Arsenal travel to St James's Park tomorrow knowing that a win could give us a vital points advantage over Aston Villa who have to travel to Anfield to take on in-form Liverpool on Sunday.
Arsene Wenger won't have another game to worry about for a fortnight, so there should be no resting of players: we should expect to see a full strength team turn out for the Gunners.
Unfortunately Theo Walcott became the latest player to end up on the treatment table this morning when he injured his knee in training. He joins Cesc Fabregas, Eduardo, Emmanuel Adebayor and Tomas Rosicky on the sidelines, although all four could be back in contention for a starting place in our next game against Man City.
But that's a different storyfor a different day.
The task at hand for you lot is to choose your strongest starting line up to face Newcastle tomorrow.
Manuel Almunia has been declared fit after his ankle problem and in defence, I'd go with the stable back four of Sagna, Gallas, Toure and Clichy.
Midfield, in my opinion, should be Arshavin, Denilson, Diaby and Nasri, leaving Van Persie and Bendtner up front to do the damage at the business end of the park.
Feel free to share your thoughts on our starting line up against the Magpies. For sake of comparison, here's who my squad who consist of:
Sagna Gallas Toure Clichy
Arshavin Denilson Diaby Nasri
Subs: Fabianski, Djourou, Silvestre, Gibbs, Song, Eboue, Eduardo