Premier League: Liverpool vs Newcastle Live Stream and Match Preview

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From having the manager’s tactics, lack of transfers, and an ageing core brought under heavy scrutiny recently, Liverpool comprehensively silenced their critics by equalling their biggest ever top-flight win in their 9-0 demolition of Bournemouth. The records tumbled from the first whistle with Liverpool scoring five first-half goals in the PL for the first time, ending their new-found reputation of being slow-starters after conceding first in the seven league games prior.

A buoyant Anfield will greet the Reds after that once-in-a-lifetime performance which brought up a quarter-century of undefeated home Premier League (PL) matches (W19, D6). The welcoming of Newcastle United will ignite memories of some absolute classics between the two, albeit it’s been mostly one-way traffic over the years as Liverpool are undefeated in the last 26 home H2Hs (W21, D5), while their 109 PL goals against Newcastle is their most against any opponent!

It might be foolish to write Newcastle off this time however, as they’ve made an undefeated start to the season (W2, D3) thanks to a 90th minute equaliser against Wolves last time out. They may need more luck if they’re to remain unbeaten through the opening five league games of a campaign here though, last doing so over a decade ago in the 2011/12 season.

While much has been made of Liverpool’s lacklustre transfer window, the Magpies have been very active, switching up from strengthening their backline to their frontline by smashing their club transfer record in signing Swedish international Alexander Isak. That will only garner confidence in the Newcastle corner, who have suffered only one defeat in their last six away matches (W3, D2), as they look to rewrite the history books.

Liverpool vs Newcastle Live Stream 

Players to watch: Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has seven goal contributions (G6, A1) in his last seven starts vs Newcastle, who’ll be hoping Chris Wood can disrupt Liverpool’s backline, given eight of his last 13 domestic goals have come away from home.
Hot streak: Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 15 matches played on a Wednesday (W13, D2).

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