Fiends of Anfield Road!
There aren't too many Toon fans that can say they have been to Anfield and watched their side win and that unwanted record is looking likely to still be in tact come the end of Sunday's trip to Liverpool - unless there is a miracle in front of the Kop.
It's too painful to start going into it all again at Anfield, 4-3s, sending offs, last minute winners for the Reds, Steve Harper being chipped from Stanley Park, floodlight failures - the lot.
Personally I'm "lucky" to have watched Newcastle win at Anfield, the last time they did it in 1995 when Steve Watson's wonder goal beat the Reds in the League Cup.
I wish I'd made more of it, in the knowledge that 14 years later we'd still be waiting.
It would be nice to think that Liverpool would have some mercy on Newcastle going into this one but we all know that won't be the case with the Kop chasing their title dream and determined not be overhauled by Man United on total title wins.
A draw would be nice and whether Alan Shearer sticks with the 4-3-3 formation, remains to be seen.
Amazingly at the moment it looks like the only man at the club capable of scoring is Shearer!
Three big misses on Monday night leave Newcastle deep in the brown stuff.
Perhaps the only thing left to cling on to is that Newcastle don't do things the easy way.
Which probably means our best bet of staying up is on goal difference at best.
Well until it's all over, there can only be hope, slim hope but hope.
I can understand people writing off Newcastle already, it's the obvious thing to do and the easy thing to do.
But calls for hearses and talk of funerals have been nothing short of bad taste and somewhat premature this week.
Summed up perfectly this week when somebody said: "Are we giving up already?"
Whatever way you look at it Newcastle still have their fingers on the edge of the cliff - and it's not over YET.