Ahead of Liverpool's Premier League meeting with Tottenham Hotspur, check out 14 facts and figures about the game, the history between the sides and more.
The last three league meetings have all ended in stalemate. There has never been four draws in a row.
This will be the clubs’ 50th Premier League meeting – Liverpool have previously won 22 and lost 13.
Home and away, the Reds are unbeaten in the last eight league clashes since losing in the capital in November 2012.
Liverpool’s next goal will be their 50th in the Premier League against Spurs at Anfield.
Games between the sides have seen 138 goals scored in the Premier League – the same as the fixture with Newcastle United. One goal today will set a record in the competition in matches involving the Reds and a single team.
Of the last 23 goals scored in league meetings between the sides, 19 have come from Liverpool.
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Philippe Coutinho made his debut for the club four years ago today, coming off the bench in the Reds’ 2-0 home defeat to West Bromwich Albion.
Liverpool are undefeated in their last six Saturday tea-time league fixtures – winning five. They have beaten Manchester City (twice), Crystal Palace, West Brom and Leicester City, with the draw coming in this match last season.
The Reds have taken 13 points from seven games against the rest of the top six this season. At Anfield they have won one and drawn two, scoring twice, with both goals coming from Georginio Wijnaldum, against Manchester City and Chelsea.
Spurs have won four times in their last 70 league visits to Anfield. They came in 1985, 1986, 1993 and 2011, this after winning two of their first three.
Mauricio Pochettino has won two of his nine clashes with the Reds as a manager in all competitions, drawing three and losing the other four. He has yet to beat Liverpool as Spurs boss in six league and cup meetings.
Spurs’ game with Middlesbrough last weekend was Pochettino’s 100th league match in charge. He has won 52 of those.
Tottenham have lost only twice in the league this season, fewer than any other top-flight team. They both came away from home – at Chelsea (1-2) and Manchester United (0-1).
Spurs have yet to lose any game this season by more than a one-goal margin. They have been beaten six times in 34 league and cup fixtures, including at Anfield in the League Cup.