Everton midfielder Seamus Coleman fears Saturday's trip to Newcastle could be an 'extra difficult' encounter.
The Magpies are flying high in the Barclays Premier League, and climbed above Chelsea into third place with a well-earned win at Stoke.
Alan Pardew's side are still unbeaten in the league this season and will, once again, be targeting three points once again at St James' Park this weekend.
Everton, meanwhile, have won just three of their nine league fixtures this season and will have to upset the balance to leave Tyneside with glory.
And Coleman knows exactly how hard it will, but believes Everton can get a result.
“We have got a difficult game at Newcastle up next and it is really important for us to get three points after the hard run of games we have had,” Coleman told evertontv.
“Newcastle are flying at the moment, they are doing really well and beat Stoke on Monday. It is always difficult to go there no matter what sort of form they are in.
“This Saturday may be extra difficult but we will go there looking for three points and they won’t find it easy against us.”