After six Premier League games played, four wins and two defeats see Liverpool lie in 3rd position in the table (due to goal difference) three points behind Manchester United and six points behind Chelsea.
The Reds have scored 50 goals in their last 17 Premier league games and in that run no team has stopped them finding the net.
Liverpool’s Premier League Table Position
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The 2009/10 Games so Far…
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Premier League Appearances in Minutes
Rafa has featured twenty different players in our Premier League campaign so far this season. Only three players (Reina, Carragher and Insua) have played every minute of the Premiership so far….
The table below looks at the Reds Premier League Appearances in Minutes. This table includes Premier League games only… (Our European game with Debreceven and our upcoming League Cup game against Leeds will not be included in the table below)
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2009/10 Disciplinary Records
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Liverpools 2009/10 Season Top Goalscorers
Fernando Torres currently leads our goalscoring charts after finding the net against Stoke, Villa, Bolton and his brace at West Ham…
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- Liverpool have recorded an average of 2.67 goals per match in the Premier League this season.
- Rafa’s defence, although conceding nine goals already have kept two clean sheets.
- Liverpool have already scored 16 goals, only Arsenal have scored more with 17 goals. The Reds have scored 50 goals in their last 17 Premier league games and in that run no team has stopped them finding the net
- If Jamie Carragher features in our upcoming Premier League game with Hull City next weekend, Carra will have featured in 405 League games which will see him rise above legendary forward Roger Hunt to twelfth place in the club’s all-time League appearance ranking…
Last season we collected an impressive 86 points, we recorded a club record 13 away wins, and to top it all, we scored the most goals in the League last season scoring 77 unforgettable goals…
Can Liverpool improve on last seasons 86 points and our 77 Premier League goal record set last season…?