Luis Suarez will be looking to continue his sensational goalscoring form when his Liverpool side take on Sunderland at Anfield, tomorrow.
The Uruguayan forward has already scored 28 gaols and assisted 11 in a remarkable season in which he missed the first five games through suspension.
'El Pistolero' has scored more goals alone than the entire Sunderland team this season, who have managed just 26 goals collectively.
Suarez lies top of both the goal and assists charts and is aiming to break the record of 34 goals in a season, a fete achieved by both Alan Shearer and Andy Cole.
Suarez's fine form began earlier in the season against Sunderland when he netted twice at the Stadium of Light, on what was his first Premier League appearance of the season after returning from a 10-match ban which was carried over from the previous campaign.
The controversial forward is also looking to break another record this season as him and strike-partner Daniel Sturridge look to scoop the award for the most goals scored in a strike partnership.
The prolific pair are aiming to break Andy Cole and Peter Beardsley's record of 55 goals, achieved in the 1993-1994 season. The SAS are currently on 47 combined.
Brendan Rodgers' side have lost just once at home this season (vs Southampton) and are in scintillating form.
Sunderland currently lie three points from safety, but have two games in hand on West Brom and Crystal Palace who sit just above the Black Cats in 16th and 17th respectively.
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