Liverpool are finding Crystal Palace rather more accommodating in recent times than usual.
The Reds have now hammered 16 goals without reply in their last four meetings with the Eagles after extending their unbeaten start to the season with a 3-0 Premier League triumph at Anfield on Saturday.
But don't be fooled - it was by no means comfortable as the visitors provided sufficient danger to keep a much-changed Liverpool side on their toes.
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Behind him, the irrepressible Mohamed Salah, who scored one goal and had a hand in the other two, scored 8 along with Thiago Alcantara.
At the other end of the scale, though, was Diogo Jota, whose dreadful miss from four yards summed up one of those days for the Portuguese.
And Liverpool supporters were largely in agreement, although they voted Salah best ahead of Alisson.
Liverpool fan ratings v Crystal Palace
Mohamed Salah - 8.7
The Egyptian King
Alisson Becker - 8.5
Sadio Mane - 8.2
Virgil van Dijk - 7.8
Dutch of class
Naby Keita - 7.7
James Milner - 7.7
Jordan Henderson - 7.5
Kostas Tsimikas - 7.5
Cornered the opposition
Fabinho - 7.5
Ibrahima Konate - 7.2
Curtis Jones - 6.7
Diogo Jota - 6.2
Let's forget that miss ever happened
What everyone else said
Of course, other ratings are available. And the national media were in agreement over who to praise.
The Times ranked Mane, Salah and Van Dijk best on 8 while Milner, Tsimikas, Henderson, Thiago and Jota all had the lowest total with 6.
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The Independent loved Salah, scoring him 8. But they weren't impressed with many of Liverpool's players, with Milner, Henderson, Thiago and Jota only notching 6.
Meanwhile, Sky Sports put Salah top on 8 but Milner and Konate scored only 6 and Jota 5.
Finally, the number-crunchers at WhoScored.com calculated Salah was best with 8.36 ahead of Tsimikas on 8.1.