In an exciting clash between Newcastle and Liverpool, the spotlight was on as Nuniez delivered a remarkable performance, leading Liverpool to a late comeback in their return to the Premier League.

The match was nothing short of thrilling, with both teams putting on a spectacular show for football fans. The highlight of the game was Nuniez’s exceptional double, which proved to be the turning point for Liverpool. Their victory was not just a win on the scoreboard, but a testament to their determination and skill.

As the final whistle blew, Liverpool celebrated their triumphant return to the Premier League, thanks to Nuniez’s brilliant efforts on the field. This victory marks a significant moment for the team and their supporters, as they kick-start their journey in the league with an impressive win.

In the end, the Newcastle vs Liverpool match will be remembered not only for the goals and action-packed moments but also for Nuniez’s outstanding performance that brought Liverpool back into the game. Football enthusiasts and Liverpool fans alike have plenty to cheer about as they look forward to what the rest of the season holds for their beloved team.

As Liverpool’s unbeaten start to the Premier League season continued, Darwin Nunex produced two remarkable comebacks in the span of 13 minutes to seal a victory over Newcastle United.

Anthony Gordon scored the opening goal after capitalizing on errors made by Trent Alexander-Arnold in the 25th minute and Virgil van Dijk in the 28th minute when he fouled Alexander Isak. As a result, Newcastle gained the upper hand after Reds center-back Van Dijk was declared injured.

The guest team’s goalkeeper, Alison, made a sensational save right after the host team’s forward Miguel Almirón unleashed a powerful shot against Woodwork, to prevent them from taking the lead. Additionally, the attacker from Paraguay also hit the post in the second half. This came as Liverpool struggled to find the target for 53 minutes after Van Dijk’s departure.

 1st half2nd halfFinalGoal scorers
Newcastle101Anthony Gordon (25)
Liverpool022Darwin Nunez (81, 90 +3)

It all changed when Nunz, who had arrived just four minutes ago, lifted a rickshaw on Sven Botman’s shot, claimed a penalty inside the box, and with a fierce, precise low finish in front of Nick Pope, managed an astonishing drill. With nine minutes remaining and only a post away, they went out.


A more unlikely drama unfolded when Bruno Guimaraes released his hold, Mohammed Salah delivered a subtle pass beyond Dan Burn for Nunez, and the forward cruelly finished past Pope. This brought a thrilling, occasionally unpredictable match to a close, with an extra three minutes added to the clock.

Van Dijk was unhappy with referee John Brooks for handing his second red card of his Premier League career to Netherlands International. He expressed his disagreement by saying that he did not commit a foul in the incident that led to Liverpool’s setback.

When his defenders let a routine pass to slide under his legs and handed the former Everton player a clear run to score a goal on a difficult afternoon, Gordon challenged Alexander-Arnold. He had to flee in both directions, so this bothered him from the left and the right.

After the break, a clear request was made to continue the examination of Alexander-Arnold’s performance, who was one of the players from Gordon Newcastle, and who will regret missed opportunities before Nunez’s introduction. Almiron also showcased an impressive performance on the crossbar, with enough space inside the penalty area when he could have scored.

A well-timed scene by Longstaff could have restored Newcastle’s lead, but for Allison’s alertness, and a VAR check denied Eddie Howe’s team a penalty when Alexander brought down Isaac. Andrew Robertson also thwarted a shot with his back during the second half.


Liverpool will be back in action next Sunday when they visit Aston Villa, who secured two consecutive wins by triumphing over Burnley in the opening day after their defeat in Newcastle.

Newcastle, on the other hand, will strive to bounce back from their second loss of the season, following their visit to Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.

Newcastle vs Liverpool result

 1st half2nd halfFinalGoal scorers
Newcastle101Anthony Gordon (25)
Liverpool022Darwin Nunez (81, 90 +3)

Full-time: Newcastle 1-2 Liverpool

Liverpool almost prevails in the very end! Darwin Nunez, who only entered the game in the 77th, scored two late goals to change the outcome of the match.

Trent Alexander-Arnold, who struggled for much of the game, lights up the opposition supporters. Together with his team, Jurgen Klopp enjoys the moment. What a fitting conclusion to a confusing game.

The 10 men succeed. We appreciate you watching our live coverage. A report and analysis are forthcoming.

