Liverpool will aim for a club record seventh successive away league win against Crystal Palace tonight. Here are all the key facts and stats ahead of the big game, courtesy of Ged Rea.
Earlier this season Liverpool won 3-1 at Anfield against Crystal Palace. They scored their goals in the first half with Luis Suarez (14 minutes), Daniel Sturridge (17) and a Steven Gerrard penalty (38) finding the net. Palace netted a consolation on 77 minutes through Dwight Gayle.
The sides last met in the Premier League at Selhurst Park in April 2005 with Palace winning 1-0. Andy Johnson scored the winner with only Steven Gerrard currently at either club on duty that day.
The sides first met in the league as recently as the 1969-70 season with Liverpool doing the 'double'.
The Reds have scored in all but two of the nine Premier League meetings.
They have won two of the last six visits to Palace and three of the last 10 in all competitions.
In four Premier League visits, Liverpool have won two with one defeat and a draw.
Milan Baros is the only Liverpool player to score a league hat-trick against Palace - doing so in a 3-2 win in November 2004.
The four defeats in the league Liverpool have suffered at Palace have all been by a 1-0 scoreline.
Liverpool's biggest win at Palace was a 6-1 victory on the opening day of the season in August 1994.
The Reds have lost their last two visits to Palace. As well as that league defeat in April 2005 they were beaten 2-1 in a League Cup game six months later.
Steven Gerrard scored for Liverpool that night. Julian Speroni was in goal for Palace.
There have been two goalless draws in the 27 league meetings between the teams - in 1979-80 at Selhurst Park and in December 1994 at Anfield.
Victor Moses played 69 times in all competitions for Palace scoring 11 goals, with all of those goals coming in 58 league appearances.
Joe Allen made the first league appearance of his career seven years ago today as a Swansea substitute against Blackpool. His side lost 6-3.
Glen Johnson scored his last Liverpool goal in London - at West Ham in December 2012.
Lucas' only Reds league goal came five years ago this weekend in a 3-0 home win over Newcastle.
Joe Allen could play his 50th league game for Liverpool in this fixture.
Luis Suarez requires one goal to equal the record for most goals in a 38-game Premier League season. Alan Shearer (Blackburn) in 1995-96 and Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) in 2007-08 both scored 31.
The Uruguayan has scored two or more goals in a league game nine times this season - only Roger Hunt (13 in 1961-62) and Gordon Hodgson (10 in 1930-31) have achieved the feat more often.
Liverpool need four goals from their remaining two games to record 100 in the league for only the second time in their history and the first since 1895-96.
Only one other team has achieved the feat in the Premier League - Chelsea scored 103 in 2009-10.
If Raheem Sterling scores it will be his 10th league goal of the campaign. The last time the Reds had four league scorers reach double figures was in 1985-86 when Ian Rush scored 22, Jan Molby 14, Paul Walsh 11 and Ronnie Whelan 10.
Liverpool have scored at least three goals in 20 Premier League matches this season, matching Manchester City's record of two seasons ago. All the more incredible given that the Reds did not score three in a game this season until week 6 at Sunderland.
The Reds won 6-1 at Coventry on this date the last time they lifted the trophy in 1990 - their last away win on this date.
Liverpool could set another club record tonight if they win. It would be a seventh successive league victory away from home.
The Reds are unbeaten in the last eight away league games and are the only team not to lose on the road in the Premier League in 2014.
Wins in their final two games will see them equal their best Premier League points tally of 86.
This is Palace's fifth season in the Premier League and it will be the first time they have avoided relegation.
The Eagles have won one of their last nine league clashes with Liverpool - in the last London meeting in 2005.
In those nine meetings they have scored seven goals.
They have only recorded successive home league victories over the Reds once before - winning 1-0 in both 1990-91 and 1991-92.
Palace had won five league games in a row before losing at home to Manchester City eight days ago.
They have kept four clean sheets in the last six games, conceding four goals in that time.
Palace have picked up 27 points from 17 games in this calendar year.
They have won eight and lost eight of their home league fixtures.
The Londoners have scored fewer goals at home (15) than any other team in the Premiership, and despite this are 11th in the table.
Glenn Murray was the club's leading scorer in their last promotion season with 30 league goals but only returned from long-term injury this season on 8th February.
Tony Pulis took over at Palace in late November and has recorded 11 wins in his 24 games in charge. They won only two of the 12 prior to his appointment.
He has lost only two of his 10 league games against Liverpool as a manager - all 10 games coming while at Stoke.
Julian Speroni and Mile Jedinak have started every league game for Palace this season.
Speroni has kept 12 Premier League clean sheets this season.
Jason Puncheon has scored four goals in his last five games for the Londoners.
Tom Ince played once for Liverpool after coming through the club's Academy. He came off the bench in a League Cup defeat to Northampton Town in 2010. Since joining the Eagles on loan from Blackpool in January he has played six times, scoring on his debut against West Brom.
13 different players have scored for Palace in the top-flight this season with eight of them scoring one goal each.
Palace have used 39 players so far this season in all competitions.
Leading scorers (league in brackets):
Liverpool: Suarez 30 (30), Sturridge 23 (20), Gerrard 14 (13), Sterling 10 (9), Skrtel 7 (7), Coutinho 5 (5), Henderson 5 (4), Moses 2 (1), Agger 1 (1), Aspas 1 (0), Flanagan 1 (1), Sakho 1 (1), own goals 5 (4).
Palace: Puncheon 7 (7), Chamakh 6 (5), Gayle 4 (3), Jerome 2 (2), Ledley 2 (2), Bannan 1 (1), Dann 1 (1), Gabbidon 1 (1), Garvan 1 (0), Ince 1 (1), Jedinak 1 (1), Mariappa 1 (1), Murray 1 (1), O'Keefe 1 (1), Wilbraham 1 (0), own goals 1 (1).