Luis Suarez is set to make his 100th appearance for Liverpool against Newcastle United at St James' Park on Saturday. Here are all the facts and figures from club statto Ged Rea.
Liverpool's No.7 has scored 54 times so far. Only nine players have found the net more often in 100 appearances than the Uruguayan - but Ian Rush (56), Gordon Hodgson and Robbie Fowler (55 each) are all within reach. By comparison, the likes of Michael Owen, Kenny Dalglish and Ian St John all scored fewer.
Steven Gerrard scored his 99th league goal for the club in the Reds' last game against Crystal Palace and will become the 12th player to reach three figures for the club.
Last season, Liverpool won 6-0 at Newcastle - their biggest ever win at St James' Park.
The Reds scorers were Daniel Agger (three minutes), Jordan Henderson (17 & 76), Daniel Sturridge (54 & 60) and Fabio Borini (74). It was Newcastle's heaviest home defeat since 1925.
That victory equalled their biggest ever away win in the Barclays Premier League, joining 6-0 wins at both Ipswich (2002) and West Brom (2003).
In the last 14 meetings home and away, the Reds have won 10 and lost three. They have scored in 13 of those games, and on the last seven occasions Liverpool have faced the Magpies in the north east they have scored 19 goals in total.
There has been only draw between the teams in the last 16 league meetings. There has not been a goalless draw in any of the last 56 league fixtures between the teams - a run dating back to February 1974.
The Reds have scored 80 goals against Newcastle in the Premier League (more than against any other team) and the total of 122 is the most of any Premier League fixture involving Liverpool.
Only Michael Owen, with 13, has netted more against the Geordies than Steven Gerrard for Liverpool in the Premier League. The Reds skipper has scored seven against the Magpies.
Only two Liverpool players have ever scored a hat-trick at St James' Park - Steve Nicol in September 1987 and Owen in August 1998 - both in 4-1 Reds wins.
Jose Enrique joined Newcastle from Villarreal in 2007 and played 129 games for the Magpies, scoring one goal. So far he has netted two in 86 games for Liverpool.
Glen Johnson scored the first goal of his professional career against Newcastle in November 2003 in a 5-0 Chelsea home win.
He made his career league debut 11 years ago on Saturday for Millwall at Norwich in a 3-1 defeat.
Lucas’ only league goal for Liverpool so far came against the Geordies in a 3-0 win at Anfield in May 2009. He made his league debut for the Reds six years ago this weekend in the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park, when he replaced Gerrard.
Raheem Sterling scored his first goal for Liverpool on this weekend a year ago – it was the only goal of the win against Reading.
All three of his goals for the club have been scored at Anfield.
Sturridge has scored eight goals in his last five away league games and has 12 in his last dozen Premier League appearances for the Reds.
In the calendar year 2013, Suarez has scored 13 goals in 16 league appearances while Sturridge has netted 16 times in his 21 Premier League games.
Victor Moses scored twice against Newcastle for Wigan at the DW Stadium in April 2012.
Eleven of Liverpool’s last 12 Premier League goals have been scored in the first half.
The Reds are unbeaten in their last seven away league games and are 10 points better off now than they were at the same stage of last season. Only Southampton (twice) have beaten Liverpool in their last 19 top-flight games.
Alan Pardew's reign at St James' Park began with a 3-1 win over Liverpool on Tyneside in December 2010. He has presided over 105 league games, with Newcastle winning 37 per cent of their games (39).
He has won twice in the 11 times he has faced the Reds as a manager during his time with Newcastle, Charlton and West Ham – both wins with the Magpies.
Newcastle's biggest home win over Liverpool came in January 1934 when they won 9-2.
Last season, Newcastle finished 16th in the league. They won nine at home but also lost nine – no team lost more in front of their home fans. They conceded 31 at home, with only Wigan and Reading conceding more.
Demba Ba was their leading scorer last season with 13 but left the club in the January transfer window.
Newcastle's last 12 Premier League goals have all been scored by Frenchmen, with the last goal by a non-Frenchman coming from Papiss Cisse in April.
They have won three of seven league games this season – beating Fulham at home (1-0) and recording away wins at both Aston Villa and Cardiff (2-1). At home they have also lost to Hull (2-3) and played out a goalless draw with West Ham.
Cisse scored both goals in Newcastle's last win over Liverpool – on this ground in April 2012. In his last 14 appearances he has scored once, in the League Cup win over Leeds last month. He has not scored in 13 league games since he hit the only goal in the win over Fulham last April.
Loic Remy has scored five goals in his last three games for the Magpies.