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BT Sport subscribers can look forward to a Barclays Premier League clash between Newcastle United and Liverpool this Saturday November 1st.

An improving Newcastle side will look forward to this home clash with the Reds, as they chase a third consecutive league win.

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Manager Alan Pardew looked under serious pressure a fortnight ago, however victories against Leicester City (2-0) and Tottenham Hotspur (1-2) have improved his standing.

The Geordies are now up to 14th place in the table, with ten points from the first nine games.

Liverpool just can't seem to build up a head of steam this season, having finished second in the Barclays Premier League in 2013-14.

Brendan Rodgers side have been inconsistent from the start, following up impressive wins with disappointing draws and shock defeats.

However, the Reds are unbeaten in four - a run which includes victories over West Brom (2-1) and QPR (3-2) - so there are signs the tide is turning.

Liverpool currently lie in seventh place in the table, with 14 points from their first nine games.

BT Sport subscribers can watch Newcastle United v Liverpool at 12:45pm on Saturday November 1st.

There are plenty of other games to look forward to over the weekend, including Empoli v Napoli (5pm) and Parma v Inter Milan (7:45pm) from Serie A on Saturday.

BT Sport viewers can also watch a huge Bundesliga clash between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund at 5:30pm, plus Lille v St Etienne from Ligue 1 at 7pm.

Sunday's action gets underway with Sydney FC v Central Coast Mariners from the Hyundai A-League at 6am, before Nantes take on Rennes in Ligue 1 at 1pm.

The afternoon's games are Sampdoria v Fiorentina (2pm), Bordeaux v Toulouse (4pm) and Paderborn v Hertha Berlin (4:30pm).

On Sunday evening, AC Milan take on Palermo at 7:45pm in Serie A, before Marseille host RC Lens in Ligue 1 at 8pm.

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