Newcastle United predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace, Preview, team news, prediction and live stream
Alley Sport brings to you Newcastle United predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace, as the Magpies travel to Selhurst Park Stadium to turn around the 2-0 defeat faced last week at home against Chelsea.
Crystal Palace also come into this fixture with a 1-0 loss to Burnley where Chris wood’s 8th minute sitter gave the Clarets 3 points and the first win of the season.
Newcastle United vs Crystal Palace Preview
Newcastle have 1 win,1 draw and 3 losses in the last 5 premier league games, which keeps them at 15th place.
Crystal Place haven’t won any of the last 12 top-flight games played on a Friday, Palace have Drawn 5 and Lost 7 as they become the side who have played the most games on a week day without winning any of the fixtures.
After winning first four Premier league away games against Crystal Palace between 1994-2013,The Magpies are winless in the last 5 away meetings with the Eagles at the Selhurst Park.
Newcastle United vs Crystal Palace Team News
Steve Bruce will be happy as Callum Wilson is fully fit now and will be included in the lineup as he was not risked in the Chelsea game given his fitness issues, but Wilson has recovered and will be looking to be on the scoresheet.
Jonjo Shelvey and Matt Ritchie may be back in the starting XI as they have made full recovery from their respective injuries. Steve Bruce’s side could br a very different and threatening team going into this fixture.
Wilfred Zaha will miss this game as he goes into self-isolation after testing positive for Covid-19.
Zaha was left out of Crystal Palace’s squad to face Burnley on Monday night with Michy Batshuayi replacing him in the starting XI.
Just moments after releasing the official team news for the clash in Lancashire, Palace confirmed that the winger has been forced to pull out of the squad and enter self-isolation.
Newcastle United predicted lineup vs Crystal Palace
Newcastle United predicted lineup, starting XI:-
GK: Karl Darlow
CB: Ciaran Clark
RWB: Javier Manquillo
We predict that Newcastle will win the game 2-1.
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