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UPDATED AFTER MATCHDAY 24

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NEW RECORD:
Most points over 38 consecutive Premier League games: 106/114 (Liverpool)
If Liverpool keep winning, this will be improved to 108 points after Liverpool – Southampton 01.02.20

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POTENTIAL NEW RECORDS:

Biggest title-winning margin: 19 points (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 19

Most points in a season: 100 (Man City ~ game average 2.63 points)
Liverpool currently: 70 (Game average 2.92 points)

Most home points in a season: 55 (Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea – lost 2 points)
Liverpool currently: 36 (lost 0 points)

Most home wins in a season: 18/19 (Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea)
Liverpool currently: 12/12 (last 7 games; Sotton, West Ham, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Burnley & Chelsea)

Most away point in a season: 50 (Man City – lost 7 points)
Liverpool currently: 34 (lost 2 points)

Most away wins in a season: 16/19 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 11/12 (last 7 games; Norwich, Watford, Everton, Man City, Brighton, Arsenal & Newcastle)

Most wins in a season: 32/38 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 23/24

Most consecutive wins: 18 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 15

Most consecutive home wins: 20 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 19

Most consecutive away wins: 11 (Chelsea, Man City)
Liverpool currently: 7

Fewest away goals conceded in a season: 9 (Chelsea 2004/5)
Liverpool currently: 6

Longest unbeaten run: 49 (Arsenal)
Liverpool currently: 41

Longest unbeaten away run: 27 (Arsenal)
Liverpool currently: 20

Most assists by a defender in a season: Trent Alexander-Arnold with 12 (2018/19)
Currently: Trent Alexander-Arnold with 10

The earliest a team has won the Premier League: Matchday 33 / 14th april
To beat the record; be 19(or more) points ahead after matchday 32, Add an additional 3 points to every earlier matchday (i.e 22 points after matchday 31)
 

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Man City did it the last year.
To be honest, I think it's been done a few times in the PL era.

You can see from the records list that three times a team have won 18/19 home games, so it only would take one away win against that missing team to have done it.
 

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To be honest, I think it's been done a few times in the PL era.

You can see from the records list that three times a team have won 18/19 home games, so it only would take one away win against that missing team to have done it.
But frequently in the Prem that team they've failed to beat at home will be one of their main rivals that season and possibly a team that beat them in the away leg. We had a habit of doing that kind of things during dominant seasons for United, Chelsea and City sides that were spanking everyone else. Only Arsenal have gone all season without a loss and I'm sure some of the teams they drew against picked up two draws. But anyone its not a record we hold as City did it at the very least regardless of whether others did or not.
 

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That draw against United is so annoying. Spoils a sequence of 33 straight wins in the league. Surely that would never have been beaten.
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Love this thread.

What about Barca and Real in their league? Can imaging they’ve also been able to beat every time in La Liga during one season. But in how many games?

Not sure. Found it very difficult to find any information about it regarding the Premier League. Dont seem to find any infirmation about La Liga. I just saw the tweet posted above randomally, so got lucky.

Looked at the highest point tally ever received in the top-5 leagues.

Italy: 102 (Juventus)
Spain: 100 (Real Madrid & Barcelona)
England: 100 (Man City)
France: 96 (PSG)
Germany: 91 (Bayern Munich)
 

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UPDATED AFTER MATCHDAY 25

*The 4-0 win over Southampton means Liverpool have equalled Man Citys record of 20 consecutive home wins in the Premier League
*The win also improved the Premier League record for most points over 38 consecutive Premier League games, from 106 to 108 points. That's 108 out of a possible 114!


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NEW RECORDS:
Most points over 38 consecutive Premier League games: 108/114 (Liverpool)
If Liverpool keep winning, this will be improved to 110 points after Liverpool – West Ham 24.02.20

The earliest matchday a team has completed a "bingo" (beaten all other teams) within a season: Matchday 24 (Liverpool - 2019/20)
Previous record: Matchday 31 (Man City - 2017/18)

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EQUALLED RECORDS:
Most consecutive home wins: 20 (Man City & Liverpool)
Liverpool: 20 and counting.

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POTENTIAL NEW RECORDS:

Biggest title-winning margin: 19 points (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 22 (with one more game than Man City)

Most points in a season: 100 (Man City ~ game average 2.63 points)
Liverpool currently: 73 (Game average 2.92 points)

Most home points in a season: 55 (Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea – lost 2 points)
Liverpool currently: 39 (lost 0 points)

Most home wins in a season: 18/19 (Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea)
Liverpool currently: 13/13 (last 6 games; West Ham, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Burnley & Chelsea)

Most away point in a season: 50 (Man City – lost 7 points)
Liverpool currently: 34 (lost 2 points)

Most away wins in a season: 16/19 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 11/12 (last 7 games; Norwich, Watford, Everton, Man City, Brighton, Arsenal & Newcastle)

Most wins in a season: 32/38 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 24/25

Most consecutive wins: 18 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 16

Most consecutive away wins: 11 (Chelsea, Man City)
Liverpool currently: 7

Fewest away goals conceded in a season: 9 (Chelsea 2004/5)
Liverpool currently: 6

Longest unbeaten run: 49 (Arsenal)
Liverpool currently: 42

Longest unbeaten away run: 27 (Arsenal)
Liverpool currently: 20

Most assists by a defender in a season: Trent Alexander-Arnold with 12 (2018/19)
Currently: Trent Alexander-Arnold with 10

The earliest a team has won the Premier League: Matchday 33 / 14th april
To beat the record; be 19(or more) points ahead after matchday 32, Add an additional 3 points to every earlier matchday (i.e 22 points after matchday 31)
 

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This is getting annoying, please add another couple of decimals.
Its the downside of winning every game, but one.

