Find out which Liverpool record Daniel Sturridge can break if he scores against Oldham on Sunday with our 20 pre-match facts courtesy of club statto Ged Rea.
The Reds have played six cup games against Oldham (four in the FA Cup, two in the League Cup) - winning them all.
The last meeting at Boundary Park came in January 1994, with Liverpool winning 3-0 with goals from Julian Dicks, Robbie Fowler and Jamie Redknapp.
The Reds have won all three cup meetings on this ground - winning 1-0 in 1907 and 2-1 in 1962 (both in the FA Cup) plus the League Cup clash in 1985 when Liverpool won 5-2 with Oldham's two goals coming from ex-Red David Fairclough.
The last time the Reds met Oldham at Boundary Park in the FA Cup was 51 years ago. Ian St John scored both in the 2-1 win.
Liverpool's last defeat here came in May 1993 when they were beaten 3-2 in the Premier League's first season.
The last time they lost on the road at this stage was at Arsenal in 2002 when they were holders.
The Reds have scored in all but three of the last 30 games with Athletic.
They have found the net in 12 consecutive games (scoring 26 goals) since failing to score at Swansea two months ago.
There has not been a draw between the teams in the last 15 meetings in all competitions. The last was a goalless draw in September 1920 in the First Division.
Liverpool have not been beaten away from home by a team at least two divisions below them in the FA Cup since 1959 - when losing to non-league Worcester City.
The last four FA Cup ties involving Liverpool have all finished in the same scoreline: 2-1 (three wins and a defeat). This had never occurred before in Reds history.
The last time Liverpool lost away to a lower-league side was in 2005 when they were defeated 1-0 at Burnley.
Raheem Sterling will become the youngest ever Liverpool player in FA Cup history if he plays. He will be 18 years, 50 days old on the day of the game. The youngest is currently Barry Wilkinson, who appeared against Bolton in 1954 aged 18 years, 207 days.
Daniel Sturridge has scored on his FA Cup debut for Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool. He has now scored nine goals in 12 appearances in the competition.
Sturridge could make history if he finds the target by becoming the first player in Liverpool history to score in each of his opening four games for the club.
Last weekend, Luis Suarez became the first Liverpool player to reach 20 goals in a season before the end of January since Michael Owen in 2001-02.
19 hat-tricks have been scored by Liverpool in the FA Cup, with six being scored away from Anfield. Only Ian Rush at Barnsley in 1985 and John Barnes at Crewe in 1992 have managed the feat on the road in the last 88 years.
Oldham have lost six of their last eight games at Boundary Park including each of the last four. Their last home win came on December 1, when they defeated Doncaster in Round 2.
The Latics have conceded at least two goals in eight of their last nine games and have not kept a clean sheet since early December when they won 2-0 at Colchester.
Latics goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis was a teammate of Andre Wisdom in Liverpool's 2009 FA Youth Cup final team that lost to Arsenal.