It seems nearly implausible that Rafa Benitez, a fierce advocate of regular squad rotation, won't name the same staring XI that vanquished Manchester United for the match against Bournemouth on Saturday.
Bournemouth have not beaten Newcastle at home in the league since 1989, back in the old Division Two.
Magpies striker Dwight Gayle looked to have earned the visitors three precious Premier League points on the south coast with two simple, first-half finishes, but they made to pay for their profligacy, which included Jonjo Shelvey missing an open goal at 2-0.
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Benitez stuck with the same team which surprised Manchester United a fortnight ago and the game plan appeared to have worked perfectly as his players expertly absorbed pressure from the hosts before clinically hitting them on the break. Anyone that has scored the goals he has in his career, naturally it is going to give the squad a lift to see him back with us. Most of Bournemouth's shots went well over the crossbar.
The Premier League is back for Match Day 28 of the 2017-18 season, which will feature a highly intriguing mid-table clash. Mid-table Bournemouth has three more points than Newcastle.
The away side came under incessant pressure and their resolve was broken with a minute of normal time remaining.
Buoyed by their consolation, Eddie Howe's side levelled the match one minute from time as Nathan Ake's strike caused chaos in the Newcastle box, pinballing around before former Magpie Gosling scrambled it over the line.