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Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Prediction, Preview & Odds – Premier League

We have a Nottingham Forest v Newcastle prediction for you plus a breakdown of the betting odds, team news and matchups ahead of Saturday Evenings kick-off.

Nottingham Forest since the arrival of Nuno Espirito Santos have improved considerably with 7 points in their last 5 league games and never losing a game by more than a goal.

Newcastle, following a difficult period, have 4 points in their last two league games and remain a serious side despite recent hardships.

How To Watch Nottingham Forest v Newcastle

When is Nottingham Forest v Newcastle?

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle will take place Saturday at 5.30 pm in the Premier League’s evening kick-off.

TV Channel

Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main Event

Where is Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Being Played?

Nottingham Forest are at home so this fixture will be played at their home ground City Ground in Nottingham.

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Odds

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Betting Odds – Premier League
Team Odds Chance
Nottingham Forest 11/5 31.3%
Newcastle 11/10 47.6%
The Draw 13/5 27.8%

Nottingham Forest are 11/5 underdogs according to the latest Premier League odds at BoyleSports despite having home advantage in this game.

Newcastle can be backed as 11/10 favourites. The draw is priced up at 13/5 per the latest football betting odds at BoyleSports.

Handicap Betting

Nottingham Forest: +1 @ 7/10

Newcastle: -1 @ 14/5

Handicap Draw: +1 @ 3/1

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Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Weather Forecast

The weather Saturday evening in Nottingham is expected to be 8 degrees and there will be a light shower during the game for a period.

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Preview

Nottingham Forest’s Form

Nottingham Forest currently occupies 16th on the table and are only 2 points above the relegation zone with 15 games remaining to save their Premier League status. However, the signs remain promising since the arrival of Nuno they have 7 points from 5 league games, a run which started with a 1-3 victory against Newcastle on Boxing Day.

Last weekend in the league they drew 1-1 against Bournemouth despite falling behind early through Kluivert in the 5th minute, Hudson Odoi was on hand to equalise in the 45th minute. Interestingly, Forest despite being away had fewer shots and XG (8) and 0.53 to Bournemouth (9) and 1.27 but had more possession despite being away from home.

Forest overcame Bristol City 5-3 on penalties in the FA Cup Wednesday after a 1-1 draw to keep their cup chances for another round. They’re tough to beat and a shock win here could bring them to 14th.

Nottingham Forest’s Last Five Results

Nottingham Forest 1-1 Bristol City (5-3) Penalties | February 7th| Draw

Bournemouth 1-1 Nottingham Forest | February 4th | Draw

Nottingham Forest 1-2 Arsenal | January 30th | Loss

Nottingham Forest 0-0 Bristol City | January 26th | Draw

Brentford 3-2 Nottingham Forest | January 20th | Loss

3 Draws and 2 Losses

Newcastle’s Form

Newcastle currently occupies 9th in the table and despite a poor run in recent weeks, they’ve 4 points from their last four games including an impressive 1-3 victory over an in-form Aston Villa side. The pressure remains on Eddie Howe, and he needs to pull out some better results or his job could be on the line.

Last Weekend, Newcastle had a dramatic 4-4 draw against Luton as they squandered a two-goal lead. Newcastle had 54% of possession in the game with their 19-shot total creating an Expected Goals of 2.40 compared with Luton’s 11 shots and an XG of 2.36.

Newcastle know a victory could see them rise back up to 7th in the table.

Newcastle’s Last Five Results

Newcastle 4-4 Luton Town | February 3rd | Draw

Aston Villa 1-3 Newcastle | January 30th | Win

Fulham 0-2 Newcastle | January 27th | Win

Newcastle 2-3 Man City | January 13th | Loss

Sunderland 0-3 Newcastle | January 6th | Win

3 Wins, 1 Loss and 1 Draw

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Predicted Lineups

Nottingham Forest Predicted Starting XI

Formation: 4-2-3-1

GK: Turner

RB: Williams, CB: Omobamidele, CB: Murillo, LB: Tavares

CM: Yates, CM: Dominguez

RW: Elanga, AM Gibbs-White, LW; Hudson-Odoi

CF: Awoniyi

Newcastle’s Predicted Starting XI (4-3-3)

GK: Pope

RB: Trippier, CB: Schár, CB: Botman, LB: Burn.

RCM: Longstaff, CM: Guimaraes; LCM: Miley,

RW: Barnes, CF: Isak; LW Gordo

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Head-To-Head Results & Stats

All-Time Head-To-Head Record

Nottingham Forest wins: 35

Newcastle wins: 53

Draws: 27

Head-To-Head Results Last Five Matches

Newcastle 1-3 Nottingham Forest | Premier League| December 26th, 2023

Nottingham Forest 1-2 Newcastle | Premier League | March 17th, 2023

Newcastle 2-0 Nottingham Forest | Premier League | April 16th, 2023

Nottingham Forest 3-1 Newcastle | League Cup | August 29th, 2018

Newcastle 2-3 Nottingham Forest | League Cup| August 23rd, 2017

Betting Trends


Coming in the game between both teams there has been an average of 3.37 Goals Per Match this season which is more than the league average of 3.2

Across the sides matches 87% have Over 1.5 Goals, 64% have Over 2.5 Goals and 64% have had BTTS.


Between both sides, they average 4.37 Cards Per Match, which is lower than the league average of 4.79.


The sides average 8.27 Corners per match between them which is less than the league average of 10.66

Scoring Patterns

Nottingham Forest’s busiest period comes straight after the half-time break where they have scored 7 goals and conceded 10.

Newcastle interestingly scored 10 goals and conceded 8 from the 61st to 75th minute but in the last 15 the stats reverse with 8 goals and 10 conceded

Key Players To Watch

Andrew Omobamidele – Nottingham Forest

The Leixlip man Republic of Ireland CB had a tough start to his career at Nottingham Forest since his big-money move from Norwich last summer. However, he has become a regular fixture in the Forest defence playing every minute of their last 5 games. A colossal defender with plenty more to come from him.

Bruno Guimaraes – Newcastle

The Brazilian midfielder is one of the best in the league and could be destined for an even bigger move if Newcastle can’t match his expectations.

Not surprising for a Brazilian he is an elite dribbler and passer when compared to other central midfielders his 1.62 Successful Take-Ons Per 90 put him in the 92nd percentile and his 7.32 Progressive Passes in the 89th percentile, making him the club’s best chance at creating chances from expected minimal chances.

Nottingham Forest v Newcastle Prediction & Best Bet

Prediction: Nottingham Forest 1-3 Newcastle

Nottingham Forest have proven to be a tough nut to crack under Nuno and while some of their results have been unspectacular they’ve become more defensively solid which will stand them in good stead for their relegation battle.

Newcastle have gone through a tough period in recent weeks and despite a brilliant result against Aston Villa, they will be disappointed with their result against Luton which piles the pressure on Howe even more.

I fancy Newcastle to have a comfortable victory in this game.

Best Bet: Newcastle By Exactly 2 Goals @ 5/1

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