Klopp on verge of setting new record: stats
Dominic Raynor and club statistician Ged Rea provide an in-depth statistical preview of the clash vs United.
The Reds are currently on a 17-game unbeaten streak in the Premier League - matching the landmark set by Rafael Benitez's side in 2008. A positive result against the Red Devils would extend that run to a record-breaking 18 matches, which includes every top-flight fixture this season plus the final one of last term.
Here are ten more interesting stats:
"A victory on Sunday would see Liverpool record six league wins in a row for the second time this season.
"The Reds' tally of 42 points after 16 games is the fourth-best start to a campaign in top-flight history, behind Manchester City (46 points in 2017-18), Tottenham Hotspur (46 in 1960-61) and Chelsea (43 in 2005-06).
"They have kept 11 clean sheets in the last 12 home league games - with only Cardiff City's Callum Paterson scoring since conceding to West Ham United on February 24.
"Liverpool have failed to score in only seven of 60 home league games under Klopp; United are responsible for three of those shutouts.
"If this match finishes 0-0, it will be only the second time in history that the Reds have played out goalless draws at Anfield against the same team in three successive league campaigns. The previous instance was against Tottenham from 1969 to 1971.
"The last time the Reds put more than one goal past United at Anfield in the league was the day Dirk Kuyt netted a hat-trick in a 3-1 win in March 2011.
"Liverpool's current run of 28 home league games unbeaten (19 wins and nine draws) is their seventh-longest sequence of all-time and their best for nine years.
"Since taking over at Anfield, Klopp has beaten 25 of the 26 teams he has faced in the Premier League. The exception is United.
"Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker set a new club Premier League record by remaining unbeaten in his first 16 appearances for the Reds, overtaking the previous landmark set by Javier Mascherano in 2007.
"Ten Liverpool substitutes have scored against United in all competitions down the years. Only against Stoke City (13) and Fulham (11) have they found the net more times."
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