Newcastle 1-2 Liverpool at 90+4 minutes.

The striker again springs into action from the right of the penalty area, beating Nick Pope. On Newcastle, be cruel!

90 +3 mins: GOAL – Newcastle 1-2 Liverpool (Darwin Nunez)

Remarkable! The substitute has done it!

90 +2 mins: Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

Sean Longstaff tries to score with a gloriously cheeky backheel inside the penalty area. Alisson is equal to it.

90 +1 mins: Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp is grinning with a faint air of menace now. Eddie Howe, who looks to have at least one tight black top on, looks sternly on.

There are going to be five minutes of added time for these managers to endure.

90 mins: Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

Another chance for Newcastle, Callum Wilson getting in front of his marker and firing over the target from a tight angle inside the penalty area on the right. He doesn’t look best pleased with that.

89 mins: Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

Miguel Almiron thumps in a shot from inside the penalty area and wants a penalty. A lightning VAR check confirms that the ball hit Andy Robertson’s back.

Sean Longstaff then sends a shot into Alisson’s arms. Blistering, unpredictable action – will we get another goal?

87 mins: Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

A miserable seven minutes or so for Sven Botman. The Newcastle defender has to be helped off the pitch after falling awkwardly.

Matt Targett replaces him.

84 mins: Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

Darwin Nunez levels up his tally of goals to yellow cards, collecting a booking for kicking the ball away.

83 mins: Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

That goal was Liverpool’s first attempt on target since Virgil van Dijk was sent off during the first half.

Darwin Nunez’s goal looks even better on replays. Fierce and off the post. The angle of the strike made it almost unstoppable.

81 mins: GOAL – Newcastle 1-1 Liverpool

Clinical from Darwin Nunez!

Sven Botman can’t rearrange his feet as an attempted pass hits him on the back just outside the penalty area. It’s unfortunate for the defender, the ball falling kindly for Nunez, who still has plenty to do but drills a low, precise finish beyond Nick Pope and into the far corner of the net.

Jurgen Klopp roars with delight. No missing that full display of pearly ultra-whites.

79 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Joelinton lets out a howl of pain and a grimace. Darwin Nunez is quick to pull him back to his feet… and levels from the ensuing attack!

78 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Dan Burn performs some heroic defending, then Harvey Barnes races to the other end and takes his time to shoot when he probably should have fed Callum Wilson, who was urging him to play a pass to the right of the penalty area.

The effort bobbles up and Liverpool just about deal with it.

77 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Darwin Nunez replaces Alexis Mac Allister. If one substitute doesn’t need much introduction, perhaps the second does: Jarell Quansah is a defender marking his debut, with Joel Matip making way.

76 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Miguel Almiron hits the post after a scintillating run!

The Paraguay international surges forward at an astonishing clip on the right, giving Alexis Mac Allister no chance of catching him and evading Joe Gomez’s pressure.

Almiron then fires in a blistering effort that comes off the far post and away, adding a little skip as he sends off the shot.

A penalty check takes place for a potential handball by Harvey Elliott. No further action is taken.

75 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Nick Pope comes well out of his penalty area to head clear with Mohamed Salah chasing it.

Then Diogo Jota goes down inside the penalty area after being nudged by Kieran Trippier, who’s not impressed with Jota going to ground.

A swift VAR check leaves Trippier the happier man.

74 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Two substitutes combine: Sean Longstaff whips in a cross from near the corner flag on the right, and Callum Wilson does well to evade his marker but can only boom a header comfortably wide.

72 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Arch super-sub Callum Wilson comes on for Alexander Isak. Anthony Gordon, who must be breathing heavily for all his exertions today, makes way for Harvey Barnes, and Sean Longstoff supplants Sandro Tonali.

69 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Busy times for Newcastle’s defence: Sven Botman heads behind for another Liverpool corner.

Plenty of pressure but little end product for Liverpool during the past few minutes. Dan Burn launches the danger away with another humongous header.

68 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Sven Botman concedes another corner, this time on Newcastle’s left. Joelinton heads the delivery behind, and Dan Burn nods the ensuing corner away.

67 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Now Sven Botman is in action at the other end. Diogo Jota’s perceptive low pass finds Mohamed Salah inside the penalty area on the left, and Botman slides in to divert the ball behind.

