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The regular odds on that is 5/1 so it is a big jump up! Chelsea head off to face the struggling Hull and the Blues have been victorious in five of the last six meetings between the two clubs. The Blues will be looking to respond to some recent setbacks, but Hull have shipped nine goals in their last two league games and are facing the harsh realities of life in the English top flight.

Huddersfield have been ticking along in great style in the Championship and they will be looking to take advantage of Ipswich’s less than stellar form when they head to Portman Road on Saturday. Huddersfield, who head into the weekend as league leaders are favourites for the win. As for Newcastle, they took a thrilling 4-3 win over Newcastle in midweek after being 3-1 down in the match and the Magpies head off to face bottom side Rotherham on Saturday looking for another three points to keep up their promotion challenge.

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30th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

Aston Villa

Aston Villa v Newcastle Betting Preview – Championship 24th September

Just last season these two were fighting it out to avoid relegation and both ultimately failed, so it leaves us with a big Championship match up on Saturday evening to get stuck into. Newcastle had a fantastic five match winning streak snapped last weekend by Wolves, but still start the weekend up in third in the second tier. Things haven’t been going quite so well for Villa who have managed just the one win so far this season and who once again are still struggling for goals. Can the Villains take what would be a huge confidence-boosting victory?

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Aston Villa v Newcastle Betting Tips

Just last season then these were embroiled in a fight against relegation which both ultimately lost. It doesn’t look as if Villa have taken very well to the drop down in the tier either because they have managed just the one win so far this term. Last season in the top flight Villa and Newcastle played out draws in both meetings and that has actually happened in three of the last four meetings between them. The last two at Villa Park have ended in a 0-0 draw too and a 0-0 correct score punt on this one will fetch you a quote of 8/1 with bet365. So there’s hasn’t been much on show from Villa so far with their W1 D5 L2 record. The Villains have have drawn five of their last six league games (L1) now and have posted a W1 D3 record in their four home games so far.

You are probably looking at the game going under 2.5 goals pretty comfortably and that is a quote of 7/10 with Bet365. Villa are running on a ten match streak without having beaten Newcastle now (D5 L5) so there doesn’t appear to be a lot of value in backing them for a win on Saturday evening. Roberto Di Matteo has a lot of work ahead of him and success at this point would be a top half of the table finish, while a play off spot looks like their best route back to the top flight from the position they are in. Aston Villa have netted only one goal in their last five matches against Newcastle, but seven of their eighth Championship goals this season have been at home. Rudy Gestede has three for the season and is an 11/4 anytime goalscorer option.

There appeared to be no stopping Newcastle recently. They opened the season with back to back losses but then caught fire. They put together a huge five match winning streak and the last four in that sequence were with a clean sheet as well. But they suffered a setback at St James’ Park last weekend when Wolves showed up and beat them. That was a bit of a surprise but they could get back to winning ways here. They have the goals in them and 75% of their away games this season have been won to nil. Newcastle to win to to nil this fixture is a price of 3/1 with online betting site Bet365.

The top scorer this season in the Championship for Newcastle is Dwight Gayle with a four goal tally in six appearances. He should be a great option in the anytime goalscorer market for a price of 21/10. Jonjo Shelvey has netted three goals this season and is a 6/1 poke for the game. Newcastle have averaged over two goals per away game this season and they have conceded just the one goal on their travels as well. The Magpies are a quote of 8/11 in the draw no bet market for this one and it’s hard to see them suffering a loss here because Villa aren’t that threatening. The form is with the Magpies.

Aston Villa v Newcastle Betting Odds

Newcastle 6/4, Aston Villa 17/10, Draw 12/5

Aston Villa v Newcastle Predictions

Aston Villa haven’t done enough winning in the Championship to suggest that they are going to go out and beat Newcastle, one of the best sides in the division, on Saturday. Newcastle have been good on the road this term and are likely to get out with the win and they look value in the match outright. If you wanted to push it, then consider Newcastle to win to nil.

