As Liverpool prepare to face Chelsea at Anfield on Wednesday night, we crunch the numbers ahead of the big game…
- Each of the last seven meetings between Liverpool and Chelsea in all competitions has finished in a draw, including two domestic cup finals in 2022, both subsequently won by the Reds on penalties. It is the longest run of consecutive draws between two top-flight clubs in English football history.
- The Reds have lost just one of their last 11 Premier League games against Chelsea (W4, D6) but are also without a win in six top-flight matches against them (D5, L1).
- Liverpool have won a league-high 19 points from losing positions so far this season, three short of their best in a Premier League campaign, set in 2008-09.
- They are unbeaten in 14 Premier League games, with September’s 2-1 defeat at Tottenham their only loss in their last 32 league matches.
- All of Liverpool’s last nine Premier League goals have been scored in the second half.
- If Liverpool win Jurgen Klopp will record his 200th Premier League win in his 318th match in charge.