Pandora Hughes has lined up another weekend multiple and she’s banking on Newcastle getting the better of Brighton on Saturday.
“Eddie Howe’s side are now undefeated in seven and haven’t lost any of their last four home games. The key has been a dramatically improved defensive line-up that has seen them keep three clean sheets and concede only four goals in seven.”
Newcastle are showing an impressive consistency of form as they move ever further from relegation danger and can land another three points on Saturday.
Eddie Howe’s side are now undefeated in seven and haven’t lost any of their last four home games. The key has been a dramatically improved defensive line-up that has seen them keep three clean sheets and concede only four goals in seven.
As Newcastle pull away from trouble, Brighton are heading in the opposite direction. With 33 points already on the board, relegation seems unlikely, but all those games in which they’ve played well without finding the net are coming back to haunt them. Three consecutive defeats in which they’ve failed to score suggests that their season is already winding down and this looks like a good opportunity for Newcastle.
Navan hosts a typically competitive weekend card on Saturday, which features this fascinating Grade 3 contest for speedy novice chasers.
Fancy Foundations has two wins to his name, but although he has been competing at a high class of late, still has questions to answer dropped back in trip. The same applies to Streets Of Doyen, while Grange Walk looks vulnerable to less exposed horses.
Stand Off won comfortably on debut, but it isn’t clear what that form is worth, so Gentleman De Mee looks the safest option. He improved markedly to win a Beginners Chase last time out and looks well clear of the rest on ratings here.
Wolves have suffered three defeats in their last five, but they now have a couple of distinctly winnable games, starting with Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Narrow defeats to Arsenal and West Ham have hurt their chances of finishing in the top six, but Wolves fans may not have been expecting to get much out of those games. By contrast, Palace, and their next opponents, Watford, look beatable.
Palace have steadied the ship after a poor run through the middle of the season, but they’ve only won twice on the road in the Premier League and on paper are not in the same class as the home side. Wolves tend to do things the hard way, but I’m banking on them edging out the visitors this weekend.
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Source: Betfair Premier League