Liverpool vs Chelsea Statistic

Liverpool vs Chelsea Statistic - Luis Suarez is chasing a record that has Fernando Torres at Anfield. A personal mission also carried Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard.

Following a number of interesting note ahead of the meeting of Liverpool and Chelsea this evening, Sunday (21/4/2013), in advanced League United Kingdom at Anfield Stadium, as quoted from BBC Sport:
Liverpool vs chelsea highlights
Liverpool vs chelsea


-Liverpool only lost twice in his last 12 meetings against Chelsea, and unbeaten in five games (W4, D1).

-At the last meeting at Anfield last season, Liverpool won by a score of 4-1. The victory at once for their defeat of Chelsea in the FA Cup final three days earlier, and muumuus hope The Blues to finish the big four in the League.

-The two clubs have met 33 times in various competitions in eight seasons. During the time that Chelsea won 13 times, Liverpool 12 times.


-In his last two games for Liverpool always plays 0-0 (against West Ham and Reading). It was the first time they play glasses twice in a row since December 2008. Never before Liverpool play 0-0 in the Premier League three times consecutively.

In his last seven games — from Liverpool scooped up 14 points: four wins, two draws, one loss. Compared to the same period in last season's statistics were better: four points and 18 goals.

-Liverpool's clean sheet in 13 times this season. Only Manchester City which has exceeded them.

-Luis Suarez only need one goal to become the first Liverpool player to pack the 30 goals in a season in all competitions, since Fernando Torres in the 2007/2008 season.

-Steven Gerrard lacking two goals again to fulfill the his goal collection in the Premier League to be 100.


-When it beat Fulham 3-0 Central last week, Chelsea ended the record of three defeats away to back-to-back championships.

-His manager Rafael Benitez, currently, coached Liverpool for six years, and won the Champions League, FA Cup and League Cup.

-Fernando Torres 14 goals from 75 to carve out a League game with Chelsea. While at Liverpool he had 50 goals in the League in only 72 matches, and it's a record on The Reds. A Total of 122 matches with Chelsea in all competitions, he recently produced 32 goals. At Liverpool, he amassed 81 goals in 142 games.

-Frank Lampard had played 660 times for Chelsea against Fulham last weekend. He still was two goals from a record 204 touchdowns that made the legendary players of The Blues, Bobby Tambling.

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