Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew says his side need to produce a response against West Ham after last weekend's 6-0 defeat to Liverpool.
The Magpies have come under heavy criticism since being thrashed by Brendan Rogers' side at St James' Park, with one report suggesting there was disharmony in the dressing room. Earlier this week striker Papiss Cisse and midfielder Cheick Tiote both denied there was any unrest, and Pardew has echoed that sentiment by saying the reports are "wildfire" and "completely unfounded".
Speaking ahead of tomorrow's trip to West Ham, he said:
Full-back Matthieu Debuchy will miss the trip to Upton Park through suspension after being sent off against Liverpool.
Massadio Haidara (hamstring), Sylvain Marveaux (groin), Tim Krul (shoulder) and Davide Santon (hamstring) are all out.