April 13, 2024

Pope, who joined the Magpies from Burnley last year, has missed just one Premier League match; however, he will be sidelined for the next four months due to a dislocated shoulder.

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe remarked, “He’d been in the best form he’s been in since being at the football club.” We’re at a point in the season where we have so many games, and he has the European Championships ahead of him, which he was determined to try and participate in. How is he? He’ll naturally be depressed.

“There’s still a chance of that but the determination is to come back for us and you never what condition we’ll be in at that time of the season. We’re thinking of him even though things may be far worse for him.

“It was another strange injury for us and there was no reason for that to happen at that moment but with Fabian [Schar[ blocking the shot in front of him, I think his dive was slightly different than it normally would have been and unfortunately we suffer another injury to a big player.”

In fact, Pope’s injury is only one more absence on a long list. Here, NewcastleWorld walks you through which players from Newcastle and Everton are ruled out of tonight’s match, as well as those who are questionable:

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