Liverpool are looking to continue their impressive record against Bolton Wanderers in the Barclays Premier League on Sunday after doing the double over the Trotters for a third successive season last campaign.
Here are the very latest facts and figures from club statto Ged Rea:
At Bolton: Liverpool 19 wins, Bolton 25 wins, 13 draws.
Overall: Liverpool 50 wins, Bolton 35 wins, 29 draws.
Last season Liverpool did the double over Bolton for a third successive season (for the first time ever) and for the fifth time in the Barclays Premier League.
Liverpool won 3-2 at the Reebok, twice coming from behind to equalise through Glen Johnson and Fernando Torres before Steven Gerrrard scored an 83rd minute winner. Bolton were leading 2-1 through Kevin Davies and Tamir Cohen when Sean Davis was sent off on 55 minutes. Torres scored within a minute.
In the return at Anfield Dirk Kuyt and a Kevin Davies own goal gave the Reds all three points with a 2-0 win.
In the Barclays Premier League Liverpool have won 15 and lost three of the 22 meetings.
Liverpool have lost just three of the last 28 meetings between the sides home and away - all at Bolton.
Their last defeat here came in September 2006, beaten 0-2 by goals from Gary Speed and Ivan Campo. Only Pepe Reina, Jamie Carragher, Steven Gerrard and Dirk Kuyt of the 14 players who appeared that day are still at Anfield.
Liverpool have kept just two clean sheets in the last 20 visits to Bolton.
However, they have themselves scored in 12 of their last 14 trips to Bolton.
Liverpool's biggest win at Bolton came in September 1907 when they won 4-0.
Their heaviest defeat came in May 1932 when they were thrashed 8-1.
The last goalless draw in the League at Bolton came in December 1937.
The Reds have won the last seven league meetings home and away - a record.
Robbie Fowler is the last Liverpool player to score a hat-trick against Sunday's opponents. He scored four at Anfield in September 1995.
No player has scored a hat-trick for Liverpool at Bolton though four have been achieved at Anfield - Jack Parkinson (1913), Henry Race (1929), Jimmy Case (1978) and Fowler.
Fabio Aurelio scored his first goal for Liverpool on this ground in March 2008.
Sotirios Kyrgiakos made his Liverpool debut in this fixture at the Reebok last season.
'Soto' has found the net in two of Liverpool's last three league games and has three goals to his name in just 17 Premier League appearances for the club.
Steven Gerrard has scored seven league goals against Bolton Wanderers. Only Jack Parkinson with 11 scored between 1904-14 has ever netted more goals for the club against Wanderers.
Maxi Rodriguez played on this ground for Atletico Madrid in February 2008 in a 1-0 UEFA Cup defeat.
Fernando Torres has scored in both Liverpool's league victories this season - against West Brom and Blackburn. He last scored in successive league games back in March.
The last Liverpool player sent off in this fixture was Robbie Fowler who was dismissed at Bolton in November 1997.
The Reds have scored only one first half league goal away from home in 2010. That was scored by Fernando Torres at Old Trafford back in March.
They have not scored more than once in the opening 45 minutes of an away league game since the win at WestHam in September 2009.
Liverpool have won just one of their last 13 away league games - that came when they beat Burnley 4-0 in April. They have scored in just five of them.
The Reds are aiming to record back to back league victories for the first time since April.
No side has ever spent longer in the top-flight than Bolton without winning the League.
Against Liverpool in the Premier League at home Bolton have won two, drawn two and lost four.
This season two Bolton players have been capped by England, Gary Cahill and Kevin Davies, in the same season for the first time since 1959 when Eddie Hopkinson, Ray Parry and Doug Holden appeared.
At home to Liverpool in the Premier League Bolton have won three and lost five of the 11 meetings.
Bolton are unbeaten in the league at home this season - winning one and drawing three. They beat Stoke 2-1 in their last match at the Reebok after drawing with Fulham, Birmingham and Manchester United.
They last lost at home in April when going down by a single goal to Aston Villa.
They have suffered only one defeat in the nine games - at Arsenal (4-1) when they finished the game with 10 men following the sending off of Gary Cahill.
Six of those games have ended in draws - the most in the top-flight along with Fulham and Sunderland.
They have only failed to score in one league game this season - on the opening day against Fulham. That is also their only clean sheet of the campaign.
They have prevented the opposition from scoring in only one of the last 17 league games.
Johan Elmander has scored five league goals this season - in his last eight games - having scored just eight times in the previous 55.
All five of those goals have come away from home. He hasn't found the net in front of the Reebok faithful since March and that is the only one he has scored there since August 2008.
Jussi Jaaskelainen saved a penalty at West Ham earlier this season and was sent off in his next league game at home to Birmingham.
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