Steven Gerrard is hoping to continue his excellent scoring record against Bolton Wanderers when the Reds visit the Reebok on Saturday.
The inspirational skipper has netted seven top-flight goals against the Trotters. No Liverpool player in almost 100 years has hit the net more often. Only Jack Parkinson with 11 has more.
Here are the rest of the facts and figures from club statto Ged Rea.
Overall league record:
At Bolton: Liverpool 20 wins, Bolton 25 wins, 13 draws.
Overall: Liverpool 53 wins, Bolton 35 wins, 29 draws.
Earlier this season Liverpool won 3-1 at Anfield. Jordan Henderson opened the scoring on 15 minutes followed by Skrtel (52) and Adam (53) with Ivan Klasnic getting a last-minute consolation for the visitors.
The game saw Henderson and Adam score their first goals for Liverpool.
The Reds' last visit to the Reebok saw them win 1-0 last season with Maxi netting the only goal four minutes from time.
Liverpool are looking to record a fifth successive double over Bolton and their seventh in the Barclays Premier League.
In the Barclays Premier League Liverpool have won 18 and lost three of the 25 meetings.
Liverpool have lost just three of the last 31 meetings between the sides home and away - all at Bolton.
The Reds' clean sheet last season was only their third in the last 21 visits to Bolton.
They have, however, scored in 13 of their last 15 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. Since then all 25 clashes have produced at least one goal.
The Reds have won the last 10 league meetings home and away - their best ever sequence against Wanderers.
Robbie Fowler is the last Liverpool player to score a hat-trick against Bolton. 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.
A win for Liverpool will see them beat their away points tally for the whole of last season - won 18 points last season, currently have 16 in this campaign.
Liverpool have lost one of the last seven league games with three wins and three draws in that time.
In each of the last six league games that the Reds have lost they have failed to score.
If Jamie Carragher plays he will go third on the club's all-time league appearances list, overtaking Emlyn Hughes' 474. Only Ian Callaghan (640) and Billy Liddell (492) have played more.
Fabio Aurelio scored his first goal for Liverpool on this ground in March 2008.
Charlie Adam scored a winner for Blackpool in a 4-3 win over Owen Coyle's men in the penultimate game of last season.
Andy Carroll will have mixed memories of the last time he played at Bolton. He scored for Newcastle but his side lost 5-1.
On January 21 four years ago, Martin Skrtel made his league debut for Liverpool as a substitute in a 2-2 home draw with Aston Villa.
The last Liverpool player sent off in this fixture was Robbie Fowler, who was dismissed at Bolton in November 1997.
Liverpool's last defeat at Bolton came in September 2006, beaten 2-0 by goals from Gary Speed and Ivan Campo. Only Pepe Reina, Jamie Carragher, Steven Gerrard and Dirk Kuyt of the 14 players who played that day are still at Anfield while Jussi Jaaskelainen and Kevin Davies are Bolton's survivors.
The Reds have won the last four at Bolton - their best ever run away to Wanderers.
No side has ever spent longer in the top-flight than Bolton without winning the league.
Bolton won their opening game of this season 4-0 at QPR to go top of the Premier League after day one.
Against Liverpool in the Premier League at home Bolton have won three, drawn three and lost six.
Bolton have lost eight of their 10 home league games this season - only Stoke (beaten 5-0) and Wolves (1-1) have failed to leave with all three points.
They have picked up only four points out of a possible 30 on home soil. They have won three times as many points on the road.
Away from home they have won four times. Going into this weekend's fixtures only the top four teams plus Liverpool have won more.
Since that 4-0 win at QPR on the opening day of the season Bolton have kept only one clean sheet - in that win over Stoke.
Wanderers have been in the bottom three since October 16.
They have conceded 24 goals at home in the league - more than any other top-flight team.
Home and away they have let in 46 goals - more than any other Barclays Premier League team.
They have not kept a clean sheet in the last 10 league matches played.
They have won two of the last 10 league games - both away at Blackburn and Everton.
Bolton have already lost 15 Barclays Premier League games this season - they were beaten only 16 times in the whole of the last campaign.
Wanderers have just transferred their joint third highest goalscorer in the league this season with two goals - central defender Gary Cahill who has joined Chelsea.
Bolton have had five players red-carded in the league this season - Ivan Klasnic, David Wheater (twice), Ricardo Gardner and Gary Cahill (though Cahill's was later rescinded).
They are 13 points worse off than they were at this stage last season.
Adam Bogdan saved a Wayne Rooney penalty at Old Trafford last Saturday.
David Ngog scored 19 goals in 94 games before his deadline day move to the Reebok with nine goals coming in 63 Premier League appearances. He has scored two goals in 16 league games this season including one at Goodison earlier this month.
Current league positions:
Liverpool: Pld 21, W 9, D 8, L 4, Goals For 24, Against 18, Pts 35. Position: 7th.
Bolton: Pld 21, W 5, D 1, L 15, Goals For 25, Against 46, Pts 16. Position: 19th.