Liverpool could reach a landmark for league victories if they manage to beat Southampton on Saturday – find out how with our pre-match stat pack courtesy of Ged Rea.
Liverpool's next win will be their 1,800th in the league in the top flight.
Earlier this season, the Reds won 1-0 at Anfield with Daniel Agger scoring the goal on 43 minutes, his first of the season.
The last meeting between the sides on this ground saw Southampton win 2-0 with goals from David Prutton and Peter Crouch in January 2005. Only Jamie Carragher and Steven Gerrard from that team remain at Anfield.
The Reds are looking to record a fifth league double over the Saints since the inception of the Barclays Premier League.
Liverpool have lost three of the last five league meetings home and away but have suffered defeat in only five of the last 23.
Liverpool's last win at St Mary's came in January 2003 when Emile Heskey scored the only goal of the game on 14 minutes.
They have won only one of their last six visits to Southampton.
Liverpool's biggest ever Premier League win came against Southampton - the Reds winning 7-1 at Anfield in January 1999.
There has never been a goalless draw in the 37 league meetings at Southampton. The only two in 75 league meetings have come at Anfield - with the last coming in May 2000.
No Liverpool player has scored a hat-trick at Southampton, with only Robbie Fowler (twice) scoring three in a game against the Saints - October 1993 and January 1999.
One of Jamie Carragher's five goals for Liverpool came against Southampton in January 1999.
Philippe Coutinho spent the second half of last season on loan at Espanyol, whose coach was current Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino.
Jonjo Shelvey scored the first league goal of his career against Southampton at St Mary's as a Charlton player in April 2009. His team won 3-2.
Luis Suarez is one goal away from becoming only the 11th different player to score 30 in a season for the Reds in all competitions - the last was Fernando Torres (33) in 2007-08.
The Uruguayan reached 50 goals for the Reds last Sunday in his 91st game and in doing so achieved the feat in the ninth fewest number of games. Amongst those he bettered were John Aldridge (92 games), Michael Owen (93) and Robbie Fowler (94).
He has scored seven goals in his last four games.
Suarez leads the race for the Golden Boot having scored 22 league goals. He is three ahead of Robin van Persie, six ahead of Gareth Bale while Michu is seven behind with 15.
If Daniel Sturridge scores he will reach five Premier League goals for the club in fewer games than any other Reds player. He has scored four goals in six appearances. Robbie Fowler scored his first five in eight games.
The last time Liverpool won four league games in a row, which they can do on Saturday, was February 2011 - while they seek a fifth successive victory in league and cup for the first time since September 2009 when they won six on the bounce.
The Reds have scored 26 away league goals this season - only once in the last nine Premier League seasons have they surpassed that tally (36 in 2008-09).
Only the current top three teams have scored more on the road this season than Liverpool.
They have scored more goals after 29 league games this season than they have at the same stage of any of the last 16 campaigns.
The Reds have so far found the net nine more times than they did in the whole of last season.
In only two of Liverpool's 14 away games this season in the league have they failed to score - at West Brom in August and Swansea in November.
Liverpool's biggest league wins at Southampton came in September 1988 and October 1995 when they won 3-1 on each occasion.