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Everton v Newcastle Prediction & Betting Tips, 5th December 2018


Everton v Newcastle Premier League Preview, 5th December 7.45pm

Both Everton and Newcastle suffered defeats over the weekend so will be keen to bounce back. The Toffees will be banking on their good home form to get them over the line following their disappointment in the Merseyside derby on the weekend. This is the highest quality opponent the Magpies have faced in a while away from home. Read our Everton v Newcastle betting tips for more.

Everton v Newcastle Betting Odds*

Everton 4/7
Draw 11/4
Newcastle 5/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 3rd, 2018 at 2:18 p.m.)

Everton News and Form

The Toffees were heartbroken deep into stoppage time of their Merseyside derby effort at Liverpool on the weekend. A mistake from keeper Jordan Pickford helped Liverpool bag the only goal of the game in the 96th minute. It leaves Everton at W5 D1 L2 in their last eight league games which is still a good return.

The Toffees are running very well at home at the moment. Not only do they have an overall record of W5 D1 L1 this season on home soil in the EPL but they have won their last four in a row there. That could be slightly skewed though as they haven’t played anyone currently in the top half of the table at home.

Everton have a clean sheet in two of their last three games. Everton to win to nil is at 6/4 odds* (betting odds taken on November 3rd, 2018 at 2:31 pm) and they have bagged a clean sheet in 43% of their home fixtures this term. Still, even with those clean sheets earned at Goodison Park, 29% of their home games have gone over 3.5 goals.

The Toffees have netted 13 goals in their seven home games, and 62% of those have been in the second half of games. The Toffees have been level at the halftime break in five of their home games this term and have conceded 67% of their home goals in the first half of games. Everton have scored first in five of their seven home games this season.

Everton v Newcastle Head to Head

Everton took a 1-0 home win over Newcastle last season
The Toffees are on a five-match winning streak against Newcastle
Newcastle have failed to score in their last five against Everton
Everton have won their last four home games against the Magpies
Newcastle are winless in six at Goodison

Newcastle News and Form

Newcastle were moving along well on a good four-match undefeated streak of form. Then West Ham showed up at St James’ Park on the weekend and smashed the Magpies 3-0. Away from home Newcastle are just a W1 D3 L2 for the season. Their only away win happened out at Burnley, who are currently sat in the bottom two in the table. Under 2.5 goals is at 10/11 odds* (betting odds taken on November 3rd, 2018 at 2:31 pm).

There have been just the five away goals scored by the Magpies this season. All of their five away goals have cropped up in the first half of games. Newcastle haven’t been defensively bad though, shipping just six goals in six away games. Four of those six have come against them after the half time break. That has helped them sit level at half time in four of their six away games and three of those were 0-0 draws.

So that should appeal as a half-time correct score option. Only Crystal Palace and Huddersfield have managed were league goals than Newcastle this season. Everton to win by a one-goal margin is at 5/2 odds* (betting odds taken on November 3rd, 2018 at 2:31 pm),. The trend there is that Newcastle’s two away defeats (Man City and Man Utd) have both only been by a one-goal margin

Who will win – Everton v Newcastle Predictions

It should be Everton all the way in this one. Their home form speaks for itself really and the Magpies got their recent away points at sides beneath them in the table. Everton can deliver maximum points. Home win to nil.

4th December 2018 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting

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Everton v Newcastle Prediction 17th September 2012

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Everton V Newcastle Recommended Bet:
Has a tight match written all over it. Everton are not a side which give too much away at home and although their strong start to the season went off the rails in their last match, they are still in pretty good form. The strength of Everton is their organisation in not conceding many goals and with Newcastle not fully hitting the powerful displays which they offered last season, a draw seems a fair result between these two. Everton will go as favourites to take this match though and they will be worth backing. They have won eight of their last ten at Goodison Park and they also have a very good run of form against the Magpies, losing just one in the last nine against the visitors. A home win Monday night’s game is trading at a price of 8/11with online bookmaker Bet365.

