Looking at the head-to-head stats there have been 152 matches played with Liverpool winning 72 of them, Newcastle won 42 and 38 have been draws.
In team news, Liverpool are still without their Brazillian goalkeeper Alisson and Nathaniel Clyne but could be boosted by the return of Naby Keita. Newcastle have Dwight Gayle, Florian Lejeune, Allan Saint-Maximin and Matt Ritchie all sidelined.
"Salah returned to training on Monday and participated normally, five days before the match against Newcastle United. Liverpool are expected to regain all their international players on Wednesday after the end of the international suspension. pic.twitter.com/vDYvIJcNNK
"Salah returned to training on Monday and participated normally, five days before the match against Newcastle United. Liverpool are expected to regain all their international players on Wednesday after the end of the international suspension. pic.twitter.com/vDYvIJcNNK— ??????#Liverpool (@Nassifayah1) September 9, 2019
Newcastle defender and captain Jamaal Lascelles will have his hands full against Jurgen Klopp’s attacking style and will do well to contain Mo Salah’s speed and dribbling skills.
|Match||Liverpool vs Newcastle United (Premier League)|
|Date & Kick-Off||Saturday, Sep 14th @ 12:30 BST, Live on BT Sport|
|Best Bet||Liverpool to win & Over 2.5 Goals at 8/15 (1.53) Boylesports|
After 4 matches, Liverpool are the only team in the Premier League with a perfect 100% record having beaten Norwich (4-1), Southampton (2-1), Arsenal (3-1) and Burnley (3-0) and they will be confident of continuing that run when they welcome Steve Bruce’s Newcastle to Anfield.
Liverpool’s betting odds to win are a prohibitive 2/13 (1.15) with Boylesports but we’re expecting some goals in this one so the ‘Match Result & Over 2.5 Goals’ combined bet at odds of 8/15 (1.53) looks more palatable. If you fancy an upset Newcastle to win is a massive 25/1 and the draw is 8/1.
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