LIVERPOOL wrap up their triumphant season with a trip to Newcastle United.
The Premier League champions were finally presented with their trophy last week after defeating Chelsea 5-3 at Anfield.
When is Newcastle vs Liverpool?
- Newcastle vs Liverpool kicks off at 4pm BST on Sunday, July 26.
- St James' Park – with no fans in attendance – plays host.
- The match is part of the Premier League's final day.
What TV channel and live stream is Newcastle vs Liverpool on?
Newcastle vs Liverpool will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2.
BT Sport 1 will be showing West Ham vs Aston Villa.
Subscribers will also be able to watch the game on BT Sport's website and app.
How can I watch Newcastle vs Liverpool for FREE?
EE phone customers can get a FREE three-month BT Sport mobile trial by texting SPORT to 150.
The trial can then be cancelled at any time.
What are the final day Premier League fixtures?
All kick-offs 4pm BST:
- Arsenal vs Watford – Sky Sports Premier League
- Burnley vs Brighton – Sky Sports Arena
- Chelsea vs Wolves – Sky Sports Football
- Crystal Palace vs Spurs – Sky Sports Action
- Everton vs Bournemouth – Sky Sports Golf
- Leicester vs Man Utd – Sky Sports Main Event
- Man City vs Norwich – Sky Sports Pick/Sky One
- Newcastle vs Liverpool – BT Sport 2
- Southampton vs Sheffield United – Sky Sports Mix
- West Ham vs Aston Villa – BT Sport 1
What have they said?
Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool manager: "We will not change [for next season]: we try to improve.
"Is it possible to improve it for a longer period? I would say yes. We make a cut when the season is finished on Sunday, enjoy it, be happy, and then mid-August we start training again and from that moment on, we will try it again with all we have and nothing will hold us back.
"It is a really nice story the boys have written over the years, but it is not finished yet – we decide when it is finished.
"I want to see us fighting for whatever the next trophy is, fighting on the pitch and enjoying the hard work and as long as we do that we have a good chance. First thing, as always, is to be a team no one wants to play against. I think we are like this but we can be more uncomfortable.”
Steve Bruce, Newcastle manager: "Usually when you play against the big teams you need the crowd to help you along the way.
"I think behind closed doors games have helped the bigger clubs.
"But as a professional, the one thing you want to do is compete against the best.
"This team is as good as you get at the minute.
"They are the best team in the Premier League, Champions League winners and World Club Cup winners.
"But let's enjoy taking them on."
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