Newcastle have had a tough start to the Premier League season with just one point taken from their first four games. Last time out they were defeated 4-1 by Man United though they created chances against the Red Devils. At home, the North-Eastern side have been involved in entertaining battles with a 2-2 draw against Southampton and prior to that a 4-2 defeat to West Ham.
Leeds are also seeking their first victory of the campaign with two draws and two defeats from their first four matches. They were easily pushed aside by Liverpool last time out going down 3-0 at home to the Merseyside outfit. On the road, United have drawn at Burnley and lost heavily to Man Utd.
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Newcastle vs Leeds: Match Stats
The four games the Magpies have played this season have produced a total of 17 while the last seven the Yorkshire side have been involved on the road have produced 22. Goals look likely and while 2.5 looks safe over 3.5 looks worth the bit of boost you get on the price.
Ciaran Clark has yet to find the back of the net this season but he does tend to be a target for set-pieces and against a Leeds side who often struggle to defend these he looks worth a small interest at double figure odds to score at any time.
Newcastle vs Leeds: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Newcastle 2-2 Leeds
Newcastle vs Leeds: Odds
Newcastle vs Leeds: Head to Head
26 January 2021: Newcastle 1-2 Leeds- Premier League
16 December 2020 – Leeds 5-2 Newcastle – Premier League
14 April 2017 – Newcastle 1-1 Leeds – Championship
20 November 2016 – Leeds 0-2 Newcastle – Championship
25 September 2013 – Newcastle 2-0 Leeds – League Cup
Leeds’ 5-2 win over Newcastle last term was an excellent game, which also brought a winless run to an end. The Whites followed that up the following month with a further victory at St James’ Park, giving them a double over the Magpies in the Premier League.