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Key stats you may have missed following Newcastle 1-1 Everton


Newcastle welcomed Everton to St James’ Park for a midweek Premier League meeting on Tuesday. The Magpies have an excellent home record in 2023/24 and Everton have not won a league game this year, meaning a win for the North East outfit seemed likely.

However, when all was said and done, the points were shared as Alexander Isak’s 15th-minute opener was cancelled out by a Dominic Calvert-Lewin penalty in the 88th minute. Newcastle return to action on April 6 vs Fulham and are 17/10 to pick up the win with bet365.

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Newcastle vs Everton key stats

Here are all the key stats you may have missed coming out of Newcastle’s draw with Everton.

  • Everton remain winless in 13 Premier League games (D5 L8), only once in their league history have they gone more consecutive games without a win, a run of 14 in September 1937.
  • Alexander Isak has scored in each of his past five Premier League home games for Newcastle, only Alan Shearer (15), Andrew Cole (eight) and Les Ferdinand (six) have scored in more consecutive games in the competition for the Magpies at St James’ Park.
  • Harvey Barnes has been directly involved in three goals (two goals, one assist) in his past two Premier League games, as many as in his first 11 in the competition for Newcastle, while all six of his goal involvements for the Magpies have come at St James’ Park.
  • Newcastle’s Alexander Isak scored his 25th Premier League goal, only Sebastian Larsson (26) and Freddie Ljungberg (48) have scored more in the competition among Swedish players.
Josh Barker

Josh Barker

Middlesbrough fan from the North East of England. @JoshBarker979 on Twitter.