[team 78] are all but safe now and a single point from their final 2 games will guarantee that. So, they’ll be pleased to welcome a [team 20] side who have over 2 goals per game on the road this year on their way to losing 11 of 18 away games.
The Tynesiders’ goals scored column doesn’t make any better reading with just 18 goals scored on their travels. Brighton have earned just 37 points this year but 57% of those have come at home and we’re backing the Seagulls to do just enough and get the point they need. The draw is currently available at 5/2 but if you fancy Brighton to just shut up shop and keep out the visitors then 8/1 for the 0-0 draw looks pretty tasty.
But if you’re expecting Newcastle’s shoddy back line to give away a goal, the 1-0 home win (statistically the most likely outcome) is available at 5/1 and it’s worth noting that Brighton have failed to score in just 33% of their games at home this year and Newcastle have kept clean sheets in just 17% of theirs.
Brighton’s clean sheets at home is the same (17%) and if you fancy Newcastle to exploit that you can get BTTS at 11/10, or by following the stats (Brighton concede on average 1 goal at home and Newcastle concede on average 2 away) there’s good value in the 2-1 home win at 15/2.
Brighton vs Newcastle betting
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