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Newcastle United Betting Odds
From nearly being relegated just a few years ago to their current position, Newcastle United have had one of the fastest Premier League rises following the PIF takeover. St James' Park looks to be a fortress once again as Newcastle sit as the powerhouse of North East football. Historically, Newcastle are one of the most successful teams in English football but in recent history, they've performed incredibly poorly on the trophy hunt. Could that end in the 2022/23 season? They've certainly made the transfers to push forward and with the 2022/23 season being moved around to fit the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Newcastle could be one of the teams to benefit, so be sure to check out our Newcastle United betting odds for the current season.
Newcastle United Premier League Betting
Despite their upturn in form, winning the Premier League is well out of the grasp of Newcastle United. That is often reserved for teams such as Manchester City and Liverpool; however, Newcastle have shown that in individual games, they can hang with the bigger teams in the league and it looks likely that those in St James' Park will be celebrating more than they'll be commiserating. Newcastle haven't won the top league in England
So, what looks obtainable for Newcastle in the current season? Newcastle have defied the odds and are currently challenging for the top four while they were expected to be battling the likes of West Ham and Aston Villa for the 'best of the rest' title but the Magpies have flown well above expectations this season. Many think that a Champions League position is beyond Newcastle this season but their performances have indicated that Eddie Howe's side are right to have lofty expectations, one thing is for certain, you won't find them as favourites in the relegation betting market anytime soon.
Newcastle United EFL Cup Betting
In Newcastle's first full season with Eddie Howe at the helm, they reached the EFL Cup final in the 2022/23 season beating Premier League opposition in Crystal Palace, AFC Bournemouth, Leicester City and Southampton on their way to the final. As it stands, Newcastle are in the final against Manchester United and the odds state that they are underdogs in their first trip to Wembley stadium since 1999, will we see a player in a black and white striped kit lift an English domestic trophy? We'll find out in February of 2023 as two massive clubs face off in the final.
Newcastle United FA Cup Betting
Historically, Newcastle United's record in the FA Cup has been abysmal. In-fact, you could argue that they are the most underperforming club in recent history. Since their semi-final defeat to Manchester United in 2004/05, they have only made it beyond the fifth round on two occasions, losing to Chelsea and Manchester City in those games. The FA Cup seems to be a cursed competition for the Magpies and in their last fixture in the competition they were eliminated by Sheffield Wednesday in their first game. It is a trophy Newcastle could win but they will have to go against their form in the competition next year.
Newcastle United In Europe
For a club that has struggled in cup competitions, Newcastle have played in Europe a surprising number of times in the 2000's. Three spells in the UEFA Cup/Europa League and two in the Champions League. Their latest European campaign came in the 2012/13 season where they were beating in the Europa League by eventual finalists Benfica. It is believed that Newcastle United may push into the Champions or Europa Leagues in the upcoming season after fantastic form earlier in the season. However, they will need to prove that they can maintain it over the whole season rather than just over a small period. We think we may see Newcastle United in the Europa League next year with the Champions League being a step too far for one of the Premier League's meanest defences.
Newcastle United Transfer betting
After signing Alexander Isak for a club record fee earlier in the season, many expected Newcastle United to go on a massive spending spree and we would start seeing world class superstars in a black and white striped kit. Think as highly of Bruno Guimaraes as you wish but he wasn't quite what many were expecting on paper, in reality, he may be better but that speaks volumes about the transfer policy at Newcastle United at the moment. Most of the players they have brought in are young, talented players such as the previously aforementioned Isak, Anthony Gordon and Sven Botman with the latter being one of the stand-out talents in the league this season.
Newcastle aren't going to splash the cash on an ageing player but they have shown that if they can get a player experienced in English Football for the right price, they'll bring him to the North East.
Next Newcastle Manager Betting
It looks incredibly unlikely that Eddie Howe will be leaving St James' Park anytime soon. With this in mind, we currently don't have any 'Next Newcastle United Manager' betting markets available.
Betting on Goalscorers at Newcastle United
Newcastle United are a side that are very sturdy at the back but arguably not as good in attack. A large number of their games finish with under 2.5 goals but it can be arguably that injuries to Callum Wilson and Alexander Isak are the main contributor for that. The main goalscorer in the Newcastle team this season has been Miguel Almiron but the Paraguayan has found goals harder to come-by since the 2022 World Cup. We recommend using the under 2.5 goals market for Newcastle United after their insane run of clean sheets in the Premier League this season. If you're backing a Newcastle United goalscorer, we recommend looking at the odds of Alexander Isak who has a decent record for the Magpies despite playing a small number of minutes.
Betting on Cards in Newcastle United games
Newcastle United are tough to beat in the Premier League but that's mainly because they win the mental battle with the vast majority of teams in the league. Expect games including Newcastle and a top 6 team to feature many yellow cards but against teams lower in the table, especially at St James' Park, Newcastle will be the team who receive more yellow cards if the opposition can hold them for most of the game.