Liverpool welcome Newcastle United to Anfield for the last game of the English Premier League season. Liverpool are hoping that Manchester City slip up against West Ham, so that there is a possiblilty to claim the title for the first time in the era of the Premier League. To watch Liverpool vs Newcastle United Live Streaming, click here.

In 39 English Premier League meetings between Liverpool and Newcastle United, there has never been a goalless draw. There have been 126 goals in Barclays Premier League games between Newcastle and Liverpool, the joint-most of any fixture in the history of the competition. The stats surely mean there will be several goals scored today.


1- Liverpool have won just one of their last four Premier League games played on the final day of the season (W1 D1 L2) – this win coming against already relegated QPR last season (1-0).

2- Luis Suarez has 31 Premier League goals this season – he needs one more goal to set a standalone record for a 38-game PL campaign.

3- Liverpool need one more goal to reach the 100 mark this season in the Premier League – this has only happened twice before (Chelsea – 103 in 2009-10 and Man City – 100 this season).

4- Daniel Sturridge’s goals have won Liverpool 18 points this season; no player in the Premier League has won as many points for their side in 2013-14.

5- The last time that more than one team scored 100+ goals in the same top-flight season was 1960-61 (three teams did so).


1- Newcastle have failed to win on the final day of the Premier League campaign in each of their last six seasons in the top-flight (D2 L4).

2- Newcastle have scored just four goals in seven games against the current top four sides in the Premier League this season.

3- Newcastle have not won any of their last 18 Premier League trips to Anfield (L15 D3).


Newcastle 2 (Cabaye, Dummett) Liverpool 2 (Gerrard, Sturridge), Premier League, October 2013

Newcastle 0, Liverpool 6 (Agger, Henderson 2, Sturridge 2, Borini), Premier League, April 2013

Liverpool 1 (Suarez) Newcastle 1 (Cabaye), Premier League, November 2012