Here are all the relevant facts and stats ahead of our Barclays Premier League encounter with Birmingham City at Anfield from resident statto Ged Rea.
At Anfield: Liverpool 31 wins, Birmingham 7 wins, Draws 10.
Overall: Liverpool 46 wins, Birmingham 28 wins, Draws 22.
The last Premier League meeting saw the teams draw 2-2 at St Andrews in April 2008. Peter Crouch and Yossi Benayoun scored after the Reds had fallen two goals behind thanks to Mikael Forssell and Sebastian Larsson.
Liverpool and Birmingham played out a goalless draw the last time they met at Anfield in September 2007.
The Reds' last win over Birmingham came in May 2004 when goals from Michael Owen, Emile Heskey and Steven Gerrard secured a 3-0 win.
Each of the last four league meetings between the teams has ended in a draw - the only time this has happened in the fixture.
In the Premier League home and away Liverpool have won only two of the 10 meetings drawing five and losing three. Those two victories came in 2003-04.
The Reds have only failed to score against City at Anfield twice in the last 87 years.
Liverpool have lost only nine times in the last 50 League games but one of those defeats was 9-1 at St Andrews in 1954-55-that is still Liverpool's biggest ever loss.
The 0-0 draw in the game at Anfield two seasons ago was the first goalless meeting on Merseyside between the teams since April 1931.
Liverpool's biggest home win over Birmingham came in April 1986 when the Reds won 5-0 with Gary Gillespie scoring a hat-trick.
Liverpool have had as many players red-carded in the last two Premier League games, (3), as they did in the previous three and a half years.
Fernando Torres has scored 34 league goals at Anfield in his 35 appearances including six in five games this season.
Daniel Agger made his Liverpool debut against Birmingham in February 2006.
Ryan Babel has now scored 12 goals for Liverpool as a substitute. Only David Fairclough (18) has come off the bench to score more for the club.
Birmingham are the only team that Liverpool have failed to beat in the Premier League under Rafa Benitez.
Four Liverpool players have scored League hat-tricks against Birmingham - Gary Gillespie (1986), John Toshack (1975), Gordon Hodgson (1934) and Harry Chambers (1923).
Birmingham are unbeaten against Liverpool in the last six league games.
They came up last season finishing second behind Wolves losing only once in the last 11 league games.
This is City's sixth season of Premier League football. They have previously finished 13th, 10th, 12th, 18th and 19th.
Alex McLeish will celebrate two years in charge at St Andrews at the end of this month. He played on this ground for Aberdeen in a European Cup tie 29 years ago, almost to the day, and was on the end of a 4-0 defeat.
Since October 1929 Birmingham have kept only two clean sheets in 31 league fixtures on this ground. They have both come in the last three visits.
Only two of the previous 96 league meetings between the sides have been played outside of the top-flight.
City have won three of their last 36 away games in the top-flight. This season they have lost four out of five on the road but managed a 1-0 victory at Hull in September with Garry O'Connor scoring the only goal of the game.
Seven of Birmingham's 10 goals in all competitions this season have been scored from the 75th minute onwards but they have yet to open their account in the opening 36 minutes of any match.
They have scored eight league goals this season. Of all the teams in England only Darlington (League Two) have scored fewer - 7.
They have scored only twice in the first half of any game this season and not before the 37th minute.
Their last win (against Sunderland) a fortnight ago is the only time this season Birmingham have scored more than once in a league game.
Their three league wins have come against Portsmouth home, Hull away and Sunderland at home - all by the odd goal.
City's last win here came in November 2004 when Darren Anderton scored the only goal in the 77th minute. It is their only victory at Anfield since 1978.
They have lost just one of the last five visits. That came in November 2003 when Mikael Forssell's opener prompted Reds goals from Steven Gerrard (penalty), Harry Kewell and Emile Heskey.
Birmingham will equal their best ever run at Anfield of four successive unbeaten visits if they avoid defeat tonight.
The last Birmingham player to score a hat-trick against the Reds was Eddie Brown in a 9-1 win in September 1954.
Birmingham's biggest win here came in January 1904 when they won 2-0.