Liverpool v Newcastle Odds : Luis Suarez 3/1 anytime enhanced for Reds offers plenty of appeal
Liverpool will look to seal second place in the Premier League when they take on Newcastle United in their final game of the season as Paddy Power increase the odds of Luis Suarez scoring anytime to a massive 3/1.
While the Reds still have an outside chance of claiming the title; they need West Ham United to beat Manchester City, they also cannot afford any slip ups of their own with Chelsea ready to pounce on any set back.
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The return of Jordan Henderson will add some steel to the Reds midfield.
The former Sunderland man’s importance to the side has been illustrated by a return of just four points from nine since his red card against Manchester City.
With Henderson back in the side Lucas will once again find himself on the bench while he could be joined on the sidelines by Joe Allen with Philippe Coutinho, a substitute in the 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace on Monday, set to start.
Three goals conceded in the final 12 minutes of the clash with Tony Pulis’ side all but ended the Reds title charge and the debacle at the back could see Mamadou Sakho dropped to the bench with Daniel Agger taking his place.
Long term absentee Jose Enrique is once again missing while Aly Cissokho and Victor Moses could make their final appearance for the club with their loan spells soon to end.
Newcastle meanwhile will hope to end the season on a high after a disappointing 2014 to date.
The Magpies ended a run of six-consecutive top-flight losses last time out with a 3-0 win over Cardiff and they will be keen to build on that at Anfield.
Much of Newcastle’s problems have stemmed from the sale of Yohann Cabaye and the action of Alan Pardew, with the run of defeats coinciding with a side line ban for a head-butt of David Meyler.
The run of results in the second half of the season has led to calls from Newcastle fans for the sacking of Pardew and the former Southampton manager has admitted he is disappointed at the feelings of the Toon faithful.
“Obviously, I’m a little bit sad about the situation,” Pardew told the Shields Gazzette.
“But my resolve has to be strong to make sure the players are ready for Liverpool.
“We need to go to Anfield and put in a top performance.
Newcastle are unlikely to make too many changes from the side that beat Cardiff with Hatem Ben Arfa, linked with a move to Liverpool, once again set to miss out.