A relentless attacking trio, flying full-backs and a louder stadium has made Anfield formidable

It seems the old Anfield sign still has some life in it yet. The last time Liverpool lost a Premier League game at home was back in April 2017.

Since that loss against Crystal Palace, Jurgen Klopp‘s side have turned Anfield into a fortress once more, winning 32 and drawing 10 of their last 42 home league games. In that time, they have scored 110 goals and conceded just 22.

Victory over Arsenal last month continued that fine run, which has stretched over two full seasons and has been the foundation of their phenomenal rise in recent years.

But what have been the key ingredients to their success on home soil in recent years? Ahead of their next home match against Newcastle on Saturday, Sportsmail looks at some key factors… 

Liverpool are on a remarkable 42-match unbeaten run in the Premier League at Anfield 

Jurgen Klopp's side take on Newcastle at home in the league in Saturday's lunchtime kick-off

Jurgen Klopp’s side take on Newcastle at home in the league in Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off


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