Newcastle United will be forced into a defensive reshuffle ahead of Tuesday night's huge bottom of the table clash with Norwich City.
The Magpies remain winless in all competitions this season, but home clashes with the Canaries and fellow relegation rivals Burnley in the same week present a huge opportunity to close the gap on the teams above.
It will be Eddie Howe's first appearance in the home dugout at St James' Park, having missed the draw with Brentford following a late positive Covid-19 test.
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The new head coach was able to return for Saturday's loss at Arsenal, with second-half strikes from Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli securing a comfortable victory for Mikel Arteta's side.
Howe is confident there are no fresh injury concerns after Saturday's defeat in the capital, although there was no update on Paul Dummett and the calf injury which has ruled him out of the season so far.
Jamaal Lascelles and Matt Ritchie both picked up yellow cards in the 2-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium, meaning the pair will now serve a one-match suspension for the visit of Norwich.
Howe faces something of a defensive conundrum, with Ciaran Clark, Federico Fernandez, Jamal Lewis, and Javier Manquillo all aiming for recalls.
The head coach otherwise has an almost full squad to pick from when it comes to midfield and attack, although Dwight Gayle could again miss out with the hamstring injury which ruled him out at the weekend.
Academy prospect Elliot Anderson has suffered another setback in his comeback from a hip injury after coming off with a knock in the abandoned under-23s clash with Aston Villa on Friday.
Below are the players that Howe should have at his disposal for his touchline debut at St James' Park:
Full Newcastle United squad: Darlow, Dubravka, Gillespie, Woodman; Clark, Krafth, Fernandez, Manquillo, Murphy, Schar; Almiron, Hayden, Hendrick, Longstaff, Shelvey, Willock; Fraser, Joelinton, Saint-Maximin, Wilson
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