Consecutive defeats have knocked Newcastle down the league table and it is a similar story with the Premier League form table.

Those narrow losses to Burnley and Bournemouth have put NUFC in 16th place based on results in the last six games.

Only five points from a possible 18, with that win over Palace, draws against Southampton and Liverpool, plus three defeats by Burnley, Palace, and Brighton.

The only teams worse off are the three in the current relegation places, plus West Brom who are rock bottom with only two points from 18 – Newcastle play them away in two weeks time (28 November).

With their expectations and money spent, Manchester United will be similarly unimpressed with this Premier League form table.

They have only 10 points from a possible 18 and now stand eight points behind Manchester City.

Defeated by Huddersfield and Chelsea, a draw with Liverpool, plus wins over Spurs, Everton and Southampton.

In contrast, Man Utd had picked up up 13 points from their opening five games of the season.

Watford are up next for Newcastle after Man U, there will be some encouragement for Rafa there, as Waford have lost their last three games. Hopefully Newcastle will avoid this kind of stat on Saturday at Old Trafford…

Here is the Premier League form table which covers the past six matches for all teams:

premier league form table

Man Utd’s last six results with latest one listed first;

Chelsea 1 Man Utd 0

Man Utd 1 Tottenham 0

Huddersfield 2 Man Utd 1

Liverpool 0 Man Utd 0

Southampton 0 Man Utd 1

Man Utd 4 Everton 0

Newcastle’s last six results also listed with the latest result first;

Newcastle 0 Bournemouth 1

Burnley 1 Newcastle 0

Newcastle 1 Crystal Palace 0

Southampton 2 Newcastle 2

Newcastle 1 Liverpool 1

Brighton 1 Newcastle 0 

Manchester United v Newcastle United Match Betting:

Man Utd win 2/7Draw 19/4Newcastle win 11/1

Both teams to score 15/4NUFC to win 1-0 28/1Gayle to score first goal 12/1

All Manchester United v Newcastle United betting HERE

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  • MichaelMaximusMoose

    We`ve got to start beating or at least getting a point against the Duck Eggs in this league.
    with Man U, Chelsea, Arsenal & Man C all to come before the New Year

  • S.G.M.

    Surely some one is going to tell us that Bet Victor don’t pay tax in the UK.

  • Geordiegiants

    The league table is all that matters. I think we will pick up a few points we aren’t expecting along the way.

  • Andy Mac

    Rafa is a good organiser but he cant work miracles. Playing with a floppy wet fish at No 9 just stinks !

    • Rich Lawson

      Joselu is Cod !

    • HarryHype59

      True enough, but who signed the floppy wet fish?

      • Andy Mac

        He did Harry but he wanted Jovetic but Fatman said No !

        • HarryHype59

          Fair point, but Rafa spent £12m on Murphy and £4m on Manky! Neither look better than players already here and in fact they could be worse! The money spent on them and Hoss could have bought a decentish striker!

  • HarryHype59

    I’ll wager this team will be in the bottom six by January! Despite the collective delusion, we aren’t that good!