Swansea v Newcastle odds, betting and match preview – back Swans to see off Pardew at Liberty Stadium
Latest Swansea v Newcastle betting odds, match preview and team news as Garry Monk will be looking to heap even more misery on Alan Pardew at the Liberty Stadium.
Struggling Newcastle will hope to ease the mounting pressure on manager Alan Pardew when they travel to Wales to take on Swansea.
The Magpies currently occupy the second last place in the table after failing to win any of their opening matches and Pardew is under no doubt as to the pressure he is under.
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“There’s not much to say – we need to get a win,” he said. “No matter what I say to some reasonable people it means nothing, we need to win.
“I spoke to the chief executive and we discussed ways of trying to help the team and getting the team playing to its capacity.
“Our fans want to see us play a brand of football that we can’t quite put together right now. We’re trying to do it and have quality.
“It is about fighting and digging in at the moment as a team, and if we do that then something will fall our way.”
Last time out Newcastle lost away to Stoke, their third defeat of the season and they will head to Wales minus the services of injured trio Siem de Jong (thigh), Rolando Aarons (hamstring) and Davide Santon (knee).
Mehdi Abeid is available again following a suspension while Ryan Taylor could also be in the squad following his recovery from a knee injury.
Swansea meanwhile will be without Jordi Amat and Leon Britton (both knee) not to mention the suspended Angel Rangel.
The Swans are currently fifth in the table following an impressive start to the season although they are currently without a win in their last three games.
Defeats to Chelsea and Southampton have lower expectations on Garry Monk although a point away to Sunderland last weeknd steadied the ship.
Swansea have a good recent record against Newcastle having won the last four encounters between the sides and another win on Saturday could see them climb to third.