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Here are all the important pre-match stats and facts ahead of Saturday's Anfield clash with Bolton.
Head to head (league only):
At Anfield: Liverpool 30 wins, Bolton 10 wins, 16 Draws.
Overall: Liverpool 49 wins, Bolton 35 wins, 29 Draws.
Liverpool are hoping to record their 50th league win over Bolton in what will be the 14th meeting between the two teams.
Earlier this season Liverpool won 3-2 at the Reebok, twice coming from behind after conceding goals to Kevin Davies and Tamir Cohen.
Glen Johnson made it 1-1, and Fernando Torres 2-2 before Steven Gerrard scored the winner with seven minutes remaining.
The Reds are looking to achieve a third successive league double over Bolton for the first time in their history.
Last season Albert Riera scored the first goal in the 3-0 home win over Wanderers on Boxing Day with Robbie Keane scoring twice - his final goals for the club.
Liverpool have lost three of the last league 27 meetings between the sides home and away - all at Bolton.
At Anfield the Reds have won the last seven meetings, conceding just one goal.
In the Premier League, Liverpool have won 14 and lost three of the 21 meetings.
The Reds have yet to concede a goal at home to Bolton in five games under Rafa Benitez.
Liverpool's biggest win over Bolton came here in September 1930 when the Reds won 7-2.
Four Liverpool players have scored League hat-tricks against Bolton - Jack Parkinson (1913), Henry Race (1929), Jimmy Case (1978) and Robbie Fowler (1995) have achieved the feat-all at Anfield.
Robbie Fowler holds the club record for most goals in a game against Bolton. He scored four here in a 5-2 win in September 1995.
Steven Gerrard has scored seven league goals against Bolton Wanderers. Only Jack Parkinson with 11 scored between 1904-14 has netted more goals for the club against Wanderers.
Sotirios Kyrgiakos made his Liverpool debut at Bolton back in August.
Fabio Aurelio scored his first goal for Liverpool against Bolton at the Reebok in March 2008.
The Reds' next goal will be their 50th of the campaign in all competitions.
Dirk Kuyt needs two goals to record 50 for the club. 34 of his previous 48 have come in the league.
Liverpool are one point short of recording 1200 in the Premier League.
The Reds are unbeaten in the last five league games - their best run of the season so far.
Liverpool are aiming to keep a third clean sheet in succession for the first time in the league this campaign.
They have conceded only once in the last five league games - the last minute equaliser by Stoke's Robert Huth.
Sean Davis was sent off in the meeting at the Reebok back in August.
Bolton last won in the League at Anfield in January 1954 winning 2-1. Since then they have drawn two and lost 12.
They have scored a total of five goals in the last 13 league visits.
In the Premier League, Bolton have picked up just one point out of 30 on this ground.
Bolton have lost each of the last six league meetings home and away.
Their last goal at Anfield came from Henrik Pedersen in a 3-1 defeat in December 2003.
Owen Coyle brought Burnley to Anfield in September with Liverpool running out 4-0 winners.
This season on their travels Bolton have picked up eight points out of a possible 24.
They have won at Portsmouth (3-2) and Birmingham (2-1) - their only away victories in the whole of 2009 in the league.
They have not won away in the last five, drawing twice and losing three times.
Bolton have not kept a clean sheet in the last 10 (since a goalless draw at Wigan in May) and just once in the last 21 on the road.
At the end of last month Wanderers parted company with manager Gary Megson, who won 23 of his 84 league games in charge at the Reebok.
Bolton have scored in every away league game since losing 1-0 at Hull in August.
Home and away they have scored in 10 of their last 11 games in all competitions.
Their leading scorer is centre-back Gary Cahill who has scored seven times, five of which have come in the league.
Their last game saw them record a 1-0 home win over Burnley three days ago. In doing so they became the last team in England to record a first league clean sheet of the season.
They are aiming to record back to back league wins for the first time since March and look to register a third successive win in all competitions for the first time this season.
Current League Positions:
Liverpool: Pld 23 Won 11 Drawn 5 Lost 7 Goals For 40 Against 26 Points 38 Position: 5th
Bolton: Pld 21 Won 5 Drawn 6 Lost 10 Goals For 29 Against 42 Points 21 Position: 15th
Scorers (league in brackets):
Liverpool: Torres 12 (12), Kuyt 8 (7), Benayoun 7 (5), Gerrard 6 (5), Ngog 6 (4), Babel 3 (2), Johnson 2 (2), Insua 1 (0), Kyrgiakos 1 (1), Mascherano 1 (1), Skrtel 1 (1), own goals 1 (0).
Bolton: Cahill 7 (5), Klasnic 6 (6), Taylor 5 (5), K.Davies 4 (3), Elmander 4 (2), Lee 5 (4), Cohen 3 (3), M.Davies 2 (0), Gardner 1 (1), Steinsson 1 (0), own goals 1 (0).
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