Premier League Betting Score Prediction this week presents a super ‘hot’ match between Wolves vs. Newcastle which will be broadcast by Bein Sport on Tuesday, February 12, 2019, playing at Molinex Stadium, at 03:00 WIB.
Continued English Premier League week 26 can be sure to run very exciting, where both teams really want to add to the coffers of points in order to maintain the opportunity to survive in the League next season. For now, Newcastle are ranked 15th with 24 points.
This achievement they get slowly after previously experiencing a difficult period by being at the bottom of the standings. While Wolves is different from Newcastle, they are so confident by always putting pressure on their opponents.
Evidently now they are ranked 7th with 38 points. As a debutant team this season, Wolves is considered very dangerous, especially when they play at home, and Chelsea had felt the defeat there.
Asian Handicap Market – Wolves vs. Newcastle:
Wolves 0: 0 Newcastle
Score Prediction – Wolves vs. Newcastle:
Wolves 1-1 Newcastle
Referring to the combination above, our prediction team is more suggesting online gambling bettors to put the ball up. Where Wolves have a greater chance of winning. It’s not about the support of the fans themselves, but their mentality and ambitions might close the fierce resistance from Newcastle.
A thin score of 2-1 is worth repeating as this score occurs when Wolves are able to win at home to Newcastle at the initial meeting of the season yesterday. In other words, this score is considered to be close to today’s match because Wolves are still too strong for Newcastle to beat.
Head to head Matches – Wolves vs. Newcastle:
[09/12/18] Newcastle 1–2 Wolves
[12/02/17] Wolves 0–1 Newcastle
[21/09/16] Newcastle 2–0 Wolves
[17/09/16] Newcastle 0–2 Wolves
[25/02/12] Newcastle 2–2 Wolves
Wolves’ Last 5 Matches:
[06/02/19] Wolves 3–2 Shrewsbury
[02/02/19] Everton 1–3 Wolves
[30/01/19] Wolves 3–0 West Ham
[26/01/19] Shrewsbury 2–2 Wolves
[19/01/19] Wolves 4–3 Leicester
Newcastle’s Last 5 Matches:
[02/02/19] Tottenham 1–0 Newcastle
[30/01/19] Newcastle 2–1 Manchester City
[26/01/19] Newcastle 0–2 Watford
[19/01/19] Newcastle 3–0 Cardiff
[16/01/19] Blackburn 2–4 Newcastle
Wolves: Rui Patricio, Romain Saiss, Conor Coady, Ryan Bennett, Jonny, Joao Moutinho, Ruben Neves, Leander Dendoncker, Matt Doherty, Diogo Jota, Raul Jimenez.
Newcastle: Martin Dubravka, Matt Ritchie, Florian Lejeune, Jamaal Lascelles, Fabian Schar, DeAndre Yedlin, Christian Atsu, Sean Longstaff, Isaac Hayden, Ayoze Perez, Jose Rondon.