Mohamed Salah can emulate a feat last achieved for Liverpool by Roger Hunt by scoring against Aston Villa on Saturday.
The No.11 is one goal away from totalling 20 in the league for the third consecutive season; Hunt, in 1965-66, was the last man to do so for the Reds.
It would also make it the fifth campaign out of six with the club that Salah has hit 20 goals in the league. In the other season he netted 19.
Read on for more interesting facts and figures ahead of Villa’s visit to Anfield in the Premier League…
Liverpool have scored more league goals (337) and recorded more league wins (93) against Villa than they have versus any other team in their history.
The Reds have won each of the last four league meetings at Anfield. They last achieved five on the spin in front of the Kop in 1997.
Jürgen Klopp’s men need two goals to reach 100 in all competitions this season.
Fabinho could play his 150th league game for Liverpool.
The Reds’ last four Anfield outings have seen them win by a one-goal margin: 3-2, 4-3, 1-0, 1-0. The last time they extended that to a sequence of five in succession came in April 1974 (during a run of seven in a row).
James Milner played 126 times for Villa in all competitions across a spell from 2008 to 2010 and a period on loan with the club in 2005-06. He scored 22 goals.
Liverpool’s final home league game of a season has been won six times under Klopp, with an aggregate score of 19-4. The other in 2016 against Chelsea ended in a 1-1 draw.
With a total of 353, Roberto Firmino has played more games for the club under Klopp than any other player. Next on the list is Milner (321).
There has been only one 0-0 draw at Anfield in the last 36 league clashes between the sides – that came in March 2000.
Villa have lost only two of their last 13 league games, with the defeats coming in their previous two away fixtures, 1-0 to Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers. They have conceded just six goals during that sequence.
Two players have featured in every one of the visitors’ Premier League games this season – Ezri Konsa and Emiliano Buendia.