Can Newcastle Get All 3 Points Against Bournemouth?

Afer losing a close game 1-0 at Burnley on Monday night after winning a close game at home against Crystal Palace (also 1-0) in the previous game, it would be good if Newcastle can get back to their winning ways against Bournemouth at home on Saturday.

Crystal Palace are bottom of the league and Bournemouth are second bottom of the league so based on that alone we should be beating these teams.

But Bournemouth are a well-organized side under manager Eddie Howe and maybe their performances this season have not given them the points they deserved.

Eddie Howe – Bournemouth manager

We think this game will be another close one, but we need to win, so fans have something to celebrate over the long two-week International break coming up.

How Will Newcastle Fare Against Bournemouth?

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5 comments so far

  • jesperfuglsang - capt'n awesome of the lemon crew

    Nov 2, 2017 at 7:47 AM

    Comment #1

    Can Newcastle get all three points against Bournemouth?

    It depends…it depends on Rafa’s flexibility and stubbornness if you ask me. He most certainly is more than capable, but it seems we are struggling against the lesser teams so far!

    We all have our opinions on that…

  • martoon

    Nov 2, 2017 at 7:51 AM

    Comment #2

    The way Rafa sets up I think a lot of our games are going to be close 1 – 0’s. I just hope most of them are in our favour!

  • G

    Nov 2, 2017 at 7:51 AM

    Comment #3

    I didn’t fancy us at Burnley, but I think we will smash this lot. No problems, 3 points in the bag.

  • Jib

    Nov 2, 2017 at 8:19 AM

    Comment #4

    According to Scottish media NUFC were mulling over
    Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths in the Summer and made enquiries
    but opted for Joselu.
    He has 8 goals this season so far.
    He was at Wolves for a few years.
    Now that Celtic are near the bottom of Group B in the
    UEFA Champions League and Scotland out of the WC
    he can be persuaded to come South of the border this

  • JohnJ

    Nov 2, 2017 at 8:51 AM

    Comment #5

    I’m certainly hoping for a win for more reasons than usual – I’m taking my 13 year old grandson for his first visit to SJP so I really hope it will be a memorable game for him. I remember as a 13 year old I my first game at the ground in the “Poplar side” (now the East Stand) with Newcastle winning 4 – 1 against Manchester City and Len White scoring this amazing goal into the Gallowgate end net. He started his run at goal from inside the defending half on the popular side and skipped past one – dribbled past another and I think another three defenders before drawing Bert Trautmann and selling him the perfect dummy and slipping the ball into the empty net – Pure Magic! I’ve seen some cracking goal since then from the likes of Wyn the Leap Davies – Tony Green – Alan Shearer – Les Ferdinand and many others. How I wish we had someone of their capabilities now! Re Saturday I’d happily settle for a 2 – 0 win and three points for the Toon just now – maybe it’s time we had some goals coming from midfield eh to help out the attack?

    Perhaps if we do get new owners in the East Stand could be renamed “The Alan Shearer Stand”.
    PS I wonder if Dr. Ed Harrison was at that game all those years ago?


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