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Newcastle vs AFC Bournemouth Predictions

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Newcastle -1

Reason for tip

Newcastle are unbeaten at home this season with one win and two draws, and the only visiting team to score against them at St James’ Park are Manchester City.  Bournemouth have conceded 15 goals in just three games away from home in the league and all three of their losses have been by more than one goal, so backing Newcastle with a -1 handicap appeals.

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Newcastle 3-0

Reason for tip

Bournemouth have lost 4-0 at Man City and 9-0 at Liverpool this term before winning 3-2 at Forest, and they trailed 2-0 in that clash before fighting back. Newcastle have two clean sheets in three attempts at home and can win without conceding against the Cherries so a 3-0 win for the hosts stands out.

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Alexander Isak To Score Anytime

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Newcastle may be without Bruno Guimaraes, Allan Saint-Maximin and Callum Wilson as they are all rated as doubts so summer recruit Alexander Isak looks a good contender for an anytime goal. The Swede struck against Liverpool on his debut and managed three shots against Palace so is getting plenty of chances, and as such he stands out as an anytime scorer option.

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Newcastle vs AFC Bournemouth Predictions

  • Newcastle are unbeaten at home this season.
  • Only Manchester City have scored against the Magpies at St James’ Park.
  • Bournemouth have conceded 15 goals in just three away games.
  • Alexander Isak has one goal in two Newcastle appearances since joining from Real Sociedad.

Newcastle boss Howe comes up against former club

Newcastle have made a strong start to the season but they’ve still only managed one win in six Premier League attempts so far, and the visit of Bournemouth looks a good opportunity to claim a second.

The Cherries, who are unbeaten in two games under interim boss Gary O’Neil, go into the game on the back of an impressive comeback win over fellow promoted outfit Nottingham Forest but may struggle to back that up with a result on Saturday.

Newcastle making St James’ Park a fortress

The Magpies are unbeaten after three home games this season with one win and two draws. One of those stalemates came in a 3-3 thriller with Manchester City, and they were arguably unlucky not to take all three in a goalless draw with Crystal Palace.

In these early stages of the season it looks as if Newcastle may be able to make their home ground a bit of a fortress and they can beat manager Eddie Howe’s former club Bournemouth with room to spare on Saturday.

Bournemouth have lost 4-0 at Man City and 9-0 at Liverpool this term before winning 3-2 at Forest, and they trailed 2-0 in that clash before fighting back.

Only City have managed to score against Newcastle at St James’ Park so if they do take a lead it is hard to see the visitors getting back into the game and a 3-0 win for Newcastle looks to have a chance, given Bournemouth’s poor defensive record away.

Newcastle new boy looks a real threat

Newcastle may be without Bruno Guimaraes, Allan Saint-Maximin and Callum Wilson as they are all rated as doubts so summer recruit Alexander Isak looks a good contender for an anytime goal.

The Swede struck against Liverpool on his debut and managed three shots against Palace so is getting plenty of chances, and as such he stands out as an anytime scorer option.

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