John Carver’s side come into this match with only one victory from their last nine league games, while Mauricio Pochettino’s men can take another step forward with a win and appear good value at 129/100 to do so.
Additionally, Newcastle have failed to score in five of their last nine matches and Spurs to win to nil should be considered at 17/5.
Spurs will be keen to end their two-game goalless spell too, and Christian Eriksen’s set-piece specialism should see a few back him to notch anytime at 13/5.
Given Newcastle’s recent form, a half-time draw seems a feasible prediction, in addition to Spurs winning by full-time, and such an outcome is available at 24/5.
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