Newcastle predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace, Preview, Prediction, Latest Team News, PL Gameweek 21
Newcastle predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace for this week
Newcastle United takes on Crystal Palace at the Selhurst Park Stadium on 21 January, Saturday and Alley sport brings you the Newcastle predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace.
Newcastle won against Fulham after the substitute and the summer record Signing Alexander Isak scored from a Callum Wilson headed assist. Fulham got a penalty in the 69th minute in which Mitrovic scored but the goal was disallowed because the striker touched the ball twice before scoring.
Newcastle looked appreciably more dangerous when Joelinton dropped into midfield to accommodate Saint-Maximin. They had earlier struggled to conjure clear chances against an obdurate Fulham defence bolstered by Bernd Leno’s goalkeeping excellence.
Eddie Howe’s Magpies have now Conceded only 11 goals in 19 Premier league games this season making them the team with the best defence in the league. Eddie Howe surely will push for the team to end inside Top 4 and get European football back at the St James park after many years.
Newcastle are now on 38 points sitting comfortably at the third position having played a game more than the other teams around in the top 4 position.
Newcastle manager Eddie Howe said Matt Target and Jonjo Shelvey are still recovering and few days are still required to include them into the matchday squad.
Full-back Emil Krafth remains unavailable as he continues his comeback from the knee injury he suffered in the Carabao Cup second round win at Tranmere Rovers in August.
Newcastle have suffered a major setback after the Star and in form Midfielder Bruno Guimarães suffered a angle sprain the first half of the match against Fulham and there is fears that the brazillian Midfielder could be out for months.
Newcastle predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace
Let’s take a look at the Newcastle predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace
Formation – 433
GK: Nick Pope
RB: Kieran Trippier
CB: Sven Botman
CB: Dan Burn
RB: Fabian schär
RCM: Sean Longstaff
CM: Joe Willock
LW: Alan Saint Maximin
RW: Miguel Almiron
ST: Callum Wilson
Where to watch
Crystal Palace vs Newcastle United kicks off at the Ethiad Stadium on January 21, 2023, as Newcastle plays away. The game will be broadcasted live on all BT Sport channels in the UK, which are the also official broadcasters, P will be available for live streaming on Amazon Prime.
The telecasting rights for the English Premier League in the USA lie with the Peacock and NBC and for fans in India, the PL will be broadcasted on the Star Entertainment Network, including the Star Sports Select HD channels, and will be streaming live on Disney+ Hotstar App on iOS and Android device.