Brendan Rodgers will reach a century milestone when he leads Liverpool at Tottenham Hotspur today - find out more with all of our pre-match facts and figures.
This will be Rodgers' 100th game in charge of Liverpool in league and cup. He has won 55 and drawn 21 of the previous 99. Only Kenny Dalglish with 62 victories, and Bill Shankly and Rafa Benitez - both 56 - have won more in their first century of matches as manager.
Last season at White Hart Lane, Liverpool won 5-0. Luis Suarez with two, Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling and Jon Flanagan scored the goals. It was the Reds' biggest ever victory at Spurs.
Sterling scored his first away goal for Liverpool during the game, while Flanagan registered on the scoresheet for the first ever time for the club.
By also taking all three points in the return fixture at Anfield, the Reds recorded their first league double over Spurs since 2006-07, their fourth in the Premier League era and 13th overall.
In the Premier League era, Liverpool have won 20 and lost 13 of the 44 meetings home and away. Home and away, the Reds have won each of the last three clashes - their only victories in the last eight league meetings.
The Reds have scored 30 Premier League goals at White Hart Lane. At only one ground - St James' Park - have they scored more, with 36.
126 goals have been scored in the 44 Premier League meetings between the sides. Of the teams the Reds have faced in the top flight since 1992-93, only the Newcastle United fixture has produced more - 129.
The Reds have scored in 12 of their last 14 games at White Hart Lane in all competitions, and in seven of the last eight in the league.
Last season, Liverpool scored nine goals in the league meetings with Spurs, their highest ever in a campaign against the Londoners. The last 11 goals scored in the clashes between the sides have all been scored by the Reds.
Only two Liverpool players have scored hat-tricks at Tottenham - Billy Liddell in 1951 and Roger Hunt in 1964. The last Reds hat-trick against Spurs came from Phil Boersma, at Anfield in 1974.
Henderson scored in both league meetings last season, while Kolo Toure scored against Tottenham for Arsenal in April 2007, in a 2-2 draw at White Hart Lane.
Summer signing Adam Lallana scored in both of Southampton's league games against Spurs last season, while Rickie Lambert found the net in the meeting at St Mary's.
Spurs have won both of their first two league games this season - a feat they also achieved last term. The last time they won their first three was in 2009-10, when Liverpool were among their scalps.