Liverpool's goalscoring and winning exploits in recent months leave the Reds in position to set new club records when they take on Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Liverpool could equal a club record today by recording a sixth successive away league win. They have achieved the feat on four previous occasions, the last time coming in April 2002.

Their 3-2 victory over Manchester City a week ago was the side's 10th consecutive league win. Only twice before have they won more in succession - in 1990 they won a club record 12 on the spin, and 11 in a row in 1982.

The current unbeaten run of 15 league games is Liverpool's longest since they went 17 without losing in 2008.

The Reds' next goal will see them create a new club record of scoring 43 away goals in a league season.

They have netted 93 league goals this season; only twice in history have Liverpool scored more times in a season - both in Division 2 - and they went on to win the title both times, in 1895-96 with 106 goals and in 1961-62 when they scored 99.


Liverpool have scored in 24 successive league games. Should they score today, they will equal the club's top-flight record of 25, set between March and December 2001 and also from April to December 1933.

Another club record will fall today if Liverpool score in the opening 45 minutes. They have scored 56 first-half goals this season, equalling their previous best, which was set in 1895-96.

Liverpool have never scored five or more goals in four successive league games against the same team - they have netted five in each of the last three matches against Norwich. Between 1894 and 1896, they scored five, five and 10 in successive clashes with Rotherham.

Only three times since the war have Liverpool scored five or more goals against a team in both league meetings of a campaign - Grimsby (1946-47), Ipswich Town (2001-02) and Norwich last season.

Luis Suarez has scored 11 goals against Norwich - all coming in his last four games against the Canaries. Of the Reds' five hat-tricks against today's opponents, three have been scored by Suarez.


Only Robbie Fowler and Steven Gerrard (both with 12 against Aston Villa) and Michael Owen (13 against Newcastle United) have netted more for the Reds against a single club in the Premier League era than Suarez has against Norwich.

The Uruguayan needs one more strike to score more away goals for Liverpool than any other player in a Premier League campaign - he scored 12 last season to currently hold the record.

Jordan Henderson will see his run of 54 consecutive league appearances come to an end today, after picking up a three-match suspension last weekend. He has started all of the last 42 in the top flight.

Martin Skrtel has started the last 32 league games for Liverpool. The Slovakian centre-back has scored five goals in his last 10 top-flight appearances.

Norwich's last win over the Reds came at Anfield in April 1994 - the last game in front of a standing Kop - with Jeremy Goss scoring the famous goal.

Norwich have lost just one of their seven home league games in 2014. That was a 1-0 defeat by West Bromwich Albion two weeks ago.

In those seven games, they have conceded two goals. The last visiting team to score more than once at Carrow Road was Fulham, on Boxing Day, who won 2-1.

Only Chelsea (nine), Arsenal and Manchester City (10 each) have conceded fewer home goals this season than Norwich's 13.

The Canaries have gone three league games without scoring a goal (328 minutes) since a 2-0 win over Sunderland.