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This week's fixture is the clash between Swansea and Newcastle which is Sky Sports featured match on Super Sunday. Just one point separates the two sides after three matches so it looks like it could be close at the Liberty Stadium so here's some ideas on how to predict the Golden Goal…
Tammy Abraham is a man in form and has found the net in four of his last matches (two for the Swans, two for England U21s) so the youngster could be a good option to notch first if he's in the starting XI.
Swansea have replaced Fernando Llorente with Wilfried Bony who returns to the club for a second spell. The Ivory Coast striker scored twice on his competitive debut first time around and if he starts could also be a good option.
Leroy Fer has already scored a couple from midfield and can be dangerous in the air when breaking into the box.
With two goals to his name, Aleksandar Mitrovic is Newcastle's top scorer and he'll be bouyed by his goal for Serbia against Moldova and his country's 1-0 win in Dublin that took them a step closer to the World Cup in Russia.
From midfield Matt Ritchie is always a danger for the Toon and after his Man of the Match performance in the 3-0 win over West Ham his name could be on the scoresheet against Swansea.
Time of first goal
In their last two league matches the first goals have come on the stroke of half-time for and against Swansea (45mins & 44mins) so there's a minor trend to follow there.
Similarly, in Newcastle's three league matches the average time of the first goal is 49 minutes. This game doesn't look like it's going to be a goal fest so it could take a while for defences to breached. Somewhere between 40 – 50 minutes looks the way to go.
Swansea have won six of the last eight meetings between the two sides but Newcastle won 3-0 the last time the teams met in the Premier League. Home advantage could be crucial though as has been proven by Swansea winning the last four encounters at the Liberty Stadium.
A narrow Swans win looks the way to go, possibly 1-0 or 2-0.
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