Jürgen Klopp is one win away from bringing up 100 league victories at Anfield as Liverpool manager.

Tom Watson, Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley are the only other custodians to reach that milestone in the club's history. 

Klopp can produce the century when Arsenal visit L4 in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon – read on for more facts and figures ahead of the 4.30pm BST kick-off... 

There have been 180 goals scored in Premier League encounters between the clubs, the most of any fixture in the competition.

There has only been one goalless draw in the last 45 league clashes – that came in 2015 at Emirates Stadium.

Only Robbie Fowler (12) has scored more Liverpool goals against Arsenal in all competitions than Roberto Firmino (10).

Firmino has scored 10 goals in 14 league appearances, and no Red has scored more against the Gunners in league history.

Diogo Jota has scored seven goals versus Arsenal – the most he has scored against any team in a Liverpool shirt, averaging a goal every 73 minutes.

In the last nine Anfield fixtures with Arsenal, the Reds have scored at least three goals in eight of them, scoring twice in the other.

In his 14 previous league games versus Arsenal, Klopp has registered nine wins, three draws and only two defeats.

Nine of the 10 hat-tricks Liverpool have scored against the Gunners have come at Anfield.