“That’s the way we’ve set-up and that’s the way we’re going to continue.”

If Newcastle United supporters were hoping for a change of system at Brighton & Hove Albion next weekend, for a striker to be fielded as an actual out-and-out centre-forward, then they may be left disappointed.

Of course, Steve Bruce could be bluffing in an attempt to spring a surprise at the Amex Stadium and catch Newcastle’s relegation rivals off guard. However, his commitment to the current formation appears unfaltering.

So, for what is arguably Newcastle’s most important Premier League fixture in five years, we know they are going to deploy a 4-3-1-2 formation featuring a “false nine” and “split strikers”.

But,





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