Newcastle and Norwich will meet in the 14th round of the Premier League. Newcastle sits on the bottom of the table, and the team needs a cold shower for better results. Norwich has slightly improved its form but still occupies 19th place in the table, and we will see if Dean Smith has a recipe for positive results.
November 30th, 2021 – 20:30
Newcastle vs Norwich Betting Tips & Predictions
Newcastle to win @1.90
BTTS Yes @1.80
Correct score 2:1 @9.00
Reason for Newcastle vs Norwich Predictions
Confidence is vitally important in football, and now Norwich has it in abundance. Newcastle do not; they’re yet to win a game this season, and Eddie Howe has only taken a point from his two games in charge. They need a win here and if they don’t make a quick start the Magpies crowd will turn. Matches with Newcastle United have tended to be entertaining ones lately with a lot of goalmouth action being a real hallmark. Over their past half dozen clashes, the sum total of 20 goals has flown in for both teams combined, with 7 of them belonging to Newcastle United. If we look at their past head-to-head duels going back to 18/10/2015, there is nothing to separate the two clubs, with Newcastle United winning 2 of those games, Norwich City 2 and 2 being draws in regulation time. The Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe has no fitness worries to speak of ahead of this clash owing to a completely injury-free group available to select from. Sean Longstaff plays well in the middle of the park, and he does not allow the opponent much action. Joelinton is slowly returning to a recognizable form, and he is the factor that can raise the team to a higher level with his goals.
Rewind a couple of weeks, and Norwich were the Premier League laughing stock, but seven points from their last nine have changed that picture a little with new man Dean Smith overseeing two of those games. Dean Smith’s Norwich City have slotted home five times in the course of their latest six matches. The overall goals that they have conceded during that period add up to 11. The previous league contest between these clubs was Premier League matchday 25 on 01/02/2020, which ended in a goalless draw. Thanks to a fully injury-free group to choose from, the Norwich City boss Dean Smith doesn’t have any fitness worries whatsoever ahead of this game. Billy Gilmour found the right role in the team, he moves great in the middle of the field, and it isn’t easy to take the ball away from this guy. The bench players are expected to show as much as possible and impose themselves on the coach for the starting lineup.
It is going to be an exciting clash, as Norwich is not without a chance of remaining undefeated. However, we believe Newcastle should meet the expectations and deliver a win.
We can also expect a goal in both nets, and neither side should keep the clean sheet.