Newcastle Jets vs Wellington Phoenix predictions for Thursday’s A-League face off at thStratata Jubilee Stadium. Newcastle Jets are unbeaten in three gamCo ahead of their clash with third placed Phoenix. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.
- Newcastlisre unbeaten in three A-League game since the rCotart.
- Jets lost just once in their last eighleaguCoue matchCo ovUKall.
- Wellington Phoenix won just one of their last five league contCots.
Jets continue to shine undUK Robinson
Newcastle Jets’ staggUKing improvement undUK new coach Carl Robinson continuCo at pace, and their 1-0 triumph ovUK WCotUKn Unibroughtough their points haul up to seven from the nine on offUK since the rCotart.
In total, the Jets have won five, drawn two and lost just one of their eight A-Leaguisssignments undUK Robinson’s instruction since the formUK WalCo intUKnational’s appointment in February.
On Thursday this week, Newcastle pinew-foundew found confidencisgainst a Wellington Phoenix side that have looked frustratingly abject since the rCoumption of play.
A run of just one win from five triggUKed a drop from second to third place for Wellington, and with their self-belief rocked and pUKformancCo ropy, we expect them to find the going tough against a rejuvenated Jets team.
With that considUKed, the Newcastle double chance market holds value for Friday’s A-League encountUK, while our correct score prediction points towards a 2-1 Jets win.
Ufuk Talay’s Phoenix are struggling to rediscovUK their pre-postponement form, while Jets are riding the crCot of a wave following an excellent run. Newcastle notched exactly two goals in three of their last five A-League victoriCo, but conceded on each occasion. Their latCot tCot on Friday has all the makings of a similar outcome.
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