Relegation-threatened Newcastle United take on Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday night. Potter’s side are a place – and a point – above 17th-placed Newcastle, who have won two of their last 17 Premier League games.
Potter spoke about United's identity and organisation in the wake of the arrival of assistant manager Graeme Jones, who brought in a new system in late January.
“We're expecting a match against a side with a clear idea – and a tactical organisation,” said Potter, whose team beat Southampton last weekend. "They have some good options and experience at this level, they'll be another test for us."
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Meanwhile, Potter is waiting on Blyth-born defender Dan Burn, who was released by Newcastle as a teenager. Potter said: “Dan Burn will train tomorrow, hopefully, and should be available this weekend. No other fresh problems from Sunday."