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After earning a dramatic win over Leicester on Sunday, Newcastle have recorded a fifth successive home win in the Premier League and in doing so, have all but secured survival for another season.
While now the target for Eddie Howe and his men will be a top-ten finish and if they can get the better of Crystal Palace in midweek, then such a desire suddenly becomes all the more realistic.
Continue reading for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
After their win over Leicester on Sunday, Newcastle have managed to turn St James’ Park into something of a fortress and they will not be willing to roll out the red carpet to Crystal Palace in midweek.
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Although Newcastle are yet to reach the hallowed 40-point marker, you get the feeling that such a number is not necessary for this season and if they failed to earn another positive result between now and the final day, they would still be fine in terms of relegation.
Because with 37 to their name, they now find themselves 12 points clear of Burnley and when you consider that the Clarets have won just four games all season, they would need to do that and more to swallow up the Magpies.
Which means with survival now secured, manager Eddie Howe will not want to stop there and with the way that Newcastle are playing these days and especially at home, a top-ten finish is not out of reach.
Especially if the St James’ Park outfit play as they did last Sunday and although they may have been slow out of the blocks against Leicester, they gave everything until the final seconds of the game.
Something which paid dividends right at the depth and with Bruno Guimaraes already finding a leveller in the first half, the Brazilian was then on hand to score the winner in the last minute of added time.
Although Crystal Palace may have secured one trip to Wembley this season, they could not engineer another and after offering a stubborn resolve against Chelsea, the Eagles finally had their wings clipped in the end.
By virtue of their 2-0 defeat on Sunday, it means that Patrick Vieria’s men now only have the Premier League as a going concern between now and the final day and although their cup exit will be a bitter disappointment, it should also be a measure of how far they have come.
Because this is a Crystal Palace side that many tipped for relegation and with them being nowhere near the bottom three at any point of this season, those particular tips are not ones that can be considered top in any way.
Now though, manager Vieria must deal with that same disappointment from the weekend and make sure it does not leak into midweek action. While if there is ever a time for Palace to have a cup hangover, Wednesday will likely be it.
Of course, Palace are still very much in the mix when it comes to a top-ten finish and if they are to end up in that half of the league ladder, then keeping Newcastle at bay will certainly aid their ongoing quest.
When it comes to the history of Newcastle and Crystal Palace, it is the Magpies who have come out on top more often than not and with Eddie Howe’s men now clear of the relegation zone, they will look to reel in Crystal Palace above them.
St James’ Park opened in 1925 and holds up to 51,500 supporters.
Although St James Park gives up a little in terms of capacity, it arguably packs the biggest noise in the Premier League and with the club being down on their luck in the first half of the season, their fans continued to stand by them.
While it is this loyalty that has been repaid in spades during the second half of the campaign, their continual support at home has played a big part in Newcastle distancing themselves from the Premier League relegation zone.
When it comes to these two teams, the only Premier League outright market of interest will be a top-ten finish and whoever comes out on top in midweek, will only see their odds shorten even further.
For Newcastle, it is a chance to continue their momentum and the higher the table they can finish, the more attractive a proposition they will be when it comes to landing new signings in the summer.