Newcastle will be much-changed again against Brighton as they look for three crucial points.
That fixture pales in significance next to Saturday's clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, though, where the Magpies must end a five-match losing run at St James' Park.
There are likely to be a number of changes again as Rafa Benitez looks to keep his side fresh for a key match...
Rob Elliot has found form in the last two matches and will retain his place in goal, while the defence in front of him is likely to revert to a back four.
Ciaran Clark is likely to come back in next to the impressive Jamaal Lascelles, but Paul Dummett could keep his place if Benitez believes he has the legs for another 90-minute shift.
The wingers will surely change - with Matt Ritchie and Christian Atsu ready to come back in - while the big call could well come in the middle of the midfield.
Up front, meanwhile, Joselu continues to be key to Newcastle's best results and it would be no surprise to see Benitez restore a partnership with Ayoze Perez.
How we expect Newcastle to line up against Brighton: