Liverpool 1-0 QPR Highlights
Jamie Carragher’s farewell Liverpool appearance before retirement ended with a comfortable win over relegated QPR.
Date: Sunday, 19 May, 2013
Kick off: 16:00 GMT
1-0 Coutinho 23′
Luis Suarez scored twice in the corresponding fixture – a 3-0 win for Liverpool in Harry Redknapp’s seventh game in charge.
The Reds are undefeated against QPR at Anfield in the Premier League (W4, D1). Indeed Liverpool have won 18 of the 21 league meetings on home soil (D2, L1).
Liverpool have scored the most Premier League goals since January 1 (39).
The Reds are unbeaten in their last seven games (W3, D4) and have only conceded three times in their last six.
Only Arsenal and Manchester City have a better second-half record than Liverpool this season, (W17, D12, L8).
Daniel Sturridge has scored six times in his last four games. The former Chelsea striker has 10 goals and three assists in 13 Premier League appearances for Liverpool.
Since his Premier League debut in Feb 2011, Liverpool have won more games without Luis Suarez (58%) than with him (39%).
The Hoops have scored only one goal in their last 455 minutes of Premier League football, Loic Remy’s penalty against Newcastle last time out.
Harry Redknapp’s side are without a win in their last eight games (D2, L6).
Excluding Remy’s penalty, QPR managed only one shot on target last time out against Newcastle.
Remy is QPR’s top scorer this season with six goals – he has only appeared in 13 Premier League games.
Only Derby County (one in 2007-08) and Sunderland (three in 2005-06) have won fewer games in a Premier League campaign than QPR this season (four).