Nick Pope punches clear from the corner, and Liverpool collect possession inside their half and start building again.

66 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Diogo Jota brings Kieran Trippier down to give Newcastle a free-kick in a promising position, almost level with the penalty area on the right.

Trippier swings it in front of goal, where Sven Botman glances a header wide of the far post.

65 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

It’s been a fine afternoon’s work by Anthony Gordon, the perennial thorn in Liverpool’s side.

This time he cuts inside, nears the edge of the penalty area and flashes a fierce shot past a post.

64 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Andy Robertson finds space and tries to rush forward in the left channel. Joelinton bursts back and dispossesses him to avert the danger.

61 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

To what must be Jurgen Klopp’s relief, Liverpool have spent more time in the Newcastle half since Harvey Elliott and Diogo Jota came on.

Newcastle are energetically pressing them but the visitors are keeping the ball in promising areas. Joe Gomez heads well wide from a free-kick.

59 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Diogo Jota makes an instant impact, breaking free on the left and winning a corner.

It’s not often you see Liverpool go this long without creating a chance. Newcastle clear, Jota gets on the ball again on the left, then Dan Burn tackles Mohamed Salah as the hosts harry their opponents.

58 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Wataru Endo’s full debut for Liverpool is over. The Japan captain makes way alongside fellow central midfielder Cody Gakpo, replaced by Harvey Elliott and Diogo Jota, who Liverpool must be hoping will give them a semblance of spark in attack.

56 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Kieran Trippier feeds Sandro Tonali on the right, who’s in an abundance of space, charges forwards and swings in a low cross which is touched behind by Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Liverpool changes are on the way.

55 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Sandro Tonali is the latest Newcastle player to almost make contact with a cross from the left inside Liverpool’s box.

Tonali then gives the ball away. Liverpool try to build an attack but their lack of cohesion is evident again.

54 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Anthony Gordon sends in a shot which Alisson claims comfortably. Then Liverpool give the ball away inside their own half on the left, and Alexis Mac Allister shepherds the resulting throw-in behind.

Liverpool are having a hard time escaping their half.

53 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Andy Robertson wins possession deep inside his own half and sets off on a speedy run, then loses control of the ball and sends it out of play, almost crashing into Jurgen Klopp in the process.

The Liverpool manager is apoplectic about something. Or it could be everything, on the basis of the game so far. His ire appears to be in the direction of Sandro Tonali doing his bootlaces up, but it’s hard to tell. Anyway, the home fans enjoy it.

51 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Kieran Trippier is booked for what could have been a challenge or moaning at John Brooks.

On second-half chances alone, Newcastle will have plenty to rue if they don’t win this.

50 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Now Joelinton has a go at Trent Alexander-Arnold, entering the box on the left, cutting back and finding Miguel Almiron unmarked on the other side of the penalty area.

Almiron fires well over the crossbar. All the composure of a toddler let loose inside a pick-and-mix factory.

48 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Trent Alexander-Arnold wastes a free-kick inside Newcastle territory. Jurgen Klopp has not cut a happy character for much of this afternoon, and he’s now having a chat with the fourth official.

47 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Anthony Gordon is on fire on the left flank. The ex-Evertonian performs stepovers as he beats Trent Alexander-Arnold again, enters the penalty area and cuts a pass back into the path of Alexander Isak.

A check takes place after Isak goes down as Liverpool deal with the danger, but there’s no infringement.

46 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

No changes at the break. Newcastle pick up where they left off, Anthony Gordon seizing on a Trent Alexander-Arnold error and swishing in a low cross

Joel Matip is bamboozled by the delivery. Joe Gomez just about clears.

Half-time: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Newcastle had Nick Pope sent off when Liverpool won 2-0 here in February. If they were targeting revenge today, they couldn’t have envisaged it being quite such a mirror of that day.

This time it’s Liverpool who are down to 10 men courtesy of Virgil van Dijk’s dismissal for a foul on Alexander Isak, compounding their misery after Anthony Gordon had capitalised on Trent Alexander-Arnold’s miscontrol to race through and put the hosts ahead.

Forgettable for Liverpool, fantastic for Newcastle and frenetic all round, that half will tempt both managers to change their tactics, particularly Jurgen Klopp. Are the Magpies about to win this fixture for the first time in 14 attempts?

