When Daniel Sturridge latched onto a supreme pass from Steven Gerrard at Craven Cottage to score for Liverpool against Fulham 11 days ago, the Reds broke a record which stretched right back to 1905-06.
Sturridge's calm finish in the 41st minute meant Brendan Rodgers' men had scored in the first half of a match for the 16th consecutive game in the league.
In 1905-06, the Liverpool team that would go on to be crowned First Division champions managed to achieve such a feat in 15 successive encounters.
Anfield will be hoping for more strikes before the interval when they face Swansea today – and our club statistician Ged Rea has more fascinating facts like the one above for you to browse ahead of the day’s game.
Last season Liverpool equalled their biggest home league win over Swansea, winning 5-0 with five different scorers - Steven Gerrard, Philippe Coutinho, Jose Enrique, Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.
The Reds have beaten Swansea once in the last six meetings in league and cup.
The only league hat-trick scored by a Liverpool player against today's opponents came in November 1961, when Roger Hunt hit three in a 5-0 league win at Anfield.
Brendan Rodgers was in charge of Swansea 84 times in the league, winning 36 of them and 96 times in all competitions with 43 wins. Joe Allen played 127 league games for Swansea scoring seven times.
At Anfield, Liverpool are unbeaten in the 12 league meetings against Swansea, winning nine and drawing three. They have kept eight clean sheets.
Liverpool have scored 54 goals against Swansea in 18 meetings at Anfield in all competitions.
Victor Moses has scored his last two league goals against Swansea. He scored for Liverpool at the Liberty Stadium last September and on the same ground for Chelsea last season.
Luis Suarez has scored in three of his last 12 games and in one of the last five in the Premier League.
Liverpool are unbeaten in their last 11 games at Anfield in league and cup, winning 10 and scoring 38 goals in the process.
The Reds completed last season by taking 25 points from their final 12 games. Like this season, this fixture was their 27th game of the campaign.
The Reds have found the net 38 times at home in the league this season - a tally that is better than their last three full campaigns at Anfield.
Steven Gerrard has now scored from 13 of his last 14 penalties for Liverpool. He has 37 in total, one behind Phil Neal who is second on the club's all-time list.
Of Liverpool's last 29 goals scored, Luis Suarez has scored four.
The Uruguayan is two goals away from becoming the first Liverpool player to score 25 league goals in a season since Robbie Fowler (28) in 1995-96.
Swansea have scored in three of their last 10 meetings with Liverpool in all competitions and five times in their 12 league visits to Anfield.
Jonjo Shelvey joined the Swans in the summer after scoring seven goals in his 69 league and cup appearances for Liverpool.
Swansea have not won in the last seven away league games since winning 2-1 at Fulham in November. The Swans have kept two clean sheets in the last 16 games.
Garry Monk has been in charge of the Swans for four games winning and drawing in the League, drawing with Napoli in the Europa League and losing at Everton in the FA Cup.