The Premier League is upon us once more, with Liverpool to take to the field in league action for the first time in 106 days when they make the trip to Goodison Park.
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