The Reds hope for two Premier League wins when they face West Ham tomorrow night.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has the chance to make more Anfield history this weekend.
After leading Liverpool to their first league title in 30 years last season, Klopp has the chance to write even more history tomorrow night.
Klopp watched his team beat Ajax in Amsterdam last week and then scored a 2-0 victory over the Danish team in Anfield on Wednesday night.
The Reds also scored a 2-0 victory in the Champions League against FC Midtjylland this week.
The Klopp team came from behind last weekend and beat Sheffield United thanks to goals from Roberto Firmino and Diogo Jota.
If the Reds don’t lose at Anfield this weekend, they will set an incredible club record.
Goals from Diogo Jota and Mohamed Salah sealed the points – but an injury blow to Fabinho gave the head coach an extra headache in the defence.
One constant in recent seasons, however, has been Liverpool’s home form, which has been nothing short of remarkable since Klopp’s arrival.
This record was set between February 1978 and December 1980 and ensured that the Reds, led by Bob Paisley, remained unbeaten in 63 games.
The Reds are currently undefeated in their last 62 Premier League home games with 51 wins and 11 draws, and if they avoid defeat to the Hammers tomorrow night, they will have the longest unbeaten home run in the club’s league history.
Paisley won three European Cups, six League Championships, three League Cups and one UEFA Cup during his time with the club.
The Liverpool legend won twenty cups in nine seasons at the top of the club’s league and brought players such as Sir Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen, Graeme Souness, Alan Kennedy, Ronnie Whelan, Ian Rush and Mark Lawrenson to Anfield.
And although Jurgen Klopp still has a long way to go before he achieves these successes, he can at least write another piece of his own Anfield history tomorrow night.