Liverpool are back on Sunday, in what is one of the most highly anticipated fixtures in any season: the Merseyside derby.
Their position 22 points clear at the top of the table comes after a relentless 29-game run that saw points dropped on just two occasions.
But with over three months since the Reds last ran out in a competitive fixture, it is time to take stock of their feats in the Premier League before football came to a standstill in mid-March.
League position: 1st (82 points)
Record (W-D-L): 27-1-1
Gap to second: 22 points
Clean sheets: 12
Most goals: Mohamed Salah (16)
Most assists: Trent Alexander-Arnold (12)
Won 2-1 vs. Bournemouth – March 7, 2020 (Salah, Mane; Wilson)
Last away win
Won 0-1 vs. Norwich – February 15, 2020 (Mane)
Drew 1-1 vs. Man United – October 20, 2019 (Rashford; Lallana)
Lost 3-0 vs. Watford – February 29, 2020 (Sarr x2, Deeney)
Last five results (all competitions)
Last five results (Premier League)
Last clean sheet
Won 1-0 vs. Norwich – February 15, 2020
Last red card
Longest winning streak
18 games: October 27 (Spurs) to February 29 (Watford)
UEFA Super Cup
Club World Cup
Premier League – pending