The history of Newcastle United’s confrontations against Liverpool is biased in favor of the Reds before the two teams’ match, which will take place at 12:30 London time on Saturday afternoon, at St James’ Park, as part of the 35th round of Premier League championship for the current season 2021-2022.
Newcastle United have faced Liverpool in 53 Premier League matches throughout their history, as the Reds won 30 games against 11 for the hosts, while 12 games ended in a tie.
Liverpool managed to score 108 goals throughout his Premier League career, compared to 57 for Newcastle, which confirms the Reds’ scoring superiority.
Newcastle won with a single penalty kick, while Liverpool won 4, all of them, as none of the players throughout history failed to take penalty kicks.
Liverpool players received 66 yellow cards, while Newcastle received 73 cards, while the number of expulsions reached 14, including 2 for the Reds, compared to 12 for the owners of the land.
The last confrontation between the two teams was on Thursday, December 16, and ended with the Reds winning 3-1, which was held at Al-Anfid Stadium, during which Mohamed Salah scored the second goal.
While Newcastle United drew against Liverpool in their last match at “St. James Park”, which was held on Saturday 24 April 2021, with a score of 1-1, and the Reds’ only goal at the time, Mohamed Salah, scored in the third minute of the match and won the title of the best in the meeting.
Liverpool is in second place in Premier League table with 79 points, collected from winning 24 matches, drawing 7, losing two matches, scoring 85 goals and receiving 22.
While Newcastle is in the ninth place in Premier League table with 43 points collected from winning in 11 games, drawing in 10 and losing 13 games, scoring 40 goals and receiving 55.