Liverpool are in Moscow for their Europa League tie with Anzhi Makhachkala on Thursday night. Here are 23 great stats from club statto Ged Rea.
Liverpool have lost only twice in their last 22 European games.
Stewart Downing has appeared in all seven European games this season - the only man to do so - with six starts and one substitute appearance.
In those seven games this season Brendan Rodgers has used 28 players.
Jonjo Shelvey is the competition's joint leading scorer in the group stages with three goals.
In the last away game, at Young Boys, he became only the fifth Liverpool player to score twice in a European game after coming on as substitute.
Only Group I (containing Lyon, Sparta Prague, Hap Kiryat Shmona and Athletic Bilbao) with 23 has seen more goals scored than Liverpool's group (22).
The Reds have scored eight goals in Group A so far - the most of any of the 48 teams along with Dnipro and Lyon.
Liverpool have won all three away games in Europe this season scoring seven times and conceding three.
In their seven games in total they have scored 14 with seven having been conceded.
They have never lost a UEFA Cup/Europa League group game on the road with three draws and a win in four games.
Joe Cole celebrates his 31st birthday today (Thursday).
The Reds have lost just one of the last 10 away games in Europe - at Braga in March 2011.
This is Liverpool's third visit to Moscow. They lost 4-2 to Spartak in the Cup Winners Cup in 1992-93 but won 3-1 against the same opposition in the Champions League group stage in 2002-03 with Michael Owen scoring a hat-trick.
Anzhi have travelled 991 miles from Makhachkala to Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow where this game is being played.
Anzhi have never conceded a European goal in Russia and they have won their last four European home games.
Their defeat at Anfield two weeks ago is their only defeat in nine Europa League games this season.
Anzhi have played 13 home games this season in league and cup winning 12 and drawing one. They have scored at least once in them all and have failed to score in only two of the last 17 games.
This is only their second season in Europe. The first was back in 2001-02 when they met Rangers in the UEFA Cup. Due to the disturbances in Chechnya the tie against Rangers was played as a one off game in Warsaw with the Scottish side winning 1-0. Liverpool were the competition's defending champions.
Coach Guus Hiddink was in charge of Chelsea when they eliminated Liverpool from the Champions League in 2009, winning 3-1 at Anfield and drawing 4-4 in the return.
They are second in the Russian League - one point behind CSKA Moscow after 14 games. Anzhi have 32 points.
Since the game at Anfield they have lost at Rubin Kazan and beaten Terek Grozny at home in the league and recorded a win over Krylya Sovetov in the cup.
Referee David Fernandez Borbalan from Spain is taking charge of Liverpool for the first time tonight. He has taken charge of two European game sthis season- play off games in both competitions - and has issued 10 yellow cards and one red.