Daniel Sturridge will equal a proud club record if he finds the net for Liverpool at the Emirates on Saturday - here are all the facts and figures ahead of the trip to Arsenal from club statto Ged Rea.

Should he find the net today, Liverpool's No.15 will equal the club record of scoring in seven successive away league games. The only other man to achieve the feat was Sam English in 1933.

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

The Reds' leading scorer has scored twice against Arsenal in his career - for different teams. He netted a penalty in Manchester City's 3-0 win in November 2008 and scored in Bolton's 2-1 victory in April 2011.

He has scored 14 goals in his last 14 league games.

Luis Suarez's goal at the Emirates in last season's 2-2 draw was the 100th in Barclays Premier League meetings between the teams and also Liverpool's 250th in league football against the Gunners.

Suarez is looking to become the first Liverpool player ever to score at Arsenal in three successive league visits.

This fixture will see a clash between the teams who have scored the most goals in the Premier League in the calendar year of 2013 - Liverpool have found the net 57 times, while the Gunners have scored 53.

Last season, the sides drew 2-2 at the Emirates with Liverpool leading 2-0 at one stage. Suarez opened the scoring on five minutes, with Jordan Henderson doubling the advantage on the hour. But the Gunners fought back through Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott.

That followed the meeting earlier in the season which Arsenal won 2-0 at Anfield. Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla each scored their first goal for the Gunners.

In all competitions Liverpool have won one of the last 16 meetings with Arsenal in the capital, while their record at the Emirates is one win, five draws and three defeats.

The Reds have lost only one of the last six league visits - that came in February 2010 when Abou Diaby scored the game's only goal. Four of those clashes have ended in draws.

The Reds have failed to score in only two of the last 12 league visits to Arsenal.

Nine hat-tricks have been scored by Liverpool in league games against the Gunners, with each of the last four and eight in total coming at Anfield - the last from Peter Crouch in March 2007 in a 4-1 win.

The only Liverpool hat-trick at Arsenal was scored by Gordon Hodgson in October 1928 in a 4-4 draw.

Steven Gerrard has never scored a goal for Liverpool at the Emirates. His only goal at Arsenal came at Highbury in May 2005.

Kolo Toure made 225 league appearances for Arsenal between 2002 and 2009, scoring nine goals. In all competitions his tally was 14 goals in 326 games.

He made his Gunners debut against Liverpool in the FA Community Shield in Cardiff in 2002 - Arsenal won 1-0.

Simon Mignolet will play his 100th game in the Premier League - the first 90 having come with Sunderland.

Liverpool have 20 points from their opening nine games this season. They only reached that tally last season in game 16.

At this stage last season Liverpool were 12 points adrift of Chelsea, 11 behind the two Manchester clubs, seven behind Tottenham and five short of Arsenal.

The Reds have lost only one of their last 17 league games - at home to Southampton in September.

They are unbeaten in the last eight away games in the Premier League - five wins and three draws.

Liverpool and Arsenal are the only teams in the top two divisions to be unbeaten away from home in the league.

Arsenal have scored 20 Premier League goals - only Manchester City with 21 have scored more.

Since their opening-day defeat by Aston Villa, Arsenal have won 12 and drawn one of 15 games in all competitions, with the sole defeats coming at home to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League 11 days ago and Chelsea in the League Cup last Tuesday.

Since the opening day of the season Arsenal have only trailed for 21 minutes in a Premier League game - at the Hawthorns in a 1-1 draw with West Brom.

Arsenal have lost only one of their last 19 league games - at home to Aston Villa on day one this season. That defeat is their only one in the last 13 league games at the Emirates.

The Gunners have finished in the top four in each of the last 17 seasons. The last time they failed to achieve the feat was under Bruce Rioch in 1995-96.

Last season they finished fourth and scored 47 goals at home, more than any team in the division.

Arsene Wenger has won 11 of 33 league meetings against Liverpool since taking over in 1996, losing 10.

Aaron Ramsey has scored five league goals in his last six games after scoring five in his previous 89 appearances in the top flight.

The last time Arsenal suffered three reversals at the Emirates in a row was between October and November 2002, when they lost to Auxerre in the Champions League, Blackburn in the league and Sunderland in the League Cup.