It is another crucial must-win game for Newcastle tomorrow at Aston Villa against the bottom of the league side who have already been relegated.
It´s similar to our second last game last season when we visited bottom club QPR, but we managed to come away with a 2-1 defeat in that game.
Villa have lost their last 11 games since beating Norwich 2-0 at home on 6th February, so they are used to losing – and even last week they were winning 2-1 going into stoppage time at Watford, but Deeney scored twice for the 3-2 win.
Gini Wijnaldum – likely to be dropped
This is Villa´s final home game of the season and they will want to win it for their fans, in what has been a terrible season for them.
For Newcastle, Daryl Janmaat should be fit again but with a splint on his injured hand – and we expect him to be on the bench with Anita fit to continue at right back.
Gini Wijnaldum is likely to be dropped simply because it´s an away game and he doesn´t seem to play well away from home or when things get tough in a game.
We expect Ayoze Perez to be restored to the starting line-up, with captain Moussa Sissoko being in the number 10 position in this team:
Anita Mbemba Lascelles Dummett
Townsend Sissoko (c) Perez
Subs: Woodman Mbabu Janmaat Shelvey de Jong Wijnaldum Mitrovic
What would your team be for tomorrow?
Newcastle cannot think this is an easy game and even though Villa have lost 11 straight games – strange things can happen and often do to Newcastle.
The lads tomorrow must come away with all 3 points if we are to survive in the Premier League this season – it´s as simple as that.
Four in five fans think we can do it.