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Blackburn lost 4-0 in this fixture last season so can Sam Allardyce’s men fare any better this weekend? Gavin Beech thinks they might. Get his top tip and all the best odds here.

Former Newcastle manager Kevin Keegan has been awarded £2m damages plus interest after winning his case against the club for constructive dismissal.

An independent arbitration panel convened by the Premier League heard the case following a claim from Keegan.

The dispute relates to the circumstances in which the ex-England manager departed St James’ Park in 2008.

The panel agreed that in signing Uruguayan midfielder Ignacio Gonzalez, against Keegan’s wishes, the club were in breach of a term in his contract.

Keegan also claimed ‘stigma damages’ on the basis that he has found it difficult to obtain work as a top-flight manager as a result of which he will lose up to a further £16.5m which could have been earned up to the age of 65.

Blackburn lost 4-0 in this fixture last season so can Sam Allardyce’s men fare any better this weekend? Gavin Beech thinks they might. Get his top tip and all the best odds here.

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