Club statto Ged Rea presents 20 facts about Arsenal v Liverpool – including a streak for Steven Gerrard, Joe Allen reaching an appearance landmark, and the possibility of a century of goals.
The next goal in this fixture will be the 100th scored in Barclays Premier League meetings between the teams.
The Reds' win on this ground last season was their first ever at the Emirates and their only success in 12 league trips to London to face the Gunners.
In all competitions, Liverpool have won just one of their last 15 meetings with Arsenal in the capital, while their record at the Emirates is one win, four draws and three defeats.
The Reds have failed to score in only two of their last 11 league visits to Arsenal.
Liverpool's biggest win at Arsenal came in October 1893 when they won 5-0 in the first ever meeting in London between the sides. Their heaviest defeat saw them lose 8-1 in September 1934.
Last season's win was the Reds' biggest in the league at Arsenal since September 1983 when Craig Johnston and Kenny Dalglish scored in a 2-0 win.
The Reds last won a second successive league game at Arsenal in 1997-98.
Brendan Rodgers' side have scored 40 goals in 23 league games this season - 12 more than in 2011-12.
Luis Suarez has scored in five of his last six games in all competitions, finding the net seven times in that time.
They have scored more than once in a game at Arsenal twice in the last 15 league encounters and have scored 17 times in 20 Premier League visits.
Daniel Sturridge scored his first league goal five years ago on Wednesday in Manchester City's 1-1 draw at Derby County.
He has scored twice against Arsenal in his career. He netted a penalty in Manchester City's 3-0 win in November 2008 and scored in Bolton's 2-1 victory in April 2011.
Joe Allen could make his 150th career league appearance.
Liverpool's next goal will be their 250th against Arsenal in league football. They have only scored more against Aston Villa, Manchester City, Newcastle, Everton and Sunderland.
The last goalless draw between the teams came in January 1999 at Highbury.
Three players have been sent off in the last five meetings. Joe Cole and Laurent Koscielny were dismissed (both on their league debut for the respective clubs) in August 2010 while Emmanuel Frimpong received a red card in this fixture last season.
Steven Gerrard is currently on his longest run of consecutive league appearances in one season for the club since April 2008 - 23 games.
Going into this round of midweek fixtures Arsenal have scored 30 goals at home - the joint highest total along with Manchester United.
They have lost three times at home this season in the Premier League - Chelsea (1-2), Swansea (0-2) and Manchester City (0-2).
Of the 21 goals the Gunners have scored in their last nine games, only four have been scored in the first half.