Newcastle looked fatigued in their defeat to Spurs last weekend and there were perhaps some signs of tiredness
in their midweek loss to the Rossoneri. However, Eddie Howe’s men have largely responded well
to setbacks and home advantage could also be a big factor here.
After losing last season’s EFL Cup final, the St James’ Park outfit had a no disgrace 2-0 defeat to Man City and then embarked on a five-game winning sequence,
winning eight of their next nine league games in what proved to be a crucial period in their successful top four bid last season.
Newcastle will be eager to return to Europe’s top table next season after this year’s taster and they have been close to perfect at home,
winning seven of their eight Premier League games – losing only to Liverpool.
Fulham sit 10th in the Premier League table but they are in the bottom five when it comes to away form, managing one win in eight attempts (D3, L4).
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The Cottagers are coming into the game after two huge wins,
but they haven’t won on the road in the league since August so a home win looks the best option for our main bet.