Newcastle United used to have difficulty landing positive results in London, although the Toon Army have seen Eddie Howe’s side secure a spate of good outcomes in the capital this season. Thousands of supporters will be confident of a victory at the London Stadium, with the visitors having only lost twice on the road all season.

Defensively, we have seen plenty of strength thanks to an established back five, with Fabian Schar and Sven Botman operating in front of Nick Pope. Dan Burn hasn’t looked back since being converted into a left-back, with Kieran Trippier given more license to rove forward and we should expect to see more goals from Alexander Izaak before the season is out.

As for West Ham, they have modest home form this season, winning and losing five games apiece along with three draws. They will hope to have landed a maximum haul against Southampton in their previous clash to climb out of the drop zone, with Declan Rice potentially playing his final few games before a big money move.

Twenty-four goals being scored in twenty-six games tells its own story, with Danny Ings having been signed to try and boost the goal tally, while Jarrod Bowen might also be capable of getting on the scoresheet here. However, it’s hard not to side with a Newcastle side who look equipped to land more positive results on the road after a recent win at Forest.


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