45 mins +3: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Liverpool can’t do anything with the corner that is probably their final chance to cause danger during this first half.

A suitable roar of approval goes up from the home fans as Joe Gomez is penalised for pulling back Sandro Tonali near the halfway line. Newcastle are closing in on a half-time lead.

45 mins +2: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Andy Robertson swings an inviting cross from the left towards Joe Gomez inside the penalty area. Joelinton intervenes acrobatically, wincing as he gets back up.

45 mins +1: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Joelinton’s been grumping at John Brooks persistently during the later stages of this half. He’s pulled up for a foul on Alexis Mac Allister inside Liverpool territory, looking no more impressed with that decision.

44 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Dominik Szoboszlai has a go from a free-kick in a useful position just outside the penalty area for Liverpool, lofting his shot high over the crossbar.

There will be four minutes of added time.

41 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Newcastle’s xG is 0.98. Liverpool’s is 0.21.

The Reds will probably score before half-time, now that’s out in the open

38 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Liverpool are still on the ropes. Alisson tips a cross away haphazardly, allowing Kieran Trippier to cut back a low cross from inside the penalty area on the right.

Miguel Almiron swings in a shot from the pass, sending it narrowly wide.

35 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Extraordinary shot, exceptional save! A headed clearance falls for Migeul Almiron inside the penalty area to the right of centre, and his control and volley are magnificent, thumping a thunderbolt of an effort towards goal.

Alisson somehow keeps it out, tipping the shot against the crossbar and then clawing it behind. That one looked like it could have bounced over the line, but there’s no signal from John Brooks and Liverpool breathe a sigh of relief.

32 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Luis Diaz’s 50th Premier League appearance comes to an uncelebratory end, making way for Joe Gomez in a defensive tactical change following that red card for Virgil van Djik.

29 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Newcastle now look like a team with an extra man. Their free-kick from that Van Dijk foul causes trouble, then a cross from the opposite side reaches Dan Burn at the far post on the right, who plants a header into Alisson’s arms.

Liverpool are right up against it. Their status as the team on the longest current unbeaten run in the Premier League looks precarious.

27 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Virgil van Dijk is sent off for the second time in his Liverpool career!

The defender is adjudged to have fouled Alexander Isak as the striker tries to go past him on the edge of the penalty area on the left channel.

Van Dijk was the last man but the amount of contact made is debatable. The Netherlands international makes his feelings known to John Brooks, who carries out a check and confirms the decision.

Van Dijk has a word with Jurgen Klopp as he heads gloomily off, the Liverpool manager offering him a pat on the hip.

26 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

A first quarter of the match to forget for Trent Alexander-Arnold. Anthony Gordon roared in ecstasy after accepting that gift.

Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, appeared to be glaring at his defender.

25 mins: GOAL – Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool (Anthony Gordon)

The most eye-catching individual battle of the first half proves a key feature of the opening goal!

Trent Alexander-Arnold allows a routine pass to roll under his foot inside his own half, allowing Anthony Gordon to scamper clear, enter the penalty area and fire past Alisson!

23 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

The sides trade half-chances: Mohamed Salah almost reaches an aerial ball behind the Newcastle defence, and the hosts then race to the other end but can’t trouble Alisson.

21 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

A relatively quiet period within an intense game. Sandro Tonali tries to find Joelinton with a crossfield pass, which is a little too long as its intended target brings it down beyond a touchline with a toe.

18 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

End-to-end fare. Luis Diaz goes on an electric diagonal run on the left, darting towards the penalty area, beating Kieran Trippier and weaving between two markers beyond him.

From a tight angle, the livewire stabs a shot towards goal. Nick Pope parries behind, and Liverpool can’t make the most of the corner.

16 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Two shots on target in quick succession from Newcastle: Joelinton goes first, swinging in an effort from just inside the penalty area on the left which is claimed by Alisson.

Anthony Gordon then has a go from outside the box with a shot that doesn’t really test the Liverpool goalkeeper either, but the Magpies are taking this game to Liverpool.

Eddie Howe was applauding before those two attempts went in, clearly happy with what he’s seeing.

13 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Kieran Trippier lofts the free-kick inside the penalty area. Liverpool clear.

