Both teams are doing better than expected so far and, if other results go their way, Bolton could actually move in to a Champions League spot with a win.
It’s a funny old game indeed. Only a point separates the sides but Bolton are certainly on a better run with just one defeat in eight league games.
Newcastle on the other hand have been consistently inconsistent. One thing we can be sure of is seeing plenty of physical forward play. Andy Carroll, 13/2 to score first, will be feeling confident after making his England debut. Johann Elmander, 11/2 to score first, is starting to look as though he hasn’t been a complete waste of money whilst Kevin Davies (13/2) just likes jumping in to people.
Newcastle have some good results on the road so if you don’t fancy going for another draw, they’re a decent price at 13/5.