Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at St. James’ Park comes in the form of a Newcastle United victory, featuring a goal from Miguel Almiron.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £75 with Bet365.
Two sides fresh off impressive results last time out are set to lock horns in a Premier League clash at St. James’ Park on Saturday, October 29th.
The matchup in question will see high-flying Newcastle United play host to an Aston Villa outfit boasting a new lease of life.
First, let’s take a look at the recent efforts of the former.
Newcastle, of course, have enjoyed an altogether impressive campaign to date.
On the back of some altogether savvy work on the transfer front over the summer, the cash-laden Magpies have slipped to just a solitary defeat across their first 12 fixtures of the term. This marks a joint-best record in the English top-flight, alongside top-two Arsenal and Manchester City.
Not only that, but recent weeks have seen Eddie Howe’s troops put their struggles in converting single-point hauls into three firmly behind them.
A hugely impressive 2-1 triumph at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium last weekend marked a fourth win in five, guiding Newcastle to the dizzying heights of 4th in the Premier League table.
Owing in no small part to the brilliance of the rejuvenated Miguel Almiron, who has now found the back of the net five times in his last five appearances, the Geordie outfit, in turn, look ready to upset the established order in England’s top tier far sooner than expected.
The upcoming visitors to Tyneside, though, will themselves head into Saturday’s action brimming with confidence.
This comes with Aston Villa fresh off the most head-turning of bounce-back results last time out.
The Claret and Blue marked their return to action last weekend with long-maligned head coach Steven Gerrard, of course, no longer in the dugout.
And, safe to say, the decision on the part of the powers that be at Villa park paid immediate dividends, en route to an eventual 4-0 drubbing of Brentford.
Despite having endured nothing short of a nightmare season to date, the Villans, as a result, have climbed three points clear of the Premier League’s bottom-three.
With widely respected ex-Arsenal boss Unai Emery having since been handed the reins in the English Midlands, things, all of a sudden, are therefore looking up for Saturday’s visitors.
And yet, we at 101 nevertheless envision Newcastle ultimately proving too much for Villa come the full-time whistle at St. James’ Park.