Newcastle United’s confirmed starting XI v Brighton: Eddie Howe dealt £40m injury blow - gallery
Eddie Howe has named one change to his Newcastle United starting XI for this evening’s Premier League clash against Brighton and Hove Albion.
Both Sven Botman and Joelinton were a doubt ahead of the visit to the Amex Stadium after limping out of the defeat to 10-man Liverpool last Sunday. Botman landed awkwardly on his ankle after challenging for a header, while Joelinton picked up a knee problem.
Neither player had trained prior to Eddie Howe’s pre-match press conference on Friday morning and the Magpies’ head coach revealed a late call would be made on their fitness.
Joelinton has been passed fit but Botman misses out. In the Dutchman’s place, Matt Targett comes in at left-back with Dan Burn moved into the centre of defence alongside Fabian Schar.
Check out Newcastle United’s starting XI in full:
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