Fulham vs Newcastle Predictions

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Under 2.5 Match Goals

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Newcastle 1-0

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Tip Reasoning

  • Under 2.5 goals have been scored in 21 of Fulham’s last 27 league games.
  • Ten of the Cottagers’ last 13 matches at home have produced under 2.5 goals.
  • Newcastle have won four of their last seven Premier League assignments.
  • Fulham have failed to score in nine of their last 13 home fixtures.

Newcastle’s extra motivation

Fulham’s clash with Newcastle on Sunday has the look of a final day dead-rubber, though the Magpies’ extra motivation to perform in London could help them to snatch three points at Craven Cottage.

Having toiled near the drop zone for the majority of the Premier League campaign, Newcastle could finish as high as 12th spot if results are favourable this weekend, though Steve Bruce’s men will have to work hard to edge out the Cottagers.

Despite their relegation and omnipresence in the bottom three, Fulham have rarely been hammered this season, indeed under 2.5 goals have been scored in 21 of their last 27 top-flight tussles – and the same market could be worth backing on Sunday.

Ten of the Cottagers’ last 13 matches on home soil produced two or fewer goals, though it’s also worth noting that Scott Parker’s side failed to register in nine of those contests, and their profligacy in front of goal could hold them back again when the Magpies visit.

With four wins in their last seven matches, Newcastle are finishing the season strongly, and having edged out Sheffield United 1-0 in midweek, our correct score prediction tips United to match that result against a goal-shy Fulham outfit in the capital.

Fulham injuries and team news

Terence Kogolo, Tom Cairney, Antonee Robinson and Harrison Reed miss out for Fulham, while loan signings Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mario Lemina, Josh Maja, Alphonse Areola, Joachim Andersen, Ademola Lookman and Ola Aina will all hope to play before returning to their parent clubs.

Newcastle injuries and team news

Joelinton, Allan Saint-Maximin and Joe Willock all came off in midweek, while Martin Dubravka was also struggling towards the end against Sheffield United. All four players could miss out on Sunday, adding to Newcastle’s lengthening injury list. Fabian Schar makes a welcome return from suspension however.

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