MatchReal Madrid v Liverpool: Nine interesting stats ahead of Champions League tie
Read a statistical preview of Liverpool's Champions League fixture away at Real Madrid.
Liverpool could become the first English team to beat Real twice in the Spanish capital – Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea have also won at Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.
The Reds have played 21 times on this date down the years and have never lost – winning 13, including each of the last five.
If Mohamed Salah scores he will surpass Didier Drogba as the African player with the most goals in the Champions League. They both currently have 44.
Salah is now the club's all-time top goalscorer in Europe with 42.
Jürgen Klopp's men have gone on to win 16 of the 18 games this season when they have netted the opening goal.
In the first leg, Stefan Bajcetic became the youngest player (aged 18 years and 122 days) to start a Champions League match for Liverpool.
The Reds have won eight of the last nine fixtures at an opponents' ground in Europe.
Klopp's side have scored in all seven of their Champions League fixtures this season.
Fabinho played 14 minutes in his only appearance for Real, as a substitute in a 6-2 victory against Malaga in May 2013 while on loan.