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Newcastle v Southampton Premier League betting this weekend has some great insurance available through a Money Back Special at online betting site Betfair. Not only that, you get to choose which refund trigger that you want to cover the game with.

The Saints have been confirming their top four status with some impressive results of late, including a draw against Chelsea and victories over Arsenal and Manchester United. Their lean defence is potentially paving the way for Southampton to be playing Champions League next season, and they 5/4 favourites to take a win on Saturday at St James’ Park.

Newcastle (12/5) haven’t kept a clean sheet in their last eight against Southampton in the Premier League, but they are unbeaten in their last 10 top flight matches against the Saints. However , they have fallen out of form since causing an upset at home against Chelsea, winning just one of the six matches since then.

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Southampton score 3 or more goals

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16th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Mourinho (Chelsea)

Chelsea v Newcastle Betting Preview

Revenge may well be on the menu for Jose Mourinho in this one. Newcastle were the first team to prove this season that Chelsea are indeed vulnerable, by beating the Blues at St James Park. But now they have to travel to Mourinho’s house and things aren’t likely to be as easy there. Newcastle have fallen out of form and are still waiting to name a new permanent manager. Not ideal preparations to go to Stamford Bridge.

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Chelsea v Newcastle Betting Tips

Chelsea have let their lead slip at the top of the table, being joined level on points by Manchester City. That is down to the fact that their form has been slipping, winning just four of their last eight Premier League matches. But that is not the whole story, because Chelsea’s downfalls have been on the road, and they had a total collapse on New Year’s Day in their last away fixture, losing 5-3 at White Hart Lane against Spurs. But back at Stamford Bridge, it has been a different story, with Chelsea winning all nine of their Premier League home matches this season, averaging 2.3 goals per game and conceding just 0.3 goals per game on home turf. Can’t argue with that.

Going forward, Chelsea have tremendous firepower of course. To start with, Eden Hazard is in tremendous form, having scored four and assisted three in his last seven league games and is even money to net on Saturday in the anytime goalscorer market. Diego Costa is favourite in the market at a price of 4/7 with online bookmaker 888Sport and even John Terry looks value having netted in three of his last four Premier League matches for the Blues (4/1). The five goals they shipped against Spurs was as many as Chelsea had conceded in the 10 previous matches. No reason to abandon them, and could be worth shooting for a Chelsea to win to nil wager at 4/5 nonetheless.

Newcastle at least have the distinction of being the first side to beat Chelsea this season in any competition. Do they look likely to do it again? Not really. They won at St James Park against the Blues by scoring from two of just three shots on target when they hosted Chelsea back in early December. What should have been a massive boost to the Magpies though, actually worked against them, because they lost their following three matches and have won just one of their last five in the top flight. With the departure of the mastermind behind Chelsea’s demise, Alan Pardew, Newcastle are too risky to back to pull off another win.

Newcastle are without a win in their last four away games (D1 L3) and so seeing them storm Stamford Bridge isn’t likely. A positive for them though is Papiss Cisse who has scored five goals in his last six Premier League outings and so is showing good form. He has scored more Premier League goals against Chelsea (4) than against any other top flight club. Newcastle are likely to just try and sit back again and don’t expect too much impetus in the first half, because they have  scored the highest proportion of second half goals in the Barclays Premier League (76%).

Chelsea v Newcastle Betting Odds

Chelsea 1/5, Draw 13/2, Newcastle 16/1

Chelsea v Newcastle Predictions

Parking the bus against the Blues again may not pay off for Newcastle, who are without a clean sheet in their last eight league matches. Chelsea stuttered at St James Park, but they are more than good enough to set things right in the return fixture. They should find a way through and keep their 100% home from going. If they don’t it will be a bigger shock than their loss at St James Park in December.

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9th January 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Skybet

The new year kicks off in its usual fashion will a full Premier League coupon to enjoy some football betting on. Online bookmaker Skybet are running their flagship enhanced odds offer again, which is another treble on three favourites from Thursday’s round of matches, all home favourites at that.

Back on Boxing Day, Skybet paid out big time as their enhanced treble promotion saw Man City, Man Utd and Liverpool all claim victories, punters lapping up the profits from the enhanced odds of 4/1 that was on offer from Skybet.

This time around for the new year’s day enhanced odds treble, Skybet are focused on Liverpool, Man City and Newcastle.

Brendan Rodgers will be hoping to guide Liverpool to their third win on the bounce in the top flight, when they host bottom of the table Leicester at Anfield.