12 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Bruno Guimaraes is nudged off the ball by Alexis Mac Allister in another feisty contest. That gives Newcastle a free-kick in a centrally-located area midway inside Liverpool’s half.

9 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Liverpool win another corner on the right. Andy Robertson fires it towards the far post, where goalkeeper Nick Pope comes a long way off his line – and, again, fails to reach the delivery.

Mohamed Salah retrieves possession by the corner flag but is hounded off the ball by two markers.

7 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

The Trent Alexander-Arnold vs Anthony Gordon skirmish continues. Newcastle are incensed as Alexander-Arnold is penalised but not cautioned again for putting an arm in Gordon’s face as he races past him, and Kieran Trippier appears to be making the point to John Brooks that the England defender might have been booked for that, had he not already had a yellow.

It’s a fair point, but would also have been daft if Alexander-Arnold had been dismissed for those two incidents, the first of which was as minor as it could get on his part after Gordon sent him skidding over the touchline at speed.

Eddie Howe isn’t happy and makes his feelings forcefully heard.

5 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Trent Alexander-Arnold is bundled over by a touchline by Anthony Gordon, which looks like being a good battle on the wing.

Alexander-Arnold lobs the ball away and, inevitably, is booked for that act of petulance.

3 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Cody Gakpo, operating in a central position, wins a free-kick for Liverpool beyond the halfway line. They’ve made a bright start here, with Mohamed Salah sticking to the right flank.

1 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Even by the standards of full stadiums, a huge roar goes up before kick-off. Liverpool, attacking from left to right, win a corner almost immediately after launching the ball long.

Trent Alexander-Arnold fizzes the delivery in from the right. Nick Pope can’t reach it but Joel Matip can only head over the crossbar.

A promising start for the neutral… and the away fans.

5 mins to kickoff: Liverpool are on the left side of the tunnel readying themselves to stroll out, with Virgil van Dijk leading them.

No sign of Newcastle United yet.

10 mins to kickoff: Liverpool manager Klopp says starting Wataru Endo starting “makes sense after a few sessions and in a really key role.”

“Everything we did in training, Wataru looked really good – so it was clear that he will start today,” Klopp tells Sky Sports, adding that Diogo Jota hasn’t started because he missed a tactically important training session with a cold, “like a few players during the week”.

Curtis Jones and Thiago will be back from Monday, reveals Klopp, who adds that Stefan Bajcetic is “a step further ahead”.

38 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Liverpool are still on the ropes. Alisson tips a cross away haphazardly, allowing Kieran Trippier to cut back a low cross from inside the penalty area on the right.

Miguel Almiron swings in a shot from the pass, sending it narrowly wide.

35 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Extraordinary shot, exceptional save! A headed clearance falls for Migeul Almiron inside the penalty area to the right of centre, and his control and volley are magnificent, thumping a thunderbolt of an effort towards goal.

Alisson somehow keeps it out, tipping the shot against the crossbar and then clawing it behind. That one looked like it could have bounced over the line, but there’s no signal from John Brooks and Liverpool breathe a sigh of relief.

32 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Luis Diaz’s 50th Premier League appearance comes to an uncelebratory end, making way for Joe Gomez in a defensive tactical change following that red card for Virgil van Djik.

29 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Newcastle now look like a team with an extra man. Their free-kick from that Van Dijk foul causes trouble, then a cross from the opposite side reaches Dan Burn at the far post on the right, who plants a header into Alisson’s arms.

Liverpool are right up against it. Their status as the team on the longest current unbeaten run in the Premier League looks precarious.

27 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

Virgil van Dijk is sent off for the second time in his Liverpool career!

The defender is adjudged to have fouled Alexander Isak as the striker tries to go past him on the edge of the penalty area on the left channel.

Van Dijk was the last man but the amount of contact made is debatable. The Netherlands international makes his feelings known to John Brooks, who carries out a check and confirms the decision.

Van Dijk has a word with Jurgen Klopp as he heads gloomily off, the Liverpool manager offering him a pat on the hip.

26 mins: Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool

A first quarter of the match to forget for Trent Alexander-Arnold. Anthony Gordon roared in ecstasy after accepting that gift.

Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, appeared to be glaring at his defender.

