Newcastle travel to West Ham on Saturday afternoon aiming to continue their fantastic Premier League form.
Eddie Howe's men have avoided defeat in their previous five league outings, following back-to-back draws against Manchester United and Watford with excellent victories over Leeds, Everton and Aston Villa.
Now four points clear of the relegation zone, the Magpies now face a very tough test away at fifth-placed West Ham who have lacked consistency in recent weeks. Here's how Howe could set out his side.
Newcastle predicted lineup vs West Ham
1. Goalkeeper & defenders
Martin Dubravka (GK) - Looking for a third clean sheet in four outings this weekend.
Emil Krafth (RB) - Kieran Tripper is going to be a gargantuan miss after fracturing his foot last time out and, with Javier Manquillo also out, Krafth could be the one to deputise.
Fabian Schar (CB) - A favourite of Howe's, having missed just one Premier League game under the Magpies boss' reign.
Dan Burn (CB) - The boyhood Newcastle fan made his debut last week and should continue in Jamal Lascelles' likely continued absence.
Matt Targett (LB) - Missed out against his parent club last time out but the Aston Villa loanee should return this weekend.
Joe Willock (CM) - Bruno Guimaraes is still yet to make his full debut, but if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Jonjo Shelvey (CM) - Has been a consistent performer since Howe's arrival in the dugout and should continue at the heart of the side.
Joelinton (CM) - Now a mainstay in the Magpies midfield, Joelinton is a daunting opponent in the middle of the pitch.
Ryan Fraser (RW) - Has been lively in recent weeks, clearly enjoying his reunion with former Bournemouth boss Howe.
Chris Wood (ST) - Still no goals for the big striker, although he began to show signs of understanding with his new colleagues last time out.
Allan Saint-Maximin (LW) - A dazzling talent on his day, Saint-Maximin is capable of running riot against anyone he comes up against.