Newcastle vs Chelsea prediction, betting tips & odds
High-flying Newcastle hosts Chelsea this weekend, and we have brought you betting tips from this game so you can win some money.
Saturday, November 12, 18:30 (GMT+1)
Graham Potter will be looking for his first Premier League win since October. However, Eddie Howe will hope to remain unbeaten at home this season as both teams head into the 2022 World Cup break.
Newcastle bagged a 4-1 win in their last EPL game, away at Southampton, while Chelsea lost 1-0 to Arsenal at Stamford Bridge in the London Derby.
Chelsea have won the last four meetings against Newcastle, but that could change in this fixture considering the form of both teams.
We have analyzed this clash and predicted the likely outcomes, stating why we think these outcomes will happen.
Newcastle v Chelsea betting tips
Newcastle to win @ 2.37 odds
Newcastle have not lost in their last 10 games, with nine of those games coming in the Premier League. The Magpies are also on a four-game winning streak in the league and are brimming with confidence. Eddie Howe's team has been in excellent form and would like to go into the 2022 World Cup break on a high note. St. James’ Park has been a great fortress this season, as they are unbeaten when playing in front of their fans.
Under 4.5 Cards @ 1.74
Past fixtures between both teams has not produced many bookings. Eight of their last ten meetings has produced less than less than five cards and we think the trend will continue this weekend. Furthermore, seven of the last eight games involving the Blues has produced less than five cards while it has been the same in eight of the last ten games involving Newcastle.
Newcastle United to score over 1.5 Goals @ 2.22
Newcastle United have been in great goalscoring form lately, scoring ten goals in their last three Premier League games. The Magpies have also scored at least two goals against the top six teams this season, with the exception of Manchester United (0-0 draw). We are backing the Toon Army to get at least two goals against the Blues this weekend.