Bournemouth's Steve Cook hopes to turn the St James's Park atmosphere sour.
Speaking to the Bournemouth Echo, Cook is expecting a great atmosphere on Tyneside ahead of the from the Cherries trip.
But he is hoping his side can put on a show on the park, that makes things a little less positive off it.
"It promises to be a great atmosphere and, if we could turn the crowd, it would be a huge boost for us. It is a massive game for us."
Meanwhile, the 26-year-old defender believes tomorrow's encounter could define Bournemouth's season, having taken just seven points from their opening 10 games.
"It is a huge game and one which could define our season," said Cook, whose side won 3-1 the last time they traveled to SJP.
"We need to win these games coming up and know we can go there and win."