Mohamed Salah could set a Liverpool record against Manchester United on Sunday, while Jordan Henderson and Virgil van Dijk are on the cusp of appearance milestones.

If he finds the net at Anfield, Salah will become the first player in club history to score against United in a fifth consecutive league game.

The only other player to do so in four consecutive matches is Dick Forshaw between 1925 and 1927.

Salah has also recorded more goals for the Reds versus United than any other player in LFC history; he has 10 in his 11 appearances to date, including seven in the last five.

Read on for more facts and figures ahead of the Premier League encounter…

This will be the 211th meeting between Liverpool and United in all competitions and is the 180th league contest.

In the last six clashes at Anfield, the Reds have won three and drawn three, scoring nine times and conceding only once.

Liverpool are two goals short of recording 450 at Anfield under Jürgen Klopp in all competitions.

Henderson could make his 400th start for the club in all competitions.

Klopp has never lost back-to-back league games against United.

Trent Alexander-Arnold made his first Premier League start against United at Old Trafford in January 2017.

Van Dijk could play his 150th league game for Liverpool.

The No.4 has now scored in 17 Reds matches and each has ended in victory for his side.

Salah is one goal away from equalling Robbie Fowler's club-record goal total in the Premier League. Fowler netted 128 times in the division, with Salah moving onto 127 in midweek.

In Wednesday's win over Wolverhampton Wanderers, Roberto Firmino broke Lucas Leiva's club record of most league matches played for Liverpool by a South American with his 248th.