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Predicted Newcastle team v Swansea

8 years ago

This is the predicted Newcastle team v Swansea for today’s match.

I can see Rafa Benitez making three changes to his team from the one that played Southampton.

Daryl Janmaat and Steven Taylor are both confirmed as missing and I think Dummett will come in on the left and Lascelles replace Taylor.

I do though also think that Vurnon Anita will stay in the team but switch to the right full-back position.

Jack Colback must be a knocking bet to come into midfield and I fancy Ayoze Perez to be the one to miss out as Rafa Benitez shuffles his team.

The predicted Newcastle team v Swansea:

To create the image above I used the NUFC team selector.

You can do the same by following the simple instructions HERE and then there are a number of great options where you can then also share your team via Twitter (include @nufcthemag in your tweet and we will share some of them with our 17.6k+ followers) , or you can share the selector on Facebook with friends, family and the rest of the black and white world. Alternatively, simply downloading the team image to the device you are using

When using the NUFC team selector you simply click on what team formation (4-3-3, 4-4-2 etc) you want, then click each position on the pitch and choose from the Newcastle United squad.

Go to the NUFC team selector now and choose and share your Newcastle team v Swansea.

Before every match, simply go to the menu at the top of this screen and click features, then on the drop down list click NUFC Team Selector and choose your team for every match.

Newcastle v Swansea Match Betting:

All  Newcastle v Swansea match betting HERE

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