What time is kick-off?
Is it on TV?
Yes, on BT Sport. After omitting this fixture from the TV schedule last season, BT will be hoping this time around there will be even more goals than last time.
Alternatively if you are unable to tune in either highlights on Match of the Day at 22:45pm or even better, live updates from ... at the Echo HQ and ... from Anfield should suffice.
Who is the referee?
Andre Marriner is taking charge of this one.
He should be a familiar face to both sides as he oversaw Liverpool's nervy victory over The Magpies back in May at St James' Park. More recently, although, he officiated Liverpool's trip to Southampton last month.
Interestingly Mike Dean is involved too, watching on from London as the VAR.
Any team news?
There is no change to the current list of players unavailable, however after remaining coy over when Alisson and Naby Keita would be returning, Jurgen Klopp did provide a hint of when that would be in his pre-match press conference. That won't be in time for tomorrow though.
Meanwhile there are no fresh injury problems for the Reds.
There can only be speculation over whether Klopp will stick to the same eleven that started both Arsenal and Burnley games before the international break, or if some of the stars who sat out the last two weeks like James Milner could return to the line up.
Any trivia to be aware of?
There are a few stats that come with this fixture, positive for both sides.
Liverpool can extend their current winning streak to 14 on Saturday, and their unbeaten run at Anfield to 43 games. Another personal record to be had is Sadio Mane's unbeaten streak at home, with a win providing him with his 50th match unbeaten at Anfield.
Newcastle haven't tasted victory at the home of the Reds for 25 years, however boss Steve Bruce will be looking to provide the Midas touch. This could be heavy task as he has only won once as manager away at Liverpool.
What should I be betting on?
Liverpool are understandably the favourites here, so probably safe to go with them.
There won't be much money to make off it, however, as they're are firmly placed at 1/6. Newcastle meanwhile are listed at 16/1, given the Reds' current home run.