Premier League form table ahead of Newcastle taking on Bournemouth
The Premier League form table ahead of Newcastle United taking on Bournemouth.
The two clubs go into the weekend with the visitors in an impressive seventh and potentially going as high as fifth if winning.
Whilst NUFC could possibly sneak into the top half if getting the three points and other results going their way.
Bournemouth’s position (eighth) in the Premier League form table almost matches the full PL table (seventh).
Their last six games producing two wins, three draws and just one defeat (to Arsenal).
The last three games have been clean sheets for Bournemouth but obviously a concern for them that they failed to score against both Watford and Norwich, the two clubs who have conceded most goals apart from Southampton.
Indeed the last four matches have seen the Cherries score only once and concede only once. A bit of a contrast to their opening seven PL games which featured 25 goals, 13 for Bournemouth and 12 for opposition teams.
Newcastle’s situation obviously massively boosted with the win over West Ham, putting the Magpies 11th in the Premier League form table with two wins, two draws and two defeats.
Those stats looking even better when it is seven point from the last 12.
Creating chances and scoring goals has been a constant worry and we wait to see whether last Saturday at West Ham was the sign of better times ahead or just a one-off. Newcastle only scoring six times in the previous 10 matches and only twice in the previous five.
Here is the Premier League form table which covers the past six matches for all teams:
Bournemouth’s last six results with latest one listed first:
Bournemouth 1 Man Utd 0
Watford 0 Bournemouth 0
Bournemouth 0 Norwich 0
Arsenal 1 Bournemouth 0
Bournemouth 2 West Ham 2
Southampton 1 Bournemouth 3
Newcastle’s last six results also listed with the latest result first:
West Ham 2 Newcastle 3
Newcastle 1 Wolves 1
Chelsea 1 Newcastle 0
Leicester 5 Newcastle 0
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