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Wolves vs Newcastle tips and predictions: Stretched Magpies backed to crumble at Molineux

Wolves against Newcastle is one of the dreariest fixtures out there. Don’t believe me? Check out the key stats! Despite this Planet Sport Bet ambassador Robbie Savage is backing an upset.

Wolves are on the back of a fantastic win at Bournemouth. Loved the insight from Gary O’Neil on the TV about the way he sets up his team, the due diligence, the process they go through in the week when they play against opposition.

Newcastle on the back of a loss in the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund. Picked up a couple of injuries as well. Jacob Murphy, who played so well in the previous league game.

I think Wolves might just nick this one. I’m going both teams to score in a 2-1 Wolves win.

Robbie’s Tip: Wolves 2-1 Newcastle



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Team news

Hugo Bueno is the only doubt for Wolves ahead of the weekend, with the Spaniard nursing a thigh injury.

Newcastle, on the other hand, are without Harvey Barnes, Sven Botman, Lewis Miley, Jacob Murphy and the suspended Sandro Tonali.

Alexander Isak is also a doubt.


Key stats 

- Ten of the last 16 Premier League meetings have ended in draws

- Both teams have scored in 15 of those 16 games

- Wolves are unbeaten in their last four Premier League games - their best run of form since January 2022

- Newcastle are unbeaten in five Premier League games, with four wins and four clean sheets to their name


Planet Sport’s other bets to consider

What’s that? You don’t like draws? Especially 1-1 draws? Well in that case, don’t bother tuning into this one.

Ten of the last 16 Premier League meetings between these two clubs have ended in draws. Six of the last nine meetings, meanwhile, have ended in the 1-1 scoreline.

Interestingly, Wolves and Newcastle currently boast two of the Premier League’s longest active undefeated streaks.

Gary O’Neil’s side went four-matches unbeaten with a 2-1 win over Bournemouth last weekend.

Eddie Howe’s men, on the other hand, went five-matches unbeaten with a 4-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace.

The issue, however, for the Magpies is a growing injury list coupled with European duties.

Newcastle are throwing their heart and soul into every minute of Champions League football – and so they should. But there is a risk that their continental duties and current injuries could impact league results.

Wolves have only lost two of their last 10 games at Molineux while the Magpies are winless at the ground in five attempts.

With Newcastle coming off a tough encounter against Dortmund in mid-week, Wolves will be determined to capitalise.

From a betting perspective, our recommendation is to back Wolves in the draw no bet market. Both teams to score is another nap considering it has landed in 15 of their last 16 meetings.

Wolves draw no bet

Both teams to score

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