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Ryan Fraser To Sit This One Out | 4-3-3 Newcastle United Predicted Line Up Vs Leicester City

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Newcastle United host Leicester City at St.James’ Park this Sunday. Newcastle United clashed against wolves last weekend in which they secured a priceless 1-0 victory through a Chris Wood penalty, keeping themselves away from the dreaded relegation zone. On the other hand, Leicester have won three of the last five games in the premier league, balancing their league commitments with their Europa Conference League games.

The Magpies have won each of the last four matches at St James Park, and Eddie Howe will probably opt for a 4-3-3 formation.

Team News

Ryan Fraser started against Wolves but suffered a hamstring injury which will keep him out alongside the likes of Callum Wilson and Kieran Trippier. Joseph Willock might return from a knee injury but is questionable to start. Both Isaac Hayden and Jamal Lewis will be seen along the sidelines having been ruled out due to injuries.

Brendan Rogers of Leicester City
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Predicted 4-3-3 Newcastle United Line Up Vs Leicester City

Defence

Dubravka starts in goal for the Magpies, with Schar and Burn to go for a centre-half partnership to form the backline.

Krafth and Targett will carry on in the wingback positions, expected to put in a decent performance on the day.

Midfield

Guimaraes with Joelinton hold the right and left midfield positions, with Shelvey in the centre tasked with distributing the ball and creating chances for the attacking three.

Attack

Almiron and Saint-Maximin are to take up the wide positions, the left-wing and right-wing, respectively.

Wood is expected to lead the attack against Brendan Rodgers’ men, with the New Zealand international hoping to make the most of his chances against Leicester.

Newcastle United 4-3-3 Formation
4-3-3 Predicted Line Up Vs Newcastle United

 

 

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