Newcastle 2022/23 odds: Top Four Finish, Top Six, Outright Cup odds and more

Newcastle United 2022/23 odds: Top Four Finish, Top Six, Outright Cup odds and more

Newcastle United are embarking on their first full season under Eddie Howe’s stewardship and the Magpies boss has been backed by the new owners in the transfer market. Get the latest Newcastle betting odds here.

Newcastle Top Four Finish odds

Success won’t come for Newcastle overnight but there have already been a lot of promising signs for the Magpies since Howe took charge and their ownership changed. Newcastle went from favourites to be relegated to securing their safety pretty comfortably, finishing the season in 11th, just two points outside the top half and a massive 14 clear of the drop zone.

While that will have been good enough in the Mike Ashley era, this is just the start for Newcastle and they have looked to kick on from that for the new season. After signing Bruno Guimaraes and Kieran Trippier in January, Newcastle have added a further three players to their squad this summer, strengthening in key areas. Matt Targett’s loan from Aston Villa was made permanent, while Sven Botman and Nick Pope have also been brought in to shore up the defence.

There would have still been doubts surrounding Newcastle and what they are capable of, but the Magpies have had a positive start to the new season. In their opening match, the Magpies beat newly-promoted Nottingham Forest 2-0 before a goalless draw with Brighton and Hove Albion, currently placing them fifth. While it may be too early for the table to have any true indication on how the season will end, there are reason for Newcastle fans to be optimistic.

In fact, Paddy Power are offering odds of 15/2 for Newcastle to finish in the top four of the Premier League this season, the highest of any club outside the so-called Big Six.

Find the latest Premier League top four odds for the 2022/2023 season here:

Club Chance Paddy Power Sky Bet
Man City 99.90% 1/200 1/100
Liverpool 94.85% 3/10 1/4
Arsenal 86.34% 2/5 4/11
Tottenham 51.34%  8/15 4/9
Chelsea 47.21% 11/10 11/10
Man Utd 7.66% 7/5 13/8
Brighton 11.63% 13/1 18/1
Newcastle 0.25% 16/1 12/1
West Ham 0.13% 40/1 80/1
Crystal Palace 0.22% 50/1 50/1
Probability % provided by StatsPerform
You have to be 18+ to gamble. All odds within this article are accurate at the time of writing (14:50, 27/09/2022). BeGambleAware.

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Newcastle UEL Qualification odds

Champions League qualification could be out of reach for Newcastle, given the strength of last season’s top four and the gap they have to bridge, but a top six finish shouldn’t be out of the question. Last season in the Premier League it felt as if no one wanted to secure a top six finish, with Manchester United and West Ham both losing on the final day of the season, the latter missing an opportunity to leapfrog the Red Devils.

It has been a long time since Newcastle finished in the top six of the Premier League, last managing to do so in 2021/22 when they finished fifth. That secured a spot in the Europa League play-off round as the group stage spot went to fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur after sixth-placed Chelsea won the Champions League.

After beating Atromitos, Newcastle rubbed shoulders with the likes of Bordeaux, Maritimo and Club Brugge in the group stage, finishing second. The Magpies then knocked out Hannover and Anzhi Makhachkala before losing to eventual runners-up Benfica in the quarter-finals.

Newcastle are currently 13/8 with Sky Bet to finish in the top six of the Premier League this season.

Newcastle to win a cup odds

Away from the Premier League, Newcastle fans may fancy their chances of a good cup run, especially if the bigger sides opt to prioritise the league and European competitions in what will be a strange season due to the World Cup break. The Magpies haven’t won a major trophy since the 1954/55 FA Cup and haven’t reached the final of a cup since the 2001/02 Uefa Intertoto Cup.

Newcastle are currently 16/1 to win the FA Cup and 16/1 to win the EFL Cup this season with 888 Sport.

Howe’s side have been given a solid start in the EFL Cup, drawn against League Two side Tranmere Rovers in the second round, so something could happen here.

Other Newcastle odds

There are a lot of markets on offer surrounding the Premier League this season and, of course, they are ever-changing due to the amount of games being played. But after two matches in the Premier League, Newcastle are just 5/6 with Sky Bet to finish higher than Manchester United this season, thanks in part to the latter currently sitting bottom of the table. And looking at manager’s job security, Howe is as long as 33/1 with Sky Bet to be the next Premier League boss sacked.


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