Liverpool have largely dominated their 133 clashes with Bolton Wanderers, winning 45% of the meetings (60 wins) while the Whites have won just one third of those games (33%, 44 matches).
The Reds of course also dominate when it comes to the total goal tally, outscoring Bolton 207-174 in all competitions. But when it comes to the FA Cup, Bolton have an aggregate lead of 25-8 and lead League Cup clashes 8-7.
Wanderers also come out on top when it comes to the biggest victory between the two sides - the 8-1 win recorded at Burnden Park on 7th May 1932, in which Bolton legend Jack Milsom notched the first four goals. Liverpool's biggest win was a 7-2 hammering at Anfield on 10th September 1930, thanks to two goals from their third highest goalscorer of all time Gordon Hodgson.
When it comes to personal goalscoring feats Wanderers also dominate the encounters. The top scorer in games between Bolton and Liverpool is Joe Smith, who scored 12 goals in 21 appearances between 1909 and 1927. Smith is the tenth highest goalscorer of all-time in the English top flight with 243 league goals and Bolton's second highest ever goalscorer. He scored 254 goals in 449 appearances for Wanderers and was capped five times by England, scoring once.