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22nd September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Championship Betting


Newcastle have spent big in the transfer window and look like a Premier League side in the making

Rafael Benitez cut a disconsolate figure after Newcastle United lost opening Championship matches against Fulham and Huddersfield, although the Magpies have subsequently bounced back with three straight wins.

It means that the Tyneside club remain strong favourites to win the Championship title and make a speedy return to the Premier League, with Benitez having massively reshaped his squad during the summer.

True enough, the Spaniard has had to wave goodbye to Gigi Wijnaldum, Moussa Sissoko and Andros Townsend, although the recruitment has more than compensated considering that Dwight Gayle, Grant Hanley, Ciaran Clark, Matz Sels, Matt Ritchie and Mohamed Diame all arrived at St James’ Park.

The arrival of Ritchie and Diame was a particularly big statement. After all, many players seek to play in the Premier League, although these players left the first team of Bournemouth and Hull respectively to be part of the “Rafa Revolution”.

Ritchie was seemingly part of Eddie Howe’s plans at the Vitality Stadium although the lure of a big money deal entranced him from the south of the country to the very north. Similarly, Diame’s head was turned swiftly after he scored that excellent goal in the play-off final to help the Tigers back to the big time.

Bet365 go 13/8 that Newcastle win the title this season, with William Hill giving them even more respect with their quote of 11/8. Both these bookmakers offer 8/15 about the Magpies landing promotion although forthcoming trips to Derby and QPR will illustrate whether they really are the best team in the division.

The ingredients are certainly there, with Benitez easily the most successful manager in the Championship, boasting a CV which has seen him win silverware with Valencia, Liverpool and Chelsea. He’s also been the coach of Internazionale and Real Madrid, being regarded as one of the best in Europe.

The spending clout is far stronger than virtually any other Championship team, even if Aston Villa have also flexed their muscle in the transfer window to bring the likes of Ross McCormack and Jonathan Kodjia. Register a new account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy great features there like 0-0 bore draw insurance and partial cash-out options.

7th September 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Championship Betting

Football Betting

As usual, the Championship gets an earlier start than the Premier League, so the league will come into focus pretty soon. The first game of the new campaign is on Friday, August 5th when Fulham take on Newcastle. Taking the drop from the Premier League last season along with Newcastle was Aston Villa and Norwich, so will any of those three be able to make an immediate return to the top flight? There will be hesitations there perhaps around Aston Villa, although they are trading at a quote of 9/1 to win the Championship, but it is Newcastle who are going as 2/1 outright favourites to top the second tier next season.

As many players as Newcastle can hold on to, the better they will be from their drop last season. Of course changes need to happen, particularly at the back, but with the expertise there of Rafa Benitez who has stuck with the club, there is optimism abound that they will be playing in the top flight again next season. It’s hard to argue that and they are worth a punt at 21/20 with online betting site Boylesports for a Top 2 Finish. What of Aston Villa and Norwich though? This is a big drop for both, but Norwich should be fairly well equipped to make it back up.

The Canaries put together a good campaign in the 2014/15 season to earn promotion, coming through the play offs, so they know what this is all about. After season after season of struggling at the foot of the top flight, how will stand up to be one of the perceived better teams taking on the challenge at the top of the second tier. There was frankly, so many issues with Aston Villa last season that their path back to the top may be a lot more difficult than that of Newcastle and Norwich.

But of course there are other good options around on those who missed out on a place in the top flight last season. Brighton would have to be at the top of the main contenders there. They were in brilliant form for most of the season, but narrowly missed out on goal difference on earning the second automatic spot and then lost out surprisingly in the play offs. If they can take what they did last season and build on it, namely a very good attack, they should be in the mix for at least another shot at promotion through the play offs.

