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Betting odds for Spurs on Sunday

Newcastle will be hoping to bounce back from last-gasp goals in the two matches before the international break, but they still sit fifth in the Premier League form table over the last ten games ahead of Sunday's trip to Tottenham.

Before the late strikes from Chelsea and Everton, it was six wins in seven for the Magpies, a run which took them clear of the drop zone and now they go into the weekend just five points off the top half.

That could get even better if recent form away at Spurs continues, as the Magpies have won four and drawn one of their seven most recent away matches against the North Londoners.

Both sides are also on a run of 18 league matches without a 0-0, so it's not unreasonable to expect goalmouth action in a fixture that has yielded at least four goals in three of the last four head-to-heads.

Each of the last ten fixtures hosted by Tottenham have also featured at least one goal before the half time interval and Newcastle are available at 5/1 for a half-time lead, while Eddie Howe's men have also been boosted from 9/1 to 11/1 to win with both teams scoring.

Joelinton was catching the eye before the international break and both of his previous strikes against Tottenham were opening goals of the game, so the 16/1 up for grabs on the Brazilian in the first goalscorer betting may prove attractive to visiting supporters.

Punters are also hopeful that Allan Saint-Maximin will be back in the starting line-up after returning from injury with substitute appearances against both Chelsea and Everton. He headlines the BoyleSports price boosts for the 4.30pm kick-off as he has been enhanced from 12/1 to 18/1 to score in a Newcastle victory.

Newcastle to win & Saint-Maximin to score - was 12/1... now 18/1

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