Lucas Leiva could make his 200th Liverpool appearance against West Brom on Monday.
The 26-year-old would become only the 103rd player to reach two centuries for the Reds.
Those who have passed the milestone in recent memory include Martin Skrtel, Dirk Kuyt and Xabi Alonso.
Meanwhile, Glen Johnson could play his 100th league game for Liverpool.
Here are some other interesting stats about Monday's game at Anfield courtesy of club statistician Ged Rea:
In the Premier League the clubs have met 13 times, with the Reds winning 10 and losing three. All 10 victories have been earned without conceding a single goal. There has never been a Premier League draw between the sides.
Liverpool have lost only four of the last 36 league meetings home and away with three of those coming in the last five clashes.
The teams met on the opening day of the season (it was Brendan Rodgers' first league game in charge of the Reds) with the Baggies winning 3-0. Zoltan Gera, Peter Odemwingie (pen) and Romelu Lukaku found the net. Daniel Agger was sent off for the first time in his Liverpool career on 58 minutes for a professional foul.
The sides also met in the League Cup in September with Liverpool winning 2-1 at the Hawthorns. Gabriel Tamas gave the hosts a third-minute lead but Nuri Sahin replied with his first goals for the club on 17 and 82 minutes.
Rodgers led his Swansea side to a league double over West Brom last season.
Liverpool's biggest ever league win over the Baggies came in April 2003 when they won 6-0 at the Hawthorns.
Michael Owen's four-goal haul in that game is the last hat-trick scored by a Liverpool player against the Baggies.
A win on Monday would see the Reds better their home league wins total for the whole of last season (six in 2011-12).
Luis Suarez has now scored four goals in his last three Anfield games. Home and away he has scored seven goals in his last eight games and nine in the last 10 in all competitions.
It is more than 10 years since Liverpool last drew three successive league games 2-2 (September 2002).
Twelve different Liverpool players have scored for the club in the last 12 games.
Since losing at home to Aston Villa in December, the Reds have won their three home games 4-0, 3-0 and 5-0.
Last season Albion gained their first Premier League victory at Anfield with Odemwingie's 75th minute goal giving his team their first league win on the ground for exactly 45 years to the day.
The last time Liverpool failed to score against West Brom for a second successive league game at Anfield was in 1920-21.
The last time Steve Clarke was involved in a game at Anfield Liverpool beat his old club Chelsea 4-1 back in May.
The Baggies are looking for their first league double over the Reds since 1966-67.
They have not won in the league since Boxing Day when they won 2-1 at QPR.