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Newcastle vs Wolves – Another 1-1 not out of the question

| 02.04.2011

Newcastle have won just one of their last six Premier League games at home and this streak at St James’ Park is set to continue as Wolves can be expected to take a point from their visit.

Match Odds

It is 12/5 in the Premier League betting that the outcome is all square and this result has been common in the most recent meetings between the pair.

All of the last three Premier League encounters between Newcastle and Wolves have finished 1-1, with the home side taking the lead on each occasion.

Odds of 11/2 are available that a fourth successive 1-1 draw is played out, while it is 4/6 that Newcastle score the opening goal.

Newcastle’s betting odds are 10/11 to beat Wolves and they can take confidence from the fact that Wolves have only won two of their last 18 Premier League away games.

Wolves can be supported at 3/1 to land the spoils and have gradually begun to climb the table of late, thanks to a run that has seen them lose one of their last six matches.

However, Wolves’ chances of victory may not be helped by the loss of striker Kevin Doyle, who misses out after suffering an injury while on international duty with the Republic of Ireland in midweek.

Half Time/Full Time

With the pattern of recent meetings suggesting that the home team will score first, there is some decent value to be found in the half time/full time market.

All of the last six clashes between the pair have seen the home team score the opener and it is 14/1 that Newcastle lead at half time, but it being all square by the final whistle.

Alternatively, it is 4/1 that the scores are tied at both half time and full time.

A £20 stake on Newcastle and Wolves drawing 1-1 would return £110. New customers can sign up here to take advantage of free bets totalling up to £60.



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.