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As much as Newcastle’s on-field play will be heavily scrutinised in the early weeks of 2022, the incomings are nigh, as the club’s new owners prepare to splash the cash in the January transfer window in their bid to avoid relegation from the top flight.

Kieran Trippier‘s arrival from Atletico Madrid is imminent, and more may follow in the coming weeks amid links with the likes of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Philippe Coutinho, but Eddie Howe must focus on the task at hand on the St James’ Park turf.

The Magpies have bigger fish to fry in the Premier League as they try to clamber to safety, but they impressively held Manchester United to a 1-1 draw in their final game of 2021 and were arguably unfortunate not to come away with maximum points on the day.

Newcastle have lifted the FA Cup on six occasions down the years but have not tasted success in the competition since 1955, most recently bowing out to 14-time winners Arsenal in the third round of the 2020-21 edition and failing to make it past the quarter-finals since 2005.

Saturday’s game undoubtedly provides Newcastle with a prime opportunity to improve on their paltry tally of one win across all tournaments this season, but with absentees potentially stretching into the double figures once more, Cambridge can dare to dream.

Karl DarlowCiaran ClarkJoe Willock and Matt Ritchie were believed to have been affected by Newcastle’s COVID-19 outbreak at the end of 2021, but all four could theoretically return here upon the completion of their self-isolation periods. Trippier – if his arrival is announced imminently – is unlikely to be registered in time.

Paul DummettCallum WilsonIsaac HaydenFederico Fernandez and Jamal Lewis all remain out of contention through injury, while doubts persist over the availability of Ryan Fraser and wing king Allan Saint-Maximin.

Javier Manquillo‘s suspension will instead carry over to his side’s next Premier League game, and as such the Spaniard ought to start on the left-hand side of the rearguard with Freddie Woodman returning in goal.

As for the visitors, midfielder Sam Smith saw red for two bookable offences in the draw with Portsmouth and will sit this one out, so a spot has potentially opened up for Jack Lankester to feature.

Leon Davies has now left the club following the expiration of his contract, while Greg TaylorShilow Tracey and Lloyd Jones remain out for the long-term with injuries. Conor Masterson has also returned to parent club Queens Park Rangers.

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Should 21-year-old Lankester not be called upon to fill the hole left by Smith’s absence, 39-year-old Wes Hoolahan should return to Premier League territory and make use of his wealth of experience.

Newcastle United possible starting lineup:
Woodman; Murphy, Schar, Lascelles, Manquillo; Almiron, Hendrick, Shelvey, Longstaff, Joelinton; Gayle

Cambridge United possible starting lineup:
Mitov; Williams, Okedina, Iredale, Dunk; Digby, O’Neil; Hoolahan, May, Brophy; Ironside

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