LIV vs NEW Dream11 Prediction | Premier League | Liverpool vs Newcastle United, Fantasy Team News, Playing 11

Updated on: Sep 14, 2019 4:11 pm IST

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    The Premier League is back this weekend after a two-week break, with Liverpool set to welcome Newcastle United at Anfield in the first fixture.

    The Reds are enjoying the view from the top of the table having won all their games, while the Toons are 14th following four points in the last two games, which include an unfathomable 0-1 win at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

    Match Details:

    The Premier League match will be played between Liverpool and Newcastle United at Anfield, in Liverpool, England. The ground has a capacity of 54,074.
    The game will start at 05:00 PM (IST), on Saturday, September 14.

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    Recent form (Last six matches)
    Liverpool –
    L W W W W W
    Newcastle United – W L L W L D

    Liverpool Team News:

    • First-choice keeper Alisson Becker remains unavailable due to a calf injury. Jurgen Klopp failed to pin-point as to when the Brazilian may return to the first-team action.
    • While right-back Nathaniel Clyne remains a long-term injury absentee.

    Possible INs and OUTs of this game:

    • Midfielder Naby Keita is in contention to be involved following a recovery from a calf injury, while James Milner and Joe Gomez are also pushing to a start.
    • Klopp may ring in some changes to his first-choice XI due as Liverpool are set to play against Napoli in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
    • Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Xherdan Shaqiri both could get a start here, while Divock Origi is in contention as well.

    Liverpool Probable XI:

    • Adrian (GK), Robertson, Van Dijk, Matip, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson, Gini Wijnaldum, Fabinho, Mane, Firmino, Salah

    Newcastle United FC Team News:

    • Steve Bruce has had a topsy-turvy start as a manager of Newcastle. But he hasn’t been helped by the growing injury list.
    • First team players Matt Ritchie, Florian Lejeune, DeAndre Yedlin, Allan Saint-Maximin, Andy Carroll and Dwight Gayle are all on the sideline at the moment and will miss the trip to Anfield.
    • While the latest to head into the treatment room is Sean Longstaff, who twisted his ankle in training.

    Possible ins or outs of this game:

    • Centre-back Fabian Schar and attacking midfielder Miguel Almiron both scored for their respective national teams while away on international duty. Steven Bruce will definitely name the duo in his starting 11.
    • While Newcastle’s record-signing Joelinton and super midfielder Christian Atsu are in fine-form and can cause Liverpool problem.

    Newcastle United Probable XI:

    Dubravka (GK), Krafth, Lascelles, Schar, Dummett, Willems, Almiron, Hayden, Longstaff, Atsu, Joelinton

    Likely to score:

    • For Liverpool: Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah
    • For Newcastle United: Joelinton, Miguel Almiron

    Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:

    Roberto Firmino: With two goals and as many assists in the first four league games, the Brazilian has started the season with a bang.


    • Games: 04
    • Goals: 02
    • Assists: 02

    Mohamed Salah: The 2nd fastest to 50 Premier League goals, the Egyptian has 3 goals to his name already this season. The former AS Roma winger is a no-nonsense choice whenever Liverpool play at Anfield.


    • Games: 04
    • Goals: 03
    • Assists: 02

    Sadio Mane: Completes Liverpool’s famous trinity. He is a world-class talent whose numbers are improving with each season.


    • Games: 04
    • Goals: 02
    • Assists: 01


    Liverpool’s backline. Both Van Dijk and Matip are deadly on the set-pieces, while the wing-backs are more often than not amongst the assists.

    From Newcastle, Miguel Almiron and Christian Atsu are good options.

    Suggested combination:

    LIV vs NEW Dream11 potential winner:
    Liverpool haven’t lost a league game at Anfield in more than two years and we back the Reds to register yet another win here.

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