Opta Stats: Liverpool v QPR

19May 2013

England - Premier League

 

Liverpool will be looking to end the season on a high, when relegated whipping boys QPR arrive at Anfield. Opta have all the stats.

 

QPR have won just one point from their previous five trips to Anfield in the Premier League (L4 D1). A Liverpool win is 1.26.

 

The Reds have scored in all 11 of their previous Premier League games against QPR. Liverpool are 1.22 to score the first goal.

 

Liverpool have kept a clean sheet in 10 of their last 15 Premier League home matches. They are 2.08 to stop QPR from scoring.

 

QPR have collected just two points from their last eight Premier League matches (D2 L6). The draw is out at 7.2, with a QPR win a distant 14.0.

 

The Hoops have scored only one goal in their last 455 minutes of Premier League football, and this solitary goal came from the penalty spot (Loic Remy v Newcastle). Liverpool are 2.1 to win to nil.

 

Since he made his Premier League debut in Feb 2011, Liverpool have won a higher proportion of PL games without Luis Suarez (58%) than with him (39%). Liverpool are 1.75 to win half-time/full-time.

 

Daniel Sturridge has scored more goals (10) in his first 13 Premier League appearances for the club than any other Liverpool player. Sturridge is 1.62 to find the net.

 

No side has scored as many Premier League goals in 2013 as Liverpool (39). Over 3.5 goals is priced at 2.1.

 

QPR have currently won just four games in the Premier League this season. Only Derby County (one in 2007-08) and Sunderland (three in 2005-06) have won fewer in a single PL campaign. Three points off Reading, QPR are 1.04 to finish rock bottom.

 

Since he made his debut on February 11th, no player has assisted more goals than Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho (5) in the Premier League. Coutinho is 2.38 to score one himself on Sunday.

 

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