Newcastle – Leicester – Premier League Prediction and Preview: 9th December 2017
Newcastle occupies the 15th position of the Premier League, with 15 points accumulated in 15 championship games. The hosts have moderate developments lately, with 4 defeats suffered in 5 stages. Recently, Newcastle succumbed to the Chelsea field with a score of 3-1. The Irishman C. Clark is the top scorer of the team in the championship, and he has managed to score twice so far. The hosts can not rely on this injury duel for Ch. Atshu, P. Dummett and J. Lascelles.
On the other side, Leicester is ranked 9th in the league’s first league in England, with 20 points in 15 stages. Guests are on an ascending slope with two consecutive successes in the championship. The previous round, Vardy & co defeated Burnley on his own field, with a score of 1-0. Englishman Jamie Vardy is the best scorer in the championship, with 7 goals scored in 15 stages. Ad. Silva is suspended for this move, while R. Huth and M. James are injured.
Leicester is trying to return to Europe this year, and they are going through a good period. I’m expecting a game dominated by the former champion, not excluding their victory.
Even though they have been through a strong form, Claude Puel’s team has poor numbers in trips, where he has only won three games in the last 29! The former champion is courageous but knowing he has won the last four consecutive matches with Newcastle, each time without a goal. In fact, the “Both Mark” bet has not been a winner in any of the last seven straight duels, and the numbers can balance a little over the weekend. And that’s because Newcastle and Leicester are offensive potential bands that have fast players and passionate managers of the show. Without a goal in the last four matches with Newcastle, Leicester will not be easy to control Gayle, Ritchie and Josel, Benitez’s naked men.
Newcastle gets many goals
Both bands show that they have holes in the defensive, which their rivals use constantly. Newcastle has received at least two goals in each of its last 4 matches (1-4 with Manchester United, 0-3 with Watford, 2-2 with WBA and 1-3 with Chelsea), and Vardy and Mahrez will have They show their qualities. Leicester has only a failure in the last 6 stages and comes in the North with a well-established game. Balance urges us to look for value in other bookmaking markets, but Leicester seems to have the first chance, judging by the shape of the moment. The Midlands team impressed with Tottenham (2-1) and Burnley (1-0) and is backed by bettors across the globe.