The Magpies now sit 15th in the table but are just two points off the drop zone following their 2-2 draw with Bournemouth last time out so Benitez will be desperate to take a positive result away tonight.
And if it's not against them, I hope they play well.
Winning a Champions League, an FA Cup and coming agonizingly close to ending their wait for the Premier League title, the Spaniard is still held in the highest regard on Merseyside, but when he visits Anfield later today, there'll only be one thing on his mind.
But that does not mean Klopp is letting his players' focus slip as Liverpool welcome their former manager, Rafael Benitez, back to Anfield. Only five teams have allowed fewer goals than Liverpool.
The Egypt winger took Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's pass and shot low under Martin Dubravka for his 32nd goal of the season and his eighth in his last seven appearances.
"Mo Salah is a very offensive midfielder, more of a striker than a holding player".
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The goal was also the 200th in Klopp's 97th league game in charge and since he was appointed in October 2015 only Manchester City (214) have scored more.
Karius made a brilliant save high to his right to palm over a looping Mohamed Diame strike after Mikel Merino's backheel teed up a first-time drive.
With United not playing until Monday night when they travel to Crystal Palace, Liverpool know a win over Newcastle this evening will see them go second and cement their position in the top four. Shortly after half-time, Mane's first opportunity of the game was converted after a neat through ball from Roberto Firmino.
Substitute Chris Wood scored a header in the 80th minute to give Burnley their first Premier League victory in 12 games with a 2-1 win against 10-man Everton at Turf Moor.
Liverpool and Newcastle meet Saturday at Anfield with both teams looking to pick up three points as they battle for positioning at both ends of the table.
In their prior meeting this season, Liverpool and Newcastle settled for a 1-1 draw at St. James' Park.