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Newcastle vs Wolves: Predictions
Newcastle face arguably their biggest game of the season this weekend, with just three points currently separating them from Fulham in 18th. Scott Parker’s side have been on an upward trajectory in recent weeks and have blown this relegation battle wide open.
Back-to-back defeats for Steve Bruce has kept the Magpies dangling precariously above the drop zone and if further points full by the wayside on Saturday, as well as Fulham nicking a result against a Wilfried Zaha-less Crystal Palace, then they could finish the weekend in the bottom three.
Their most recent defeats came away to Man Utd and Chelsea, so Bruce will certainly welcome a home tie against a non ‘Big Six’ opponent, but Wolves have been in a bit of form of late and are still looking over their shoulder themselves, so will not be resting on their laurels when they head to St. James’ Park.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side could conceivably climb into the top half of the table with a win, but defeat in the North East would reduce the gap to just five points between themselves and Newcastle. However, the club are on a four-game unbeaten streak at present, including three wins in that time.
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Newcastle vs Wolves: Match Stats
Quite incredibly the last four Premier League meetings between these two clubs have ended in 1-1 draws. In fact, of all the league fixtures to have been played at least 10 times, Newcastle vs Wolves has seen the highest percentage of those to finish in a draw (73%). Six of their last seven league meetings (including Championship ties) have also finished with under 2.5 goals.
Even more incredibly, in all 11 Premier League meetings between Newcastle and Wolves, both teams have scored in each of those games, making it the most played fixture in the competition in which neither side has kept a clean sheet. There are goals in this fixture, certainly, but historically not a lot.
Newcastle vs Wolves: Squawka Says
Scoreline prediction: Newcastle 1-1 Wolves
Newcastle vs Wolves: Odds
Newcastle vs Wolves: Head to Head
25 October 2020 – Wolves 1-1 Newcastle – Premier League
11 January 2020 – Wolves 1-1 Newcastle – Premier League
27 October 2019 – Newcastle 1-1 Wolves – Premier League
11 February 2019 – Wolves 1-1 Newcastle – Premier League
09 December 2018 – Newcastle 1-2 Wolves – Premier League
As mentioned this is a fixture where over 70% of Premier League fixtures have ended in a draw, or in other words: eight of the 11 meetings have resulted in a stalemate. Their most recent 1-1 draw came in late-October, with both goals coming in the final 10 minutes. Raul Jimenez netted what he thought was the winner in the closing stages, before Jacob Murphy struck back to seal a late point.