Liverpool will look to equal two significant club records, and break another, when they travel to Burnley on Saturday evening.
The headline statistic is that Liverpool head into the game on the back of 12 consecutive Premier League wins, their longest-ever streak in the competition, and can extend that record to any form of league football by making it number 13.
But they can also tie their best-ever PL unbeaten run, which currently stands at 21 games.
That would put them only three short of Manchester United’s 24-match invincible spell in 2010/11, the third longest in PL history.
Elsewhere, Klopp’s men are eyeing a sixth consecutive away victory in the top tier, which would again match the club’s best tally.
These are some daunting numbers if you’re a Burnley fan, but they can at least take heart from their tendency to make life difficult for the Reds.
They’ve scored in all of our meetings since Klopp took over, and we had to dig fairly deep for both victories last season.