Chelsea will be looking to keep themselves at the top of the table when they travel to St James’ Park to face a Newcastle United side starting life without Steve Bruce.
Thomas Tuchel’s side find themselves a point ahead of second-place Liverpool as the European champions look to continue their claim as Premier League title contenders
The Blues have are unbeaten in their last five matches in all competition with four wins and a draw with the latter happening in their last match against Southampton in the Carabao Cup.
Meanwhile, Newcastle’s new owners are still waiting for their first win since the lucrative takeover happened but many on Tyneside will be relishing what the new Saudi owners will bring to the table, especially during the January transfer window.
- Mason Mount to score anytime – 21/10
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The Blues average 12.21 total corners per game and saw 19 in their Carabao Cup clash against Southampton. Over 11.5 total corners is 6/4.
Tuchel’s side have gone three games on the trot without picking up a single booking and a repeat at under 0.5 cards for the Stamford Bridge side is 3/1.
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Mason Mount will be looking to add to his tally after his hat-trick performance against Norwich last weekend.
The 22-year-old has picked up two assist as well this season as he continues to be one of the main names on Tuchel’s teamsheet.
This will be the 169th meeting between the two sides with Chelsea having the better overall record with 74 wins, 40 draws and 54 defeats.
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