Fresh from his hat-trick at Fulham last weekend, Daniel Sturridge goes into Sunday's final game of 2012-13 against QPR requiring just one goal to equal his best ever tally of league goals in a season.
Liverpool's No.15 netted 11 in 30 games for Chelsea last season - he already has 10 in 13 for the Reds. Here are the rest of the facts and figures from club statto Ged Rea...
He is averaging a goal every 104 minutes for the Reds in all competitions and every 100 minutes in the league.
Sturridge has reached 10 Premier League goals for Liverpool quicker than any other player (13 games). The previous record holders were Robbie Fowler and Fernando Torres (18 appearances).
He has scored five goals in the three games since Luis Suarez began his ban.
Glen Johnson, if he plays, will finish alongside Steven Gerrard as the player to make most league appearances this season - 36.
Earlier this season Liverpool won 3-0 at Loftus Road with all three goals coming in the opening 28 minutes. Luis Suarez (2) and Daniel Agger were on target.
Last season, a 47th minute goal from Suarez gave the Reds a 1-0 win over Rangers at Anfield.
The Reds have done the league 'double' over Rangers 10 times with the last coming in 1995-96.
There has never been a goalless draw between the sides at Anfield - and only one at Loftus Road, on Boxing Day 1991 - in the 48 meetings in total in all competitions.
Liverpool's biggest home win over today's visitors came in October 1987 when they won 4-0.
Sebastian Coates scored his only league goal for Liverpool so far at Loftus Road last season.
Liverpool have lost only once in 21 league meetings at Anfield - a 3-1 defeat in March 1991 with Jan Molby scoring a penalty for the Reds after they had trailed at half-time to Les Ferdinand and Roy Wegerle goals. Clive Wilson made the points safe for the visitors on 84 minutes.
This will be the second time they have met QPR on the final day of a season. The other occasion was in 1975 when the Reds won 3-1 with Jimmy Case making his debut in front of the Kop.
The Reds have not scored in their previous three final day fixtures. They lost 1-0 at Swansea and Aston Villa in the last two seasons and played out a goalless draw at Hull in 2010.
Liverpool's last win in the last game of the campaign came in 2009 when they beat Tottenham 3-1 at Anfield in Sami Hyypia's Anfield farewell.
Yossi Benayoun is the last Liverpool player to score on the final day of the season in that victory over Spurs.
They have not lost any of the last nine final day games at Anfield since the 0-2 defeat at the hands of Arsenal in 1989.
There have been 18 different scorers this season for Liverpool - one more will break the club record set in 1991-92 and 1999-2000.
The Reds are three goals short of recording 100 goals in a season for the first time in four seasons and for only the fifth time in the last 22 seasons.
Liverpool have scored 70 goals in the league this season. Two goals will mean that only once in the last 22 campaigns have they found the net more often (77 goals in 2008-09).
A win for Liverpool will see them beat their points tally of last season by nine points and one place.
They have lost one of the last 11 league games - at Southampton in March.
Liverpool's biggest final day win in the Premier League was their 5-0 victory over Ipswich in 2002.
Their biggest ever win in a final league game of a season was the 6-1 defeat of Coventry at Highfield Road in 1990.
Rangers have won only once at Anfield in 24 visits in league and cup and also never managed to keep a clean sheet.
QPR have lost 30 of the 43 previous league meetings between the clubs.
They had to wait until their 17th game this season to record their first victory - a Premier League record - when they beat Fulham 2-1 at home in December with Adel Taarabt netting both.
Harry Redknapp's side have lost 20 of their 37 league games so far this season.
Rangers have occupied a place in the bottom three since August 26 and were consigned to the Championship following their goalless draw with Reading last month, a draw which sent the Royals down too.
QPR have won twice away from home this season with five draws and 11 defeats. Their two victories came at Chelsea in January (1-0) and Southampton (2-1) in March.
Julio Cesar was in goal for Inter Milan against Liverpool in the Champions League in 2008 conceding three goals in the tie including two at Anfield.
Since Redknapp took over Rangers have taken 21 points out of a possible 72 with four wins, nine draws and 11 defeats.