Hull City v Liverpool
Liverpool make their first ever visit to the KC Stadium on Saturday when the Reds take on Hull City.
The Tigers claimed a point in the fixture at Anfield earlier this season as the two teams played out an enthralling 2-2 draw.
Liverpool's last visit to Hull came in a League Cup second round tie at Boothferry Park in September 1999.
The game was notable for Erik Meijer's first and last goals in a Red jersey as the big Dutchman claimed a brace in a 5-1 victory for Gerard Houllier's side.
This is Liverpool's first visit to the Kingston Communications Stadium.
Their last visit to the city saw them win 5-1 at Boothferry Park in a League Cup tie in September 1999.
The last league meeting in Hull came in January 1960 when a first half Jimmy Melia goal gave the Reds a 1-0 win.
Earlier this season Hull came to Anfield and drew 2-2. They were two up inside 22 minutes thanks to Paul McShane and a Jamie Carragher own goal. Within ten minutes the scores were level thanks to two Steven Gerrard strikes.
Liverpool have never lost to Hull in any of the 13 meetings in all competitions with the Reds winning ten.
Only one Liverpool player has ever scored a hat-trick against the Tigers. Ian Callaghan scored all the Reds goals in a 3-1 League Cup Replay at Anfield in December 1973 with the game being played on a weekday afternoon to conserve power.
Liverpool have won 10 times on the road in the league this season. Only Chelsea with 11 have won more.
One more point will give the Reds their highest number won in a season under Rafa Benitez away from home. In 2005-06 they won 10 and drew four as they have done so far this campaign.
Hull have not won at home in the last eight games picking up just three points in that time.
However, on their travels they have won at Arsenal, drawn at Chelsea and Liverpool and though losing at Manchester United still scored three times.