Liverpool are unbeaten in their first 13 Premier League games so far this season and we've priced them up at 6/4 to go the whole season without suffering a defeat at Anfield.
What’s the toughest ground in England to go to?
The obvious answer feels like the Etihad - home of the near-permanent champions of England - but the answer might be Anfield.
Excluding their injury-ravaged 2020/21 season when absolutely everything went wrong for Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool have lost just once at home since the 2016/17 season, when their back five was Simon Mignolet, Nathaniel Clyne, Joel Matip, Dejan Lovren and James Milner.
While Liverpool struggled with injuries again last term, Leeds were the only team to record a win at Anfield with a late Crysencio Summerville goal securing the three points for the visitors.
There were a handful of draws, but Liverpool also beat Bournemouth 9-0, Newcastle 2-1, Manchester City 1-0, Tottenham 4-3 and Manchester United 7-0.
While the Merseysiders don’t quite have that formidability of Manchester City, there’s almost a simplicity about how they go about their business at Anfield.
With their away form being decidedly indifferent, Liverpool will need to continue to make full use of their home fixtures if they are to maintain their title challenge, and we're 6/4 that they can go a full season unbeaten at home for the fifth time in seven seasons.
The Reds began their campaign with routine home wins against Bournemouth, Aston Villa, West Ham, Everton, Nottingham Forest and Brentford before overcoming a thrilling encounter with Fulham. A goal behind with just three minutes of normal time on the clock, late goals from Wataru Endo and Trent Alexander-Arnold secured a dramatic 4-3 victory.
The assignments have continued to get trickier and frustrating draws at home to Manchester United and Arsenal followed, before Klopp's men rediscovered their groove with a quintet of league successes.
Victories over Newcastle, Fulham, Chelsea and Burnley helped the side re-establish their position at the summit of the table, and whilst Luton gave them a scare on Wednesday night, they managed to come from behind to record an emphatic 4-1 win to move four points clear.
It appears as though only Manchester City - who they play host to in a huge showdown on Sunday 10th March - could stop their Anfield run!