Fancy A Flutter Against Stoke?
Written by Newcastle Utd
Newcastle's Official Betting Partner Bet Butler provides Magpies fans with some tips ahead of Wednesday's game at Stoke
Newcastle United travel to the Potteries to face Stoke City on Wednesday night, with Official Club Betting Partner Bet Butler putting the Magpies at 4.5 to record their first away win of the season.
They say there are no easy games in the Premier League and Sunday's defeat at Southampton went to prove this. Wednesday at the Britannia Stadium will be no walk in the park either.
Stoke are one of three teams yet to lose at home this season, while Newcastle haven't triumphed on their travels. However, United did do the double over the Potters last season, scoring three goals in both games.
Newcastle were ahead at the break in both of those games and in four of the last six head to heads between these sides. In addition, the Toon have been in front at the break twice in their six away games so far, despite not winning at full-time.
Correct score 1-1 is also worth a cover as Stoke have scored more than one goal in a home match just once this season, while Newcastle have already had two 1-1 draws away from home. Correct score is a tempting 10.0.
Looking at the likely scorers, we much prefer the last scorer market for Newcastle players as the Magpies have conceded first in four of their six away matches so far, while Stoke are yet to concede first at home this season. Demba Ba to score last is available at 8.0, with Papiss Cisse also at 8.0.
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// Southampton v Norwich: Southampton have taken eight points from their last five home games, while Norwich are yet to win away this season. Southampton win @ 2.2.
// Everton v Arsenal: Arsenal have lost the first half in eight out of 11 away matches against top-six teams and they have had L/L HT/FT double results in 7/11 such matches. Everton have won 7/10 home matches against top-six teams. Everton @ 2.62.
// Ross County v St Mirren: Ross County have drawn the first half in five out of seven home matches as have St Mirren in 10 out of 17 away matches. St Mirren have drawn 6 out of 10 away matches against bottom-six teams. Half-time draw @ 2.22.
Odds correct as of Monday, 26th November, at 7pm