Revealed: The toughest grounds to visit in the Premier League - and how St. James' Park measures up
Sunday afternoon's 2-1 win over Burnley has given Newcastle United some much needed breathing space between themselves and the bottom three.
The Toon Army are now six points clear of the drop zone after taking 32 points from 31 games this season.
If the season was decided on away matches alone, however, the Magpies would be in serious trouble.
Their record of four wins, three draws, and nine defeats on the road is the third-worst in the division.
Admittedly, Newcastle’s home form isn’t drastically better, but at the very least, 17 points from 15 outings at St. James’ Park would be enough to elevate them to 16th in a table based solely on clashes in their own backyard.
But how does that form compare to their home record over the past decade?
Bankrate.com have run the number on every Premier League side to see who has built up the strongest fortress over the past 10 years.
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