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Betting Guide: Newcastle United vs QPR

betting guide Written by Angus Watt Having hit a little form, I fear that the bookies might have overreacted and have Newcastle a bit short at 10/11 in the match market. I’m there looking elsewhere to the more obscure markets...


Both teams to score (5/6 – Betvictor)

QPR look a much improved side of late. Their point against Man City may be a big turning point for them and I can see them potentially leaving with something against Newcastle. Both teams to score is the sensible option with Newcastle’s long injury list (particularly in the defensive department). Charlie Austin looked sharp against City and could exploit this weakness. Newcastle should have no trouble scoring against one of the league’s worst defences.

To be booked – Sandro (40/17 – unibet) and Colback (3/1 – unibet)

My favourite market at the moment and I can really see a fiery midfield battle. Fer and Colback are both in the top 10 for the league’s most fouled players. Things could therefore get fiery if the allusive running of this pair draws some strong tackles. Colback has already received 4 yellow cards this year. If fact, both players average just under a card every two games.

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I am the Editor of 'The Spectator's View'. I set up the website so that I could combine my two passions: Newcastle United and writing, and I hope for it to be a platform where fans can express their views on the club. History Graduate from Durham University. Junior Account Executive at M&C Saatchi.

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