10. Liverpool and Crystal Palace have not played out a draw in any of their last eight head to heads. A Double Chance price avoiding the draw is available at 1.21.
9. In fact, both sides have scored in six of their last seven clashes against the other. Both teams to net on Saturday is priced at 1.85.
8. Palace have scored 10 goals in their last five games against Liverpool and are 4.30 to net +1.5 times again this weekend.
7. Liverpool have won just one of their last five games, although at home their record is seven victories from nine. They are 1.44 to win.
6. Steven Gerrard scored his 185th career goal for Liverpool in their 1-1 draw with Chelsea last weekend. Saturday’s match is Gerrard’s final Anfield appearance after a 17-year Reds career and he is 2.55 to score.
5. Gerrard has converted 23% of his shots in the Premier League this season (8/35), six of which have come from his right foot and the other two with his head. The skipper is 5.50 to score at the Kop end.
4. Palace have lost four games on the bounce — their worst run of form since a seven-game losing streak in the autumn of 2013. The Eagles are 7.50 to win.
3. Alan Pardew’s men have scored just once over that period, when Jason Puncheon netted the opener against Manchester United last weekend. It was Puncheon’s fifth goal of the campaign and fourth of 2015. He is 6.30 to net.
2. Liverpool average 15.5 shots per Premier League game — more than any other club bar Manchester City and Arsenal. They are 2.15 to net in both halves.
1. Liverpool’s most productive partnership for goals this season has been Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson, who have combined to create and score six of their 50 league goals. Henderson is 5.00 to score again, while Sterling is priced at 2.65.