Defending Premier League champions Manchester City host Sunderland as they look to put further pressure on Chelsea in the Premier League title race, and the Citizens appear to be home bankers after winning eight and drawing two of their last ten league matches.

Newcastle, who are undergoing a managerial transition with Alan Pardew heading to Selhurst Park, complete this special Price Boost treble as they welcome Burnley to St James’ Park.

Sky Bet’s head of trading Sandro Di Michele said: “Our Soccer Special Price Boosts continue to prove popular and we expect plenty of interest on New Year’s Day as punters look to start 2015 in style.

“Liverpool, Manchester City and Newcastle are all odds-on favourites so we will be hoping at least one of the trio will slip up.”

Online betting site Skyber are offering the price boost from 18/5 to a generous 5/2 on the treble of Liverpool, Man City and Newcastle all to win on New Year’s Day. The superb offer is open all customers, new and existing.


31st December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Football Betting

An interesting all-Premier League clash in the FA Cup, and the Foxes will be hoping to shake off their poor league form to find some new year cheer in the FA Cup. With Leicester having big concerns of relegation back down to the Championship, will they throw off the shackles and burdens of life in the English top flight and bag a win over the Magpies?

The Foxes are 13/8 underdogs in Leicester v Newcastle FA Cup betting, which isn’t too surprising given the fact that they are winless in their last nine matches against Newcastle in all competitions. They lost 1-0 at St James Park in this season’s Premier League back in October and that was part of thirteen match winless streak in the top flight that the Foxes suffered.

Leicester have struggled to put goals on the board this season and they have failed to score in their last three meetings against the Magpies. But can they turn around their fortunes by putting together a good FA Cup run, or will this just be a bit of a distraction for them?

Newcastle are understandable favourites for the game and have won three (D1) of the last four games against Leicester. From six previous matched played between Leicester and Newcastle in the FA Cup (and you have to go back to the 1940’s to find the last time that they met in the competition), Newcastle have put up a W3 D2 L1 record against the Foxes (including replays).

Leicester v Newcastle FA Cup Betting Odds

Newcastle 8/5, Leicester 13/8, Draw 12/5

Newcastle to win to nil is trading at 4/1 at online booakmer Paddy Power for their third round visit to the King Power Stadium and it doesn’t look as if it will be a high scoring fixture. Only one of the last ten meetings between the two have gone over 2.5 goals, so expect a low scoring affair and one you would imagine that the Magpies would be capable of stealing with their slightly better firepower.

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31st December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Football Betting

Last season Crystal Palace secured survival in the Premier League thanks to a bold gamble which they made by changing manager in November. On that occasion they drafted in former Stoke man Tony Pulis to rescue them and it paid off in spades as he landed them a finish 12 points above the drop zone in 11th after the Eagles had been in the drop zone when Pulis had joined.

New Palace are back risking it all again on another managerial change to save their season, after they gave Neil Warnock the push. With Palace finishing the 2014 calendar year third from bottom, the club have put all their stock in getting Alan Pardew from Newcastle, the two clubs already having settled compensation.

So it is likely that Pardew will start his tenure at Selhurst Park soon and the bookmakers have reacted, with online bookmaker Bet365 easing the Eagles from 13/8 to 7/4 in Premier League relegation betting.

Burnley remain the favourites for the drop, despite their shock point earned against Manchester City on Sunday at the Etihad. The Clarets are 4/9 favourites to take the drop, with Leicester at 1/2 followed by Palace, Hull, QPR and West Brom who are all at a 7/4 quote in Premier League relegation betting.

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31st December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting

Football News

Well it seems that the early rumours that defender Fabricio Coloccini would be stepping into the shoes of Alan Pardew at Newcastle were nothing more than that, rumours. For starters, Newcastle aren’t the kind of club who will take big, big risks in the managerial department. With Newcastle and Crystal Palace agreeing compensation for Pardew to make the move to Selhurst Park, it leaves Newcastle manager betting odds at Skybet wide open.

But who will be the next permanent Newcastle manager? The playing field seems pretty open, with chairman Mike Ashley having a wide range of names to pick from. Ashley is a man who likes to do things his own way and his style really has to been to rely on more established, settled names, so you are most likely looking at a familiar name to come in.

