Mohamed Salah needs just one goal to climb Liverpool's all-time top goalscorers list.

The Egyptian's tally for the Reds currently stands at 182 in all competitions and he'll move level with Robbie Fowler in sixth spot the next time he gets on the scoresheet.

In terms of league goals, Salah needs to net twice to match Harry Chambers' total of 135, which is the fifth-highest in the club's history. 

Read on for more facts and figures ahead of Liverpool's Premier League meeting with Nottingham Forest on Saturday...

A win this weekend will see Jürgen Klopp reach the milestone of 100 league victories at Anfield as Reds manager.

Only Tom Watson (in 166 games), Bill Shankly (139) and Bob Paisley (131) have achieved the feat above. This will be Klopp's 144th league fixture in L4.

The Reds have scored six or more goals in three league games this season to achieve the feat for the first time since 1963-64 when they netted half-a-dozen times in four matches. 

Klopp's side have failed to score at Anfield in the Premier League only once since March 2021.

Roberto Firmino has come off the bench and scored in each of Liverpool's last two home games. He has 15 goals as a substitute for the Reds and only David Fairclough has ever scored more (18).

The teams last met at Anfield in October 1998 when Liverpool won 5-1 in the league with Michael Owen scoring four times.

The Reds are unbeaten in the last 26 meetings at Anfield in all competitions – a run dating back to 1969.

James Milner could make the 850th appearance of his club career.