Match Preview: Liverpool 3-1 Newcastle Prediction and Betting Tips 14.09.2019

Liverpool – Newcastle Predictions

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Liverpool 3-1(2-1) Newcastle

Date: 14.09.2019 | Match at: 14:30 | League: ENGLAND: Premier League – Round 5 | Tip: HT/FT – 1/1 | Odds: 1.53 | Bookie: Bwin


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Looking to extend both their current 100% start to the season and a record-breaking run of 13 straight Premier League (PL) wins, Liverpool shouldn’t fear the recent international break halting their stride. Last season they won all three PL matches following such intermissions, scoring six times whilst conceding just once.
Furthermore, Liverpool have won three straight PL H2Hs, scoring an average of 3.0 goals per match, and go into this latest meeting looking formidable. The ‘Reds” have dominated possession in all four league matches so far (59.25% average), winning at half-time in each, and triumphing in six of eight total halves of football played.
Newcastle travel here having recovered from two defeats in their opening matches by beating Tottenham and securing a draw versus Watford. Taking a cautious approach, three of their four PL matches have featured under 2.5 goals, and they’ve scored just three themselves (0.75 per match average).
That’s not a new problem though, as just the bottom four scored fewer than Newcastle’s 42 goals last PL campaign. In fact the ‘Magpies’ average of just 2.16 total goals per PL away game that season was the division’s lowest.
Players to watchMohamed Salah (LIV) has scored in three straight H2Hs and has three goals from two PL home matches this season.
Marquee signing Joelinton (NEW) has made a splash in the PL, with one goal and two yellow cards so far.
Stat attack: Liverpool have been shown just two yellow cards from their four PL matches.
In Liverpool’s PL games following an international break last season, 71.43% of the goals arrived in the second half.
Last season, Newcastle lost 11 of 12 matches against the ‘Top Six’. Notably, eight of those defeats were by a single-goal margin, and a whopping six of those 12 games ended 2-1 (W1, L5).