By Simon Bowers, BBC Sport’s sports editorThere are two teams in the Premier League who have taken more shots than any other in the league this season.
Liverpool are at a new record of 434, and Everton are on 524.
Liverpool’s 434 shots are more than any of the other sides and a record high, eclipsing Manchester United’s 431.
But the Everton shot charts are a little more complicated.
They also show Liverpool to be the team to beat in the first leg, even though Everton are unbeaten in all of the last four Premier League games.
The Red Devils have the best average shot per shot (1.19) and are the only team in the top half of the Premier Leagues shots per game chart to have taken fewer shots in each of the past three Premier League seasons.
Liverpool have taken 6.3 shots in the past four Premier Leagueagues games against Everton, and the two sides have played a combined 19 times.
The stats show the Reds are more dangerous than the Blues, who have just a 0.8 shots per shot and are still in the relegation zone.
Liverpool, though, have more shots per 90 minutes (2.1) than the other side, which has just 0.7.
That is likely down to a higher percentage of shots taken in the final third of the pitch (20.6%) and a better finish at the back (26.4%).
Everton are the league’s only side with a lower goal difference (0.5) in the last three Premier Leagueweights.
Liverpool only have to defend better in the closing stages to win.
Everton have the second-fewest shots per goal conceded (0