Leading the way in next Newcastle manager betting is Steve Bruce (who is a Newcastle fan), and he is probably keen on a move to Tyneside. With his season at Hull not going all that well this season, it could be a good opportunity for Bruce to shake things up, and the former Manchester United man is 2/1 early favourite to be the next Newcastle manager, followed by Tim Sherwood at 4/1 and TOny Pulis at 12/1.

But both Sherwood and Pulis seem to be scrapping it out for the vacant West Brom job, so they are worth avoiding early in next Newcastle manager betting. Nigel Worthington, who is a 6/1 shot in the market, may carry a little bit of weight, especially because he is out of work at the moment and could have appeal for Ashley, while St Etienne boss Christophe Galtier is a 16/1 shot at online betting site Skybet.

Galtier would be more of risk, but may be a decent outside shot to come in and drag the best out of the squad at St James Park. Basically, a quick look at the market and you will see names ranging from Frank de Boer, Ally McCoist, Jurgen Klopp and Steve MccLaren. But early doors, Bruce and Worthington do seem the most viable options.

 


31st December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football News

Premier League Betting

Manchester United v Newcastle Betting Preview

The Red Devils were left frustrated on the weekend with a failure to beat Aston Villa. Newcastle were even more frustrated than that because they lost the Tyne and Wear derby against their bitter rivals Sunderland. But the Magpies pulled off a shock result in this fixture last season, landing their first ever PRemier League win at Old Trafford. Can they double up?

The United forwards will be expected to do the job at Old Trafford in this one. Back a successful first goalscorer in the game, and if that player then goes on to score a second at anytime, then online bookmaker Betfred will double your original odds. If you0e successful first goalscorer nets a hat trick in the game, then you will be paid out at treble your original first goalscorer odds. This is the great Betfred Double Delight/Hat Trick Heaven promotion. The offer applies to select live TV matches.

Manchester United v Newcastle Betting Tips

In a surprise turn of events on the weekend, Manchester United failed to stretch out their winning streak to seven matches in a row in the top flight. Even against ten man Aston Villa, the Red Devils couldn’t find the breakthrough to pick up maximum points, leaving boss Louis van Gaal a very frustrated figure. Still, in reading their W6 D1 L1 current form (unbeaten in their last seven) in the Premier League, you can’t really fault them. Even without playing well they have gotten themselves going and they have strong Boxing Day history to rely on too. Manchester United have lost just one of 20 Barclays Premier League games they have played on December 26th (W17 D2 L1).

Their record is even more impressive when looking at their home form in Boxing Day matches. United have have won 17 of the last 18, have been victorious in the last 10 in a row and have won the last 10 on Boxing Day at Old Trafford. There was a tremendous Boxing Day clash between these two which resulted in a 4-3 win for Manchester United. It is worth again looking over the 2.5 goals mark for a price of 8/15 with online bookmaker Betfred, because five of the last six clashes between United and the Magpies in all competitions have gone over the mark. United have put up strong numbers of W7 D1 L1 at home in the league so far, winning their last four in a row there and conceding just the one goal in that sequence.

Newcastle probably don’t have the firepower to trouble United. Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Radamel Falcao (who has two goals in his last two appearances) are all around the even money mark in the anytime goalscorer market. For Newcastle, you are looking out at 3/1 shots Papiss Cisse and Perez Ayoze in the market. Newcastle put together that fantastic five match winning streak of course in the Premier League, but have gone off the boil with just one win in their last five played (W1 D1 L3). They suffered a bit of a blow on Sunday though as they lost at St James Park against bitter rivals Sunderland for the third time in a row in the Premier League. Another confidence blow for Alan Pardew’s men.

Newcastle haven’t been a very strong away team this term either, and have only returned the eight goals away from home. That low return has seen them take just the two wins on their travels so far, so it will be hard for punters to back them to do a repeat of last season’s win at Old Trafford. That victory remains their only ever Premier League win at Old Trafford. The Magpies have not won consecutive games in all competitions against the Red Devils at Old Trafford since March 1935. Newcastle have been away from home in nine of their last 11 Boxing Day PL matches and have lost six and won just one of those nine games. Tough to see them getting maximum points again at the Theatre of Dreams.

Manchester United v Newcastle Betting Odds

Manchester United 2/5, Draw 10/3, Newcastle 15/2

Manchester United v Newcastle Predictions

Punters will probably see little value in expecting Newcastle to double up at Old Trafford. Manchester United have put up strong home numbers and have averaged over two home goals per game at Old Trafford this season in the league. Newcastle can’t match that kind of firepower, and have conceded in each of their last five league games. United to win convincingly and the game over 2.5 goals look viable options.

