Liverpool will visit tyneside on Saturday and will be looking to take top spot and overtake Arsenal on goas difference.
Last season, Liverpool and Newcastle drew at Anfield but at St. James’ park, the home side were ripped apart by Reds.
Newcastle were absolutely dismantled by the Reds last time as the home side suffered a 6-0 humiliating defeat. Alan Pardew’s men will be determined to battle Liverpool and take revenge.
The merseysiders are in fantastic form and are expected to have their England international Glen Johnson back.
Liverpool and Newcastle can make premier league record this weekend if four or more goals are scored in the fixture.
Currently the fixture that has produced most goals in the history of the premier league is the North London derby.
Arsenal and Tottenham have scored 125 goals since the inception of the league. The last game ended in a 1-0 victory for the gunners.
In second place are the fixtures between Liverpool and Newcastle that have produced 122 goals.
Liverpool have scored 6 goals in their last 2 PL games and will be looking to keep the scoring run going and a same result against Newcastle like last time can surely make the record.
Who will win?
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