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When it comes to Newcastle at present, they will likely not want the Premier League season to end and with six straight home wins under their belt, they will now look to extend that run to seven.
However, if they are to extend that run to seven, they must do so by getting the better of Liverpool and with the Reds still attempting to hunt down Manchester City at the top of the table, this is also a game that they must win.
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Although this Premier League title race has gone to plan for both Manchester City and Liverpool over the past few weeks, I think it is time to throw the cat amongst the pigeons or maybe a Magpie instead.
Because as red-hot as Liverpool have been, Newcastle have been no slouches at home and with Eddie Howe’s men having their tails up lately, I think this could be a hurdle that Liverpool fail to clear.
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Newcastle are currently 9th in the Premier League table. An incredible turnaround from a club that was bottom in December of last year and when Eddie Howe took over from Steve Bruce as manager, he had a herculean task to keep the Magpies in the division.
However, that task has been completed and then some and with a win on the road also collected last weekend, the Magpies have swooped into the top-ten - a standing that they would like to keep on the final day of the campaign.
With that said, Newcastle’s remaining four outings are far from easy and when it comes to additional points on the board, they may well struggle to add any more than the 43 that they have previously collected.
Then again, they could also have a huge say in the title race and with both Liverpool and Manchester City lying in wait across the next two weeks, who is to say dropped points will not be the order of the day.
Because this is a Newcastle side with a huge amount of momentum behind them - especially when it comes to playing at St James’ Park and this is something that Saturday’s opposition will have to be wary of.
There is no doubt that the last week has been a huge one for Liverpool and after getting the better of both Manchester United and Everton, two of their biggest rivals have been vanquished once again.
Of course, it is not just bragging rights that interest Liverpool fans, but the collection of league points and with another six added to their account in the past seven days, the club are still one behind their other footballing nemesis.
With that said, one behind could temporarily at least be two in front by the end of Saturday lunchtime and if the Merseyside men can mastermind a win on Tyneside, it will only ask another question of Manchester City.
A question that they themselves have been asked as of late and although they took longer than expected when gaining an advantage over Everton on Sunday, they still would run out winners in the end.
Which means the title race is back to as you were and although you would not put it past either of the two title protagonists winning every game from here on out, the neutrals would prefer a little more drama along the way.
When it comes to the history of Newcastle and Liverpool, it is the Reds who have come out on top more often than not. While the most memorable battles between the pair came back in the mid 1990’s and with two successive fixtures at Anfield, each ended with a 4-3 win to Liverpool.
St James’ Park opened in 1925 and holds up to 51,500 supporters.
Although St James Park gives up a little in terms of capacity, it arguably packs the biggest noise in the Premier League and with the club being down on their luck in the first half of the season, their fans continued to stand by them.
While it is this loyalty that has been repaid in spades during the second half of the campaign, their continual support at home has played a big part in Newcastle distancing themselves from the Premier League relegation zone.
When it comes to Premier League outright odds, Newcastle are gaining a lot of traction in the top-ten finish market and with their impressive home form continuing as of late, Eddie Howe’s men look well placed to finish further up the table.