Looking at this Newcastle team v Crystal Palace.
Eddie Howe and his team looking to continue on from Sunday’s late win against Fulham.
In the Premier League, Newcastle are unbeaten in 14 and looking to make it six PL clean sheets in a row, whilst the last 12 PL matches have produced 30 points from a possible 36 (nine wins and three draws).
So what can we expect the Newcastle team v Crystal Palace to be?
As a starting point…
This was the Newcastle United team v Fulham:
Pope, Trippier, Schar, Botman, Burn, Bruno, Longstaff, Willock, Almiron, Joelinton, Wilson
The consensus before the last game was that Joelinton would drop out after having been charged in the mid-week with drink driving, however, Eddie Howe went with the same eleven and the Brazilian was excellent in that victory.
Ironically, it was our other Brazilian star who ended up missing that match, half of it anyway.
Bruno Guimaraes rolling his ankle in the 18th minute but after a couple of spells of treatment, just about making it through to half-time.
Leaving the pitch in pain / tears though and not rea