Derby are likely going to be there or thereabouts in the title race. They looked for the most part that they were really going to challenge for an automatic promotion spot, but their challenge fell away really over January and most of February. They couldn’t stick the pace and then slipped out of the play offs when more was expected of them. The Championship can be a quickly fluctuating league and there are pieces in place at the likes of Ipswich, Brentford and even QPR that could click well enough, if added to from last season to make an assault on promotion.

Remember though that you can back a team to win promotion, which isn’t the same as backing them to win the league outright. You have good variety in markets here with Promotion, To Win The Play Offs and Top Two Finish.

Championship Winner Odds

Newcastle 7/4, Aston Villa 8/1, Norwich 9/1, Derby 12/1, Brighton 14/1, Wolves 14/1, Sheffield Wednesday 16/1, 33/1 bar

Championship Top 2 Finish Odds

Newcastle 21/20, Aston Villa 4/1, Norwich 10/3, Derby 11/2, Brighton 6/1, Sheffield Wednesday 7/1, Wolves 6/1, Cardiff 12/1, QPR 12/1, Fulham 14/1, Ipswich 14/1, Wigan 18/1, Brentford 18/1, bar 22/1

Championship Promotion Odds

Newcastle 8/15, Aston Villa 2/1, Norwich 11/4, Derby 10/3, Brighton 4/1, Sheffield Wednesday 9/2, Wolves 9/2, QPR 8/1, Fulham 8/1, Ipswich 91/, Cardiff 10/1, 12/1 bar

Championship Fixtures

So the new season all starts with Newcastle’s first steps in trying to get back to the top flight. They travel to Craven Cottage on Friday, August 5th for a game which they are a quote of 6/5 to win. Then comes a big fixture list on Saturday 6th including a mouthwatering clash between Derby and Brighton. The Rams are a 7/6 quote to put the win on the board there with Brighton out at 14/5. It could be a great start and confidence booster for the Seagulls to land a win there. Having lost three of the last four seasons in the play-offs, you wonder if they can take that step further this season and winning games like this could answer that.

Then on Sunday, August 7th you have a couple more matches with QPR v Leeds and a hugely entertaining affair of Sheffield Wednesday v Aston Villa. Will the Villains be able to get off to a winning start in the Championship? They are 9/4 to win at Hillsborough, but Sheffield Wednesday were brilliant on home turf in last season’s campaign and they may be the best value to back at a quote of 13/9 to take the three points.

Championship Fixtures Opening weekend

Fulham v Newcastle United
Birmingham City v Cardiff City
Blackburn Rovers v Norwich City
Bristol City v Wigan Athletic
Derby County v Brighton and Hove Albion
Huddersfield Town v Brentford
Ipswich Town v Barnsley
Nottingham Forest v Burton Albion
Reading  v Preston North End
Rotherham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers
Queens Park Rangers v Leeds United
Sheffield Wednesday v Aston Villa

Rounding out at the other end of the season, you have Aston Villa v Brighton on the final day, which could be a cracker if they are both in the promotion hunt. Other feature games there would be Norwich v QPR and a tasty clash between Nottingham Forest and Ipswich.

Final day fixtures:

Aston Villa v Brighton
Brentford v Blackburn Rovers
Bristol City v Birmingham City
Burton Albion v Reading
Huddersfield Town v Cardiff City
Newcastle United v Barnsley
Norwich City v Queens Park Rangers
Nottingham Forest v Ipswich Town
Rotherham United v Derby County
Sheffield Wednesday v Fulham
Wigan Athletic v Leeds United
Wolverhampton v Preston North End

Championship 2016/17 Relegation

As usual with the start of a new reason you are looking at the newly promoted clubs in a division to be the favourites to take the drop. In the Championships this season you have Burton as the 10/11 odds on favourites to go straight back down to League One. Sat at the 2/1 mark is Rotherham and Barnsley while Blackburn may not be too far out of the woods this term sat at 4/1 along with Preston North End.

