Jurgen Klopp will surpass the 300-point mark as Liverpool manager faster than any of his predecessors if his side avoid defeat against Southampton on Saturday.
Kenny Dalglish currently holds the record, having amassed that tally in his 150th match in charge back in the 1980s.
This will be Klopp’s 146th game in the Reds dugout, and he already has already points under his belt.
The German has already achieved something special at Anfield is on his way to cementing his place as one of the club greats.
Klopp, though, still has some way to go before matching Dalglish’s winning percentage.
The Scotsman oversaw victories in a staggering 60.1% of his games.
Klopp’s 56.9% places him fourth on the all-time list, behind Dalglish, the club’s first managerial pairing William Edward Barclay and John McKenna (60.6%) and the great Bob Paisley (57.6%).
Another key landmark to look out for this weekend concerns Jordan Henderson.
The midfielder could captain the Reds in the Premier League for the 100th time.
That’s if he’s able to feature after characteristically running himself into the ground for 120 minutes against Chelsea in midweek.