiola handed a home debut to summer signing Erling Haaland, who scored twice at the London Stadium one week prior.
The Premier League Champions, who travel to Barcelona for a friendly after Sunday's clash with the Magpies, have added left-back Sergio Gomez to their squad ahead of the weekend.
Gomez has completed an initial £11 million move from RSC Anderlecht, where the Spaniard registered 22 direct goal involvements under Vincent Kompany last season.
City travel to St James' Park looking to extend their winning run over Newcastle to seven successive matches, having won the past six meetings by an aggregate score of 22-3.
The Magpies sit fifth in the Premier League table, and have also been busy in the summer transfer market.
The Sky Blues beat Newcastle 5-0 in May, with Raheem Sterling scoring twice at the Etihad Stadium.
City's victory memorably came 24 hours after Liverpool dropped points to Spurs in the race for the Premier League title.
Ahead of Sunday's clash at St James' Park, the Premier League have announced the match officials for the fixture.
Jarred Gillett will take charge of proceedings at St James' Park on Sunday afternoon.
The 35 year-old has refereed one game so far this season - a 2-2 draw between Leicester City and Brentford.
Last season, Gillett was in charge of 22 matches, showing 57 yellow cards and five red cards.
The Australian officials last match involving City was in February, when the Blues beat Fulham 4-1 in the FA Cup.
Gillett will be accompanied at St James' Park by Assistant Referees Lee Betts and Ian Hussin.
Video Assistant Referees
Peter Bankes has been named as the Video Assistant Referee, with the official alongside Assistant Video Assistant Referee Marc Perry at Stockley Park.
Tony Harrington has been named as the Fourth Official for the match, with the referee overseeing conduct within the two dugouts, and the behaviour of managers Eddie Howe and Pep Guardiola.