There are some games when goals are guaranteed and here, talkSPORT.com looks at what they are
Whenever Liverpool face Newcastle at Anfield, most football fans naturally think of that incredible 4-3 match in 1996 which saw the Reds derail the Magpies’ title challenge.
The two sides played out another 4-3 classic on Merseyside the following season with Liverpool coming out on top again, although there was not as much riding on this one.
And Liverpool entertain the Magpies on Saturday lunchtime as the Premier League makes a return following the first international break of the season.
You can listen to commentary of Liverpool vs Newcastle LIVE on talkSPORT on Saturday from 12:30pm – the first of our three live commentaries on GameDay.
Below you can see the ten highest scoring fixtures during the Premier League era, with thanks to Opta.
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10. Arsenal vs Chelsea – 143 goals in 54 games
=9. Manchester United vs Newcastle – 146 goals in 48 games
=9. Newcastle vs Tottenham – 146 goals in 49 games
=7. Liverpool vs Newcastle – 151 goals in 48 games
=7. Everton vs Manchester United – 151 goals in 54 games
5. Chelsea vs Tottenham – 152 goals in 54 games
4. Arsenal vs Everton – 154 goals in 54 games
3. Liverpool vs Tottenham – 155 goals in 54 games
2. Arsenal vs Tottenham – 156 goals in 55 games
1. Arsenal vs Liverpool – 159 goals in 55 games
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