25 mins: GOAL – Newcastle 1-0 Liverpool (Anthony Gordon)

The most eye-catching individual battle of the first half proves a key feature of the opening goal!

Trent Alexander-Arnold allows a routine pass to roll under his foot inside his own half, allowing Anthony Gordon to scamper clear, enter the penalty area and fire past Alisson!

23 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

The sides trade half-chances: Mohamed Salah almost reaches an aerial ball behind the Newcastle defence, and the hosts then race to the other end but can’t trouble Alisson.

21 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

A relatively quiet period within an intense game. Sandro Tonali tries to find Joelinton with a crossfield pass, which is a little too long as its intended target brings it down beyond a touchline with a toe.

18 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

End-to-end fare. Luis Diaz goes on an electric diagonal run on the left, darting towards the penalty area, beating Kieran Trippier and weaving between two markers beyond him.

From a tight angle, the livewire stabs a shot towards goal. Nick Pope parries behind, and Liverpool can’t make the most of the corner.

16 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Two shots on target in quick succession from Newcastle: Joelinton goes first, swinging in an effort from just inside the penalty area on the left which is claimed by Alisson.

Anthony Gordon then has a go from outside the box with a shot that doesn’t really test the Liverpool goalkeeper either, but the Magpies are taking this game to Liverpool.

Eddie Howe was applauding before those two attempts went in, clearly happy with what he’s seeing.

13 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Kieran Trippier lofts the free-kick inside the penalty area. Liverpool clear.

12 mins: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Bruno Guimaraes is nudged off the ball by Alexis Mac Allister in another feisty contest. That gives Newcastle a free-kick in a centrally-located area midway inside Liverpool’s half.

9 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Liverpool win another corner on the right. Andy Robertson fires it towards the far post, where goalkeeper Nick Pope comes a long way off his line – and, again, fails to reach the delivery.

Mohamed Salah retrieves possession by the corner flag but is hounded off the ball by two markers.

7 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

The Trent Alexander-Arnold vs Anthony Gordon skirmish continues. Newcastle are incensed as Alexander-Arnold is penalised but not cautioned again for putting an arm in Gordon’s face as he races past him, and Kieran Trippier appears to be making the point to John Brooks that the England defender might have been booked for that, had he not already had a yellow.

It’s a fair point, but would also have been daft if Alexander-Arnold had been dismissed for those two incidents, the first of which was as minor as it could get on his part after Gordon sent him skidding over the touchline at speed.

Eddie Howe isn’t happy and makes his feelings forcefully heard.

5 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Trent Alexander-Arnold is bundled over by a touchline by Anthony Gordon, which looks like being a good battle on the wing.

Alexander-Arnold lobs the ball away and, inevitably, is booked for that act of petulance.

3 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Cody Gakpo, operating in a central position, wins a free-kick for Liverpool beyond the halfway line. They’ve made a bright start here, with Mohamed Salah sticking to the right flank.

1 min: Newcastle 0-0 Liverpool

Even by the standards of full stadiums, a huge roar goes up before kick-off. Liverpool, attacking from left to right, win a corner almost immediately after launching the ball long.

Trent Alexander-Arnold fizzes the delivery in from the right. Nick Pope can’t reach it but Joel Matip can only head over the crossbar.

A promising start for the neutral… and the away fans.

5 mins to kickoff: Liverpool are on the left side of the tunnel readying themselves to stroll out, with Virgil van Dijk leading them.

No sign of Newcastle United yet.

10 mins to kickoff: Liverpool manager Klopp says starting Wataru Endo starting “makes sense after a few sessions and in a really key role.”

“Everything we did in training, Wataru looked really good – so it was clear that he will start today,” Klopp tells Sky Sports, adding that Diogo Jota hasn’t started because he missed a tactically important training session with a cold, “like a few players during the week”.

Curtis Jones and Thiago will be back from Monday, reveals Klopp, who adds that Stefan Bajcetic is “a step further ahead”. He expects Ibrahima Konate to return after the international break in September.

20 mins to kickoff: Elsewhere in the Premier League today, Rodri’s late goal gave Manchester City a 2-1 win at Sheffield United and another promoted side, Burnley, also lost, succumbing 3-1 at home to Aston Villa.

Just the average of 3.5 goals a game, there. Newcastle vs Liverpool has a reputation for providing entertainment, so let’s hope this one follows suit.

