Should he claim a third consecutive hat-trick against Norwich on Saturday, Luis Suarez will write his name into the Liverpool history books. For that and 19 other facts, read Ged Rea's pre-match summary.
This will be the 50th league meeting between the teams, with Liverpool winning 26 to Norwich's 11.
In the Barclays Premier League, Liverpool have won seven and drawn two of the 11 meetings between the sides. They are unbeaten in the last seven clashes, winning all but one.
The 11 Premier League meetings between the sides have produced 36 goals.
Liverpool's biggest win over Norwich at Anfield came in February 1979, when they won 6-0 on their way to clinching the league title.
Paul Walsh, in November 1986, scored Liverpool's only Anfield hat-trick against the Canaries in a 6-2 win.
Luis Suarez could make history in this game as no Liverpool player has ever scored three league hat-tricks against the same club.
Luis Suarez has scored five goals in his last four games and his next goal will be his 20th of the season for the Reds.
Liverpool have scored in each of their last 11 games - their best run since September 2009, when they found the net in 23 games in a row.
Daniel Sturridge last weekend became the first Liverpool player since Nigel Clough in August 1993 to score in his each of his opening two games for the club.
Should he find the net again he will be the first player since Ray Kennedy in 1974 to score in his first three Liverpool appearances and only the seventh man ever to achieve the feat for the club.
He has scored in three successive games once before in his career - for Bolton against Wolves, Tottenham and Everton in February 2011.
Stewart Downing could play his 50th league game for Liverpool.
Only three Liverpool players have scored more league goals against the Canaries than Luis Suarez, who has six. Ian Rush hit nine while Kenny Dalglish and David Fairclough each found the net seven times.
Glen Johnson made his professional debut against Norwich in October 2002 while on loan at Millwall from West Ham. His side lost 3-1 at Carrow Road.
The first goal Jordan Henderson scored in his career came against Norwich while he was on loan at Coventry in a 2-1 win in February 2009.
Jonjo Shelvey scored the first goal of his career against the Canaries - for Charlton in the FA Cup in January 2009.
Norwich's biggest win at Anfield came in November 1975, when Colin Suggett, Martin Peters and Ted MacDougall scored in a 3-1 win.
City have won once in their last eight visits to Anfield - the famous 'Kop's Last Stand' game in April 1994 thanks to a single Jeremy Goss goal.
Norwich have won once away in the league this season - beating Swansea 4-3 at the Liberty Stadium after being 3-0 up at half-time.
After not winning any of their first seven league games, Chris Hughton's men then went 10 matches unbeaten with six wins and four draws.