Opta Stats: Liverpool v QPR

Can Brendan Rodgers' end Liverpool's season with a bang?

Liverpool will be looking to end the season on a high, when relegated whipping boys QPR arrive at Anfield. Opta have all the stats.

"Liverpool have kept a clean sheet in 10 of their last 15 Premier League home matches. They are 11/102.08 to stop QPR from scoring."

QPR have won just one point from their previous five trips to Anfield in the Premier League (L4 D1). A Liverpool win is 1/41.26.

The Reds have scored in all 11 of their previous Premier League games against QPR. Liverpool are 2/91.22 to score the first goal.

Liverpool have kept a clean sheet in 10 of their last 15 Premier League home matches. They are 11/102.08 to stop QPR from scoring.

QPR have collected just two points from their last eight Premier League matches (D2 L6). The draw is out at 6/17.2, with a QPR win a distant 13/114.0.

The Hoops have scored only one goal in their last 455 minutes of Premier League football, and this solitary goal came from the penalty spot (Loic Remy v Newcastle). Liverpool are 11/102.1 to win to nil.

Since he made his Premier League debut in Feb 2011, Liverpool have won a higher proportion of PL games without Luis Suarez (58%) than with him (39%). Liverpool are 8/111.75 to win half-time/full-time.

Daniel Sturridge has scored more goals (10) in his first 13 Premier League appearances for the club than any other Liverpool player. Sturridge is 5/81.62 to find the net.

No side has scored as many Premier League goals in 2013 as Liverpool (39). Over 3.5 goals is priced at 11/102.1.

QPR have currently won just four games in the Premier League this season. Only Derby County (one in 2007-08) and Sunderland (three in 2005-06) have won fewer in a single PL campaign. Three points off Reading, QPR are 1/251.04 to finish rock bottom.

Since he made his debut on February 11th, no player has assisted more goals than Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho (5) in the Premier League. Coutinho is 11/82.38 to score one himself on Sunday.
 

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