SOURCE; £7m A Newcastle player will now start tomorrow’s Champions League match against PSG.

Jamaal Lascelles, the club captain for Newcastle United, will get the ball rolling against PSG in the Champions League tomorrow night.

In advance of tomorrow’s match, Football Daily has reported on some important team news from a report by Sky Sports journalist Keith Downie.

Football from the Champions League will play at St. James’ Park for the first time in 20 years.

The anticipation for tomorrow night’s performance of the national anthem in the city only increased after a drone display over the stadium yesterday.

After three straight victories across all competitions, Eddie Howe’s team enters the match in strong form.

Following a thrashing of Sheffield United, Manchester City was defeated in the EFL Cup, and Burnley was easily defeated.

Howe’s ability to switch up his team in every game and yet prevail in all three matches has been telling.

With Newcastle star Sven Botman out injured, Howe now appears ready to start Jamaal Lascelles against PSG.

Although the 29-year-old has played three times this season, he has only made two starts.

The potential of stopping players like Goncalo Ramos, Randal Kolo Muani, and of course Kylian Mbappe tomorrow now lies before him.

Newcastle’s Lascelles will get the start against PSG.

Jamaal Lascelles is set to return from the cold, given he did start against Man City in the Carabao Cup last midweek, according to Downie, who was reporting on Newcastle’s most recent practice.

He has played so little football over the past year or two, but he will take over as captain of the team tomorrow night because Sven Botman is sidelined. There he is leading the group out.

Sandro Tonali, a midfielder for Newcastle, could be out due to his absence from practice today.

He has been in and out of the squad lately, but he would have been a great benefit to Newcastle in keeping some sort of hold over the French champs.

However, Howe might have benefited from Callum Wilson joining the group later in the lesson.

In what is likely to be one of the most important games of his Newcastle career, Lascelles will be thrilled to get the start tomorrow against PSG.

In a very proud moment for the defender, he will be the first man to lead a Newcastle side out at St. James’ Park in the Champions League since Alan Shearer.


He probably didn’t think this would happen when he and Karl Darlow paid £7 million to join the team back in 2014.








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