Jamie Sterry is out of Newcastle United's final home game of the season.
The Newcastle United defender – who came off the bench in the club's last game against Cardiff City – has suffered a groin injury.
And Sterry is not available for this afternoon's home game against Barnsley.
Title-chasing Newcastle will win the Championship title if they better Brighton and Hove Albion's result at Aston Villa.
United manager Rafa Benitez has a decision to make on Dwight Gayle, who has returned to full training after recovering from the hamstring problem he suffered last month.
Right-back Sterry, however, is definitely out of the game, while Benitez will make late checks on a number of other players, including Vurnon Anita, who missed the Cardiff match.
Benitez said: "Sterry is not available. The others are fine."
Sterry spent the first half of the season on loan at Coventry City.
The 21-year-old impressed at the League One club before returning to St James's Park at the turn of the year.
Sterry has made three appearances for Newcastle this season.
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