Fancy A Flutter Against Liverpool?
Written by Newcastle Utd
Newcastle United FC
Newcastle United's Official Betting Partner, Bet Butler, provides Magpies fans with some tips ahead of Sunday's fixture at Liverpool
Given Liverpool's poor form this season, it is surprising to see Newcastle as the underdogs in this game at 6.4, according to Official Betting Partner Bet Butler.
Liverpool have won just seven of their last 24 home games since the start of last season, while only the current top two have beaten Newcastle this season.
The Magpies are yet to win away this campaign, but they have lost just three out of 11 trips to midtable teams since the start of last season.
Liverpool are showing some signs of improvement, having avoided defeated in their last four game, but look far too short at 1.62. There's big value in the Newcastle away win at 6.4, but the best bet is backing Newcastle with the (+1) Asian Handicap at 2.0. Liverpool have won just four of their last 24 home games by more than one goal.
Reds frontman Luis Suarez is the favourite to score first at 5.5, but Demba Ba offers the best value to net the opening goal at 10.0 as Newcastle have scored first in six of their last ten games against midtable teams.
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// West Brom v Southampton: WBA have won 4/6 home matches against promoted teams while bottom-six promoted teams have lost 66% of away matches against top-half teams since 2007-08. West Brom @ 1.75.
// Borussia Dortmund v SfB Stuttgart: Dortmund have won 11/13 home matches against top-half teams while VfB Stuttgart have lost 6/9 away matches against top-six teams. Dortmund have had W/W double results in 14/18 home matches. Dortmund Half Time/Full Time @2.02.
// Crystal Palace v Blackburn: There have been under 2.5 goals in 11/20 C Palace home matches and in 4/6 Blackburn away matches. Under 2.5 Match Goals @ 2.04.
(Odds correct as of Thursday, 1st November, 3pm)