Ahead of Liverpool’s Premier League clash with West Bromwich Albion on Sunday, check out 11 interesting facts and figures about the game from club statistician Ged Rea.
Liverpool are three goals short of recording 200 league strikes against the Baggies.
There has been only one goalless draw between the sides at The Hawthorns since 1968 – that came in April 2015.
The Reds have an excellent record on this ground, winning nine of the last 14 fixtures – scoring 30 and conceding nine.
Dejan Lovren played his first game in English football at The Hawthorns in August 2013. Southampton won 1-0.
Philippe Coutinho made his Liverpool debut against the Baggies in February 2013 as a substitute at Anfield in a 2-0 defeat.
His goal last weekend at Stoke City saw the No.10 become the highest-scoring Brazilian in Premier League history, overtaking Juninho’s total of 29.
The strike was Coutinho’s 15th away from home in the top flight. Only three overseas players have netted more for the club on the road in the Premier League era – Luis Suarez (34), Dirk Kuyt (21) and Fernando Torres (20).
He has now scored in each of Liverpool’s last three games, but has never done so in four in succession.
Lucas Leiva’s next appearance will see him join Martin Skrtel in sixth place on the club’s all-time Premier League appearance list. His next game will be his 242nd.
The Baggies have won five of their last seven league games at The Hawthorns but have been defeated five times on home soil in the top flight this season – going down to Everton, Manchester City, Manchester United, Crystal Palace and Southampton.
Tony Pulis has contested 17 games with Liverpool during a career in charge of West Brom, Stoke and Palace, winning three and losing five with nine draws. He has never lost a home league game to the Reds in his managerial career – three wins and five draws in eight matches.