English Premier League Betting Score Prediction today presents a classic match between Newcastle vs Crystal Palace, which will be live broadcasted by beIN Sport 2, on Saturday, 6 April 2019 at 21:00 WIB, at St. James Park.
The battle of the middle-class Premier League team will be presented in this 34th week, where both teams must win if they want to be in the safe-zone. In the meantime, Newcastle are ranked 14th with 35 points. While Palace are ranked 13th with 36 points.
It is certain that this match will run fiercely and these two teams will launch attacks. This prediction is seen from the opportunities of those who are still open to enter the top 10 of the standings.
Looking at the Europa League next season is still very open, for this match will run interesting as both teams will display attacking football without having to think long in planning an attack.
Asian Handicap Market – Newcastle vs Crystal Palace:
Newcastle 0: 0 Crystal Palace
Score Prediction – Newcastle vs Crystal Palace:
Newcastle 1-1 Crystal Palace
For this match, our prediction team refers to the bookie market. Where the bookie with great confidence issued a draw score, but from our view, this upcoming match will end with a thin score. The hosts clearly have a greater chance, but we see maturity and luck will side with Palace.
A thin 1-2 score will belong to Palace, where they will play defensively as they are expert in the process of counterattack.
Head to Head Matches – Newcastle vs Crystal Palace:
[22.09.18] Crystal Palace 0 – 0 Newcastle
[04.02.18] Crystal Palace 1 – 1 Newcastle
[21.10.17] Newcastle 1 – 0 Crystal Palace
[30.04.16] Newcastle 1 – 0 Crystal Palace
[28.11.15] Crystal Palace 5 – 1 Newcastle
Newcastle’s Last 5 Matches:
[02.04.19] Arsenal 2 – 0 Newcastle
[16.03.19] Bournemouth 2 – 2 Newcastle
[09.03.19] Newcastle 3 – 2 Everton
[03.03.19] West Ham 2 – 0 Newcastle
[27.02.19] Newcastle 2 – 0 Burnley
Crystal Palace’s Last 5 Matches:
[04.04.19] Tottenham 2 – 0 Crystal Palace
[30.03.19] Crystal Palace 2 – 0 Huddersfield
[16.03.19] Watford 2 – 1 Crystal Palace
[09.03.19] Crystal Palace 1 – 2 Brighton
[02.03.19] Burnley 1 – 3 Crystal Palace
Newcastle: Martin Dubravka, Matt Ritchie, Florian Lejeune, Jamaal Lascelles, Fabian Schar, DeAndre Yedlin, Christian Atsu, Sean Longstaff, Isaac Hayden, Ayoze Perez, Jose Rondon.
Crystal Palace: Guaita, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, James Tomkins, Mamadou Sakho, Patrick van Aanholt, Cheikhou Kouyate, Luka Milivojevic, James McArthur, Andros Townsend, Jordan Ayew, Christian Benteke.