Jamaal Lascelles has insisted that Newcastle United will stay “humble” despite climbing into the Premier League’s coveted top four. United can extend their stay in the upper echelons of the top flight this weekend if they beat Brighton but while confidence is high in the Toon camp, Lascelles won’t let anybody get ahead of themselves. The Newcastle skipper, who has been spoken about as a candidate for the next England squad, told the Chronicle: “People will think we’re fourth and get carried away.
Tim Krul had made his first competitive appearance since May after making his debut for Brighton during their League Cup defeat against AFC Bournemouth. However, despite getting through the game unscathed he will be unavailable for the meeting with Newcastle United this weekend due to a clause.
Newcastle United legend Peter Beardsley is hoping that Sean Longstaff and Ivan Toney will return to St James’ Park with a chance to press for the first team. The duo have impressed during loan stints at Blackpool and Wigan Athletic respectively and Beardsley has watched on with admiration. Longstaff is catching the eye of other Premier League clubs - including AFC Bournemouth - after netting four goals and creating three assists for the Seasiders while Toney has notched twice for Wigan.
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