Spurs v Newcastle Betting Tips & Predictions

Tottenham are 23/20 favourites for the visit of Newcastle in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon, despite their poor performance and defeat at Old Trafford in midweek.

Antonio Conte’s Spurs are four points behind Arsenal after their second defeat in four Premier League matches.

The Lilywhites return home this weekend, however, where they have won all five of their league matches in 2022-23. Newcastle have lost just once in five matches on the road.

Richarlison is out for the hosts, and there is uncertainty over the availability of Dejan Kulusevski. Emerson Royal returns from suspension, but will probably only make the bench. 

Newcastle are without Allan Saint-Maximin, Alexander Isak, Emil Krafth and Matt Ritchie. Eddie Howe is unclear if Joelinton will be fit enough for this fixture.

Result: Draw

5/2 (Bet365)

Newcastle have been the Premier League’s draw specialists, sharing the spoils in six of their 11 matches so far.

Despite a reputation for leaky defensive teams, Howe has made the Magpies very solid, with just nine goals conceded. Only three teams have allowed fewer expected goals.

Spurs’ performances of late have been inconsistent, and their attack has been disjointed at points. The 3-5-2 has had success, but it often leaves a big gap between the midfield and the front two. 

Full of confidence and hard to beat, there’s value backing Newcastle to notch a seventh draw. 

Total Cards: Over 4.5

21/20 (BetVictor)

With a congested midfield, this could be a combative fixture. Frustration could easily get the better of Spurs if Newcastle absorb pressure, and the Magpies have the personnel to draw fouls when they counter.

Teams playing against Spurs average the most cards in the Premier League. Only five teams commit more fouls than Newcastle. 

Most Corners: Newcastle

21/10 (Sporting Index)

Newcastle average the joint-most corners in the Premier League. Spurs concede only slightly fewer than the Magpies per game. 

While the hosts will have periods of control, Newcastle will spend some time in Spurs’ final third. 

Spurs will even welcome them on to open up opportunities on the break. This market feels much closer than the 21/10 price suggests. 

All odds are subject to change

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