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Eddie Howe: Newcastle manager warns against displaying ‘too much emotion’ against PSG in the Champions League.

Last month, Newcastle drew 0-0 against AC Milan in their first group encounter.

Wednesday will be their first Champions League home match since a 2-0 defeat to Barcelona in 2003.

“I can’t wait to experience the home atmosphere and what our fans create,” stated Howe.

“I believe it will be a memorable night, and I hope our performance contributes to that.”

“The fans will bring their enthusiasm, noise, and love for the game.” It is up to us to use that effectively and positively on the field. You can use too much emotion on the field, but I believe we’ve found the correct balance at home.”

Newcastle are unbeaten in five games, winning four of them, including an 8-0 triumph at Sheffield United.

Howe does have some key players out, and striker Callum Wilson is close but “probably won’t make the game” due to a hamstring issue.

Defender Sven Botman is also out due to a knee injury, but Joelinton could play if he passes a late examination, while Sandro Tonali is “fine,” according to Howe.


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