Newcastle United will be hoping to put pressure on the teams in the top four when they host Everton in the Premier League on Wednesday at 7:30pm (UK time).
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Newcastle are currently sixth in the table, just four points behind fourth-placed Chelsea and are unbeaten in their past five matches with two wins and three draws. Last time out they held Manchester United to a goalless draw at Old Trafford, but their home form has been great, with Newcastle looking to remain unbeaten in their first six Premier League games at St James’ Park of a season for the first time since 2011/12.
Everton, meanwhile, have fallen slightly after building up an unbeaten run of their own. Having secured back-to-back wins over West Ham and Southampton, Frank Lampard’s side have now lost their past two, beaten by Manchester United and then Tottenham.
Newcastle team news
Eddie Howe has revealed that he doesn’t expect striker Alexander Isak to be back until after the World Cup break having picked up an injury while on international duty with Sweden earlier this month. He is joined on the sidelines long-term by Matt Ritchie and Emil Krafth, the latter suffering an ACL injury back in August.
Karl Darlow and Allan Saint-Maximin are also absent, but their returns are expected shortly, with the latter’s workload set to be managed having suffered with a recurring thigh injury.
Everton team news
Frank Lampard has confirmed that Ben Godfrey has returned to training following injury but the defender is still very much in the early stages of his recovery and isn’t expected back on the pitch until after the World Cup. Also a long-term absentee is Andros Townsend, while Yerry Mina suffered a setback in his ankle injury last week and remains unavailable.
Nathan Patterson is also absent but should be back before the World Cup.
Scoreline prediction: Newcastle 3-1 Everton
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