In-form Newcastle travel to Burnley. Opta presents the vital statistics.
Newcastle are looking to win three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since November 2018 under Rafael Benítez. Meanwhile, manager Steve Bruce hasn’t won three straight games in the competition since January 2009 with Wigan (a run of four).
Newcastle are 1.9210/11 to avoid defeat in the Double Chance market.
Burnley have lost just one of their last six home league meetings with Newcastle (W4 D1). They are 2.0421/20 to win.
After drawing three and losing one of their first four Premier League meetings with Burnley, Newcastle won both fixtures against the Clarets last season. A Newcastle win is 4.216/5.
Burnley haven't won a Premier League game in which they've conceded a goal since April (3-1 vs Bournemouth), drawing four and losing 11 since then. The Clarets have lost their last three Premier League games by an aggregate score of 1-11. Newcastle are 7.06/1 to win half-time/full-time.
Newcastle are looking to win three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since November 2018 under Rafael Benítez. Meanwhile, manager Steve Bruce hasn't won three straight games in the competition since January 2009 with Wigan (a run of four). Newcastle are 1.9210/11 to avoid defeat in the Double Chance market.
Newcastle's average possession figure this season is just 32.8%, the lowest in the Premier League. The draw half-time/Burnley full-time double result is 5.24/1.
Burnley (326) and Newcastle (305) have played fewer passes per game than any other Premier League side this season. These two sides also play a higher proportion of long passes than any other side in the competition (Burnley 21.6%, Newcastle 19.7%). Under 2.5 goals is 1.814/5.
Newcastle have scored nine Premier League goals via defenders this season, accounting for 53% of their total - both figures are competition highs in 2019-20. A defender has scored for the Magpies in four of their last five meetings with Burnley. Both teams to score is 1.9520/21.
Between them, Ashley Barnes (15) and Chris Wood (14) have scored 62% of Burnley's Premier League goals in 2019 (29/47) - no other player has scored more than four goals for the Clarets this year. Barnes and Wood are both 2.68/5 to score.
Newcastle's Jonjo Shelvey has scored in three consecutive league games for the first time in his career. Only in 2013-14 (6 goals in 32 games) has Shelvey scored more Premier League goals than the five he has this term (11 games). Shelvey is 10.09/1 to score again.