Newcastle United will be looking to make it five straight home wins in the Premier League when the entertain Everton on Saturday.
That run has included crucial victories over Cardiff, Huddersfield and Burnley as well as the scalp of Manchester City.
This has led the Magpies climb up to 14th in the table, six points clear of the relegation zone.
However, United suffered a setback last time out as they suffered a 2-0 defeat at the London Stadium, just their second defeat in their last seven.
Their opponents come off the back of an impressive point in the Merseyside derby as they hope to keep up their ambitions of finishing best of the rest in 7th.
Newcastle sit six points behind the Toffees going into their clash with another win likely to ease any relegation worries and potentially look at another top-half finish.
Rafa Benitez will be without midfielder Sean Longstaff who has shone in recent matches with a knee injury potentially ruling him out for the rest of the season.
Here’s how we predict the Newcastle team to line up…
GK - Martin Dubravka
Has played all 29 league games so far and we expect him to make it 30 on Saturday.
RWB - DeAndre Yedlin
Benitez has opted for Manquillo over Yedlin in the last couple of games but we believe that Yedlin offers more and deserves to be reinstated.
CB - Fabian Schar
Was unusually at fault for the West Ham opener last weekend but remains one of United’s key players.
CB - Jamaal Lascelles
The skipper is likely to play in the middle of a back three.
CB - Florian Lejeune
Gave away a needless penalty last week but has been important in this winning home run.
LWB - Matt Ritchie
Benitez moved Ritchie further forward during the match against West Ham but has shown previously that he is more than capable of playing left wing-back.
CM - Isaac Hayden
With Longstaff absent, Hayden will to be even more important in midfield.
CM - Ki Sung-Yueng
It is likely to be between Ki and Diame to replace Longstaff and we believe that Ki is more of a like-for-like change which may give him the edge,
CAM - Miguel Almiron
Struggled to influence the game against the Hammers and will be looking to rectify that tomorrow.
CAM - Ayoze Perez
Has built up a decent partnership with Amiron but needs to improve his final ball if he is to remain in the team long-term.
ST - Salomon Rondon
Everton have one of the worst records from set pieces and Rondon is the perfect man to exploit that.