'THAT NEWCASTLE LUCK HAS KICKED IN EARLY' - FANS REACT AS DEFENSIVE DUO ARE REPLACED THROUGH INJURY

Paul Dummett and Florian Lejeune were taken off during the first-half and Magpies fans are fearful about the severity of their injuries

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Magpies: Magpies are birds of the corvidae family, including the black and white Eurasian Magpie, which is one of the few animal species known to be able to recognize itself in a mirror test. In addition to other members of the genus Pica, corvids considered as magpies are in the genera Cissa, Cyanopica and