Liverpool need just one more goal to register 100 in all competitions this season. Check out all the facts and figures ahead of Sunday's clash with Manchester City from club statto Ged Rea.
They are three goals short of recording 200 under Brendan Rodgers. This is his 93rd game in charge.
They are also three goals away from reaching the milestone of 1,400 in the Premier League.
Liverpool have reached 90 league goals in a season for eighth time in their history. The last time they achieved the feat was in 1963-64 as they went on to win the league with 92 goals. That is their record goals total in the top-flight.
The Reds have won 21 of the 25 league matches this season when they have scored the game's opening goal.
Earlier this season City edged a Boxing Day clash 2-1 at the Etihad. Philippe Coutinho opened the scoring for the Reds on 24 minutes but City were ahead before half-time through Vincent Kompany and Alvaro Negredo.
In the Anfield clash last season Liverpool twice led through Martin Skrtel and Luis Suarez but City hit back each time through Yaya Toure and Carlos Tevez. The game was the first in the league for Brendan Rodgers as Reds boss in front of the Kop.
Liverpool have not won in the last five league meetings since recording a 3-0 win at Anfield in April 2011 with Andy Carroll scoring twice and Dirk Kuyt the other. All three goals came before half-time.
The Reds' biggest win against City at Anfield came in October 1995 when they won 6-0 with Ian Rush (2), Robbie Fowler (2), Jamie Redknapp and Neil Ruddock scoring.
The last Liverpool player to score a hat-trick against City was Michael Owen in September 2002 at Maine Road.
Liverpool are unbeaten in the last 14 league games - winning 12 and drawing the other two, taking 38 points out of a possible 42. They have won all of the last nine in the league. The last time they recorded 10 in a row in the top-flight was in 2005 (October-December).
They have recorded 10 league victories in succession only five times in their history. They have won five in a row at Anfield scoring 19 times in the process.
Liverpool are two goals short of recording 50 league goals at Anfield this season - they have not achieved the feat since scoring 56 in 1985-86.
Martin Skrtel has scored twice for Liverpool against City - both at Anfield and both finished 2-2 in 2009 and 2012.
Daniel Sturridge has not scored in his last two games for Liverpool. He has not gone three games in succession without a goal for a year.
Steven Gerrard has scored 11 goals in his last 15 games. His tally of 13 in the league this season has been bettered only once by him - that was the 2008-09 season when he netted 16.
The Reds captain will go joint third on the club's all-time appearance record the next time he plays. It will be his 665th game and will join Ray Clemence and Emlyn Hughes. He will also overtake 'Clem' with a 471st league appearance to go fifth on the club's all time list.
Last Sunday, Gerrard scored his 42nd penalty for the Reds to equal Jan Molby's club record.
The next goal for Luis Suarez see him equal the total of Fernando Torres in a red shirt - 81. Torres took 142 games, this will be the Uruguayan's 129th.
Suarez has scored seven of the Reds' last 39 Premiership goals after netting 19 of the previous 38.
Jon Flanagan made his Liverpool debut against City at Anfield in April 2011.
City have won one of the 16 Premier League meetings at Anfield with 10 defeats, scoring 14 goals in that time. They have not kept a clean sheet in their last 19 visits and only one in the last 33.
Their current five match unbeaten run in the league against Liverpool is their best since 1993. They have never in their history won six in succession.
City have not lost away from home in the league since being beaten 1-0 at Sunderland five months ago. Since then they have won seven and drawn three of 10 games on the road.
They have conceded just two goals in the last six away league games - a run which has included visits to Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal. They have won eight away from home and lost four with the defeats coming at Cardiff, Aston Villa, Chelsea and Sunderland - all in the first six away games of the campaign.
City are unbeaten in the last seven league games since a 1-0 home defeat to Chelsea - that is their only defeat in the last 20 Premier League fixtures.
Yaya Toure has made more league appearances for City this season (30) with Jesus Navas next on the list having played one game fewer. Toure scored his 50th goal for City in the win over Southampton last weekend and has scored five goals in his last four games.
Sergio Aguero has not started in the league for City since their 5-1 win at Tottenham at the end of January. He has found the net in each of his last five league games.
Scorers this season (league in brackets):
Liverpool: Suarez 29 (29), Sturridge 23 (20), Gerrard 14 (13), Sterling 7 (6), Skrtel 6 (6), Henderson 5 (4), Coutinho 4 (4), Moses 2 (1), Agger 1 (1), Aspas 1 (0), Flanagan 1 (1), Sakho 1 (1), own goals 5 (4).
Man City: Aguero 26 (15), Negredo 23 (9), Toure 22 (18), Dzeko 21 (11), Nasri 9 (5), Silva 7 (6), Navas 6 (4), Jovetic 5 (2), Fernandinho 4 (4), Kolarov 4 (1), Kompany 4 (3), Milner 2 (1), Demichelis 1 (1), own goals 4 (4).