Liverpool go into Saturday's Barclays Premier League encounter with Wolves five goals short of recording 1,200 in the Premier League.
Here are the rest of the facts and figures from club statto Ged Rea.
At Anfield: Liverpool 30 wins, Wolves 9 wins, 7 draws.
Overall: Liverpool 45 wins, Wolves 30 wins, 17 draws.
Last season Wolves shocked Liverpool at Anfield with a 1-0 win with Stephen Ward scoring the only goal, 12 months after being sent off on the ground. At the time Wolves were bottom of the Premier League.
In the return at Molineux Liverpool won 3-0. It was Kenny Dalglish's first win since taking over as Caretaker-Manager. Fernando Torres scored his final goals for the club with Raul Meireles' outstanding strike sandwiched in between.
Liverpool and Wolves are looking to bounce back from losing their last two league fixtures. The Reds lost on the road at Stoke and Tottenham while Wolves were beaten at Molineux by Tottenham and QPR.
In the last 24 league meetings home and away the Reds have prevented Wolves from scoring on 14 occasions.
Liverpool have conceded only three goals in the last 12 home meetings with Wanderers.
Liverpool's biggest home win over Wolves came in September 1963 when they won 6-0 with Roger Hunt scoring twice.
The Reds have won 13 of the last 15 Anfield fixtures with Wolves.
No Liverpool player has ever scored a hat-trick against Wanderers in any competition.
The Reds have scored just three goals in the last four Anfield meetings.
Last Sunday saw Kenny Dalglish suffer his heaviest defeat as Liverpool manager as the Reds lost 4-0 at Tottenham.
In that game Liverpool had two players sent off for only the sixth time in their history.
Liverpool have never failed to score in three succssive league games under Kenny Dalglish.
The win at Molineux last season was the first time Kenny had managed Liverpool against Wolves.
Pepe Reina has conceded one goal in his four appearances against Wolves - in this fixture last season.
Dirk Kuyt is looking to score his first league goal since scoring in the 5-2 win at Fulham. It would be his 50th league goal for the club.
In all competitions Dirk has scored 67 times for the Reds - putting him one behind Ian Callaghan.
The Reds are five goals short of recording 1200 in the Premier League.
Wolves won three times away from home last season in the league - at Liverpool, Aston Villa and crucially Sunderland in their last away fixture of the campaign.
Away from home last season they lost 13 games - the most in the Premier League along with Stoke while only Stoke and Newcastle scored fewer than their 16 goals.
Boyhood Liverpool fan Steven Fletcher was Wolves' leading scorer last season with 10 league goals which included five in the last six games.
Last season Wolves beat Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea at Molineux and Liverpool at Anfield.
Wolves' best win here came in December 1946 when Denis Westcott scored four in a 5-1 victory.
Wanderers' win last season was their first since 1983-84 when they also won 1-0.
In the last 24 visits by Wolves Liverpool have won 19 and drawn three.
Wolves have kept only three clean sheets in the last 25 visits.
Wolves haven't scored more than once at Anfield in the last 12 visits since Steve Kindon and John Richards scored in a 4-2 defeat in September 1972.
Home and away they have scored more than once against Liverpool in just 1 of the last 24 games - that 4-1 win in 1980.
They are unbeaten in both away league games this season - winning 2-1 at Blackburn on the opening day and drawing 0-0 at Aston Villa.
Like Luis Suarez, Kevin Doyle missed a penalty on the opening day - Paul Robinson saving his kick.
After a draw with Aston Villa last month Wolves topped the table briefly for the second time this season - the last time before this campaign was September 1962.
They have not scored a league goal for three-and-a-half games since Matt Jarvis scored in the home win over Fulham last month.
However they did put five past Millwall in the Carling Cup in midweek and have seen 12 players score so far during the campaign - more than any other top-flight club.
This season Wolves won both opening league fixtures for the first time since 1998-99 when they were in the second tier. It was the first time that had achieved the feat in the top division since 1979-80.
Wolves come to Anfield looking to record successive league wins on the ground for the first time since 1950-51.
Michael Kightly could play his 100th league game for Wanderers today.