Everton Preview:
The Toffees came unstuck at the Hawthorns in their last match but you aren’t going to get too many sub-standard performances from them. Especially not at home. They have only played one home league match this season, which resulted in a superb 1-0 win over Manchester United. They have been dealt a bit of blow because they have lost Darren Gibson, who has been a solid performer in the Everton side, helping them tick along with their consistency. Other than that, Moyes has a strong squad to choose from. With just one defeat in their last ten league matches at Goodison, the Toffees look a sound bet here. Through Premier League history, these two sides have produced the second highest amount of red cards when meeting. Only Liverpool/Everton meetings have seen more red cards waved around. Until the Toffees crashed against West Brom, they had gone 11 Premier League matches without defeat, and despite being renowned for being slow out of the blocks to the start of new seasons, Everton have gotten things together quickly. They will look to the presence of Nikica Jelavic to trouble the Magpies back line.

Best Everton Bet:
You never really look for Everton to do things by big margins So backing the home side to win by a 1 Goal Margin for a price of 11/4 with online bookmaker Bet365 looks a decent call. They look evenly matched with the Magpies, but really should take advantage of playing on home turf here.

Newcastle Preview:
The Magpies look as if they are still trying to find their feet in the new season and get some momentum going behind them. One of the most notable factors about the Magpies is that Papiss Cisse, who exploded onto the scene last year has now gone five matches without scoring a goal. The away form of Alan Pardew’s men has not been great either, losing three of their last four away matches and importantly they will be missing keeper Tim Krul for the trip to Everton. He picked up an injury on international duty, and with Cheick Tiote and Fabricio Coloccini missing as well, Alan Pardew will have to dig deep here. Newcastle were comfortably beaten by Everton near the back end of last season and with Everton picking straight up where they left off last season, this is going to be a tough match for the Magpies to get through. They haven’t scored a first half goal this season either and if they get themselves behind at Goodison, then it could be a very long evening for them trying to break down the Toffees. Newcastle have only managed one win in their last nine visits to Merseyside to face Everton. Can they grind out a point?

Best Newcastle Bet:
Alan Pardew would probably be happy to see his side take a point away from this match. With Everton already having beaten Manchester United this season at Goodison, and with Everton’s strong home form, the Magpies may have to dig in. If they can dig in for a draw then it will be worth backing a +0.5 Asian Handicap for a price of 11/10 at online bookmaker Bet365.

Everton v Newcastle Betting Odds at Online Bookmaker Bet365:
Everton 8/11, Draw 11/4, Newcastle 15/4

Form (most recent result last):
Everton DWWWWL, Newcastle LWDLWD

Stat Attack:
Everton have only conceded three goals in their last twelve home games
Everton have won eight and lost one of their last 10 EPL home games
Newcastle have lost three of their last four Premier League away games
Newcastle are without a draw in 13 away from home

15th September 2012 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting

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Everton v Newcastle Prediction 13th May 2012


Everton V Newcastle

Everton Preview: It is not often that you will find Everton in a forgiving mood, and therefore they will be a tough challenge for Newcastle. The Toffees still have on their agenda a top seven finish, and a win would guarantee that they finish above rivals Liverpool. That would be a big triumph for David Moyes and his side, and Everton have been one of the most impressive sides over the second half of the season. Everton have lost just two matches since January 14th, and they head into the final day of the season on a stretch of eight matches unbeaten. With their good history of winning each of their last four final day of the season matches, there is a big possibility of another three points here to round off the season in style. Everton have won their last three home matches straight in the Premier League, and the addition and contribution of former Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic cannot be overlooked. He has netted seven goals in seven games for the Toffees, and has been a big part in Everton looking more dangerous going forward. The Toffees found their shooting boots recently, netting four goals in three matches in a row, but they have dried up again in the last couple of matches.

