Liverpool vs. Newcastle: Live stream, start time, how to watch

Liverpool vs. Newcastle: Live stream, start time, how to watch English Premier League 2021. Liverpool will look to keep pace with English Premier League leaders Manchester City on Thursday when the Reds welcome Newcastle to Anfield. Currently, Jurgen Klopp’s squad sits in second place, four points behind City but with a game in hand. The Magpies, meanwhile, remain in the relegation zone (19th place) after securing a league-low 10 points through 16 matches. Newcastle’s back line will be under consistent pressure from Liverpool, led by Mo Salah and his team-high 14 goals and nine assists.

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Liverpool vs. Newcastle (How to watch English Premier League 2021)

What time does the match start? Where can I watch it on TV? – Thursday’s match kicks off at 3:00 p.m. EST for viewers in the U.S However, the match is not available via conventional TV channels. Instead, the broadcast will be exclusive to Peacock Premium, which is available via smart TV and streaming devices.

Live steam options: Peacock Premium – Premier League matches are available streaming via Peacock Premium and are not available via the service’s free tier.

A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Thursday:


Liverpool and Chelsea will look to keep in touch with Manchester City in the Premier League’s title race by winning home games against struggling teams. Second-place Liverpool, which is four points behind City, hosts a Newcastle side that has only won one league game all season and is coming off a 4-0 loss at Leicester at the weekend. Chelsea is a point further back in third and welcomes Everton to Stamford Bridge. Richarlison and Andros Townsend this week joined Everton’s already-long injury list. In the other match, Tottenham returns to action away to Leicester after its game against Brighton at the weekend was postponed because of a coronavirus outbreak among the Spurs squad. Tottenham manager Antonio Conte expects to still be without a number of players as a result, while Leicester has up to nine players out because of illness and injury.

Liverpool will look to extend their winning run in the Premier League to six matches when they welcome Newcastle this evening.

The Reds have won back-to-back games 1-0 as they look to keep the pace with title rivals Manchester City and Chelsea.

Mohamed Salah’s penalty was enough to earn them victory against Aston Villa on Steven Gerrard’s return on Saturday and maintain their momentum.

Newcastle, meanwhile, came crashing back to earth after their first victory of the season against Burnley was followed by a 4-0 defeat against Leicester last weekend.

Already sitting 19th (10 points from 16 games) in the Premier League table, Eddie Howe and Newcastle are now set to embark upon a three-game stretch in which they will face Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United in successive games. 20 games will have been played before the January transfer window opens and Newcastle’s new owners can sign their first new player. At what point do Newcastle cross over into “It might not matter who they sign, they’re getting relegated anyway” territory? Probably at some time in the next three games.

As for Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp’s men are cruising right along, winning games in entirely different manners from one game to the next, displaying a well-roundedness that perhaps didn’t exist in previous seasons. After scoring four goals against each of Arsenal, Southampton and Everton, Liverpool were made to grind out 1-0 victories against a pair of very tricky sides, away to Wolves and at home against Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa. In those triumphs, keeping the clean sheet when conceding a single goal simply wouldn’t do, they proved they’re ready for any kind fight, anytime, anywhere.

The Liverpool vs Newcastle United live stream evokes memories of classic encounters and iconic pieces of commentary. Thanks to memories of “Collymore closing in,” this tends to be a fixture that catches the neutral’s eye.

The two teams find themselves in very different situations heading into their latest clash. Newcastle are stuck in the Premier League’s relegation zone and are at risk of being cut adrift before the January transfer window, and the chance to use their newly arrived funds to bolster their squad arrives. Liverpool, though, are firmly set on wrestling back the title from Manchester City and are well on course to do so.

Recent form highlights the contrasting positions of the two sides. Liverpool are unbeaten in their last six games in all competitions. Newcastle, meanwhile, have only won one of theirs — a 1-0 victory over Burnley at St. James’ Park. Callum Wilson carries much of the goalscoring burden.

Newcastle fans in search of some pre-match hope should also avoid looking at the head-to-head results. While the teams battled out two draws last season, the Magpies have not won against the Reds since December 2015. Worse still, they have not won at Anfield since a League Cup tie in 1995 and have not won there in the league since April 1994. And, well, we know about those 4-3 games in the following years.

Furthermore, Mo Salah goes into Wednesday night’s game in seemingly unstoppable form. Diego Jota is available again following a knock, as is Roberto Firminio, who has missed the last eight games through injury. Manager Jurgen Klopp said that young midfielder Curtis Jones had also completed a “partial” session with the team and that “getting two players back of this calibre is obviously good news.” Divock Origi will miss out, though, with a knee injury.

Newcastle have midfielder Federico Fernandez out with a thigh injury, and defender Paul Dummett is also unavailable. Sean Longstaff is though set to return to the matchday squad. The midfielder was left out against Leicester. New manager Eddie Howe has also backed Jamaal Lascelles to remain as Newcastle captain, saying the under-fire defender “has my full support in that role.”

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