Following on from his 100th Barclays Premier League goal in a red shirt, Steven Gerrard is set for another milestone against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday - check out the facts and figures from club statto Ged Rea.

The dynamic No.8 is in line to play his 450th top-flight game for Liverpool and, in doing so, become only the ninth Reds player to achieve the feat.

Gerrard's last five Liverpool goals have come from the penalty spot, with his last in open play coming in the 2-2 draw at Manchester City in February.

Only Southampton have prevented Daniel Sturridge from scoring in the Premier League this season.

Sturridge is only the second Liverpool player in history to score in seven of the opening eight league games of a campaign. In 1987, John Aldridge scored in each of the first nine.

He has scored 13 goals in his last 13 league games.

The last meeting of the sides saw West Brom win 2-0 at Anfield back in February. Ben Foster saved a Steven Gerrard penalty in the 77th minute and Gareth McAuley and Romelu Lukaku won the points for the visitors in the last 10 minutes.

The teams had met on the opening day of the 2012-13 campaign, with the Baggies winning 3-0. Zoltan Gera, Peter Odemwingie from the penalty spot and Lukaku found the net.

The Reds have not scored in the last two home clashes with Albion; the only time that happened previously was in 1920-21. The Reds have never failed to hit the net in three successive home meetings with today's opponents.

Liverpool's biggest ever league win over the Baggies came in April 2003 when they won 6-0 at the Hawthorns. Only Steven Gerrard remains at Anfield from that time.

Michael Owen's four-goal haul in that game is the last hat-trick scored by a Liverpool player against the Baggies.

The last hat-trick in Anfield league meetings was scored by Roger Hunt in a 4-1 win in January 1968.

There has been only one goalless draw between the teams on this ground since 1953 - that came in October 1984.

Liverpool have failed to score in only three of their last 23 home league games against West Brom.

Brendan Rodgers has lost both Premier League meetings with Albion as Reds boss, but won both fixtures while in charge of Swansea.

Joe Allen made his debut for the Reds at West Brom on the opening day of last season.

Victor Moses scored his first career goal against the Baggies - his Crystal Palace side drew 1-1 at the Hawthorns in March 2008.

Moses has scored three career league goals against today's visitors - along with Swansea, the most he has scored against a single club.

Luis Suarez is looking for his first goal against West Brom. He has failed to find the net in his five previous appearances against Albion.

Kolo Toure's last goal for Arsenal came against West Brom in March 2009, before he joined Manchester City.

Philippe Coutinho made his Liverpool debut in this fixture eight months ago.

Liverpool have conceded only two goals in their opening four home games - their most miserly for seven years, when they also let in two in 2006-07.

Albion's league double over Liverpool last season was their first over the Reds since 1966-67. The Baggies have won on their last two visits to Anfield but have never taken maximum points on three successive trips.

There has yet to be a goalless draw between the teams in the Premier League.

West Brom have won four of the last five league meetings with Liverpool.

Last season was the first time since 1966 that the Baggies had scored more than once in a league game at Anfield.

Last season, West Brom finished eighth in the Premier League (their highest position in the modern era) and are looking to record back-to-back top-eight finishes for the first time since 1978-79.

West Brom's back four of Billy Jones, Jonas Olsson, Gareth McAuley and Liam Ridgewell have started every league game so far this season.

Albion are unbeaten in their last five league games since losing at home to Swansea. They have not lost away from home this season, with draws at Everton, Fulham and Stoke and the 2-1 victory at Manchester United.

Only four goalkeepers have conceded more Premier League goals to Steven Gerrard than current Albion 'keeper Boaz Myhill. He, along with nine others, has been beaten three times - with each coming when Myhill was playing for Hull City.