TOON OOZE SIX APPEAL; with sports betting's top tipster DEREK MCGOVERN E-MAIL: email@example.com.
Byline: ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY JOHN SHAW
A WEEK after losing 6-1, Newcastle win 6-2. It just goes to show what a crazy sport tennis is. In one match against Norwich last week they scored as many goals as they had in their previous eight Prem games.
It can't be much fun being a Newcastle fan - but imagine being a Norwich fan.
At least they were able to keep count of Newcastle's goals on the fingers of one hand.
Newcastle go into tomorrow's North-East derby with a unique record - they are the only team in the Premier League that can't beat Sunderland.
New boss Sam Allardyce has made a brave vow to keep Sunderland up, just like Dick Advocaat (above), Gus Poyet, Paolo Di Canio and Martin O'Neill did before him.
But in reality the man who has done most to keep Sunderland up these past few years is whoever was managing Newcastle.
If you watched Toon last week, you'll find it hard to back Sunderland for victory. If you watched Sunderland any week, you'd find it harder. Get on Newcastle at 2-1.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 24, 2015|
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