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50 mins to kickoff: Those line-ups in full…

Liverpool (4-3-3, right to left): Alisson (GK) – Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Matip, Robertson – Endo, Mac Allister Szoboszlai – Luis Diaz, Gakpo, Salah

Newcastle (4-3-3, right to left): Pope (GK) – Trippier, Botman, Schar, Burn – Bruno Guimaraes, Tonali, Joelinton – Gordon, Isak, Almiron

55 mins to kickoff: New signing Wataru

1 hour to kickoff: Team news! Here’s how Newcastle start. They’re unchanged despite injury concerns during the week over Joelinton, while new loan signing Lewis Hall, from Chelsea, is not in the matchday squad.

1 hour 20 mins to kickoff: Callum Wilson is a man in form on Tyneside, scoring six in his last seven league games at St James’ Park – an average of one every 56 minutes.

Five of those have been as a substitute – more from the bench than any other Premier League player in 2023. Oumar Niasse (6) and Olivier Giroud (7) were the last players to score more in a single year, in 2017.

1 hour 40 mins to kickoff: Liverpool have won all but one of their last five league visits to Newcastle, including the last two.

They have, however, never won three consecutive visits to St James’ Park in their league history.

2 hours to kickoff: Hello and welcome to The Sporting News’ live coverage of today’s Premier League match between Newcastle United and Liverpool.

Eddie Howe’s success since his appointment as Magpies manager in November 2021 is demonstrated by his home record, winning 20 of his 34 Premier League matches at St James’ Park — a total only eclipsed by Kevin Keegan, who won that many in 30 games.

One of the four occasions on which Howe has overseen a loss, though, came against Liverpool in February. The visitors today suffered their most recent defeat two months later at Manchester City, and their 3-1 comeback win at home to Bournemouth last time out extended their unbeaten Premier League run to 13 matches — the longest current sequence without defeat of any top-flight team.

We’ll have team news coming up and live updates throughout the game!

Newcastle vs Liverpool lineups

Newcastle were unchanged despite injury concerns during the week over Joelinton, while new loan signing Lewis Hall, from Chelsea, was not in the matchday squad.

Newcastle United (4-3-3, right to left): Pope (GK) – Trippier, Botman, Schar, Burn – Bruno Guimaraes, Tonali, Joelinton – Gordon, Isak, Almiron

Newcastle subs: Dubravka, Lascelles, Wilson, Targett, Barnes, Livramento, Murphy, Anderson, Longstaff

New signing Wataru Endo started for Liverpool in place of Diogo Jota, while Joel Matip came in because of a muscle injury sustained by Ibrahima Konate.

Trent Alexander-Arnold made his 200th Premier League appearances.

Liverpool (4-3-3, right to left): Alisson (GK) – Alexander-Arnold, Van Dijk, Matip, Robertson – Endo, Mac Allister Szoboszlai – Luis Diaz, Gakpo, Salah

Liverpool subs: Kelleher, Gomez, Nunez, Elliott, Jota, Tsimikas, Bajcetic, Doak, Quansah

Newcastle vs Liverpool live stream, TV channel

Here’s how to watch this Premier League match across selected areas of the world’s major regions:

RegionTVStreaming
USANBC USA Network, TelemundoFubo, NBC app/website, Universo NOW, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
CanadaFubo Canada
UKSky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier LeagueSky GO, NOW TV
AustraliaOptus Sport
IndiaStar Sports Select 1, Star Sports 3 AsiaHotstar VIP,
JioTV
Hong KongNow Premier League 1 (Ch.620-621)Now TV
MalaysiaAstro SuperSport 3Astro Go, sooka
SingaporeHub Premier 1, Hub Premier 2StarHub TV+
New ZealandSky Sport Premier LeagueSky Sport NOW

UK: This match will be broadcast and streamed live on Sky Sports services.

USA: This fixture is available on the NBC USA Network and can also be streamed on Fubo. Telemundo shows the action in Spanish.

Canada: Every Premier League game this season is live streaming exclusively via Fubo in Canada, with discounts currently at more than 9% for annual plans and more than 20% for quarterly and monthly plans. 

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream every match live and on demand on Optus Sport.

MORE: Watch Premier League matches live with Fubo in USA

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