With the help of their SAS strike duo, Liverpool have managed to score 88 goals in 32 matches in the Premier League so far this season, giving them an average of 2.75 goals per game.
They are currently the highest scoring team in the Premier League since the Second World War.
49 out of 88 goals have been scored by the SAS pairing of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge, with the rest coming from other various performers such as Raheem Sterling, Coutinho, and club captain Steven Gerrard. If they manage to keep their average, they will boast one of the strongest attacks in Premier League history.
The statistics below supports the claim as Brendan Rodger’s men will need to continue scoring and winning games with hopes of lifting the Premier League trophy.
However, both Manchester City and Chelsea will be waiting to halt their scoring run when they put Liverpool’s attack to the ultimate test before the end of the campaign.