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Liverpool vs. Newcastle United live stream: How to watch Premier League online, TV channel, prediction, time


After a strong start to the holiday season for Liverpool, the Premier League leaders aim to begin the new year on a positive note against Newcastle United. The Reds were the lone team in the top three to win after Christmas and now have a two-point lead on second place Arsenal. They are the favorites against Newcastle, who have slipped to ninth place as their downward spiral continues amidst an injury crisis. They have just three wins in their last 12, and are now eight points behind fourth place Manchester City.

Date: Monday, Jan. 1 | Time: 3 p.m. ET

Location: Anfield -- Liverpool, England


Liverpool rang in the festive period with a 2-0 win at Burnley but arguably made things more difficult for themselves than they needed to. They were fully dominant with 19 shots and 10 on target but lacked a little bit of efficiency in front of goal. The troubles in front of goal are emerging as a theme for Jurgen Klopp's side in recent matches, but Liverpool manage to pick up points more often than not.

They still have not lost in league play since their controversial 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur on Sept. 30, a run of 13 games. Mohamed Salah is coupling a title charge with a battle for golden boot -- he has 12 goals this season including two in the last five and currently sits just two goals behind Erling Haaland, who leads the scoring charts. Salah is also joint top for assists with Wolverhampton Wanderers' Pedro Neto and Newcastle's Kieran Trippier, all of whom have seven.


Liverpool might be wasteful with their chances, but their form has not dipped enough to cause them trouble against a Newcastle team that is struggling to get things right at the moment. Expect the hosts to do just enough to keep the Magpies at bay. Pick: Liverpool 2, Newcastle United 0.

After beating Burnley 2-0 at Turf Moor with relative ease last time out, Liverpool jumped to the top of the Premier League standings — a position that was further strengthened by Arsenal and Aston Villa's subsequent losses.

That means they began the final English top-flight matchday of 2023 at the summit and even though Newcastle United pose another difficult proposition, Jurgen Klopp and his side will be confident of winning again here.

BET: Liverpool vs. Newcastle latest odds on DraftKings

That's mostly due to the Reds' fantastic home form this season: they remain unbeaten through their opening nine outings at Anfield in the Premier League.

The hosts also hold an absolute stranglehold over Newcastle at this venue, as the Magpies have failed to win on any of their prior 27 league visits since last taking victory back in April 1994. That won't exactly come as music to the ears of boss Eddie Howe, who has seen his side really struggle of late.

MORE: English Premier League table 2023/24: Updated EPL standings

Liverpool vs Newcastle match facts

Date: Saturday, December 30, 2023

Kickoff time: 8 p.m. local (3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT)

Location: Anfield (Liverpool, England)

Last meeting: Newcastle United 1-2 Liverpool (August 27, 2023 | Premier League)

Liverpool vs Newcastle prediction, odds

Moneyline lean: Liverpool (-235)

Score prediction: Liverpool 2-0 Newcastle

Liverpool vs Newcastle best bet

Pick: Under 2.5 goals scored

Odds: +175 (DraftKings)

Given that Newcastle have really struggled of late and Liverpool have only conceded six times across nine home league outings at Anfield, it's very difficult to ignore just how good the value is on the under 2.5 goals scored selection with DraftKings.

At +175, there won't be many Premier League matches this season that hold better odds for that same bet and we think that it's definitely worth the punt.

As mentioned before, Liverpool have looked strong defensively this campaign, especially on home soil, keeping five clean sheets in nine attempts. That's seen them hold teams like Manchester United, Brentford and Aston Villa, amongst others, goalless at this venue and with Newcastle not firing on all cylinders of late, another shutout wouldn't surprise here.

Liverpool vs Newcastle prop bet

Pick: Darwin Nunez to score anytime

Odds: +125 (DraftKings)

There are quite a few reasons to expect Darwin Nunez to get on the scoresheet in this latest outing against Newcastle.

Starting last time out, he opened the scoring for the Reds versus Burnley with a sweetly struck shot from just outside the box to take his tally to eight goals through 27 competitive appearances this campaign.

Two of those came in the reverse fixture at St. James' Park, as he helped his team to an unlikely 2-1 victory off the bench.

Match Preview

Eddie Howe will be hoping Newcastle United can banish their away-day demons when his struggling travellers head to face Premier League title contenders Liverpool at Anfield for the first English top-flight game of 2024 on Monday.

Newcastle were haunted by a ghost of Christmas past on Boxing Day as former striker Chris Wood scored an impressive hat-trick to power Nottingham Forest to an unlikely 3-1 victory at St. James’ Park. Alexander Isak’s 23rd-minute opener from the penalty spot ultimately proved irrelevant as Newcastle conceded three goals to slump to a disappointing defeat. Howe’s men have also won just one of their last 11 away games – a record-breaking 8-0 hammering of Sheffield United back in October – and a poor run of form has seen Howe’s side slip down to ninth in the league table heading into Matchday 20.

