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Thread: Prediction League - Newcastle United

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    Prediction League - Newcastle United

    After a three match losing streak (Man City, Liverpool and Brighton, so nothing to be ashamed of), Newcastle are unbeaten in their last five league matches - 4 wins and one draw. They have plenty of talent on their roster, though some will be rotated in and out due to the Champions League match they played today. Isak and Wilson have 11 goals combined, with Gordon chipping in three. Wolves will have their hands full and Id be satisfied with a point.

    Wolves 1-2 Newcastle

    Hwang

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    wolves 0 newcy 2

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    Wolves 2-2 Newcastle (Neto)

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    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Hwang

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    Wolves 2 Newcastle 1 (Neto)

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    Newcastle would appear to have a few missing so we might just nick this.
    Wolves 3 Newcastle 1

    Dawson.

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    Starting XI: Sa; Semedo, Kilman, Dawson, Toti, RAN; Lemina, Traore; Hwang, Cunha, Neto

    Subs: Bentley, Doherty, S Bueno, Gomes, Silva, Kalajdzic, Jonny, Doyle, Sarabia

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    Plater, you're getting seriously good at this me old mate!

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    If that was a penalty the game is knackered.

    Hwang's foot was grounded, the player went down like he had been shot.
    Last edited by innunowetrust1; 29-10-2023 at 08:26 AM.

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    not many newcy players appealing for the penno..
    poor decision...good fight back...worthy of a point tbf

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