Bet365 Preview: Newcastle United – Liverpool: Expect Mohamed Salah to score anytime

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The 25-year-old has netted four goals in the English topflight this term and will be expected to add to the tally when the Reds clash with the Magpies

Newcastle United host Liverpool in their English Premier League encounter on Sunday atSt James' Park.

The Magpies had seen their three-match unbeaten run thwarted after losing 1-0 to Brighton and Hove Albion in their last outing.

Rafa Benitez Newcastle United

Rafael Benítez's men have lost four of their last seven games and as such have been tagged underdogs with Bet365 at the price of (5.25).

The last time both sides met ended in a stalemate and odds of (4.10) are available for the duel to finish the same.

 The Reds will be delighted to welcome Sadio Mane back to the fold after serving out his suspension. They will be boosted with the 3-2 victory over Leicester City in their last league clash having gone four games without a win since the 4-0 bashing of Arsenal.

The head to head advantage swings in the favour of the Anfield outfit as they have come out on top in 69 fixtures, losing 42 and drawing 37. The same betting firm is putting up (1.70) for them to cruise to victory.

Philippe Coutinho Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp’s charges have racked up seventeen goals in ten outings and punters can look forward to over 2.5 goals at an offer of (1.66). Both sides will also be expected to find the net at the price of (1.66) as Newcastle have scored in four of their last five ties.

Mohamed Salah has bagged six goals this season and Bet365 is pricing (2.25) for him to find the net anytime in this engagement.

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