Trent Alexander-Arnold set to break his Premier League record


Trent Alexander-Arnold is looking to break his own Premier League record of 'twelve assists in a season by a defender'

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Alexander-Arnold could be taking his Premier League record of twelve assists in a season to a greater feat next  week when Liverpool resume their Premier League campaign.

The Liverpool right-back made history in 2018-19 by providing 12 assists across the Premier League season – the highest number ever registered by a defender in a single campaign in the division.

But this term he has equalled that tally by the  Reds' 27th match, where he set up two goals in the 3-2 win over West Ham United at Anfield.

One more assist during the forthcoming run-in, therefore, would be enough to establish a new benchmark for the 21-year-old as the door remains open for the England international to surpass Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne who has racked up 16 assists this term to the Playmaker of the Season award.

Liverpool will resume their Premier League campaign on June 21 when they take on Merseyside brothers Everton at Goodison.

The Reds who currently lead the competition standings with 25 points have nine games left to finish the campaign, although two more wins to secure the top-flight title.

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