Match: Newcastle vs Manchester United
League: English Premier League
Date: Sunday, 6 October 2019
Kick-off at 16:30 UK / 17:30 CET
Venue: St. James Park (Newcastle)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not yet seen his team enjoy success on the road this season and will seek to exploit Newcastle’s sad race at home to save his skin this weekend.
- Manchester United have won their last two games in a race.
- Newcastle won twice in its previous ten games.
- Three of his last five games have seen both teams find the bottom of the net.
- Newcastle have cleared twice in their last seven games here, while Manchester United have scored four times.
- Only one of his previous ten games ended in a stalemate.
The Magpies have not won in their last five games in a race, the last of which was a huge 5-0 on the road in the hands of Leicester on the road. With only one victory in its last seven high-flying games, Newcastle is only three points from the end of the game.
Things did not go well for home hosts, where they only got two points out of nine possible.
In contrast, Manchester United is experiencing its worst start in decades. Despite raising the bar on the first day with a 4-0 victory over the Blues, the team has weakened, placing it in tenth place with only two wins.
During their last fight at home, Arsenal forced them to share the loot. Along the way, they succumbed to a defeat against the Hammers. However, the Red Devils hope to redeem themselves this week, while Steve Bruce’s men fight as the first, as mentioned earlier, even with an intact home advantage.
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Given that four of his last six visits to this site have also been seen, it is quite possible to believe that Manchester United will be able to defeat the Magpies on Sunday.
In addition, none of the teams showed enthusiasm for accumulating goals. The hosts have found the back of the net only once in their last three games here, while Manchester United added only two points to their previous performances.
Given that your last clash here also counted less than 2.5 goals on the charts, count on Ole’s men to conclude the match with a goal or two at most.
- Manchester United wins 1.80 (4/5)
- Manchester United 1-0 at 7:00 (6/1)