Already out of the UEFA Champions League and eliminated by Chelsea in the EFL Cup quarter-finals, Howe must find a method to overcome a challenging period for the Magpies, who have been hampered by injuries. Goalkeeper Nick Pope, Harvey Barnes, Joe Willock, Jacob Murphy, Elliot Anderson and Matt Targett are all sidelined still, while Sandro Tonali remains suspended due to his gambling-related ban.

It is an entirely different story for Liverpool, who continue to go blow-for-blow with Arsenal at the Premier League summit – the league-leading Reds sit two points ahead of the Gunners after MD 19 when Mikel Arteta’s side fell to a surprise 2-0 loss at home to West Ham United on Thursday. Jürgen Klopp’s men were comfortable 2-0 winners over Burnley at Turf Moor on Tuesday as Darwin Núñez and the fit-again Diogo Jota were on target against Vincent Kompany’s relegation-threatened hosts. Heading into the weekend’s fixtures, the Anfield club are three points clear of third-placed Aston Villa, five ahead of Manchester City – who have a game in hand – in fourth and six clear of Tottenham Hotspur.

An early-season title charge has been somewhat stalled by injuries, suggesting Liverpool can still strengthen both with their current squad and in the January transfer window. Klopp remains without Andy Robertson, Thiago Alcântara, Joël Matip, Stefan Bajcetic and Kostas Tsimikas – the latter having suffered a broken collarbone in the 1-1 draw with fellow title contenders Arsenal on 23 December – though there is hope Alexis Mac Allister will return from a troublesome knee issue for Monday’s kick-off.

Jota, Núñez and Luís Diaz will fight for two spots in Liverpool’s attack to partner Mohamed Salah, whose next Premier League goal will be his 150th for Liverpool, making him the fifth player to reach the milestone with a single club in the competition, along with Harry Kane (Spurs), Sergio Agüero (Man City), Wayne Rooney (Man Utd) and Thierry Henry (Arsenal).

Former Chelsea and Roma forward Salah has scored in five of his six league appearances against Newcastle at Anfield, although the visitors have firepower of their own. Callum Wilson averages a Premier League goal every 135 minutes for Howe’s side, while teammate Isak averages one every 138 minutes – only Andrew Cole (121) has a better minutes-per-goal rate for the Magpies in the competition.

Liverpool have won their last five Premier League games against Newcastle and are unbeaten in 14 against them since a 2-0 loss in December 2015 (W10 D4).

Newcastle’s Anfield record is much worse, too, with the Magpies winless in their last 27 Premier League away games against Liverpool (D5 L22) since winning on their first-ever visit – 2-0 in April 1994. Only Everton (28 at Chelsea, ongoing) have endured a longer winless away run against an opponent in the competition.

There should be no concern for the home side about falling behind either, considering Liverpool have won 10 Premier League games against Newcastle despite conceding the first goal. No side has beaten another more times having conceded first in the competition’s history.

That run includes a 2-1 win at St. James’ Park in the reverse fixture this season thanks to a Darwin Núñez double after Virgil van Dijk’s 28th-minute dismissal. Anthony Gordon scored the opener in the August meeting but the last Newcastle player to score home and away Premier League goals against Liverpool in the same campaign was Alan Shearer way back in 1999-00.

Recent Form

Newcastle’s away form has been woeful, with Howe’s side winning just one of their last 11 Premier League away games (D4 L6), losing each of the last four in a row – against Luton Town, Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and Bournemouth. They last lost more consecutively on the road in December/January in 2020-21 (five).

In complete contrast to their struggling visitors, Liverpool have lost just one of their last 51 Premier League home games and are unbeaten in 21 at Anfield (W16 D5) since a 2-1 loss to Leeds United in October 2022. However, they’ve failed to win their last two home league games, with both of those coming against sides to finish in last season’s top four (0-0 v Man Utd, 1-1 v Arsenal).

Both sides seem to suffer from a Christmas hangover into the New Year, though. Liverpool have failed to win their first league game in any of the last three calendar years (D1 L2), going down 3-1 at Brentford in January 2023.

Meanwhile, Newcastle have won their first league game in just one of the last 11 calendar years (D3 L7), winning 1-0 at Stoke City in 2018. However, they’ve never lost against Liverpool on New Year’s Day, drawing 0-0 in 1913, before winning 9-2 in 1934 and 1-0 in 2003.

Opta Power Rankings

The Opta Power Rankings are a global team ranking system that assigns an ability score to over 13,000 domestic football teams on a scale between zero and 100, where zero is the worst-ranked team in the world and 100 is the best team in the world.

Ahead of kick-off this weekend, here is the Opta Power Ranking for both sides.

The Premier League returns to the fold with another set of matches this week as Newcastle United lock horns with Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side in a crucial encounter at Anfield on Monday.

Liverpool vs Newcastle United Preview

Newcastle United are currently in ninth place in the Premier League standings and have been inconsistent so far this season. The Magpies slumped to a shock 3-1 defeat at the hands of Nottingham Forest in their previous game and will need to bounce back this weekend.

Liverpool, on the other hand, are at the top of the league table at the moment and have been in impressive form so far this season. The Merseyside outfit eased past Burnley by a 2-0 scoreline this week and will be confident ahead of this fixture.

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