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NEWCASTLE are looking to make it two Premier League wins out of two as they host Brighton and Hove Albion. Buoyed by new signings Callum Wilson and Jeff Hendrick, the Steve Bruce’s Magpies im…

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NEWCASTLE are looking to make it two Premier League wins out of two as they host Brighton and Hove Albion.

Buoyed by new signings Callum Wilson and Jeff Hendrick, the Steve Bruce’s Magpies impressed on opening day with a 2-0 win at abject West Ham.

Visitors Brighton started with a spirited display at home to Chelsea on Monday, but ultimately ended up losing the game 3-1.

After the ball had broken kindly for the teenager, his low shot is blocked by Karl Darlow at the near post.

If there’s any criticism of the right wing-back, it’s that Maupay may have been better placed in the middle.

Ryan Fraser is willing to swap sides with the Irishman so he moves back to playing down the right, away from Tariq Lamptey.

45. Uncertainty in the Brighton box for the first time as Fraser gets away from Lamptey to put a cross in from the left.

Matt Ryan calls for the ball but Dunk takes charge with a header that loops up over his goalkeeper and behind for a corner.

42. A loose pass from Webster is seized upon by Fraser, and Newcastle have a chance to threaten.

The visitors do well to drop back into position though and a clearing header from Lewis Dunk repels the danger.

It appears he’s given Shelvey a final warning, and advises Newcastle’s captain to calm his teammate down.

The Frenchman has been unable to recover from an early knock, and it’s now an opportunity for new arrival Ryan Fraser.

Neal Maupay’s brace within seven minutes is the fastest a player has scored twice from the start of a Premier League match since December 2012, when Edin Dzeko scored twice in the first four minutes against Norwich.

The Malian is quickly up on his feet though and the visitors regain possession of the ball.

28. Andy Carroll has seen little of the ball in attack, but he’s shown his defensive worth with a good header to deny Webster getting on the end of a set-piece.

Seconds later, Wilson finds himself leading a counter, but the former Bournemouth man is denied by an excellent sliding tackle from…you guessed it…Tariq Lamptey.

The worry for Brighton fans is the youngster has taken a big knock in doing so.

You won’t be surprised to hear that it was for fouling Lamptey as the right wing-back tore past him.

The second half can’t come soon enough for the Newcastle boss – not least because Tariq Lamptey will be on the opposite side of the pitch to him.

Steve Bruce doesn’t seem too happy about the Tariq Lamptey show going on right in front of him, does he?

22. Brighton peppered the Chelsea goal with shots from outside the box on Monday night, and they fancy themselves from long range again.

Excellent defending from Aaron Webster pushes the striker wide, and he’s unable to even provide a cross – not that there was anyone inside the box.

20. Early statistics show that 49% of Brighton’s play is coming down their right side where Lamptey and Trossard are toying with Saint-Maximin and Jamal Lewis.

15. Ben White fires an inch perfect crossfield pass to Solly March to begin another Brighton move.

Naturally, it then travels into the path of Lamptey, whose cross requires a Newcastle intervention to deny Maupay the chance of a hat-trick.

When Brighton break from a Newcastle free-kick, the youngster bursts through on goal from the left wing.

After Saint-Maximin fails to win a free-kick under pressure from Lamptey, Shelvey dives in on the Brighton teenager and catches him with an awful foul.

It’s a yellow card for Shelvey, and he is arguably fortunate that the punishment is not worse..

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