Leicester Are The Value Bet For Saturday’s Live Match At Newcastle


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Newcastle United and Leicester City are going in very different directions in the Premier League table and it is the Foxes who are tipped to continue on their upward trajectory when they travel to St James’ Park for Saturday evening’s live game on BT Sport…

Leicester have won their past four meetings with Newcastle and haven’t conceded a single goal in that time
Newcastle have lost five of their past six league games
Leonardo Ulloa has scored four in five appearances against Newcastle
Saturday 9th December – 5.30pm

Newcastle v Leicester


Leicester win with ‘draw no bet’
   Best Bet

@ 11 / 10

William Hill

Recent Results

Newcastle have been producing some woeful football of late as they have won just one of their past ten league matches (drawn three, lost six) and they have failed to win any of their last six (drawn one, lost five) to plummet towards the relegation zone.

The Magpies have conceded at least two goals in each of their past four outings and it is difficult to make a case for them winning on Saturday, with Paddy Power pricing them 8/5 in what is a tight betting market.

Newcastle have failed to score in losing each of their past two home games and we think they will struggle against a Leicester side that has found some form following a slow start, with the Foxes losing only two of their past ten (won four, drawn four).

Claude Puel’s men are actually unbeaten in five on the road and we are going to back Leicester to win with the ‘draw no bet’ at 11/10 with William Hill.
Match Odds:

Head-To-Head Record

The visitors are very much the value here as they have won each of the past four Newcastle v Leicester fixtures without conceding a single goal and the Foxes win to nil is a juicy 4/1 with Paddy Power.

It looks a decent bet as Newcastle have failed to score when losing their past two home league games and they have been shipping goals at the other end.

Shinji Okazaki, who has scored five goals in all formats this season, notched in both of his previous appearances against Newcastle and he is 29/10 to score at anytime (Unibet).

Finally, Leonardo Ulloa has enjoyed very little first team action this season, playing just a couple of League Cup games, but he could be worth a look to strike if he does get a chance on Saturday. The 31-year-old is 13/5 to score at anytime and he has scored four goals in five previous matches against Newcastle.
First Goalscorer Odds:

Posted: Thursday, 7th December 2017

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