May 27, 2024

Eddie Howe and his squad aim to build on an impressive ten-week run of performances and results. Over the past thirteen matches, they secured victories against teams like Arsenal, Man U, PSG, Crystal Palace, Manchester City, Burnley, Brentford, and Sheffield United. Noteworthy draws were also earned against Wolves, West Ham, and AC Milan, with the only setbacks being the double header against Dortmund.

Heading into the Bournemouth clash, Howe provided insights into the potential Newcastle lineup. The team that faced Borussia Dortmund included Pope, Trippier, Lascelles, Schar, Hall, Longstaff, Bruno, Joelinton, Livramento, Willock, and Wilson. However, Wilson’s participation against Bournemouth remained uncertain due to a tight hamstring.

Regarding injuries, Howe mentioned Wilson’s condition as the only immediate concern, with no new injuries reported after the Dortmund match. Unfortunately, several players, including Botman, Targett, Tonali, Burn, Bruno, Isak, Anderson, Murphy, Barnes, and Manquillo, are unavailable for the Bournemouth game due to injuries, suspensions, or bans.

Given these circumstances, the predicted Newcastle lineup against Bournemouth might see Pope in goal, with Livramento, Lascelles, Schar, and Trippier forming the defense. Midfield may consist of Longstaff, Lewis Miley (if Wilson is unavailable), Joelinton, Willock, and Almiron, with Gordon also likely to start. The potential absence of Wilson might lead to him being kept for the second half or used as an impact sub.

In summary, the expected changes from the previous match could involve Miley, Almiron, and Gordon replacing Hall, Bruno, and the possibly unavailable Wilson in the starting lineup.

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