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Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has insisted it's not beyond his side to turn around their Europa League quarter-final against Benfica after being defeated in the first leg.
"We need to score first to have a realistic chance in that game but I think we showed that we can cause them problems."
All you need to know about Newcastle United's visit to Portugal to take on Benfica -
More than 3,000 Newcastle United fans have made the trip to Portugal to see the Magpies face Benfica in their UEFA Europa League Quarter-Final first leg.
Our Sports Correspondent Simon O'Rourke has been looking ahead to the big match at Lisbon's Estádio da Luz.
Newcastle United travel to Portugese giants Benfica in the UEFA Europa League tonight.
Watch a video montage of some of their opponent's goals in European competition over the past few seasons:
Newcastle United goalkeeper Tim Krul says the team have watched video analysis of tonight's opponents Benfica, and he's impressed by their "quality".
The Dutch international is expected to return in goal for the Magpies at the Stadium of Light in Lisbon after missing the club's last seven games with an ankle injury.
Watch Alan Pardew's press conference from Lisbon ahead of tonight's Europa League Quarter-Final first leg:
Thousands of Newcastle United fans are in Portugal ahead of the Europa League match against Benfica.
Newcastle United are in action in Lisbon for the first leg of the Europa League quarter-final.
More than three thousand Magpies fans are expected at the original Stadium of Light in the capital city. Kick off is at 2005.
A look at what the Newcastle United fans, and indeed the players, can expect from their trip to Lisbon.
Our Sports Correspondent Simon O'Rourke travelled with the team ahead of Thursday's Europa League Quarter Final.
Newcastle United left the big guns behind this morning as they flew out to Portugal for their next Europa League Challenge.
The Magpies face Maritimo tomorrow evening and it was a youthful squad that boarded the plane to Funchal. Alan Pardew admits he's trying to pull off a balancing act and the likes of Demba Ba and Papiss Cisse have stayed at home with one eye on Sunday's Premier League game at home to Norwich City.