Here are all the important pre-match stats and facts ahead of Wednesday's meeting with Tottenham.
Head to Head: (League Only)
At Anfield: Liverpool 42 wins, 19 draws, Tottenham 5 wins.
Overall: Liverpool 62 wins, 34 draws, Tottenham 37 wins.
A win will take Liverpool into 6th place and cut the deficit on Tottenham and Manchester City to just one point.
On the opening weekend of the season the Reds lost 2-1 at White Hart Lane. Benoit Assou-Ekotto opening the scoring close to half time before Steven Gerrard equalised from the spot on 56 minutes. Sebastien Bassong, making his Spurs debut, netted the winner three minutes later.
Liverpool are unbeaten in 15 league games at home to Spurs - winning 10 and drawing five.
The Reds have lost two of the last 11 home and away against Tottenham in the league - and three of the last 15.
Liverpool are two goals short of recording 350 in league games under Rafa Benitez.
Liverpool's last hat-trick against Spurs was scored by Phil Boersma at Anfield in 1974. It is the last of four scored against the Londoners in the league.
The Reds have failed to score in just two of their last 19 games.
Liverpool require two goals to reach 550 in all competitions under Rafa Benitez.
Since the inception of the Premier League Liverpool have won 16 and lost nine of the 35 meetings home and away.
Lucas could play his 100th game for Liverpool if selected.
Currently injured players (Torres, Benayoun, Gerrard and Johnson) have scored 27 of the 46 goals scored by Reds players this season.
The Reds have never lost to both North London rivals Tottenham and Arsenal at Anfield in the same league campaign.
Robbie Keane has scored each of Tottenham's last four goals on this ground - he scored four league goals for Liverpool at Anfield during his short Reds career.
Tottenham are looking for only their third league double over Liverpool since 1912. The last came in 1986-87 and they look for only their fifth in the meetings with the Reds.
Spurs last win here came on August 25, 1993 when Teddy Sheringham scored twice in a 2-1 victory. Since then they have picked up five points out of a possible 45.
Tottenham's heaviest defeat at Anfield came in September 1978 when they lost 7-0. It is still the club's biggest ever League defeat.
All five of Tottenham's league wins on this ground have been by the odd goal.
Robbie Keane scored five goals against Liverpool in the Premier League. Only seven players have scored more. He played 28 times for Liverpool scoring seven times.
Peter Crouch made 134 appearances for Liverpool scoring 42 goals including 11 in the European Cup. Only four players have ever scored more goals for the Reds in Europe's premier club competition.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Sebastien Bassong have only scored one goal for Tottenham. They came in the same game - against Liverpool on the opening weekend of this season.
Tottenham have lost just one of their last 10 league games (at home to Wolves last month) and are unbeaten away from home since losing 3-0 at Arsenal in late October.
They have won four of their 10 away games in the league this season - 5-1 at Hull, 2-1 at West Ham, 2-1 at Portsmouth and 2-0 at Blackburn.
Their two away defeats have come at Chelsea and Arsenal, both by a 3-0 scoreline.
They have not conceded a goal in 627 minutes (10 hours 27 minutes of football) since Kevin Doyle of Wolves scored at White Hart Lane.
Spurs are 18 points better off than they were at the same stage last season.
Spurs have kept one clean sheet in the last 13 visits to Anfield and two in the last 22 in the league on this ground.
Since 1912 Spurs have won only three times in 63 league meetings at Anfield. They came in 1985, 1986 and 1993.
Only Garth Crooks, Clive Allen and Teddy Sheringham have scored league goals in winning Tottenham teams at Anfield in the last 97 years.
Tottenham's last hat-trick against the Reds was scored by Jimmy Greaves who scored four at White Hart Lane in 1963.
Niko Kranjcar has scored four goals in his last five starts for the club.
Jermain Defoe has found the net nine times in his last 10 league starts with five coming in one game against Wigan.
Spurs have missed two penalties this season - both against Everton. Robbie Keane saw his kick saved at White Hart Lane in the Carling Cup but scored from the rebound while Jermain Defoe also failed to beat Tim Howard at Goodison in the league.
Current League Positions:
Liverpool: Pld 21 Won 10 Drawn 4 Lost 7 Goals For 38 Against 26 Points 34 Position: 7th
Spurs: Pld 21 Won 11 Drawn 5 Lost 5 Goals For 42 Against 22 Points 38 Position: 4th