As per the outlet, you would be in profit of £383 if you placed a £20 bet on Steve Bruce’s side to win in every game that they have played so far in the English top flight, with £284 of this coming in matches away from St. James’ Park.
They are only behind Nuno Espirito Santo’s Wolverhampton Wanderers, where you would have banked a rather whopping £502.80 just by backing Wolves when they play away from Molineux Stadium.
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool rank third despite being favourites for every game in England’s highest division in this campaign, as you would gain a £224.60 profit by placing a £20 bet on the Anfield outfit to win every week.
Nevertheless, the fact that the Tyneside club rank second is relatively shocking considering that they have only won nine league matches all term.
However, with how odds work, perhaps they have rarely been the favourites to win going into the matches which could provide an explanation. Indeed, they have won matches against the likes of Tottenham and Chelsea, where their odds would have been pretty long.
If they have rarely been the favourites, then it could suggest that the Magpies have arguably hugely over-performed, despite sitting in 13th place in the Premier League table and relatively safe from relegation.
Do you think Newcastle can finish in the top half of the Premier League?
With nine games left to play in the top flight for the Toon outfit, and with no fans present, they may not be favourites with some other bookies, meaning that NUFC supporters could make a nice profit if they back their side for the rest of the season.
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