Lewis Hall decision made as £77m trio drop out: Newcastle United predicted XI v Everton

Newcastle United predicted starting XI against Everton as Lewis Hall pushes for only his second Premier League start of the season.

Newcastle United's starting XI against Everton is set to feature changes due to injuries and suspensions.

Eddie Howe's side came from 3-1 down to beat West Ham United 4-3 on Saturday after braces from Alexander Isak and substitute Harvey Barnes cancelled out goals from Michail Antonio, Mohammed Kudus and Jarrod Bowen.

However, the victory, which saw United move up to eighth in the table one point behind the Hammers in seventh, came at some cost with three fresh injury injuries and a suspension blow.

Jamaal Lascelles suffered an ACL injury just 16 minutes in and joins teammate Sven Botman in being ruled out for six to nine months. Howe is also awaiting further news on Tino Livramento (ankle) and Miguel Almiron (knee) after both withdrew in the second-half at the week.

Another player United will definitely be without is Anthony Gordon. The England international won both of Isak's penalties and set up Barnes' winner before being shown a second yellow card in stoppage time for kicking the ball away. He will serve a one-match ban against his former club, forcing him to miss only his second Premier League match this campaign.

Lewis Hall, Elliot Anderson and Barnes all made an impact from the bench against West Ham and have made a strong claim to start versus Everton. Here, NewcastleWorld predicts how Newcastle will line-up this evening (kick-off 7:30pm):

However, the victory, which saw United move up to eighth in the table one point behind the Hammers in seventh, came at some cost with three fresh injury injuries and a suspension blow.

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