Can Newcastle pick up three points against Aston Villa, as they look to avoid the same fate as the relegated club? Opta rates their chances.
"Another defeat for Villa in this game would set a new club record for the longest run of league defeats, with Villa also recording 11 successive losses in 1963."
The draw half-time/Newcastle full-time double result is 4.84/1.
Aston Villa have won none of their last nine Premier League games against Newcastle United (W0 D4 L5). The draw is 4.216/5.
The Magpies have scored just 13 goals in their last 24 Premier League away games. Under 2.5 goals is 2.0421/20.
Aston Villa have lost their last 11 Premier League games - only one side in Premier League history has lost more in a row (Sunderland, 20 between January 2003 and September 2005). Newcastle are 1.654/6 to inflict another defeat.
Another defeat for Villa in this game would set a new club record for the longest run of league defeats, with Villa also recording 11 successive losses in 1963. The draw half-time/Newcastle full-time double result is 4.84/1.
A draw in their last Premier League away game at Anfield ended a run of nine consecutive away defeats for Newcastle United and secured the Magpies their only away point in 2016 so far. You can lay Newcastle at 1.664/6.
There have been just four goals scored in the last four Premier League meetings between these two teams. Under 1.5 goals is 4.1.
Newcastle (W2 D2) have gone four games unbeaten in the Premier League for the first time since October-November 2014 (six unbeaten in that run under Alan Pardew). They are 1.182/11 to extend their unbeaten run in the Double Chance market.
Andros Townsend has scored more Premier League goals for Newcastle in just 11 appearances for the club (4) than he managed for Tottenham in 50 games (3). Townsend is 2.56/4 to score again.