Premier League Preview: Newcastle vs Arsenal Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Nov 4)
- Newcastle looking for a second win in three matches to edge nearer to the top four
- Arsenal remain one of two sides with unbeaten records in the Premier League
The standout match in the Premier League on Saturday will see the unbeaten Arsenal travel to St. James’ Park to take on Newcastle United. The Gunners could move to the top of the standings with victory on the road this weekend.
How To Watch
- When: Saturday, November 4, 2023, at 1:30 p.m ET
- Where: St. James’ Park, Newcastle, England
- How To Watch: NBC
Newcastle host Arsenal in the standout fixture in the Premier League on Saturday, with the Gunners looking to maintain their unbeaten start to the new season. A victory for the away side would see them move to the top of the standings, and confidence around the team will be high after their stunning 5-0 win over Sheffield United last Saturday.
Eddie Nketiah was in excellent form last weekend, as he scored a first Premier League hat-trick for the Gunners. The victory was a straightforward success, and it was their third consecutive win against the Blades. However, they will likely be tested more at both ends of the field against Champions League-chasing Newcastle this weekend.
Newcastle already have something to find on their rivals for a top four finish this term, as they already sit six points adrift of Liverpool. However, the Magpies are without a loss in their previous five matches, and they have recorded three wins over that period. But, Newcastle come into this weekend after being held to a second draw in three fixtures last weekend.
The Magpies looked suspect defensively against Wolves in their previous fixture, and they will need to sharpen up if they are to stand any chance of landing maximum points on Saturday. However, Newcastle have lost 21 of their last 27 matches against the Gunners across all competitions, which would be a glaring concern.
Newcastle vs Arsenal Prediction
Newcastle’s record in this fixture is a pressing concern. Therefore, we will be more than happy to side with Arsenal to land maximum points, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see a low scoring match with under 2.5 goals being scored.