Interim boss Graeme Jones will attempt to help Newcastle pick up their first win of the season when they head to Crystal Palace on Saturday (Match Betting – Crystal Palace 19/20, draw 11/4, Newcastle 3/1).

There are four matches scheduled for 15:00 in the Premier League on Saturday with several clubs looking to make moves at the bottom of the standings.

Newcastle, who sit 19th with just three points, fall firmly into that category and Jones has been trusted to fill in following Steve Bruce’s departure.

The Magpies have lost their last two matches and have picked up just one point from four engagements on the road.

Palace, meanwhile, appear to be heading in the right direction under new boss Patrick Vieira and they are yet to lose at home, although they’ve only won one of those four fixtures.

The north east outfit can take some comfort from last season’s visit to Selhurst Park when they ran out 2-0 winners.

Jones is unable to call on Jonjo Shelvey due to suspension but goalkeeper Martin Dubravka remains out with a foot injury.

The Eagles are set to be boosted by Wilfried Zaha’s availability after he missed the draw with Arsenal due to illness.

Elsewhere, 18th-placed Burnley, who are also yet to pick up a win and also have just three points, travel to Southampton (Match Betting – Southampton EVS, draw 13/5, Burnley 3/1).

Saints claimed their first home victory of the term last time out when seeing off Leeds and they beat Burnley in both of last season’s meetings.

Leeds sit just one place and three points above the bottom three as they prepare to welcome Wolves to Elland Road (Match Betting – Leeds 8/5, draw 5/2, Wolves 15/8).

Raphinha is back for the Whites but Kalvin Phillips is likely to be restricted to a place on the bench after overcoming a calf problem.

Marcelo Bielsa will be without Luke Ayling, Patrick Bamford, Junior Firpo and Robin Koch.

Wolves are in the ascendancy and seeking a fourth successive victory as Raul Jimenez is set to come back into the starting XI.

Finally, Everton could deploy Richarlison after a five-game absence against former club Watford at Goodison Park (Match Betting – Everton 8/11, draw 11/4, Watford 9/2).

After a positive start to the term, Everton have only won one of their last four league engagements but they are just one point shy of the top four.

Claudio Ranieri is looking to pick up his first win since taking charge of Watford, having lost 5-0 to Liverpool in his first game at the helm.

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