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Kieran Trippier, Nick Pope, Miguel Almiron: Newcastle United injury list & expected return dates

Kieran Trippier, Nick Pope, Miguel Almiron: Newcastle United injury list & expected return dates.

Newcastle United were without 12 players for Tuesday night's 1-1 draw against Everton at St James' Park.

Eddie Howe named four changes for the visit of the Toffees, three of which were enforced as Lewis Hall, Emil Krafth and Harvey Barnes came in for the injured Jamaal Lascelles and Tino Livramento, while Anthony Gordon served a one match suspension.

And with Miguel Almiron also joining Newcastle's treatment room from the weekend win over West Ham United, Howe named a bench including two goalkeepers and four youngsters versus Everton.

The senior options were Matt Ritchie, Joe Willock and Paul Dummett, and Howe called on the latter two, although the changes didn't quite go plan after Dummett conceded a late penalty which Dominic Calvert-Lewin for an 88th minute equaliser.

"The West Ham game for our perspective we were able to make changes and bring on very good players to be make a difference for us in that game," said Howe. "Tonight I was well aware we were going to be up against it in that respect.

"I felt I had to be very careful with the changes that I did make. But of course you're always talking on the back of a penalty and that moment going against us. As we stood at that moment of the game I thought we looked defensively pretty strong and we maybe weathered the storm but unfortunately we couldn't get over the line."

Although Newcastle wasted the opportunity to move up to seventh in the Premier League table, it did seem as though they avoided any new injuries - a rare sentence this campaign - to add to their unprecedented list.

Howe's side next head to Fulham on Saturday afternoon and here, we take a look at Newcastle's injury list in full and when each player is expected to return:

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