Everton resume business at Goodison Park on the back of two away draws, one against Stoke and one against Wolves. But still, they didn’t lose, and back at home, the Toffees are strong, winning six of their last seven league matches on home soil. Impressive stuff, and they are conceding at a rate of 0.7 goals per game at Goodison. Going forward, they average 1.38, which isn’t great, but it is enough to back up a very solid defence. Everton have kept five clean sheets in the last eight matches, and have looked pretty solid bankers at home since the turn of the year really. Everton will use their pride to stand up and try to finish above Liverpool and they will be good money for a win. If they manage to end the season above the Reds, then it will be just the second time in the last twenty five years it has happened, and the second time for Moyes, too. Moyes should be able to call on Leighton Baines, Phil Neville and Darron Gibson again. So they should be pretty strong and in terrific form at the moment.

Newcastle Preview: The Magpies could have asked for a much easier fixture on the final day of the season. But truthfully, there is not many people who would have predicted that they would be in such a good position come the final day. Newcastle have had a terrific season and still are harbouring dreams of a top four finish, which could mean Champions League football next season (as long as Chelsea don’t beat Bayern Munich in this season’s final). The Magpies were being written off as mid table hopefuls at best come the start of the season, but they have proven everyone wrong. Boss Alan Pardew, with the help of some shrewd transfer deals has taken the Magpies on a level and they have been inside the top seven all season long. They start the match in fifth place and in with a shot at that precious fourth place, but of course, their fate is out of their hands. All they can do is win and hope that both Arsenal and Spurs above them lose.

Papiss Cisse has been a sensation since his arrival on Tyneside and has netted 13 goals in 13 matches, including some stunning finishes. The Magpies have won three of their last four matches on the road, but how costly will that embarrassing 4-0 defeat at Wigan at the end of April be to them? Three points there and it would be Newcastle going into the final day of the season in the driving seat. But, all they can do in this situation, is complete a double over Everton for the season after beating the Toffees 2-1 at St James Park earlier in the season. Newcastle have won seven of their last nine league matches, and have a W8 D3 L7 record away from home this season. There has been two defeats in their last three league matches, the most recent match a crucial home defeat against title hopefuls Manchester City. But perhaps pointers can be taken from their recent visit to Stamford Bridge when they shone tactically in beating Chelsea. They know how to win on the road, and they have nothing left to lose and will therefore be a danger.

Odds: Everton 5/4, Newcastle 2/1, Draw 5/2 at BetFair

Form (most recent result last): Everton WDWDD, Newcastle WWLWL

Stat Attack:
Demba Ba hasn’t scored when starting alongside Papiss Cisse in twelve matches
Everton have only lost at home once in the last seven meetings with the Magpies
Newcastle have five clean sheets in the last seven games
Papiss Cisse has 13 in 13 games for Newcastle
Nikica Jelavic has 7 in 7 for Everton
Everton are on a run of four straight final day victories in the EPL

Recommended Bet: A tough match to call because of Newcastle’s strong form in general, going up against Everton, who are always strong at home. Will the recent wobbles of Newcastle make them anxious? They know they have to win and that is a lot of pressure. But Everton don’t crack easily and they have their own agenda. Very hard to call, so would look for an alternative route in Total Goals Over 3 for 2/1 at Bet365 because there is more than enough forward power on the pitch to hit this.

12th May 2012 / lee - Category: Premiership Betting

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EPL: Everton V Newcastle United – Saturday, 18th September

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Everton V Newcastle United

Kick-Off: Saturday, 18th September – 15:00 GMT

Venue: Goodison Park



League Position: 19th

League Form: DLDL

Despite failing to see his Everton side win a Premier League game, with the season now four games in, David Moyes will nevertheless be pleased with how his players conducted themselves in their latest encounter, well, sort of. He won’t be at all delighted with the fact that Everton are still no closer to breaking their win-less duct for the season and how poor defensively they were at the weekend, although will most definitely recognise how valuable a fixture Saturday’s home encounter with newly promoted Newcastle United really is.

In what was a sensational fixture at Goodison Park, Everton clawed their way out of the huge hole they dug, the hole Sylvan Distin pretty much single handily built, by stunning their opponents Manchester United with two stoppage strikes which spared Everton blushed and ensured at least one point would be added to the club’s rather dismal tally of two points collected from four outings.

