Luis Suarez could break a proud Liverpool FC record if he nets against Aston Villa at Anfield on Saturday - check out all of the facts and figures courtesy of club statistician Ged Rea.

If Liverpool's No.7 finds the net against Paul Lambert's side, he will achieve the landmark of scoring in a ninth successive home league game - a record previously held by Roger Hunt and Fernando Torres with eight.

Suarez has scored 45 goals in his last 49 league games for the Reds.

Earlier this season, Liverpool won 1-0 at Villa Park, with Daniel Sturridge scoring the winner in the 21st minute. The goal was the club's 100th under Brendan Rodgers.

Last season, Villa won 3-1 at Anfield. Christian Benteke scored twice, with Andreas Weimann netting the other. Steven Gerrard scored a late consolation.

The Reds have won 78 points against Villa in the Barclays Premier League - more than any other team. The next best are Newcastle United with 74.

Liverpool have lost three of the last 24 league meetings home and away.

Gerrard has scored more goals (12) against Villa than any other side. Only Robbie Fowler (12) has scored more in the league for Liverpool against today's opponents than the midfielder's 11.

Five Liverpool players have scored league hat-tricks against Villa - Bobby Graham (1964), Ian Rush (1984), Fowler (1998), Michael Owen (2000) and Gerrard (2009).

The Reds are looking to record their first league double over Aston Villa in eight seasons.

Aly Cissokho made his Liverpool debut at Villa Park back in August.

The Reds are four goals short of recording 200 against Villa in all home league games. They have scored more league goals (310) against Villa than against any other team.

Only Fowler, Owen, Gerrard and Torres have scored more Premier League goals for Liverpool than Suarez, who has 60.

The Reds have won each of their last eight home games - their best run since 2010.

Sturridge equalled the club's Premier League record of scoring 20 goals in the quickest time - just 27 appearances. Torres is the other player to achieve the feat in the fewest games.

Sturridge has scored 16 times in his last 18 league appearances. His last two appearances have seen him come off the bench to score - at Everton and Stoke City.

The last 16 Liverpool league games have produced an average of more than four goals per match.

They have conceded just six league goals at home this season - the joint-lowest in the top division.

Villa have not kept a clean sheet in their last 13 league visits to Anfield.

The Villans went out of the FA Cup in round three to Sheffield United at Villa Park. Reds midfielder Conor Coady made an appearance, with the winner being scored by ex-Academy player Ryan Flynn.

Villa have won four away games this season in the top flight, beating Arsenal 3-1 on the opening day and then recording victories at Norwich City (1-0), Southampton (3-2) and Sunderland (1-0).

They have picked up 15 of their points this season away from home, with only eight coming at Villa Park, while their three away defeats have come at Chelsea, Fulham and Stoke.

Villa have scored 12 league goals away from home and conceded only 11. Only Everton (10) have shipped fewer on the road in the top flight this season.

In league and cup, Villa have won one of the last eight games - that single-goal success at Sunderland. In that spell they have scored five times.

Benteke played his 50th league game for Villa against Arsenal last Monday and scored his 24th goal. It was his first goal in his last dozen games, after netting four in his first four.