Magpies to fly high

  • By: Matt Brocklebank
  • Last Updated: November 21 2013, 7:18 GMT

Check out our Matt Brocklebank's predictions for the selected matches in the Soccer Saturday Super 6 game.

Newcastle are backed for a 2-0 victory over Norwich.
Newcastle are backed for a 2-0 victory over Norwich.

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The Barclays Premier League provides five of the Super 6 games and Blackburn v Reading comes from the Sky Bet Championship.

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Here are Matt's predictions for the matches so get involved for the chance to win big!

Arsenal 2 Southampton 2 The Saints have already picked up four points from trips to Anfield and Old Trafford this season and are expected to give Arsenal a serious match.

Fulham 2 Swansea 1 Fulham are on the ropes, but they are a side that can hit back when not everyone expects it and I see them defeating Swansea, who aren't exactly flying themselves having only won one of their last six in the league.

Hull 1 Crystal Palace 0 Both promoted sides struggling for goals but Steve Bruce's men have more momentum behind them and can nick all three points.

Newcastle 2 Norwich 0 Newcastle have rediscovered their mojo since that painful derby defeat at Sunderland and should be too good for Norwich, whose home win over West Ham may have just papered over the cracks.

Stoke 1 Sunderland 1 It's hard to envisage a thriller, but Stoke have found the net in their last three games, while the away side will be buoyant after beating Manchester City.

Blackburn 1 Reading 1 Reading are really good on their day but are already 10 points off leaders Burnley due to drawing too many and it could be another frustrating stalemate for the Royals.


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