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21st December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

You think of a battle in the north east like this and you except some tempters to be flared, and cards being dished out by the referee. There have been five red cards in the last eight Premier League meetings between these two sides, while no side has picked up more yellow cards than Sunderland (37) this season, and only Swansea (4) have more red cards than Newcastle (3). So the chances of some red-card drama look high for the clash at St James Park.

Sunderland have won their last two league visits to St James Park, both by a 3-0 scoreline and are unbeaten in their last three visits there. They have also won the last three Tyne and Wear derby matches in the Premier League, and never before have they managed to record four in a row over their bitter rivals. Can they make a bit of history this time around?

Sunderland head into Tyne and Wear derby betting as underdogs at a quote of 3/1 with online betting site Bet365, which is understandable. Gus Poyet’s men have been very poor on the road this season, having failed to score in five of their seven away games so far. So with just five away goals all season (three of them in a 3-1 victory at Crystal Palace, their only away win of the season so far), it is hard to see them producing a goal fest at St James Park.

Newcastle have shipped just the one home goal in their last four games and the Magpies achieved something that no other side in the top flight has managed to do this season, and that is beat Chelsea. With a 2-1 win over the Champions-elect, the Magpies pulled off one of the shocks of the season. But with just one home loss in the league this season, was it that much of a shock really?

Alan Pardew’s men are in decent form at home, having posted a W4 D2 L1 record there, and that is four wins on the bounce for them in front of their home support. They have only picked up one league win in their last four though (W1 D1 L2) and took a 4-1 hammering at Arsenal last weekend, before heading back to North London to face Spurs in the Capital one Cup quater final, losing that game heavily 4-0.

So they will be happy to get back to St James Park and their last four league wins there have all been by a one goal margin, an option which is a 5/2 quote at Bet365. Three of the last four victories there for the Magpies have been settled by a 1-0 scoreline, which is a 6/1 shot to crop up again.

So while Newcastle are even money favourites to pick up the three points and keep them in the hunt for a top six place in the league, Sunderland clearly have some resilience as they have drawn five (L1) of their last six games in the top flight. Will that be enough to see them grab a point at St James Park on Sunday in the next edition of the Tyne and Wear derby betting?

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18th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Premier League Betting

Newcastle v Sunderland Betting Preview

The Tyne and Wear derby is back and there will be no love lost between these bitter rivals at St James Park on Sunday. there have been five red cards in the last eight Premier League meetings these two, although none in the last three, with those last three all going the way of Sunderland. But with a strong home record going this season, can Newcastle shake off a bad week in North London to snap their losing streak against the Black Cats?

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Newcastle v Sunderland Betting Tips

It’s all gone a big Pete Tong for Newcastle against their bitter rivals Sunderland of late in the Premier League. Three defeats in a row the Magpies have suffered and they are also winless in their last three at St James Park against the Black Cats (D1 L2). The last two times that the Wearside visitors have rolled into to Tyneside, they have silenced the Toon Army by taking 3-0 victories. Seeing Sunderland score three goals in a single away game is a bit of a long shot at the moment though, it has to be said. Newcastle have never lost four successive league derbies against the Black Cats. While Alan Pardew’s men have suffered just two losses in their last nine league games, they have managed to win just one of their last four (W1 D1 L2). Papiss Cisse (5/4 anytime goalscorer at Bet365) has scored five goals in his last seven Premier League appearances as a substitute, but has netted just four goals in his last 26 PL starts.

After a 4-1 loss at Arsenal last weekend in the English top flight, Newcastle lost 4-0 at White Hart Lane in the League Cup quarter finals on Wednesday. Rough week for them, but they’ll be pleased to get back to home soil. The last time they were there they sprung a surprise by becoming the first team to beat chelsea this season. Three of Newcastle’s last four wins at St James Park have been by a 1-0 scoreline (6/1 Correct Score option), and all four have been by a one goal winning margin (5/2 with online bookmaker Bet365). Couple of good trends there. The Magpies have definitely been a second-half team this season, because they been leading at half-time in just one of their 16 Premier League games this season. If matches ended a half-time this season, Newcastle United would be bottom of the table with 12 points.

