How have the Reds fared on previous trips to Italy? And what do they need to do to qualify from Europa League Group A? Find out these answers and more with our fascinating facts ahead of the Europa League tie with Udinese.
Liverpool will qualify for the knockout phase if they win this game. They will also progress if they and Young Boys both draw. However, if both teams lose Young Boys will go through at Liverpool's expense.
If Liverpool beat Udinese and Anzhi Makhachkala lose to Young Boys, the Reds will top the group.
The Reds have won only twice in nine visits to Italy as the away team - beating Roma 2-0 in 2001 and Inter Milan by a single goal in 2008. They are the only occasions Liverpool have managed to score in those matches, having won just once in their last five games in Italy.
Michael Owen (twice) and Fernando Torres are the only Liverpool players to have scored in away fixtures in Italy.
Steven Gerrard is one goal away from equalling Michael Owen's club record of 12 goals in the competition. He made his European debut for the Reds 14 years ago this week in a 1-0 home defeat by Celta Vigo in the UEFA Cup.
Stewart Downing has featured in all nine matches in Europe this season - the only Reds player to do so.
Jonjo Shelvey has scored four Europa League goals this season - only Edinson Cavani (Napoli) with five and Young Boys' Raul Bobadilla (four) have scored more.
Jamie Carragher could make his 148th European appearance for Liverpool.
Luis Suarez has played five times for Liverpool in Europe - but never away from Anfield.
The Reds have lost just two of their last 11 away games in Europe - at Braga in March 2011 and to Anzhi on Matchday 4.
This is the 11th time Liverpool have played in the group stages of a European competition - they have progressed eight times of the previous 10.
34 goals have been scored in the 10 games so far in Group A, along with Group I the most seen in any of the 12 groups.
After taking four points from their opening two group fixtures, Udinese have since suffered three straight defeats to end their hopes of reaching the last 32.
Their victory at Anfield earlier in the group was their first in England in European competition.
They have lost twice at home this season in 10 games in league and cup. Juventus beat them 4-1 in September while Young Boys won 3-2 on Matchday 4.
Udinese have kept one clean sheet in their last 13 games in all competitions.
They have conceded at least two goals in eight of their last 10 games and in those matches have let in a total of 21 goals.
Of all the teams who lie bottom of their respective groups, Udinese (with seven) have scored the most goals.
They have conceded 11 goals in their five group games so far. Only two teams from all 12 groups have let in more - Rapid Vienna (14) and Young Boys (12).