Brendan Rodgers makes a return to Stamford Bridge on Sunday as Liverpool face Chelsea. Here are 30 great stats courtesy of club statto Ged Rea.
Last season the teams met four times with Liverpool recording their second successive league double over Chelsea.
They won 2-1 at Stamford Bridge. Maxi Rodriguez opened the scoring on 33 minutes and despite Daniel Sturridge equalising on 55, Glen Johnson popped up with the winner three minutes from time.
In the return at Anfield, just days after the FA Cup final meeting, Liverpool won 4-1. They led 3-0 after 28 minutes with goals from Michael Essien (OG), Jordan Henderson and Daniel Agger. Stewart Downing then missed a penalty on the stroke of half-time. Ramires pulled one back before Jonjo Shelvey scored his first league goal for the Reds.
They also met in both domestic competitions. Liverpool won 2-0 at Stamford Bridge in the League Cup (Maxi and Martin Kelly) with Chelsea winning the FA Cup final 2-1 (Ramires and Didier Drogba with Andy Carroll netting a consolation).
The Reds have recorded three league doubles over Chelsea in the Premier League - all in the last four seasons.
They have never beaten the Londoners home and away in three successive league campaigns.
All of the Reds' four wins at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League era have been by a one-goal margin. The last time they won by a greater margin was December 1989 when they won 5-2.
Despite a huge recent improvement, Liverpool have picked up just 16 points out of a possible 60 in league visits to Chelsea.
The Reds have lost 11 of their last 16 league visits to the Bridge and won four of the last 22 on the ground.
Liverpool are seeking to win a third successive league game at the Bridge for only the second time ever - the last time was in 1974-75.
Liverpool have scored in three of the last four league visits after finding the net in only two of the previous nine trips in the Premier League.
The Reds have not won five in a row against Chelsea since the 1970s (1972-74).
Glen Johnson played 72 times for Chelsea in all competitions from 2003-2007 scoring four times.
His last league goal came on this ground in Liverpool's win a year ago.
Jordan Henderson made his career league debut on this ground in November 2008. His Sunderland team lost 5-0.
Steven Gerrard has scored once for Liverpool in 33 appearances against Chelsea. That goal came in a 4-1 Anfield defeat in October 2005.
Jamie Carragher had made more appearances for Liverpool against Chelsea than any other Reds player ever (43) while Frank Lampard with 36 had made the most for the Londoners against Liverpool.
Patrik Berger scored Liverpool's last hat-trick against Chelsea - at Anfield in October 1997. No player has ever scored a hat-trick for Liverpool at Stamford Bridge.
The Reds are unbeaten in the last five league games since losing to Manchester United back in September.
Luis Suarez has scored seven league goals in 900 minutes of action this season. It took him 1,977 minutes of game time to reach that tally in 2011-12.
Liverpool are yet to score a goal after the 71st minute of a game in the league this season.
Chelsea have scored only seven times against Liverpool in the last 11 league meetings home and away.
Fernando Torres scored seven goals in eight games against the Londoners - the most appearances he made and goals he scored against any team during his time at Anfield.
He has yet to score against Liverpool in four appearances - all four games Chelsea have lost.
Chelsea have taken one point from the last two games after winning seven of the first eight, and after conceding just two goals in the opening five league games this season they have let in eight in the last five.
14 different players have scored for Chelsea this season - only one less than the whole of last season.
Juan Mata has scored seven goals in his last nine games in league and cup.
The referee for this fixture is Howard Webb. He takes charge of Chelsea for the first time this season while he was in charge of Liverpool's game against Arsenal in September.
On the two occasions he has been in charge of a game between the two sides, Liverpool have come out on top in each - a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge in October 2008 and a 2-0 Anfield success in November 2010.