Mohamed Salah can become the first Liverpool player in history to score against Manchester City in four games in the same season.

The Egyptian has been on the scoresheet in all three of the Reds' meetings with Pep Guardiola's side so far in 2022-23 – netting in the FA Community Shield, Premier League and Carabao Cup.  

During his time at Anfield, Salah has 10 goals versus Saturday's opponents, with only Gordon Hodgson (11), Sir Kenny Dalglish (11) and Ian Rush (15) scoring more for the club.

Read on for more facts and figures ahead of the 12.30pm BST kick-off...

Liverpool's next away win will be their 250th in the Premier League.

Never before have the teams drawn three consecutive league games in Manchester.

There has only been one 0-0 draw in the last 34 meetings between the clubs in all competitions – October 2018 at Anfield.

Jürgen Klopp has beaten Guardiola 12 times as a manager during his career and lost 10. Klopp has faced the Spaniard more times than he has any other manager.

Jordan Henderson, with 27, has made more appearances for Liverpool against Man City than any player in the club's history.

The Reds have gone on to win all 10 Premier League games this season when scoring the first goal, and have not lost any of the last 43 in the top flight when doing so.

Michael Owen, in September 2002 at Maine Road, is the only Liverpool player in history to net a hat-trick away at City.