Will Liverpool or Manchester City see in the New Year with three points? Opta delivers their statistical verdict.
"Liverpool have never failed to score in their previous 19 home Premier League games against City."
Over 2.5 goals is 1.684/6.
Liverpool have won their last three Premier League games in a row. The last time they won four consecutively against the Citizens was in 1981 (a run of seven). Liverpool are 2.427/5 to win.
Manchester City's last and only Premier League win at Anfield (D5 L13) came in May 2003, as Nicolas Anelka scored twice against his former club in a 2-1 victory. They're 3.1511/5 to get back to winning ways.
Sergio Aguero has scored four times against Liverpool in the Premier League but none of those goals have been at Anfield. Under 2.5 goals is 2.427/5.
Liverpool have never failed to score in their previous 19 home Premier League games against City. Over 2.5 goals is 1.684/6.
Liverpool ended both 2014 (4-1 v Swansea City) and 2015 (1-0 v Sunderland) with a league win. The draw half-time/Liverpool full-time double result is 6.86/1.
Since failing to score in consecutive Premier League games at the end of March 2016, Man City have only failed to find the net in one of their last 26 matches and scored 58 goals in that time. Both teams to score is 1.564/7.
Claudio Bravo has kept as many clean sheets in his last three Premier League appearances (2) as he did in his first 12. City are 5.04/1 to not concede.
Kelechi Iheanacho (20y 84d) is the third youngest Premier League player to score five goals from the subs bench - the two younger than him are Wayne Rooney (18y 64d) and Jermain Defoe (19y 160d). Iheanacho is 3.39/4 to score.
Daniel Sturridge scored his first Premier League goal of the season in Liverpool's win over Stoke City on December 27th - it was his 21st shot of 2016-17 overall in the competition. Sturridge is 2.915/8 to find the net.
Adam Lallana has been involved in more goals than any other midfielder in the Premier League this season (13 - seven goals, six assists). Lallana is 4.03/1 to score.