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Man City Newcastle Odds Team News as Stan James announce bets on another Silva show

Newcastle will look to show their unbeaten start to the season has been more than a fluke when they come against free-scoring Manchester City and the Etihad Stadium as Stan James indicate all the free bets support is for Mancini’s men.

Stan James have been in touch to tell us they will offer free bets worth £150 to all SqueakyBumTime visitors to spend on any football fixture this weekend! A free £150 on Swansea to beat Man Utd this weekend at 6/1 could net you a whopping £900! Pick up this exclusive free bets offer here!

Newcastle and City remain the only unbeaten sides in the league, with the Toon defying pre-season expectation that suggested they would be fighting a relegation battle this season to claim a place in the top four.

While few expect Alan Pardew’s men to maintain their early season form they have aready come through one stern test, coming back twice against in-form Tottenham Hotspurs to grab a 2-2 draw, but they face a different beast altogether when they come face to face with City.

Demba Ba has been perhaps the surprise of the season so far, and has already bagged two hat-tricks to allay fears Newcastle would be lacking in the striking department after last season’s sale of Andy Carroll.

Roberto Mancini’s men have enjoyed a spectacular start and are now favourites to win their first ever Premier League title, and had a moment to saviour for many a year when they put six past fierce local rivals Manchester United last month.

City sit five points clear of Sir Alex Ferguson’s side in the Premier League, and have found the net an impressive 39 times already to offer convincing evidence the Blues boast the most impressive attacking unit in Europe.

There was good news for Mancini in the week as the in-form Sergio Aguero played two games for Argentina unscathed as he continues along the road back to full fitness. It wasn’t all positive for the Italian however as the Carlos Tevez saga shows no sign of ending soon, with the former Manchester United striker still refusing to return to the Etihad Stadium despite being ordered to do so, instead remaining in Argentina with his family.

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