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Bookies release odds on Salomon Rondon scoring 10 goals this season and other Newcastle United season bets

3 months ago
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Salomon Rondon was man of the match on Saturday.

At last looking near full fitness after a disrupted pre-season and early injury.

The striker scoring twice and it could and should have been only his second ever hat-trick in Premier League football.

So do you fancy Rondon to now hit double figures in the Premier League this season?

A number of season long Newcastle United bets have now been offered with Salomon Rondon priced at 5/2 to get at least another eight PL goals, with 26 matches remaining.

As for the team, you can get 7/2 on Newcastle getting more points than last season, needing 45 in total as a minimum, on nine points at the minute that means at least another 36 points from 26 games, meaning almost a win every other match on average. I think I would stick to the Rondon 10 goals or more bet.

In terms of team goals, it is 7/2 on Newcastle scoring 45 or more. Last season NUFC scored 39 goals and with only nine so far, it leaves them needing at least another 36 from the final 26 games, possible but maybe unlikely.

All the NUFC bets can be viewed HERE and a range of them are listed below:

5/2 Salomon Rondon to score 10 or more PL goals

7/2 Newcastle to gain 45 or more PL points

7/2 Newcastle to score 45 or more PL goals

5/1 Ayoze Perez to score 10 or more PL goals

6/1 Newcastle to score 50 or more PL goals

16/1 Newcastle to gain 50 or more PL points

25/1 Newcastle to finish above Manchester United

33/1 Salomon Rondon to score 15 or more PL goals

40/1 Newcastle to score 55 or more PL goals

40/1 Newcastle to gain 55 or more PL points

66/1 Ayoze Perez to score 15 or more PL goals

Find all the various Newcastle United odds HERE.

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