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Right after winning their opener 2-0 at West Ham, Newcastle fans once against started to fear the worst as they slumped to a 3-0 thrashing at home to Brighton
And however, by some miracle they have followed that with two very positive results. They salvaged an unlikely and frankly undeserved 1-1 draw at Tottenham
With that result meaning they had picked up four points and scored three goals despite having only had three shots on target all season.
All in all, it’s looking surprisingly promising in the north east and the hosts will be quietly confident of securing a result on Saturday.
Manchester United, meanwhile, saw their confidence ripped to shreds a couple of weeks ago as they were victims of a 6-1 mauling at home to Spurs.
The fallout from that match includes reports of dressing room bust ups and managerial pressure.
And in all honesty the Red Devils were lucky to beat Brighton in their only Premier League win of the season.
Defensively they have looked shambolic, conceding 11 goals in three matches and, with captain Harry Maguire enduring another dismal outing for England in midweek
Their defensive problems don’t look likely to improve at St James’ Park.
Both sides have scored in all three of their league games so far, while Newcastle have seen goals at both ends in their last two outings
Most fans are not expecting quite the same level of drama though. While Manchester United are torrid at the back
It’s important to remember that Newcastle have only managed eight shots on target all season. They have averaged less than two goals per game
Martin Dubravka, Dwight Gayle, Matt Ritchie, Matthew Longstaff and Ciaran Clark all remain sidelined
Of course but Jamaal Lascelles and Allan Saint-Maximin should have recovered in time after the international break.
Jamal Lewis is a major doubt after picking up an Achilles injury, meaning Paul Dummett may be in line for his first start of the season.
However, the Magpies did improve on record before the international break, hitting the target five times in a 3-1 win over the depleted Burnley.