By The Numbers: Wolves (A)

BY THE NUMBERS: Liverpool vs Arsenal (A)

Who: Wolves vs Liverpool

Where: Molineux Stadium (Wolves)

When: Friday, 21st December, 3:00pm ET

Where Can I Watch?, NBC Sports Live

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Liverpool are unbeaten in the Premier League and remain the only team in the English top-flight to have avoided defeat all season. Jürgen Klopp and his men travel to Molineux Stadium on Friday to play an in-form Wolves side. A win would keep Liverpool top of the table with two games left in what has been a busy December schedule.

Be prepared for the game by the numbers:

3: During the last two meetings between the two sides at Molineux Stadium, both games ended in 3-0 in favor of Liverpool.

4: Liverpool now have 14 wins and 3 draws in their last 17 games. This is the fourth-best start in history by an English club. EVER!

6: Liverpool has the fewest goals conceded in the Premier League this season with just 6. Only five times in English top-flight football history has a team conceded just 6 goals in their opening 15 league matches. Liverpool have also not conceded more than one goal in their last 20 Premier League games.

7: After Shaqiri’s two goals on Sunday, Liverpool have scored 7 times from the bench this season, compared to just 3 in the whole of last season. Super subs.

8: In the Premier League, Liverpool and Wolves have met on 8 occasions. Through these games, Liverpool hold a record of 5-1-2 (W,L,D).

10: Liverpool have a total of 10 clean sheets so far this season. This is the most in the Premier League. Chelsea come in second with 8.

12: Every single Liverpool outfield player had a shot on goal for the Reds on Sunday. This includes all substitutes and defenders. Alisson also hit a heavy pass that could be classed..

30: In Liverpool’s last Premier League fixture (Manchester United) Liverpool outshot their opponents by 30.

45: Liverpool currently have 45 points so far this season. This is 21 more than Everton and 19 more than Manchester United.

51: Mohammad Salah has scored 10 goals, has 4 assists and created 37 chances for Liverpool this season. This is the most for any Liverpool player. Salah also leads the Premier League with 10 goals, joint with Arsenal’s Aubameyang.



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