The Premier League form table ahead of Newcastle United taking on Manchester United.

To say it looks tough for Newcastle would be an understatement.

Starting with Sunday, Rafa Benitez and his players take on the three most in-form teams in the Premier League.

Manchester United are second in the form table with 13 points.

Then NUFC have Bournemouth away who are top of the Premier League form table with no defeats and 14 points from their last six games.

Consecutive away matches then see a visit to Liverpool who are third on form and also have 13 points in this half dozen game period.

Even Southampton (fourth game up for Newcastle) are one place ahead of Newcastle with only one defeat and seven points, actually the same points total as Newcastle.

Newcastle’s fifth game of the remainder of the season is against Tottenham, fourth in the form table.

Newcastle have themselves become hard to beat and that resilience is going to be needed more than ever in the coming weeks.

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

premier league form tableMan Utd’s last six results with latest one listed first;

Man Utd 2 Huddersfield 0

Tottenham 2 Man Utd 0

Burnley 0 Man Utd 1

Man Utd 3 Stoke 0

Everton 0 Man Utd 2

Man Utd 0 Southampton 0

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

Palace 1 Newcastle 1

Newcastle 1 Burnley 1

Man City 3 Newcastle 1

Newcastle 1 Swansea 1

Stoke 0 Newcastle 1

Newcastle 0 Brighton 0

Newcastle United v Manchester United Match Betting:

Newcastle win 5/1Draw 14/5Man Utd win 4/6

Slimani to score first goal 9/1NUFC to win 3-1 60/13 or more match goals in first half 6/1

All Newcastle United v Manchester United betting HERE

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  • Geordiegiants

    Eddie Howe and Carlos Calvahl have pulled it right out of the bag. 2 wins and we are right out of it as well. It’s a shame we have Manure coming up as they are in better form than city, the thing with them is they play a similar way to us so it’s not gonna be a very exciting game.

  • Polarboy

    Will the new signings make the difference in terms of turning some of those draws in to wins? We better bloody hope so.

    • Dillon Tovak

      Diame is like a new signing.

  • Peaky Magpie

    Two horrible to watch draws v Man Utd & Bournemouth and a right mullering at Anfield…..

  • Rich Lawson

    Despite those results I still think their defence is suspect when attacked in numbers,if we try the usual tactic of trying to absorb the pressure then try to pull back a disadvantage in the last 10 min’s we will get stuffed.We have Slimani fit with something to prove,Kenedy and Murphy on either wing and just go for it !

  • Tino o

    The last time we went to Bournemouth it was one of the most one sided games ever and we somehow managed to win 1-0 take that again. A win anyhow at the moment would be welcome we must be due one??

  • Andy Mac

    So Bournemouth are a bottom half club. Fighting to stay in the league due to small crowds and less money than others. Yet they’ve just gone to Chelksi and thrashed the Champions and beaten Everton, Arsenal and Stoke. THATS 12 Fkn points from seemingly superior opposition (apart from Stoke).

    Come on Rafa take the gloves off now. You’ve got a CF and a wide player capable of taking on the best so there must be another 9 players you can fire up before the Mancs game ?

    Bournemouth have shown that the “BIG CLUBS” are there for the taking. Let’s not sit back and do the Rafa thing at home in what will be a packed stadium. I’d rather lose 6-2 as we did under SBR (one of the greats) than stifle the game and hold out for a point only to lose it in the last ten minutes.

  • Danimal

    13th? Who wouldn’t take that at the end of the season?