Probable starting eleven:Newcastle: Krul; Debuchy, Yanga-Mbiwa, Williamson, Santon; Tiote, Sissoke, Cabaye; Ben Arfa, Cisse, RemyLiverpool: Mignolet; Sakho, Skrtel, Toure; Henderson, Lucas, Moses, Gerrard, Enrique; Sturridge, SuarezThis is a matcv between the two leading scorers in the Premier League, Daniel Sturridge from Liverpool and Loic Remy from Newcastle. There is also some a contrast between the two teams – while Liverpool are sitting second in the table, Newcastle have struggled with consistency in the new season.Newcastle have 10 points after the first seven rounds in the Premier League. The manager Pardew is not satisfied with the results, as well as the fans. Of course, their expectations were much higher. The home form is not very well. They played only three games at home and had a mixed success – one win, one draw and one defeat. Here are the results:21.09.2013. Newcastle – Hull City 2:331.08.2013. Newcastle – Fulham 1:024.08.2013. Newcastle – West Ham 0:0Fabricio Coloccini, Ryan Taylor and Massadio Haidara are out through injuries, while Yohan Cabaye is likely to play. Jonas Gutierrez is ruled out because of personal reasons.Liverpool are on the second position on the table. The Reds have the same goal difference as Arsenal, but scored three goals less than the Gunners. Rodgers’ team have continued to build on a solid start to the season and the addition of Luis Suarez has only added to their potency. Suarez has scored three goals on his two Premier League matches against Sunderland and Crystal Palace. By the way, Liverpool have a good away record – two wins and one draw. Here are the results:29.09.2013. Sunderland – Liverpool 1:316.09.2013. Swansea – Liverpool 2:224.08.2013. Aston Villa – Liverpool 0:1Coutinho, Iago Aspas and Sebastian Coates remains sidelined through various injuries. However, Glen Johnson, Joe Allen and Aly Cissokho have returned to training after injuries and could even play here. Last season Liverpool destroyed Newcastle at St. James Park and won 6:0. Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson were double scorers on that match. But Newcastle managed to stay unbeaten at Anfield playing a goalless draw. I believe they are able to repeat that. The Magpies have started to look better in recent matches and the manager Pardew will continue working on the balance between the attack and defense. So, draw is my choice for this match.