The Uruguay international currently has 31 goals to his name and Paddy Power are offering special enhanced odds of 3/1 on the striker to score any time against the Magpies at Anfield on Sunday.
The newly-crowned PFA player of the year, who also has 12 top-flight assists to his name, has played a big part in Liverpool’s late Premier League title challenge.
Suárez needs one more goal to surpass the Premier League scoring record of 31 goals in a 38-game season, currently held by Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer.
The last time a Liverpool player scored 32 league goals was Ian Rush, way back in 1983-84.
Manchester City are widely expected to win their second title in three years, with the Citizens only needing a point at home to West Ham United to lift the trophy.
However, Liverpool will be desperate to capitalise on any potential slip-up and need to beat Newcastle to have any chance of winning their first title in 24 years.
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