Given Sunderland’s penchant for drawing games, a Draw Half Time bet looks a bit of a tempter. The Black Cats have enjoyed their last two visits to St James Park, but it is tough to see them making it three wins in a row there. They have put up just one victory in their last nine games played in the Premier League, which isn’t great, but five of their last six games have been drawn. Sunderland have drawn 10 matches this season, the joint-most by a team in the first 16 games of a Premier League season (along with Ipswich Town in 1992/93). Three of those last five drawn matches in the top flight for Sunderland, finished with 0-0 scorelines.

The last three Tyne and Wear derby matches have gone over 2.5 goals, not something you would expect between these two. However, for this one it is probably worth looking under for a price of even money. The Black Cats aren’t a strong attacking force and they have failed to score in five of their seven away games in the Premier League this season. Newcastle have shipped the one goal in their last four home games in the league. So don’t expect a flurry of goals. Sunderland have taken just the one road victory too this season, which was a 3-1 triumph at Crystal Palace.

Newcastle v Sunderland Betting Odds

Newcastle even money, draw 23/10, Sunderland 3/1

Newcastle v Sunderland Predictions

Sunderland clearly have some resilience about them with all of the drawn matches happening. However, if you are looking for a winner, it is the home side who should be backed to come away with the three points. Sunderland’s scoring record on the road this season is horrid and it’s probably worth backing the Magpies to edge it by a one goal winning margin.

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18th December 2014 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Football Betting

Tottenham v Newcastle Betting Preview

Big action from White Hart Lane on Wednesday night as the two top flight clubs battle it out for a place in the semi finals. This is the only all-Premier League clash of the Capital One Cup quarter finals, so this is the toughest of the four fixtures to call. Will the Magpies be able to land their third win in a row at White Hart Lane after having already won there in the Premier League this season?

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Tottenham v Newcastle Betting Tips

Is there much between the two of these? Not really. Spurs will be looking to Harry Kane and Roberto Soldado who are both around the 6/5 mark in the anytime goalscorer market, to offer them some punch at top. Spurs haven’t been one of the most consistent teams around this season, but a good 2-1 away win at Swansea on the weekend in the Premier League should have brought them a bit of confidence and stability, as it snapped a three match winless streak in all competitions from the Lilywhites. Their form at White Hart Lane this season reads W8 D2 L4, which isn’t great, but isn’t terrible. They have improved on home soil and have lost just one of their last five there in all competitions, winning three of those.

The last time that Spurs met Newcastle in the League Cup was back in the 2008/09 season, and the Lilywhites did win that one 2/1, thanks to goals from Roman Pavlyuchenko and Jamie O’Hara. That does seem like a long time ago though, because Tottenham have lost their last two home games against the Magpies, which was after winning the previous four all on the bounce. It is hard to see this being anything other than a real tightly contested affair. If a winner does come then it is probably not going to be by more than a one goal margin you would imagine. Both have won just one of their last four in all competitions although you would expect Spurs to send out a slightly stronger starting eleven.

Back in October, an out of form Newcastle went to White Hart Lane in the Barclays Premier League and picked up a surprise win. That was an important win for Alan Pardew’s men it turns out, because it really kick started their season and sent them on their way in that superb winning streak which they posted. Now they are back at White Hart Lane looking for their third win in a row there against the Lilywhites. The wins have dried up in current form from Newcastle, as they have put up just the one in their last four games (that upset at home over Chelsea in the Premier League). They went down to North London on the weekend to face Arsenal in the league and were blitzed 4-1.

Newcastle have already have to battle their way past two fellow Premier Leagues sides on their way to the last eight of the League Cup. They scrapped their way past Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park with a 3-2 win, before springing a huge 2-0 win surprise on Manchester City at the Etihad, with the Magpies having sent out an understrength starting eleven. Newcastle have started to ship goals again, conceding in each of their last four played, so it should be worth leaning towards both teams scoring on Wednesday night. Even though Newcastle aren’t a high scoring team, Alan Pardew’s men have only failed to score in one of their last eleven games in all competitions. Paipiss Cisse is their shortest priced option in the anytime goalscorer market for a quote of 2/1 with online bookmaker Paddy Power.

Tottenham v Newcastle Betting Odds

Spurs 10/11, Draw 14/5, Newcastle 3/1

Tottenham v Newcastle Predictions

Would stick with the Lilywhites to find a way through and snap their losing home form against the Magpies. Spurs do have the better options and you will probably see a stronger starting eleven from them. This should be a tight scrap through, because they look evenly matched. The temptation is to go with Spurs to win by a 1 goal margin.

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16th December 2014 / Lee - Category: Football Betting










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