As well as being undefeated in the league since January 2019, they can boast an even longer streak when it comes to playing on Wednesdays.
They have not lost in 21 Wednesday matches, winning 15 and drawing six since losing 3-1 to Stoke City back in December 2012.
With Jurgen Klopp in charge for 14 of those, it means he has managed more matches on a specific day of the week without losing than any other coach in Premier League history.
|Sir Bobby Robson||Mon||10|
|Luiz Felipe Scolari||Sat||9|
But Liverpool's 21-match run falls some way short of the longest unbeaten streak on a certain day.
Klopp's current Liverpool side are third on the list, thanks to their unbeaten sequence on Saturdays, and can overtake Chelsea if they avoid losing to Southampton, Norwich City and Watford in their next three Saturday fixtures.
|Club||Day||First match||Last match||Matches unbeaten|
|Man Utd||Wed||2 Sep 1992||6 Mar 2002||51|
|Chelsea||Sat||3 Feb 2007||28 Feb 2009||35|
|Liverpool||Sat||17 Mar 2018||Active||33|
|Arsenal||Sat||5 Apr 2003||1 Jan 2005||32|
But despite Liverpool's long unbeaten Wednesday run, they are still not the best-performing Premier League team on that day of the week.
Their 1.88 points per match on a Wednesday ranks second to Man Utd's 2.11.
In fact, Man Utd have the best record of all clubs on all but two days.