Championship History and Stats

The Champions was first born in the 2004/05 season and it kicked off with a real bang, raking in the attendances in its inaugural season. The division has always had 24 teams competing and it’s Sunderland who have been the most successful side in the short history of the Championship having won the title on two occasions. That of course meant that there was a relegation there as well.

There have only been three winners of the Championship who have taken the title with over 100 points, that was Reading in 2006, Newcastle in 2010 and Leicester in 2014. Hull have been promoted from the Championship three times before, twice through the play offs and once through an automatic promotion spot back in the 2012/13 season.

Last season in the Championship the 1-1 scoreline was the most frequent result, happening in 15% of all games played, which totals 85. The second most popular result was a 1-0 home win which happened 58 times and then happening 57 times each was a 2-1 home win and a 0-0 draw. The most popular away win scoreline was 2-1 which happened 45 times (8%).

Championship 2016/17 Predictions

The Championship can be a volatile old place and therefore the 2/1 shot on Newcastle winning the league isn’t all that appealing to kick things off with. Brighton don’t have the appeal either after their near misses in the play offs in recent times and Aston Villa will have to do a lot of work to prove that they are going to do anything. Norwich have big appeal therefore at a 10/1 each way punt to go out and win the Championships and you can dial that back a bit with a 5/2 quote on them to earn promotion. Derby are generally pretty steady performers are a worth a punt at 3/1 in the Championship Promotion market too.

14th July 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Football Betting


Newcastle v Tottenham Betting Preview

Tottenham’s season isn’t done just yet. They need a point as they go into this two points above rivals Arsenal in the race for second spot. Because of Tottenham’s superior goal difference, all they need is a point to see off the Gunners in the battle for runners up. Newcastle were relegated in midweek without kicking a ball, as Sunderland took a win over Everton, which sent the Magpies and Norwich both down to the Championship along with Aston Villa. Will Tottenham get their precious point now that Newcastle have nothing to play for?

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Newcastle v Tottenham Betting Tips

Newcastle were dealt the hammer blow of relegation in midweek as their rivals Sunderland managed to take a win over Everton. That meant that Newcastle would be following Aston Villa and Norwich down to the Championship. It would be understandable if they were a little flat for this game. Newcastle have suffered just the one loss in their last eight Premier League home games, and they have won four of those as well. So decent form but obviously not good enough to keep them up. The Magpies have only managed to beat Spurs in one of their last five at St James Park against the Lilywhites in a W1 D2 L2 record. The Magpies will likely be a bit defeated for this, so it’s hard to picture them having their tails up. Newcastle have managed to earn just the one clean sheet in their last 22 Premier League matches against Tottenham as well. There is a quote of 8/13 on both teams to score in the match. The Magpies are on their best run of unbeaten form since November 2014 having gone five unbeaten.

They suffered a blow of a 0-0 draw against Aston Villa last weekend, those two unexpected dropped points really hurting the Magpies. The only thing they have left now is a bit of pride to play for and if they could beat Spurs, they would likely do Arsenal a huge favour in the race for a second place finish. Newcastle have netted a goal in each of their last eight Premier league home games and Rafa Benitez has certainly tightened up their defence with three clean sheets in their last five. Given their record against Spurs though, it’s debatable as to whether or not they will stop the fluent Tottenham attack on Sunday. Only champions Leicester (38) have picked up more points away from home than Spurs this season (34) and Tottenham have netted a massive return of 33 away goals this season too.

The Lilywhites have only suffered the one defeat in their last seventeen top flight away games, winning nine of those games in that sequence. Their home loss against Southampton, which was on the back of that heartbreaking 2-2 draw against Chelsea previously (which cost Spurs a shot at the title), snapped a nine match unbeaten streak in the Premier League that Tottenham were on. Overall though, Tottenham have been in some wonderful form and they have won five of their last eight Premier League away games and have allowed fewer shots on target against them than any other team in the Premier League this season (112). Spurs are 9/4 to go out and put on a show and win to nil in this one. Harry Kane is a quote on 5/6 in the anytime goalscorer market and the England man needs one goal in this game to equal the record for most away goals in a Premier League campaign, currently held by Kevin Phillips with 16 in 1999/00.

