Liverpool face Brighton on Saturday having won 19 of the 31 meetings between the sides. Here are the best of the stats and facts ahead of kick-off.
An opponent we love
The Reds have won all four games played at the Amex, three in the League and one in the League Cup.
In the 31 total meetings between the sides, Liverpool have failed to score only three times.
The six Premier league clashes have seen Liverpool win them all – scoring 16 and conceding three.
Milestones and memories
Alisson could play his 100th game for Liverpool in all competitions.
Jordan Henderson’s last Liverpool goal came in the win on this ground last July.
Liverpool’s next goal will be their 250th away from home on an opponent’s ground in all competitions under Jurgen Klopp. This will be his 136th such game.
Form and fortune
Avoid defeat today and Liverpool will go back to the top of the table.
They are one of six teams to have led the division overnight this season.
Not since early in 2017 (January – March) have the Reds gone winless in four on the road in the top flight, which was ultimately a sequence of five.
In all games played at 12:30pm under Klopp the Reds have lost four of 21 while they have won six and lost two of the 13 played away from home.
They have not won in eight home league games since coming from behind to defeat Arsenal 2-1 in June with Lewis Dunk and Neal Maupay scoring in the last 15 minutes.
Brighton have kept two clean sheets at the AMEX in the league this calendar year.
The victory at Aston Villa last weekend was their second of the season in the top flight and they have won five of the last 27 in the Premier League.
Adam Lallana scored 22 goals in 178 games in all competitions for Liverpool before his summer move to Brighton. 18 of those goals came in 128 league appearances.
Scorers this season
Liverpool: Salah 10, Jota 8, Mane 5, Minamino 3, Jones 2, Grujic 1, Firmino 2, Origi 1, Robertson 1, Shaqiri 1, Van Dijk 1, own goals 2.
Brighton: Maupay 4, MacAllister 3, Jahanbakhsh 2, March 2, Bernardo 1, Bissouma 1, Connolly 1, Gyokeres 1, Lamptey 1, Trossard 1, Welbeck 1, own goals 1.