Huddersfield Town will be facing Newcastle United and Norwich City next season.

They have been relegated alongside Aston Villa from the Premier League following Sunderland’s 3-0 survival victory over Everton.

Newcastle have not visited this part of West Yorkshire since May 1984 – 32 years ago.

It was a 2-2 draw at the old Leeds Road ground when Graham Cooper and an own goal by Steve Carney accounted for Town’s tally in front of 25,101.

Kevin Keegan is surrounded by young Newcastle fans during a training session in his days as a player

Chelsea won the Second Division title that season, but Newcastle – with Kevin Keegan as top scorer – were promoted alongside them and Sheffield Wednesday.

Against Everton at the Stadium of Light, defender Lamine Kone struck twice from close range after Patrick van Aanholt scored with a 25-yard free-kick that was misjudged by keeper Joel Robles.

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Victory capped an impressive revival by Sam Allardyce’s side, who have lost only two of their past 13 games. Allardyce, of course, a former Town player.

Everton were dire, heaping more pressure on boss Roberto Martinez.

Norwich were last in town only last March, again for a 2-2 draw at the John Smith’s, when Ishmael Miller and James Vaughan (who was sent off immediately after scoring) were on target.