Liverpool face West Ham on Saturday evening in their first Halloween fixture since 2015.
The Reds have played five matches on Halloween in the Premier League era, winning two.
However, Liverpool will be haunted by the fact they lost their first three matches on Halloween between 1992-2009.
Despite the mixed record, Jurgen Klopp’s side have won their last two matches in 2010 and 2015.
Chelsea 1-3 Liverpool (2015)
Liverpool came from behind beat Chelsea 3-1 at Stamford Bridge to pile on the pressure on then Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho.
This was Jurgen Klopp’s first Premier League win as Liverpool boss, sparking huge praise on a disjointed side built by Brenden Rodgers.
Despite trailing early on, Phillipe Coutinho bagged a brace with Christian Benteke sealing the away win with seven minutes to go.
Klopp hailed his side in his post-match press conference. He applaudled his sides’ ‘perfect’ goals.
Bolton Wanderers 0-1 Liverpool (2010)
This victory against Bolton in 2010 casted over the cracks developing at Liverpool FC.
With the owners wanting to sell the club as they drove the club into piles of debt, a rare win for then manager Roy Hodgson brought some much-needed joy to Liverpool fans.
A back four of Carragher, Skrtel, Kyrgiakos and Konchesky was hardly appealing to reds fans but the quartet managed to see off a clean sheet.
Maxi Rodriguez scored an 86th minute winner to lift Liverpool out of the relegation zone. A sentence that any reds fan would not want to hear again.
Fulham 3-1 Liverpool (2009)
One year prior to the result at Bolton came Liverpool’s defeat at Craven Cottage to Fulham.
A damaging defeat to Fulham, resulting in two red cards for Rafa Benitez’ men, saw their title challenge effectively ended before November even began.
Nine points off the leaders Chelsea and five defeats in eleven games represented a slow start in Rafa’s final season at the club.
Despite Fernando Torres’ equaliser, Bobby Zamora, Eric Nevland and Clint Dempsey rounded off a superb win for Fulham.
QPR 2-1 Liverpool (1994)
15 years earlier saw Liverpool’s first ever Premier League defeat to QPR at Loftus Road.
The reds finished fourth this season under manager Roy Evans.; a rare defeat to the West London club was not a proud moment for the club.
Les Ferdinand scored five minutes from time to secure a historic win for Gerry Francis’s side.
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Liverpool (1992)
In the Premier League’s inaugural season, Mohamed Nayim and Neil Ruddock scored to give Tottenham a first Premier League win over Liverpool in 1992.
Graeme Souness’ side had a torrid time as they finished sixth on 59 points.
Pressure was mounting on Souness during a period with his side languishing in 14th place after only four wins in their opening 14 games.
For Jurgen Klopp’s sake, he will be hoping his side will be able to replicate his 2015 side on Saturday when they face West Ham at Anfield as the reds continue their title challenge.