Newcastle v Tottenham Betting Odds

Newcastle 16/5, Draw 11/4, Spurs 4/5

Newcastle v Tottenham Predictions

Hard to see the interest of enthusiasm that Newcastle will have for this game. Spurs have something to play for in needing a point to get second place locked in. They are good value though to go the whole way and put the three points on the board. The Lilywhites have been superb out on the road.

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13th May 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

Aston Villa

Aston Villa v Newcastle Betting Preview

A great looking fixture for Newcastle, not so much Aston Villa. The Villains would top their longest ever losing streak of eleven games if they go down in this one. Newcastle have posted a four match unbeaten streak in the top flight for the first time since 2014 and have managed to get out of the drop zone. They may be out of the drop zone but they aren’t safe yet, however a big three points against the relegated Villains would go a long way to potentially securing their top flight status.

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Aston Villa v Newcastle Betting Tips

Not a great stretch of form then from Villa. That’s an understatement because they have lost their last eleven Premier League matches. Only Sunderland have managed to lose more consecutive games in the competition, putting a twenty match losing streak together between January 2003 and September 2005. Not since beating Norwich back on February 6th (just their third win of the season) have Aston Villa taken a single point. It’s been that poor from them and even when they have been putting the ball in the back of the net, as they have done in their last two, they have still lost. Villa were beaten 4-2 by Southampton and then 3-2 by Watford in their last two league outings. They are trying to finish with a bang, but can’t make it happen. Villa have scored just 14 goals at Villa Park this season and hold a W2 D4 L12. It’s been a massive decline.

Still, with Villa’s output in their last two games it is probably worth having a punt on the game going over 2.5 goals for a quote on 5/6. Newcastle have to come out and get goals in this one, a necessity if things get down to goal difference in the relegation scrap. So not only have Aston Villa been in poor form this season, they have not beaten Newcastle in any of their last nine Premier League meetings with them. Villa have lost five of those last nine against the Magpies. Newcastle have put together a a W2 D2 unbeaten stretch in the top flight, the first time that they have gone unbeaten in the Premier League since 2014. They ended a nine match losing streak on the road in their last away game in taking a draw at Anfield against Liverpool. That is the only point that they have taken on the road in 2016 though.

So they can’t sleep easily just yet, but beating Villa would put pressure on Sunderland and Norwich. If they lose though and Sunderland take a point or Norwich beat Man Utd, then the Magpies would be back in the drop zone, having played a game more than both of those. It’s very tight at the bottom. Newcastle have struggled for goals on the road having scored only 13 in their last 24 away from St James Park in the top flight. However, they have netted five in their last three away from home. Papiss Cisse and Aleksandar Mitrovic are 11/8 quotes in the anytime goalscorer market against Villa. Newcastle have only carded a very poor W2 L2 L14 record away from home this season, but any kind of win over Villa would be highly welcome.

Aston Villa v Newcastle Betting Odds

Newcastle 4/7, Draw 3/1, Aston Villa 9/2

Aston Villa v Newcastle Predictions

There have only been the four goals scored in the last four between these two in the top flight, but Villa have woken up going forward, while Newcastle have to come and show intent of getting three points on the board. Have a punt over 2.5 goals but it is still likely to end up being three points for the Magpies.

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4th May 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting


Online betting site Sky Bet have an enhanced odds offer running for Saturday’s Premier League action. There a big games going off on Saturday afternoon in the English top flight and the relegation picture could become a little bit clearer at the end of play, with Sunderland and Newcastle both going in 3pm kick offs.

