Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez has been given some good news for a change.
Left-Back Paul Dummett has missed the last couple of games with Kenedy filling in against Leicester City at home and then Javier Manquillo came in at Old Trafford last Saturday.
We lost both games and conceded five goals in those two games.
Paul has been nursing what was called a slight hamstring injury, and the good news is that he has returned to training.
Paul Dummett – back in full training
The Shields Gazette are reporting the 27-year-old participated in a full training session at Benton today.
That’s good news but now we need Salomon Rondon fit so we can have a full strength team for the upcoming home game against Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, October 20.
The only injured player would be long-term casualty, Florian Lejeune.
It will be good to have Paul back in the line-up for a game we can hopefully win.
We are assuming both Kenedy and Muto will be ftt to play against Brighton after both came off with slight injuries at Old Trafford.