Watford host Liverpool at Vicarage Road this weekend for the first game between the two sides since the Hornets' famous 3-0 win over the reds in February, 2020.

That match ended Liverpool's 18 league game win streak and 44 league game unbeaten run, with Ismaila Sarr in particular running riot against Liverpool's defenders.

A lot has changed since that match, both on the pitch and off it, with that the last Watford game to take place before football was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.

From there, Watford have spent a season in the Championship, while Liverpool went on to win the Premier League, before being dethroned by Manchester City.

However, this season Jurgen Klopp's men are looking impressive once again and are now unbeaten in their last 17 league matches.

Claudio Ranieri has his work cut out if he is to continue his record against Liverpool, which is currently the best home win rate for a manager against this weekend's opponents, with four wins from five.

In his press conference yesterday, he explained that he would not meet some of his players until today and would then have to check on their physical and mental conditions before selecting his team.

Liverpool are not in great shape themselves, with up to six of their key players at risk of missing out on Saturday's match.

Here's how it all unfolded at Vicarage Road last time out.