It´s certainly a crucial game at Bournemouth for us tomorrow ans we just hope after the game we are not talking about the poor game the referee had or the fantastic play of the opposing goalkeeper which is what has happened in our last two games at Sunderland and at home to Stoke.
Even though we played some of our best football of the season we ended up with just one point out of those two games which is one reason we are still third bottom of the league table.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe
We have to play at or near our best tomorrow on the south coast and get all three points and that will take us out of the bottom three.
There should be no excuses after the game if we fail to do that.
Almost seven in ten Newcastle fans expect a win tomorrow – so anything else will be another huge disappointment.