First-half goals from Fabian Schar and Sean Longstaff earned a 2-0 victory for Newcastle United against Burnley at St James' Park.
After Miguel Almiron shot wide early on, Schar unleashed an unstoppable strike which flew in off a post after 24 minutes.
Seven minutes before half-time, Matt Ritchie's cross was half-cleared by Ben Mee and Academy graduate Longstaff lashed in his first Premier League goal.
Salomon Rondon and Almiron both had chances to make the match safe for Newcastle, before a late header by substitute Peter Crouch was hoisted to safety by Jamaal Lascelles.
Newcastle climb to 13th place, on 31 points, leapfrogging Burnley, whose eight-match unbeaten streak ends with them dropping to 15th place on 30 points.
Newcastle: 2 March v West Ham (A)
Burnley: 2 March v Crystal Palace (H)