Newcastle vs Brighton Premier League Betting Stats

There are six Premier League games taking place at 3 pm BST on Saturday, May 11, one of which sees Newcastle United play host to Brighton.

Newcastle go into the clash as 4/7 favourites to pick up a win at St James’ Park, while Brighton can be backed at 15/4 to come away with three points.

Ahead of the fixture, the North East outfit are aiming to cement a Europa League place going into next season. Brighton, on the other hand, are eyeing up a top-10 finish.


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Newcastle vs Brighton

After struggles midway through the campaign, Newcastle have found form at the back end of 2023/24. They have won four of their last five, including a 4-1 hammering of Burnley last time out.

Their recent winning spell has seen the Magpies climb up to 6th in the league and two points clear of the Europe-chasing pack with three matches to play.

Premier League Europa League Race: Current Standings

  • 6th - Newcastle United Pld 35 - Pts 56
  • 7th - Chelsea Pld 35 - Pts 54
  • 8th - Manchester United Pld 35 - Pts 54
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Newcastle to finish in top six

Newcastle Top-Six odds

As for Brighton, their hopes of securing European football for a second successive season have been dashed amid a run of one win in seven.

A 1-0 victory over 4th-place Aston Villa last time out will give them some confidence of going on to finish in the top-10, but any form of European football is now out of the question.

Premier League Top Half Finish: Current Standings

  • 9th - West Ham Pld 36 - Pts 49
  • 10th - Bournemouth Pld 36 - Pts 48
  • 11th - Brighton Pld 35 - Pts 47
  • 12th - Wolves Pld 36 - Pts 46
  • 13th - Fulham Pld 36 - Pts 44
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Brighton to finish in Top Half

Brighton 2023/24 Premier League finish

Newcastle vs Brighton betting stats

Here are some key Newcastle and Brighton stats to keep in mind as you prepare to make your selections ahead of the game:

  • Newcastle United have won five of their last seven Premier League games (D1 L1), scoring at least four goals in four of those victories. They have scored at least four goals in nine different league games this season for the first time since 1951/52 (also 9).
  • Eddie Howe took charge of his 100th Premier League game for Newcastle last week, recording his 49th win in the process. Only Kevin Keegan (55) has more wins for the Magpies as a manager in their first 100 top-flight games.
  • Callum Wilson is now Newcastle United’s outright second-highest scorer in the Premier League with 47 goals.
  • Joao Pedro has scored nine Premier League goals for Brighton this season, with only Glenn Murray (13 in 2018/19, 12 in 2017/18), Alexis Mac Allister (10 in 2022/23) and Neal Maupay (10 in 2019/20) scoring more for the Seagulls in a single Premier League season.
  • Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi picked up his fifth booking of the season, with no manager in the Premier League receiving more cards this season than him (Mikel Arteta also with 5).

Newcastle vs Brighton Top Tip

  • Anthony Gordon has 10 goals and 10 assists in the Premier League this season, becoming just the third Newcastle player to hit double figures for both goals and assists in a single campaign after Andrew Cole in 1993/94 (34 goals, 13 assists) and Ruel Fox in 1994/95 (10 goals, 11 assists).
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Anthony Gordon to score or assist

Newcastle vs Brighton

Today’s Football Tips

There is no Premier League action today, but there is a key Europa Conference League game set to take place, as Olympiakos face off with Aston Villa.

Aston Villa travel away from home to take on Olympiakos, and we’ve got it covered with our bet builder of the day article, while for those of you looking to place an acca, we have our acca of the day lined up and ready to go.

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