Can Liverpool get back to winning ways when Liverpool host Huddersfield? Opta reveals all.
"Liverpool have allowed their opponents to score from 20% of their total shots in the Premier League this season (16 of 79); more than any other team."
Both teams to score is 2.26/5.
This will be the first league meeting between the two teams since a top-flight clash in February 1972 in which Liverpool ran out 1-0 winners, with Jack Whitham netting the winner. Liverpool are 1.251/4 to win.
Huddersfield are winless in all competitions versus Liverpool in 10 matches (D3 L7), a run stretching back to 1960. The draw is 7.26/1.
Liverpool have lost only one of their last 42 Premier League home games against newly-promoted sides, losing 1-2 vs Blackpool in October 2010 (W32 D9 L1) and are unbeaten in each of the last 19. Huddersfield are 15.014/1 to pull off a shock win.
Only three newly promoted sides have previously defeated both Liverpool and Manchester United in the same Premier League season; Bolton Wanderers in 2001-02, Manchester City in 2002-03 and Portsmouth in 2003-04 - Huddersfield could become the first side to do within the same month. Huddersfield are 12.5 in the draw no bet market.
Liverpool have allowed their opponents to score from 20% of their total shots in the Premier League this season (16 of 79); more than any other team. Both teams to score is 2.26/5.
The average xG per shot that Liverpool have afforded their opponents this season is 0.15 (on average these shots should be scored 15% of the time) - this is the highest in the Premier League so far in 2017- 18. Over 2.5 goals is 1.558/15.
Liverpool have conceded 16 goals so far this season; their highest total after nine top-flight games since the 1964-65 campaign (20). Over 3.5 goals is 2.285/4.
Aaron Mooy has had a hand in 10 league goals for Huddersfield in 2017 (four goals, six assists - including play-offs); four more than any other player. Mooy is 10.09/1 to score.
Mohamed Salah has scored five goals in his first nine Premier League appearances for Liverpool, level with Dirk Kuyt (5) and only fewer than Robbie Fowler at this stage of his Liverpool career in the competition (6). Salah is 2.0521/20 to add to his tally.
Simon Mignolet has made more errors leading to opposition goals (13) than any other Premier League player since his debut for Liverpool in August 2013. You can lay Liverpool at 1.261/4.