Premier League: West Ham vs Newcastle Prediction, Odds, and Picks (Apr 5)
- Newcastle searching for a fourth straight league win on Wednesday
- West Ham moved up to 14th after winning a second game in four
Newcastle will be favored in the betting in mid-week, as they search for a fourth straight league win. However, West Ham could be good value to maintain their winning form, as they search for a second straight success.
Newcastle reignited their hopes of a top four finish over the weekend, as they registered a huge 2-0 win over Man United. They will come into this game at the London Stadium searching for a fourth straight win in the Premier League.
How To Watch
- When: Wednesday, April 5, 2023, at 3:00 p.m ET
- Where: London Stadium, London
- How To Watch: NBC Sports
It has been an excellent couple of weeks for Newcastle, as they have moved back up to third in the Premier League standings following a 2-0 win over Man United. The Magpies now hold a comfortable advantage over their rivals for a top-four place, and come into this mid-week round of fixtures after winning each of their last four.
East London has been a happy hunting ground for the Toon throughout Premier League history, as they have recorded ten previous away wins against West Ham. Meanwhile, they haven’t lost on four previous visits to the English capital this season; winning twice and drawing on two occasions.
West Ham moved up to 14th in the Premier League standings over the weekend, as they recorded a second win in four against Southampton. The Hammers have now lost just once in their last four matches, but they remain locked in the relegation battle, as they sit just a point clear of the bottom three.
West Ham has a fine recent record against the Magpies, as they have gone three league matches without defeat against Newcastle. Each of the previous two have ended level. Meanwhile, West Ham has gone five league matches without defeat at the London Stadium.
There is certainly value in the betting for this fixture on Wednesday. Newcastle don’t lose many on the road, while the Hammers have been difficult to beat at the London Stadium across their last five. Therefore, a draw could be the most likely outcome, with Danny Ings finding the net for the hosts.