At Anfield: Liverpool 36 wins, Blackburn 9 wins, 16 draws.
Overall: Liverpool 51 wins, Blackburn 34 wins, 38 draws.
Earlier this season the sides drew 0-0 at Ewood Park. Steven Gerrard made his 500th appearance for the club.
Last season Liverpool won 4-0 at Anfield. Fernando Torres scored twice in the first half at Anfield before Daniel Agger and David Ngog completed the scoring in the final seven minutes.
Since the inception of the Premier League, Liverpool have won 14 and lost six of the 31 meetings.
At Anfield the Reds have won nine and drawn five of the 15 fixtures played.
Steven Gerrard's Liverpool debut came against Rovers in November 1998. He came on in the last minute in a 2-0 win.
If Liverpool score on Sunday it will be for the 25th successive home league game and will be the club's longest run for 41 years. In all competitions the Reds have scored in 32 consecutive Anfield games.
Since losing at Portsmouth in December, the Reds have conceded only two goals in nine league games.
72 per cent of Liverpool's league goals this season have been scored at Anfield while 28 per cent of Blackburn's have come on their travels.
Pepe Reina went into this weekend's round of games with 12 league clean sheets to his name. Along with Petr Cech, also with a dozen, he leads the race for this season's Golden Glove.
He hasn't conceded a goal at Anfield since Charles N'Zogbia scored for Wigan in injury-time in December.
Since that game against Wigan, the Reds have gone four league games at home without conceding a goal.
Liverpool have lost only one of their last nine league games (at Arsenal).
They have kept a clean sheet in six of their last eight games in all competitions.
Daniel Agger's last goal for the Reds came against Rovers at Anfield last April.
Dirk Kuyt is the only Liverpool player to score for the club in the Reds' last six league games.
Billy Liddell, in 1958, is the last player to score a hat-trick for Liverpool against Rovers - doing so at Ewood.
The only Liverpool player to perform the feat at Anfield is Dick Forshaw, who did so in 1923.
Both of those hat-tricks were scored during the month of February.
Liverpool have kept eight clean sheets in the last dozen league meetings on this ground.
Liverpool's 4-0 win at Anfield last season equalled their biggest home league win over Rovers. It was previously achieved in October 1896, October 1933 and April 2004.
Rovers' only win in the last 22 league meetings home and away came on Boxing Day 2006 when Benni McCarthy scored the only goal of the game. They have drawn 11 and lost 10 during that spell.
Rovers' biggest league win at Anfield came in September 1905 when they won 3-1.
Blackburn have scored just twice in their last six visits to Anfield and in only four of the last 12 league games on this ground have they managed to find the net.
Mike Newell's winning goal here in 1993 gave Rovers, what remains, their only league victory on this ground since 1963.
Following victories over Hull and Bolton, Rovers are aiming to win a third league game in succession for the first time since January 2008.
Rovers have won once away from home in the Premier League this season- recording a 2-0 victory at Bolton in November.
Since that victory they have taken three points from the last possible 21 on the road - all in draws.
Only six of their 34 points this season have been won away from home. They have lost nine of their 13 away games.
However, home and away they have lost just one of their last six Premier League games - at Stoke earlier this month.
The last Blackburn player to score a hat-trick against the Reds was Danny Shea was in September 1913 when he netted four times in a 6-2 win at Ewood.
El Hadji Diouf scored six goals in his 80 appearances for Liverpool in his three years at Anfield following a move from Lens in 2002.
Paul Robinson is Rovers' only ever present in the league this season. He has kept three clean sheets in his side's last four games.
Blackburn have scored only twice or more in a game on this ground on one occasion in the last 15 visits. It was a game that saw them lose 4-3 in 2002.
The first three red cards that were issued to Rovers this season came in three games against Aston Villa - in three different competitions.
This will be Sam Allardyce's 49th league game in charge at Ewood Park. He has presided over 16 wins, 14 draws and 18 defeats so far.
Only one season has ever produced two goalless draws between the teams during the course of a league campaign - 1923-24.
Referee Alan Wiley will take charge of Liverpool for the fifth time this season. They have won three and lost one (at Arsenal in the Carling Cup) of the previous four.
Current League Positions: (before weekend games)
Liverpool: Pld 27 Won 13 Drawn 6 Lost 8 Goals For 43 Against 27 Points 45 Position: 6th
Blackburn: Pld 27 Won 9 Drawn 7 Lost 11 Goals For 29 Against 43 Points 34 Position: 12th