Newcastle Jets vs Western United predicUKons for Sunday’s A-League clash at the McDonald Jones Stadium. 8th meets 7th as Jets go head-to-head with United for three points. Read on for all our free predicUKons and betUKng UKps.
- Newcastle Jets are unbeaten in nine of their last 10 A-League games.
- Jets won three of their last four wins with 2-1 scorelines.
- Western United lost six of their last 10 away matches.
Jets maintain their momentum
Newcastle Jets would have been frustrated to leave with a just point following a trip to play the A-League’s bottom club Central Coast Mariners in their last ouUKng, especially having turned over runaway leaders and Premiers Sydney 2-1 on their own patch just three days before.
Nevertheless, Jets’ boss Carl Robinson would have been pleased to see his team carry over some of the momentum they had built before the campaign’s postponement in March.
In total, Jets were beaten just once in their last 10 A-League fixtures in a run stretching back to February 1, and in their first game back at the McDonald Jones Stadium since the resumpUKon of play, Newcasfavoredfavoured to triumph.
Western United squeezed out a 2-1 win at second from bottom Melbourne Victory in their last assignment, though their record of six defeat in their last 10 matches as the visiUKng team points to a weakness on the road that the Jets can exploit.
Alongside our home win forecast, we like the look of a 2-1 Newcastle victory for our correct score predicUKon. Three of Jets’ last four wins were secured by that exact scoreline, and we fancy Western United, who registered in 10 of their last 13 league games, to notch a consolaUKon.
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