By The Numbers: Man U (H)
Who: Liverpool vs Manchester United
Where: Anfield Stadium
When: Sunday, 19th January, 11:30am ET
Where Can I Watch? http://NBCSports.com, NBC Sports Live, NBCSN (TV/Cable/Satellite), LFCTV GO (Radio/Audio Stream)
Liverpool will look to maintain their lead at the top of the Premier League table this weekend as they take on Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday. Be prepared for the game by the numbers:
1: Manchester United is the only time this season that we have “dropped points” to, drawing 1-1 at Old Trafford in October 2019.
2: Liverpool defender Neil Ruddock once broke both of United forward Andy Cole’s legs in a reserve match. Razor.
3: Liverpool trio Fabinho, Matip and Dejan Lovren are set to return in time for the game this Sunday. BOOST.
3: Paul Ince, Peter Beardsley and Michael Owen have all played for both Liverpool and Manchester United. Beardsley scored 46 for Liverpool and 0 for United and Owen scored 118 goals for Liverpool and just 5 for United. Paul Ince did score 9 more goals for United than during his time at Liverpool, but played 141 more games.
11: Liverpool have won all 11 of their home fixtures at Anfield this season, and are on course to become the first side in Premier League history to win 19 consecutive (carried over from 18/19).
14: Liverpool have conceded just 14 goals this season, the fewest in the Premier League.
20: Liverpool have won 20 of their opening 21 fixtures in the Premier League this season.
35: The cities of Liverpool and Manchester are both located in the North West of England, and are roughly 35 miles (56km) apart.
38: Liverpool are currently unbeaten in 38 Premier League games.
61: With Saturdays win over Tottenham, Liverpool reached 61 points. This is a Premier League record after just 21 matches.
100: Manchester United Legend Sir Matt Busby made 100 appearances for Liverpool.