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Yakubu and also maybe Samba missing, 3 points there for the taking if NUFC up to the job.
Guest tipster is Chris Waddle who tips Newcastle to score a Pelanty (if haven’t heard Waddle commentating it is the most bizarre thing you’ll hear)
I hope that, fitness worries aside, we keep the same team and formation that played so well in that first half against Fulham.
Ben Arfa features in our first suggested bet as we are taking him to continue his excellent recent scoring run and score the first goal in a 3-1 win.
Newcastle’s away record of ‘won 4 lost 4 drawn 3’ is identical to Fulham’s home return yet Fulham are massive favourites for the game!
We are backing our resilient team to continue the great work of 4 wins in the last 5 matches.
If Wright-Phillips makes an appearance I’d have every confidence in Santon taking care of him, unlike Raylor’s nightmare at Loftus Road.
With only 34 year old Sean Derry available out of QPR’s first choice midfield this should be 3 points all the way.
You have today’s situation where unfortunately the domestic cup is seen as a poor relation to Champions League, or safety from relegation, or whatever.
5th round is weekend of 18th February, hope African contingent back safely and still have a FA Cup spot to fight for.
Manchester United’s away stats are truly frightening, winning seven and drawing two, with nineteen scored and only three conceded.
Hopefully though they’ll continue on from Blackburn and United’s big players like Ba and midfield pairing Cabaye & Tiote will grab hold of the match.
Only three wins in nine at home means Anfeld has been anything but a fortress this season.
Suarez misses out but Bellamy and Carroll are still a real handful, Demba Ba though has few equals so far and could just possibly lead United to victory?
Seven home defeats out of eight mean that we have nothing to fear at Bolton, apart from ourselves.
All but Steven Taylor of Newcastle’s big hitters are available so no excuses, the returning Cabaye alongside Tiote will be our inspiration for victory
Another chance for Newcastle to get back on track and we believe Wednesday night will see the woodwork defeated at last.
The last match before Christmas and we are betting on Newcastle United to give us some festive cheer in a 2 or 3 goal win.
Newcastle United have a great chance to get back on track as they face a Swansea team with only two points on their travels.
We think it is going to be happy smiley faces at the end and Hatem Ben Arfa amongst the goals.
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