If we beat Norwich and West Ham in the next two games, the average will increase to 2.93.... be patient! Keep in mind if we win the last 13 games, and end up with 112 point, the average will be 2.95. So there's very little room for improvement...

But as of right now, more decimals wouldnt make a difference, as the average is 2.92... or 2.920000000 if you like.
 

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That draw against United is so annoying. Spoils a sequence of 33 straight wins in the league. Surely that would never have been beaten.
Funny question my cousin, a Utd fan, asked me...if we had the choice would we prefer to win our remaining 13 games, or win 12 and draw 1? Seems a stupid question, but if we do the latter it would rob Utd of the bragging rights of being the only club to take points off us this season :LOL:
 

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Funny question my cousin, a Utd fan, asked me...if we had the choice would we prefer to win our remaining 13 games, or win 12 and draw 1? Seems a stupid question, but if we do the latter it would rob Utd of the bragging rights of being the only club to take points off us this season :LOL:

Win 13 of course. If a united fan wants to crow about those being the only team to take a point off us and consign us to 37-1-0 then says a lot about them. At least last year they could imagine that their spoiling point mattered.
Think about it, it may be the only way ManU get to be a part of what would be a never to be repeated 112 point record. Do they really hope to be a trivia footnote to the greatest ever league (and maybe more) season?
 

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Win 13 of course. If a united fan wants to crow about those being the only team to take a point off us and consign us to 37-1-0 then says a lot about them. At least last year they could imagine that their spoiling point mattered.
Think about it, it may be the only way ManU get to be a part of what would be a never to be repeated 112 point record. Do they really hope to be a trivia footnote to the greatest ever league (and maybe more) season?
It was a self deprecating joke that acknowledged how low their standards and goals had fallen.
 

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Funny question my cousin, a Utd fan, asked me...if we had the choice would we prefer to win our remaining 13 games, or win 12 and draw 1? Seems a stupid question, but if we do the latter it would rob Utd of the bragging rights of being the only club to take points off us this season :LOL:
I think those are hardly ‘bragging rights’, are they?


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given that a thread about us has been removed, like a million times, by the mods at blue moon,

surely this is another premier league record......

the record for the amount of times a thread about another EPL, team has been removed from an oppositions forum
 

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UPDATED AFTER MATCHDAY 26

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NEW RECORDS:
Most points over 38 consecutive Premier League games: 108/114 (Liverpool)
If Liverpool keep winning, this will be improved to 110 points after Liverpool – West Ham 24.02.20

Most manager of the month awards in a season: 5 (Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool – 2019/20) and counting
Previous record: 4 (Pep Guardiola, Man City)

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EQUALLED RECORDS:
Most consecutive home wins: 20 (Man City & Liverpool)
Liverpool: 20 and counting.

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POTENTIAL NEW RECORDS:

Biggest title-winning margin: 19 points (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 25 (with one more game than Man City)

Most points in a season: 100 (Man City ~ game average 2.63 points)
Liverpool currently: 76 (Game average 2.92 points)

Most home points in a season: 55 (Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea – lost 2 points)
Liverpool currently: 39 (lost 0 points)

Most home wins in a season: 18/19 (Man City, Man Utd, Chelsea)
Liverpool currently: 13/13 (last 6 games; West Ham, Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Burnley & Chelsea)

Most away point in a season: 50 (Man City – lost 7 points)
Liverpool currently: 37 (lost 2 points)

Most away wins in a season: 16/19 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 12/13 (last 6 games; Watford, Everton, Man City, Brighton, Arsenal & Newcastle)

Most wins in a season: 32/38 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 25/26

Most consecutive wins: 18 (Man City)
Liverpool currently: 17

Most consecutive away wins: 11 (Chelsea, Man City)
Liverpool currently: 8

Fewest away goals conceded in a season: 9 (Chelsea 2004/5)
Liverpool currently: 6

Longest unbeaten run: 49 (Arsenal)
Liverpool currently: 43

Longest unbeaten away run: 27 (Arsenal)
Liverpool currently: 21

Most assists by a defender in a season: Trent Alexander-Arnold with 12 (2018/19)
Currently: Trent Alexander-Arnold with 10

Most consecutive manager of the month awards: 4 (Pep Guardiola, Man City – 2017/18)
Liverpool currently: 3

The earliest a team has won the Premier League: Matchday 33 / 14th april
To beat the record; be 19(or more) points ahead after matchday 32, Add an additional 3 points to every earlier matchday (i.e 22 points after matchday 31)