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Bet Goal-Fest for Newcastle vs Bournemouth

Host Newcastle are in search of three points to get back in the conversation for European football whereas Bournemouth look to get into the top half of the table. Check out our Premier League best bets and best soccer predictions for this clash.


Bet Goal-Fest for Newcastle vs Bournemouth
Bet Goal-Fest for Newcastle vs Bournemouth

Newcastle vs Bournemouth Match Information

1. Match: Newcastle (11-3-10) vs Bournemouth (7-6-10)
2. Location: St. James’ Park, Newcastle, England
3. Day/Time: Saturday, Feb. 17, 10 a.m. ET
4. Newcastle vs Bournemouth Live Stream: Fubo.tv


Buoyed by a 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest, Newcastle United will look to give fans yet another reason to celebrate when they take on Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon.

The Magpies have been scoring goals for fun of late and, as a result, they are favorites to win this match in Las Vegas soccer odds

The Cherries, meanwhile, failed to impress in a 3-1 defeat to Fulham and we do not believe that they are capable of spoiling Newcastle’s party at St James’ Park, but they should have enough to find the back of the net

Newcastle is the betting favorite in our sportsbook, with -125 odds to win the match.

You can watch the Newcastle vs. Bournemouth game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV this Saturday, Feb. 17th, at 10 am.


Newcastle vs Bournemouth Odds and Spreads

1. Both teams have scored in Newcastle’s last three Premier League home games.
2. Newcastle scored over 1.5 goals in three of their last four Premier League home matches.
3. Bournemouth lost two of their last seven Premier League road games.
4. Bournemouth scored over 1.5 goals in four of their last seven Premier League away games.
5. Newcastle failed to win their last three Premier League home games.
6. Bournemouth managed to win the reverse fixture beating Newcastle 2-0 in front of their fans.
7. Newcastle has one of the best attacks in the league with 29 goals scored in 12 home games.
8. Bournemouth scored 19 and conceded 27 goals in 12 road games.


Newcastle vs Bournemouth Over/Under Pick: Over (-106)

The Magpies have been on fire in front of goal this season. In 24 games, Newcastle have scored 51 goals, giving them an average of 2.13 goals a game. However, Newcastle has struggled at the other end of the pitch, conceding 39 goals and keeping seven clean sheets.

The Cherries have scored just 31 goals in 24 games, which gives them an average of 1.35 goals a game. They’ve conceded 44 goals, an average of 1.91 goals conceded a game, and have kept just five clean sheets.

If you’re betting online, you should bet the over as we expect a high-scoring affair between two teams with great attacking weapons but struggling at the back.

Newcastle vs Bournemouth Player Prop Pick: Dominic Solanke 1+ Goals (+175)

Bournemouth talisman Dominic Solanke has blanked in successive matches for the first time since November, but on that occasion, he ended that drought by scoring both goals in the Cherries’ head-to-head win.

He is one of the top scorers in the league with 13 goals, the third most in the league and if you love soccer player props, he is the player to watch and bet on.

Newcastle vs Bournemouth Best Game Prop: Over 2½ and Both Teams To Score – Yes (-140)

Newcastle United has reignited their European hopes in recent weeks after claiming two victories in their last three. However, they will need a solid end to the season if they are to finish in the top six as they already sit five points behind Man United.

The Cherries have looked threatening in the final third across recent months, scoring in 14 of their last 15 league matches.

Newcastle vs Bournemouth Prediction

Newcastle 3, Bournemouth 2



Questions of the Day

Who could score for Newcastle against Bournemouth?

Midfield general Bruno Guimaraes missed the reverse fixture through suspension, but he comes into this clash in fine form after scoring a match-winning brace against Forest last week. He is the player to watch and bet on.

When will Alexander Isak return from injury?

Alexander Isak suffered his injury in the 3-1 victory over Aston Villa at the end of January, getting subbed off the pitch after going down then and there.
The initial reports suggested a two-to-four-week recovery period for Isak, but it’s looking better for him these days as Eddie Howe revealed he should only miss a couple of games.

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