Rafael Benitez: 'Facing Liverpool is special'

Rafael Benitez: 'Facing Liverpool is special'

Rafael Benitez: 'Facing Liverpool is special'

Liverpool are aiming to improve on their fourth-placed finish in the Premier League under Jurgen Klopp last season. Collymore predicted a comfortable win for the Reds and took to Twitter to reveal that he thinks that they will win the game by a score of 3-1.

And Sky Sports pundit Merson is confident Liverpool will leave Newcastle with all three points this weekend thanks to their attacking threat.

Last time out though, they suffered a disappointing defeat at the hands of Brighton which will have irked manager Rafael Benitez massively, which, linked with their previous defeat to Huddersfield, means they have picked up no points from two games against their fellow promoted sides.

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The Spaniard was in charge of the Reds for seven years from 2004 and guided them to their fifth Champions League title in his debut season.

" I didn't get too many chances to go back. It is all in the future, but I don't want any "Rafa wants to go back". Sometimes they have problems and you are unavailable, or sometimes you are available and they are doing well.

It is always a special occasion when Rafa Benítez faces Liverpool as opposition manager.

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'I think there are opportunities all over, ' he said, when asked about sportsmen standing up for their rights. The Formula 4 South East Asia support race scheduled today was also cancelled due to the accident.

Asked if he could see himself returning to the club, Benitez added: "I don't want to say that". It is football so you never know.

Newcastle will be at home at St James Park as they take on Liverpool in what should be a great rivalry game.

Benitez was coy over suggestions Newcastle owner Mike Ashley had invited him to dinner to discuss the future, but said he remains happy where he is. My work is to help the boys to make sure we do better.

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The Finn added: "We didn't get all the test items tested today, but I think that is going to be the case with all the teams . Hamilton said after his unexpected victory in Singapore that he expects Mercedes "should be OK" in Malaysia.

Indeed, Salah, Coutinho, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino were named together in the starting line-up for the first time this season in Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Spartak Moscow on Tuesday night and all four men could feature from the first whistle again on Tyneside, given that Mane's suspension has now expired. "If you see the money we spent, and the money they've spent in the past years, the fans appreciate that". "It's a case of marking the runners, the pass and move Liverpool play, and if they can do that, then Newcastle can get a nice little result".

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