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Anorthernsoul

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  1. Felling has an Asda mind.
  2. That is Pelaw not Felling
  3. At least he's got his priorities straight.
  4. I see he's called his new born son Wolf Nine Carroll
  5. Even drinking water is awkward as fuck, he's just taking the piss now It has to be headline orientated.
  6. Exactly, it's a waste of time. No-one's even looking at the results.
  7. I'm not bothering with the poll this season as I won fuck all last year so deal with it.
  8. Cool.
  9. I was alluding to the fact of the miles covered as oppose to the opposition faced.
  10. The Manchester United train has just been wobbling on its tracks a little bit lately with only one win in their last four games and they have lost significant ground to rivals and leaders Manchester City. Their home form remains strong though and they face up to a Newcastle side who have now won just one of their last six league games, but the Magpies do know how to dig in there and scrap. Manchester United are 1/4 for the win, with the draw at 9/2 and Newcastle are a huge 11/1 price. Manchester United v Newcastle Betting Tips The Red Devils will be looking back to their home form for a boost as they have been struggling just a little bit lately in the top flight. Overall home and away they have gone W1 D1 L2 in their last four league games, but the one win in that sequence of form did happen at home. That was a big 1-0 win for them over Tottenham as well and it leaves them perfect on home soil this term with five wins from five. United have really returned well on home soil, scoring fifteen goals and no-one has broken their defence at Old Trafford either. Manchester United to win to nil in the match returns a price of 8/11. It has been extremely solid form them and after losing their last two away games, they need to prop themselves up with this home form. Under 2.5 goals at bet365, backing a comfortable clean sheet victory for the Reds is a price of 19/20. Last Six Premier League Head to Head Newcastle 3 – 3 Manchester United Manchester United 0 – 0 Newcastle Newcastle 0 – 1 Manchester United Manchester United 3 – 1 Newcastle Newcastle 0 – 4 Manchester United Manchester United 0 – 1 Newcastle Romelu Lukaku is the 9/4 bet65 first goalscorer favourite and he needs to get back among the goals on the domestic front. He had a decent time with Belgium in the international break so is decent value to break his four match Premier League scoreless streak. He is 8/11 in the anytime goalscorer market with Marcus Rashford at the even money mark. 73% of Manchester United’s goals at home in the league this season have all come in the second half of matches and a Draw/Manchester United half time/full time wager brings a price of 13/5. The last time that United hosted Newcastle in the Premier League was back in August 2015 and there was a 0-0 draw played out on that occasion. They are W1 D1 L1 in their last three home games against the Magpies. Will they be able to extend their home winning streak to six in the league this season? Current League Form (most recent last) Manchester United WWDLWL Newcastle LDDWLL Newcastle are sat in mid table at the moment, but they have fallen to back to back defeats in the Premier League so just a bit of a wobble from them. Those defeats were both 1-0 score lines against Burnley and Bournemouth, certainly not the toughest opposition that they will face this season. In the bet365 correct score market, a Manchester United 1-0 option is a 5/1 price with only a Manchester United 2-0 coming in at a shorter price of 9/2. Away from home this season in the top flight, Newcastle have only posted a W1 D1 L3 and from that it is hard to see them coming away with much from their trip to Old Trafford. The Magpies have won just one of their last eight Premier League games against Manchester United in a W1 D2 L5 record against the Red Devils. They have conceded at least three goals in five of their last eight league contests against Manchester United as well. They are going to need to produce a strong defensive display in this one to have a shot at a point. No Newcastle player has managed more than two goals for the season so far and one of the two that have, is defender Jamaal Lascelles who is a doubt for this one. Joselu is a 4/1 anytime goalscorer option for the Magpies in this one, with Dwight Gayle at 10/3. Newcastle have struggled in front of goal out on the road this season with just the three goals in five games, but they haven’t been defensively bad with only the five conceded. In their other games against top four opposition this season, they lost at home against Tottenham and played out a 1-1 home draw with Liverpool. Four of their five defeats this season have been by a 1-0 scoreline which suggests that they aren’t going to get routed at Old Trafford. A Manchester United to win by a one goal margin at bet365 is a 5/2 option. Who will win – Manchester United v Newcastle Predictions Manchester United to win: This is probably going to end up being a little bit of a tight squeeze for the Red Devils. Newcastle though have just been stuttering as well a bit and the Red Devils can land themselves three points in this one. They’ll have to work hard for it though, and under 2.5 goals has big appeal.
  11. RIP Harry.
  12. That's a fair old tour
  13. I suppose it could class as early as I was only 10 but Stoke away back in 1995, the team were dominate and could have won the game by double the 4-0 scoreline in the end. We sang "Shaka is a dancer" as he danced for the crowd behind his goal in the second half. Their old ground being terracing and we were packed in behind the fencing. What I remember the game for is the violence before and after the game, being a young lad at an away game like that was scary and I was running through the streets as buses were attacked and fans were going toe to toe all over the city. I seen a Newcastle fan stabbed and we were hiding in a pub at one point. It was chaos and I've yet to see such bedlam at an away game since. The police had a nightmare that night.
  14. http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/gateshead-labour-mp-explains-keynote-13902713
  15. Just watched the goals from this evening, Christian Eriksen is one of the best players in Europe for me, absolutely superb and bang in form at the minute.