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Liverpool face another tough task in the Premier League, with the Merseyside giants traveling to Newcastle in a highly-anticipated showdown. This game, which kicks off at 11:30 a.m. ET, will take place at the iconic St. James' Park stadium but who will come away with the crucial points?
The Magpies enter this clash on the back of their recent trip to Manchester City which was a test of their title credentials. While Eddie Howe's men did not fail that hurdle miserably, they ultimately could not overcome the reigning champions, losing 1-0 following a clinical performance from the Cityzens.
A goal from Julian Alvarez decided that game and while Newcastle managed to get into promising positions, Isak and Co. did not test Ederson in goal. Nonetheless, one must not forget their opening game of the season when predicting how they will fare this campaign.
The UEFA Champions League side hosted Aston Villa in the opening game and tore Unai Emery's side to shreds, beating them 5-1. Against Liverpool, Howe's men will face a dysfunctional team that lacks legs and proper defenders in midfield. Will Newcastle power through the Reds and clinch the three points?
Liverpool have endured trauma throughout the summer, missing out on two key players who would have strengthened their midfield following the departures of Jordan Henderson and Fabinho.
The Merseyside giants initially prioritized a deal for Romeo Lavia but then pivoted towards Moises Caicedo, even offering a record bid for the Ecuadorian. In the end, Liverpool missed out on both players to Chelsea and were forced to sign Wataru Endo to bolster their midfield.
And so far, Klopp's men have been a mixed bag. The six-time UEFA Champions League winners have four points under their belt but there have been issues in their performances.
Liverpool kicked things off with a trip to Stamford Bridge and while they picked up a point, Chelsea managed to play through Salah and Co. with ease and were only let down by their lack of efficiency in front of goal. Against Bournemouth on Matchday 2, the Reds won 3-1 despite being reduced to 10 men but even the Cherries progressed up the pitch with relative ease.
Ultimately, what this game could come down to is Liverpool's breathtaking attack versus Newcastle's ruthless team. Only time will tell which side will emerge victorious.
Newcastle: Joelinton went off injured in the defeat to Man City but could return in time for this clash. However, Emil Krafth and Joe Willock remain sidelined. Harvey Barnes will be pushing for a start ahead of Anthony Gordan while Lewis Hall and Tino Livramento will also want minutes on the pitch.
Liverpool: Despite his red card against Bournemouth, Alexis Mac Allister will be available for this game after getting it rescinded in an appeal. Curtis Jones and Thiago Alcantara are unavailable while Ibrahima Konate has emerged as a surprise doubt for this tie, meaning one of Joel Matip or Joe Gomez could deputize. Trent Alexander-Arnold, however, should be fine to feature.
Jurgen Klopp has won 10 straight encounters with Edide Howe and could make it 11 consecutive victories in a row, which is a record.
Newcastle have lost 33 games against Liverpool. Only Arsenal have beaten the Magpies more often (34).
Furthermore, the Saudi-owned club are winless in their last 13 games against the Merseyside giants, having last beaten them in December 2015.
Last season, the Reds won both home and away against Howe's side.
Salah and Co. are currently on a 13-game unbeaten streak in the league.
Newcastle have failed to score in their last three encounters with Liverpool at St. James' Park and will look to end this run.
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