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New Customer Offer: Liverpool super 7/1 to beat Newcastle

Matt Haynes | December 4, 2015

Coral offer new customers a sensational price of 7/1 on in-form Liverpool to beat Newcastle United as the Premier League returns to our screens this weekend.

By registering for an online, mobile or Coral Connect account, punters can stake £5 and earn £35 profit, with Christmas just around the corner!

This offer will go live at 08:00 UK time on Friday, 4th December until Sunday, 6th December 16:00 when the games kicks off. If you sign up for Coral Connect, you will receive a £20 free bet when you place your stake.

Record reveals Reds hope

Liverpool have won three of their last five fixtures against Newcastle, losing just once and this plus their fantastic form are fundamental factors which can lead to another win over the Magpies.

As well as this, the Reds have been impressive on the road recently, emphatically scalping Chelsea 3-1 and following up with a 4-1 victory over Manchester City at the Etihad, with Brazilian Philippe Coutinho crucial in both victories.

Southampton v Liverpool - Capital One Cup - Quarter Final - St Mary's

And then there was the sensational 6-1 win over Southampton in the Capital One Cup last time out as young striker Divock Origi finally announced his arrival in England in devastating fashion.

In April 2013, Liverpool ran riot at St James’ Park emerging as 6-0 Premier League winners, so there are plenty of signs pointing to three points again this time around.

Resurgent Reds eye top four place

Liverpool are one of the form teams in the Premier League at the moment, largely thanks to the arrival of new coach Jurgen Klopp, who has got the best out of a number of players.

Adam Lallana is one of those and the midfielder has revealed the immediate effect the German had, which has seen the club lose just once since his Anfield dugout debut.

“I remember the team meeting before we set off for the ground on that day,” Lallana said. “We listened to the manager and I was so pumped by what he’d said – the vibe, the emotion and the feeling – I walked out wanting the game to start there and then, in that second.

“Jordan Henderson was injured but he travelled with us and said he would have loved to be playing in that game as much as any other.”

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