The latest Newcastle v Liverpool odds as football fans are all set for a cracker with Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Loic Remy all set to start in the early kickoff Saturday (KO 12:45 GMT).
Newcastle take on Liverpool at St James Park in what looks to be the game of the weekend in the Premier League.
After the thrills and spills of the International break, players from both sides will return from joining up from their respective national sides and get back to the domestic action in England.
We should be in for a treat, with the top two goalscorers in the Premiership on display, in the forms of Loic Remy and Daniel Sturridge, with the returning Luis Suarez surely eager to make up for lost ground.
For the Toon, its been something of a slow start, but the side looks to have finally turned something of a corner, with Yohan Cabaye now settled in the side and happy with life on Tyneside, while Alan Pardew looks to be getting the best out of striker Loic Remy.
The Frenchman has made the move north on a season long loan move from QPR and looks to be repaying the faith in him, with five goals bagged already in the Premiership and with eight goals scored in their last four outings, Newcastle suddenly look to have found the solution to their problems up front.
With Papiss Cisse continuing to misfire, the responsibility for goals will once again fall with Remy, and the striker looks great bet at 7/1 to find the net first with Paddy Power.
Brendan Rogers will be looking to keep up the challenge at the top of the table, and in Daniel Sturrudge and Luis Suarez he looks to have one of the strongest, if not the strongest attacking partnerships in the league.
Suarez will return from a long flight from Uruguay, but is expected to start, and he is sure to have plenty of support from punters to score first at a price of 7/2 with Paddy Power, with Daniel Sturridge a similar price.
With such an array of talent on display, there could be plenty of goals with the 4/6 on the over 2.5 looking one of the bets of the day, while punters looking for additional value could do alot worse than back the over 3.5 goals at 7/4.
We could be in for a cracker.
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