Liverpool's unrelenting Premier League title pursuit continues this weekend with a trip to Watford.

Jurgen Klopp has masterminded a dominating campaign this term which has seen his side move 22 points clear at the top of the table.

Victory at Vicarage Road this weekend will, therefore, see the European champions move 25 points in front of the chasing pack.

The Reds also know three points will see them move to within nine of claiming their first top-flight trophy in 30 years.

The world champions face a struggling Hornets side who are winless in their last eight meetings with Liverpool and currently sitting 19th in the table.

Sadio Mane has also scored or assisted in all six of his league matches against Nigel Pearson's side, scoring five and assisting four, while Mohamed Salah has scored eight times in his five Premier League matches against Watford so both will no doubt take some stopping by the home defence.

At the other end of the field the Hornets have only scored 24 goals in 26 league matches this term while Troy Deeney is their top scorer, having found the back of the net five times.

All of the striker's goals came in a seven-game spell between December and January so with all things considered it's fair to say the relegation-battlers are grasping for goals this season.

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What must be said, however, is that every goal they have recorded during the campaign so far has been scored from inside the penalty area and clearly Watford's main threat comes within close-quarters so Liverpool will need to be aware, particularly where set-pieces are concerned.

In Premier League history, there has been just two occasions of a team scoring 100% of their total goals from inside the area, with Middlesbrough (35) and Man City (33) both doing so in the 1995/96 season.