Liverpool – Newcastle – a game that has seen many goals and many outstanding moments.
The two teams meet again on Saturday (kick off 12.30 CET) in Anfield. Liverpool have won the first four games, Newcastle has improved after a bad start.
Use the ranking below to rank Liverpool's matches against Newcastle Premier League in the order in which you think they were the most memorable.
Newcastle 3-0 Liverpool (November 1993)
Scorer: Andy Cole (3)
Kevin Keegan's team, called "The Entertainers", played in their first Premier League season in 1993-94 after winning the Division 1 title last season.
Liverpool came under Graeme Souness at St. James's Park, as one of the teams expected to fight for the title, but was severely beaten by Andy Cole's hat-trick in the first half in icy conditions in the northeast ,
Cole's first two goals were typical poaching attempts in which Bruce Grobbelaar took a lead both times from six yards, while his third came from a similar distance with the side foot.
Souness lost his job in January and was replaced by Roy Evans. Liverpool ended the season in eighth place, while the Magpies finished third.
Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle (April 1996)
Scorers: Robbie Fowler (2), Stan Collymore (2); Les Ferdinand, David Ginola and Faustino Asprilla
The biggest Premier League game of all? The ups and downs of a highly dramatic competition took place on an uneven playing field in front of a loud crowd in Anfield in the spotlight.
Reds legend Robbie Fowler headed home from the back post while Newcastle equalized as Les Ferdinands shot through the hands of David James.
Frenchman David Ginola scored to make it 2-1, but Fowler equalized in the second half with a nice shot from the outside.
After the Liverpool players looked for an offside flag, Faustino Asprilla shot in as James flew out of the box to bring Newcastle back into the lead before Stan Collymore converted to a cross from Jason McAteer's cross to 3: 3.
With time running out and John Barnes and Ian Rush in the opposing half playing keep-ball, Collymore's ball was pushed far out to bring the winner in stoppage time.
Martin Tyler's memorable, outrageous comment on Sky Sports reached a crescendo: "Barnes, Rush, Barnes, still John Barnes, Collymore … INNNNNNN, Liverpool's stoppage time!" Kevin Keegan drops his head, he's devastated. "
Liverpool fans were wild in the stands while their former frontman Keegan slumped over the billboards in one of the most famous moments in the Premier League, knowing that the title slipped.
Liverpool 4-3 Newcastle (March 1997)
Scorers: Steve McManaman, Patrik Berger, Robbie Fowler (2); Keith Gillespie, Faustino Asprilla, Warren Barton
Notably, these two teams completed another 4-2 at Anfield the following season. This was also the case for Newcastle, in which Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish was in charge after Keegan sensationally relinquished in January 1997.
The Anfield surface was much better on this occasion and Steve McManaman's opener was excellent.
A minute later, Patrik Berger scored the 2-0 after Fowler's shot bounced off the post, while the Englishman scored the third before the hesitant Shaka Hislop before half-time.
Newcastle scored in the second half – Keith Gillespie retreated from the edge of the box with a James Howler 19 minutes remaining.
James took another walk, allowing Asprilla to score a brilliant finish in 87 minutes. Warren Barton believed he earned a point later when he went 3: 3.
But Newcastle's delight was short-lived as Fowler Stig hit Inge Bjornebye's cross and put a header in the bottom corner as the Magpies in the league finished second to Manchester United. Once again.
Newcastle 1-5 Liverpool (December 2008)
Scorers: David Edgar; Steven Gerrard (2), Sami Hyypia, Ryan Babel and Xabi Alonso
Rafael Benitez & # 39; defending champion defeated Joe Kinnear's men 5-1 – Gerrard hit the opener from the post before heaving Hyypia's header from a corner.
Newcastle drew one before the break through David Edgar's header at the near post, but Babel crawled in, Gerrard went through and went through in his second, while Alonso added the fifth from the penalty spot.
The result strengthened Liverpool's place at the top of the table in the New Year, and although they had lost only twice in the 2008-09 season, they lost eleven draws a lot of money and eventually lost the title against Manchester United by four points.
Newcastle 3-1 Liverpool (December 2010)
Scorers: Kevin Nolan, Joey Barton, Andy Carroll; Dirk Kuyt
When Alan Pardew was named Newcastle Manager for five and a half years to replace Chris Hughton, few Magpies fans would have hoped for a better start.
Kevin Nolan celebrated the first goal before equalizing Dirk Kuyt for the Liverpoolers with Sotirios Kyrgiakos, Paul Konchesky and David Ngog.
With 10 minutes to go, Joey Barton prevailed ahead of Glen Johnson and Pepe Reina to score the second goal, while Andy Carroll struck a 25-yarder in injury time.
Roy Hodgson rubbed his face in embarrassment and was dismissed only a month later to be replaced by Dalglish.
Newcastle 0-6 Liverpool (April 2013)
Scorers: Daniel Agger, Jordan Henderson (2), Daniel Sturridge (2), Fabio Borini
Another Newcastle duel at St. James's Park vs. Liverpool: The 6-0 draw is the biggest draw in the Premier League.
This was the first game in Liverpool since striker Luis Suarez was handed a tough 10-game ban on biting Branislav Ivanovic from Chelsea, but the Uruguayan failed to turn the corner.
Signed in January, Philippe Coutinho has been influential in bringing Danish defender Daniel Agger to the prelude. Jordan Henderson finished a good team move.
In the second half it became even worse for the hosts. Daniel Sturridge battled home from Coutinho's pass and the Englishman then rolled in fourth out of close range.
Fabio Borini came off the bench and scored the fifth goal from Stewart Downing. Henderson curled up a free kick for the sixth time.
Liverpool finished seventh in Brendan Rodgers' first season, while Newcastle finished fifth, five points ahead of the relegation zone.
And some from before the Premier League …
The first real classic between the teams came in December 1909, when they shared an 11-goal thriller. The Reds came down 5-2 at half-time to win 6-5 against Newcastle, who were English champions at the time.
Eleven goals were scored again in January 1934, but this time Newcastle defeated his opponents 9-2 – most Liverpoolers conceded a goal in a major game.
The 1950/51 season was a memorable one for Newcastle, who won the FA Cup and defeated Liverpool 4-2 in Anfield in November, helped by Chilean George Robledo's hat-trick.
In September 1987, Steve Nicol scored a hat-trick when Liverpool scored a 4-1 win at St. James's Park. In one of the many brilliant games with John Barnes and Peter Beardsley Liverpool won the championship title in a certain style.