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While pessimism still remains the watchword at St. James’ Park, the gloom around Newcastle United was lifted a little last weekend after the Magpies’ equally unexpected and impressive 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in London.
Newcastle ceded around 80% of the ball against Mauricio Pochettino’s side, though they restricted their hosts to just a couple of clear-cut chances during their resilient defensive display.
In mid-week, Newcastle were dumped out of the Carabao Cup on penalties by Leicester City after a 1-1 draw against the Foxes
though that result should do little to dampen the confidence the Magpies would have gained from their win at Spurs
Newcastle’s opponents Watford ran out comfortable 3-0 winners in their League Cup clash at home to League One’s Coventry City, though the Hornets Premier League form has been dreadful so far this season.
After three rounds of fixtures, Watford are rooted to the bottom of the Premier League table, and they are the only club still searching for their first point of the season.
The Hornets are also the joint-lowest scoring team in the division alongside Everton, having hit the net just once so far.
Newcastle sit just one place above Watford in the table, though the teams feel much further apart in terms of their recent performances. Javi Gracia is under severe pressure and his charges look completely devoid of self-belief.
We’re tipping Newcastle to capitalise on their visitor’s fragility this weekend. The Magpies were beaten in each of their last two league games at home
though defeats to Liverpool and Arsenal were largely expected. Overall however, Newcastle’s home form has been encouraging
and United took maximum points in six of their last nine Premier League matches on home turf since January.
But while we’re backing Newcastle to make home advantage count again this weekend, we shouldn’t expect a cracker at St. James’ Park.
Even though the defensive side of their game is making positive strides Newcastle still look desperately short on quality in the final third
Of course and the Magpies scored just one goal in each of their four competitive matches this season.
Unsurprisingly, three of those games finished with few goals scored, and Saturday’s fixture against a low-scoring Watford outfit has all the makings of another attritional contest
Bar the chasing they were given by Norwich at Carrow Road a fortnight ago, Newcastle have looked relatively sound at the back this season
And conceding just two goals overall in the three competitive fixtures they contested either side of their defeat against the Canaries.