Newcastle predicted lineup vs Everton: One BIG change for Eddie Howe amid Nick Pope injury

As Eddie Howe is forced to deal with the Nick Pope injury, here is the Newcastle predicted lineup vs Everton.

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Newcastle United are involved in midweek action as they face Everton away from home in the Premier League on Thursday evening. Eddie Howe has many injuries in the squad, but this makes it fairly concrete to name the Newcastle predicted lineup vs Everton.

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Newcastle predicted lineup vs Everton

GK: Martin Dubravka - With the Nick Pope injury, Eddie Howe will be forced to play his backup goalkeeper Martin Dubravka. Dubravka is yet to make a start in the Premier League this season, but he is a trusted member of the squad and now is his opportunity to make a name for himself in this Eddie Howe XI.

RB: Kieran Trippier - Yet again he had a phenomenal display at the weekend as Newcastle beat Man United. Trips has been one of our best performers this season and he will be given another runout in this midweek fixture as he is often the first name on the team sheet.

CB: Fabian Schar - Schar will play again as he is not considered in Eddie Howe's squad rotation. Being one of the most important members in the squad, there's a reason why Schar starts in every match and this Premier League fixture will be no different.

CB: Jamaal Lascelles - Although Sven Botman is nearing his return from injury, the captain will feel like he's done nothing to jeopardise his place in the starting lineup. If anything, you could even say it would be harsh to guarantee Botman his place in the XI since Lascelles doesn't deserve to be dropped. Either way, he starts in this match.

LB: Tino Livramento - Big Tino has been an exceptional diamond in the rough for Eddie Howe during this injury crisis. He has truly stepped up and lessened the impact of losing Dan Burn. Slowly becoming a fan favourite, his phenomenal performance on the left flank grants him another start in this match.

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