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Latest Newcastle United injury news as Eddie Howe forced to prepare ‘juggling act’ against Arsenal

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Arsenal news as the manager of the Magpies provided updates on players who might miss the Gunners’ trip up north, including Alexander Isak, Sven Botman, Fabian Schar, and others.

Eddie Howe, the manager of Newcastle United, will be without a number of important players as he attempts to defeat Mikel Arteta and Arsenal at last. (Image: Stu Forster/Getty Images photo)

As Newcastle United gets ready to play Arsenal at St. James’ Park on Saturday afternoon, manager Eddie Howe has acknowledged that he will be missing a few important players.

After an amazing 2022–2023 season that saw them qualify for Champions League football for the first time in 20 years, the Magpies have had a great start to the season. They are currently seven points behind the Gunners, who are competing for the Premier League title with Tottenham, Manchester City, and Liverpool. However, this season, they have already defeated Crystal Palace 4-0, Aston Villa 5-1, and Sheffield United 8-0.

They have also been successful in Europe, with their 4-1 victory over Paris Saint-Germain and Kylian Mbappe being the campaign’s high point. However, they have experienced numerous injury setbacks, which will surely impede their progress.
Howe talked about the problem they’ll have without players like Sven Botman and Alexander Isak, who are both expected to be out for this weekend’s game against Mikel Arteta’s team, as they have a lot more games on their schedule this year. He clarified, “That’s what our season will be until Christmas – it’s a busy period for us,” in remarks made to reporters this morning.

“There will be many games, but we’re excited about them. I don’t think anyone who wasn’t available for Wolves earlier will be available for this game. Unfortunately, most of them are longer-term for us, but that’s the situation we’re in.The roster will be very similar to the previous one. We’re currently taking things day by day with [Sven] Botman because he’s unclear at the moment. We hope to see Alex [Isak] again following the international break.”


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