Newcastle United injury lists are updated

The Magpies are hoping some of their injury issues clear up ahead of the game with Crystal Palace next weekend

After the international break, Newcastle United will be hoping that a significantly stronger first-team roster will be available for their next Premier League match. Despite the absence of multiple key players for their challenging schedule prior to the international break, Eddie Howe’s team managed to go undefeated in seven games and achieve some remarkable outcomes.

On November 21, though, when play resumes against Crystal Palace, a few of those players might return. With matches against Borussia Dortmund, Manchester United, and Arsenal coming up, United will require them.

“The injury list doesn’t look great, but aside from Harvey Barnes, there isn’t anything long term there,” Howe stated prior to the 2-2 tie with West Ham. There might be some immediate suffering for us.”

The Newcastle United No 9 made a return to action from the bench in the 2-2 draw with West Ham, coming in for the closing stages after missing several games with a hamstring issue. The international break has come at an ideal time with Wilson able to build his fitness with United after his injury meant he was not included in Gareth Southgate’s England squad.

The Brazilian was on the bench for Burnley’s Premier League match after returning from injury for the Carabao Cup victory against Manchester City. However, he was only able to play for four minutes until hamstring fatigue took his life. It’s not believed to be too serious, though, and he was on the verge of playing again against West Ham.

He has plenty of time to heal before Crystal Palace because he was left out of the Brazil squad for the international break and that particular game.

The Dutch defender won’t be returning until after the international break. He hasn’t been seen since the victory over Sheffield United. Harvey Barnes was the sole “long-term” co

ncern, according to Howe, who disclosed this information on Friday, allowing Botman to play against Crystal Palace later this month.

In Botman’s absence, Jamaal Lascelles has played a fantastic role for the team.

The former Leicester City winger sustained a toe injury against Sheffield United, so it’s unlikely that we’ll see him until the new year. Barnes suffered a severe blow because he appeared to be a major player in the busy schedule.

The former Arsenal midfielder experienced a setback in his recuperation from a hamstring injury, so we haven’t seen him play for Newcastle yet this season. Willock missed the preseason and was supposed to return in September, but he hasn’t yet resumed full training.

“Unfortunately, Joe has experienced a little setback,” Howe stated. His hamstring issue is unrelated to the Achilles damage he sustained. Thus, I estimate that he will be absent for around six weeks more. His vitality is something we are missing.”

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