The negatives were Everton’s drastic defending, with Distin at the heart of every defensive meltdown on Saturday – constantly out of position, slow and lethargic when tracking back and useless at tackling. With Phil Neville reportedly on the road to recovery, I would be surprised in the slightest to see Distin dropped to the bench sooner or later. The positives, or just positive, was how Everton never gave in and defied the seemingly mountainous odds stacked in front of them to squeeze an impossible point out of a game they had no right to take anything from. Tenacity isn’t often a word I associated with Everton these days but they had a tonne of the stuff at the weekend.

While a 3-3 draw with Manchester United was a fantastic result in the end, I do have huge levels of concern with Everton right now, mainly at the back. Everton are wonderful going forward, able to unlock any defence with their constant movement off-the-ball and second nature like link-up play, but at the back they are woeful leaving Tim Howard exposed every time they’re on the back foot. Fortunately, Everton should spend most of Saturday’s fixture on the front foot because Newcastle are primed and ready for the taking if you ask me, but Everton must take their chances at Goodison else they risk being made to look rather foolish if their back line doesn’t buck their ideas up.


Newcastle United

League Position: 14th

League Form: LDWL

The Toon Army were in high spirits heading into last weekend’s encounter with the Tangerines, but memories of their 6-0 romp over Aston Villa were all but cast aside and buried as Blackpool resigned the Magpies to their first home defeat of the campaign, leaving the club’s passionate and dedicated supporters shell shocked at what they just witnessed, which was basically watching their team lose to a side they convincingly beat 4-1 at St. James Park in the Championship last term.

According to Toon boss Chris Hughton, his players were given a ’reality check’ by Blackpool on Saturday, as the Magpies crashed to their second defeat of the season, their first at St. James Park. In a game Newcastle were firm favourites to clinch a valuable set of three points, the likes of Joey Barton, Kevin Nolan and the in form Andy Carroll just couldn’t find a way past Blackpool keeper Matt Gilks, whom was in breathtaking form. Newcastle certainly didn’t have any problems in the creating department, with their midfield easily getting to grips with the game and the Blackpool defence, but unlike on their last home encounter where they smashed Aston Villa for six with a clinical display, Newcastle lacked that cutting edge and composure in the final third which ultimately cost them the game.

Next up for Hughton’s Magpies is a trip to Everton, and with Newcastle now perilously close to the relegation zone the pressure is now on his players to deliver on Saturday as they look to out some breathing space between them and the bottom three clubs. You get the feeling that a point would be a good return from Saturday’s trip to Merseyside considering the circumstances. Whereas Newcastle are still reeling and feeling the affects from their miserable home meeting with Blackpool, the Toffee’s are buzzing following their stunning comeback against the mighty Red Devils, Manchester United. The mood in each camp couldn’t be more contrasting, but there’s no time for wallowing in self-pity for Newcastle as they must bounce back and fast, starting with this tricky encounter at Goodison Park.


Match Prediction: Everton to WIN – 1.67 Ladbrokes

I very much doubt Tim Howard will manage to keep a clean sheet with the form his defence are in right now, but I don’t see Newcastle scoring enough goals to match Everton’s achievements in front of goal.

There’s more than enough guile in this Everton attack to ensure all the spoils remain on Merseyside this Saturday. If Mikel Arteta and Steven Pienaar get it together then I see nothing other than a straightforward Everton win, if there is such a thing. The lack of a recognised forward is another concern, with Jermain Beckford struggling to have an impact at Premiership level, but Tim Cahill could be the Toffees’ match winner on Saturday with his marauding runs and bullet-like headers.

Soccer-Betting Value Bet: Tim Cahill to Score a Brace (2 or More) – 11.00 SkyBet


Match Odds:

Everton – Ladbrokes

Draw – 3.80 VCBet

Newcastle United – 6.00 Totesport

15th September 2010 / Matt - Category: Premiership Betting

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