Newcastle United goalkeeper Martin Dubravka will play no part in the club's present Premier League campaign until at least April after suffering a knee injury. The 31-year-old sustained the potentially season-ending injury in his side's 1 nil win against Southampton on Saturday. READ: Brighton expect Premier League clash against Arsenal to hold He was injured in the 60th minute but played on at the St Mary's and the injury was assessed on Monday. The Slovak will likely be replaced by Karl Darlow who has made five appearances for the club this season, all in cup competitions. Dubravka has not missed a Premier League match for the Magpies since making his debut against Manchester United in February 2018.