Sunderland, who are just out of the drop zone on goal difference over Norwich, hit the road to go to the Britannia to face Stoke. The Black Cats have been producing a lot of resilient results to claw their way out of the relegation zone and face a Potter’s side who have shipped four goals in each of their last three league matches.

Newcastle appear to have winnable match at St James Park as they host Crystal Palace, who have failed to win any of their last nine games out on the road in the top flight. Newcastle’s home form hasn’t been all that bad and they have gone unbeaten in their last three home and away to give themselves a chance of staying up.

As for Watford, they will have been left disappointed by their FA Cup semi final loss last weekend against Crystal Palace. Still, they probably have what it takes to put that behind them as they host Aston VIlla on Saturday. With the Villains on a ten match losing streak in the top flight, it would be a surprise if the Hornets didn’t bank three points.

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30th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions


Will Newcastle be able to scratch and claw their way out of the relegation zone on Saturday? The Magpies host Crystal Palace in their penultimate home game for the season and Newcastle really need to put a win on the board to give themselves the chance of staying up. They are one point clear of safety and have played a game more than Norwich and Sunderland, the two teams they are in battle with to survive.

The Magpies have posted a W8 D3 L1 record over their last twelve league games against Palace, so they certainly have the head to head form going. The Eagles have failed to win any of their last nine away games in the Premier League as well (D5 L4) so can’t exactly be trusted out on the road. The Magpies have shown some survival fight with a W1 D2 L0 record in their last three games, can they earn a vital three points against Palace on Saturday afternoon?

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30th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions


Newcastle v Crystal Palace Betting Preview

Crystal Palace moved through to the FA Cup final last weekend, but they are only eight points clear of relegation in the top flight and both Sunderland and Norwich behind them have games in hand. So they haven’t quite done enough to be safe and with just one win in their last eighteen Premier League games, if they lose this one, they will still be sweating. Newcastle have avoided defeat in their last three Premier League games but still have a lot of work to do to haul themselves to safety. Big, big home game for the Magpies in their fight for survival.

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Newcastle v Crystal Palace Betting Tips

The Magpies have shown some signs of life and having the belly for some fight. They have managed to take away five points from their last five games in the top flight, which is a significant upturn in form from them. That was one more point than they managed to take from their ten games prior to that in the league. They are nowhere clear of danger though. They are one point away from safety, but Norwich and Sunderland above them both have a game in hand still which may count for something down the line. All that Newcastle can do is a bust a gut in their remaining three matches. It has been a W1 D2 record in their last three league games now and there were very good points in drawn games against Man City and Liverpool in there. If they can build on that with three points against Palace, things will start looking much brighter for them. Newcastle have W3 D3 L1 record in their last seven on home soil in the Premier League.

There has been just one clean sheet in their last ten Premier League games for Newcastle though, so are defensively flimsy. Not since November 2014 have they gone four match unbeaten in the top flight. The Magpies went down against the Eagles heavily at Selhurst Park earlier in the season, losing 5-1 in a rout. But that was their first defeat against Palace in all competitions since 1998 so overall have strong head to head form. Since that 1998 defeat, Newcastle had posted a W8 D3 record against Palace before they met earlier in the season. Papiss Cisse has scored a goal in each of his three of his previous league matches against the Eagles and is a price of 11/8 alongside Aleksandar Mitrovic in the anytime goalscorer market. Under 2.5 goals at a price of 4/5 with bookmaker Boylesports is likely to have big appeal.

Palace may be the final of the FA Cup this season but they still aren’t totally clear of relegation issues in the top flight. It’s unlikely that they will drop, they just aren’t mathematically safe. Palace have won six games in 2016 and five of those six came in the FA Cup, so they have one league win total since the turn of the new year. Overall the eagles have now gone W0 D5 L4 in their last nine Premier League away games as well, so they aren’t a side that you can trust out on the road very well, not to win at least. But they did take that big win over Newcastle earlier in the season and may take confidence from their FA Cup semi final victory to stick in there for a point. That’s it with Palace, you just never know. Emmanuel Adebayor has scored six goals and assisted six more in his last nine Premier League games against Newcastle United and is a price of 11/4 to strike on Saturday.

Newcastle v Crystal Palace Betting Odds

Newcastle 10/11, Draw 12/5, Crystal Palace 3/1

Newcastle v Crystal Palace Predictions

Hard to have enough faith in the Eagles to go away from home and put a win on the board. They have won just one of their last eighteen in the top flight so not a team you should be throwing money at. Newcastle have improved over their last three games and should have done enough over them to build towards a home win over Palace. Home win and a massive three points for Newcastle.

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28th April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting


Liverpool v Newcastle Betting Preview

The Reds are really putting together a strong finish to the season and breezed to a big 4-0 Merseyside derby against Everton in the week at Anfield. That will help keep momentum and morale high and now they will be eying up three points against the relegation-threatened Newcastle, a game which brings the return of Rafa Benitez to Anfield. Newcastle have fought their way to four points from their last two league games, but they need to find a way to keep building on that, however, their away form continues to read very poorly.

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Liverpool v Newcastle Betting Tips

Interesting set up here. Liverpool may well make changes to their side in order to rest some players ahead of the UEFA Europa League semi final first leg next week. But they still need points to push on for a top six finish in the top flight. So they will have to try and balance things. They fielded an understrength side at Bournemouth last weekend and put a 2-1 win on the board. That says a lot about the confidence in the squad and they look on top of their game. They are on a three match winning streak in the top flight and have fired off ten goals in those three games. They have struck four times in each of their last two league games at Anfield, which doesn’t bode well for Newcastle. Daniel Sturridge is 5/6 in the anytime goalscorer market for the visit of Newcastle and he has scored six goals in eight Premier League matches against the Magpies.

The Reds also have Divock Origi, who, thanks to his goal against Everton in midweek, has netted five goals in his last five appearances for Liverpool. He can be backed at 11/8 to keep his scoring going, which is the same quote as Roberto Firmino as well. The Reds have netted in each of their last nine league games and have averaged just under three goals per game in that sequence with a total of 26 league goals. They did lose 2-0 at St James Park earlier in the season, but look on track to right that wrong. Liverpool have gone W3 D1 at home against Newcastle in the last four, but at this stage, because Newcastle have to come and press and Liverpool may be understrength, both teams to score is 4/6 while over 2.5 goals can be backed at a price of 3/5 with online betting site Boylesports. Liverpool have scored at least two goals in nine of their last ten home games against Newcastle in the top flight.

The return of Rafa Benitez to Anfield will take some headlines in this one, and he will bring his Magpies side who have earned four points from their last two games, with a win over Swansea and a point against Manchester City. However, those points came at home. Newcastle have taken just 24% of their total points this season out on the road. They still have a big game against Spurs to come on the final day of the season, which won’t be easy, so the threat of the drop is still realy. Newcastle fans will be worried about their team’s poor away record. They have lost their last nine away games in a row and have taken victories in just three of their last thirty games out on the road (W3 D3 L24). In their last 23 away games, Newcastle have only managed the 11 goals and they have had indiscipline problems at Anfield, with four players sent off in their last three trips there in the league. They have been battling much better, but their away form continues to blight them. Can they take anything away from Anfield?

Liverpool v Newcastle Betting Odds

Liverpool 3/5, Draw 16/5, Newcastle 9/2

Liverpool v Newcastle Predictions

The Reds have been going pretty well lately and even with a reshuffle they can get three points on the board, as they showed at Bournemouth last weekend. Both of these played in midweek, so neither is going to be fresher. You would have to side with the Reds here simply because Newcastle can’t get things right on the road and their defence is likely to slip up at some point. Shoot for both teams to score and a home win.

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22nd April 2016 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Premier League Betting

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