Nine Prem records Man City could break before the end of the season

Manchester City are already enjoying a record-breaking Premier League season, but they have plenty more in their sights.

Under the guidance of Pep Guardiola, City have been the standout team in the division this term, and are currently 16 points clear of their nearest challengers, fierce rivals Manchester United.

With 30 games played and just eight remaining, City have already broken one competition record, winning 18 consecutive matches from their 1-1 draw with Everton in August up until their stalemate with Crystal Palace on New Year’s Eve.

And there are nine more records which Guardiola’s men could go on to break…

– Most points in a season: 95 (Chelsea, 2004-05) – City currently have 81

– Most wins in a season: 30 (Chelsea, 2016-17) – City currently have 26

– Biggest goal difference in a season: +71 (Chelsea, 2009-10), City currently on +65

– Most away wins in a season: 15 (Chelsea, 2004-05) – City currently have 12

– Most goals scored in a season: 103 (Chelsea, 2009-10) – City currently have 85

– Fewest home losses in a season: 0 (6 teams) – City currently have 0

– Most away goals in a season: 48 (Liverpool, 2013-14) – City currently have 34

– Biggest title-winning margin: 18 points (Manchester United, 1999-00) – City currently 16 points ahead

– Earliest Premier League title win: 5 games remaining (Manchester United, 2000-01) – City could do it at Old Trafford with 6 remaining

City already hold a number of Premier League records, although some of them are unwanted.

– Fewest goals scored at home in a season: 10, Manchester City (2006–07)

– Most consecutive draws: 7, joint record: Manchester City (2009–10)

– Most home wins in a season (19 games): 18, joint record: Manchester City (2011–12)

– Most consecutive wins: 16, Manchester City (between 26 August 2017 and 16 December 2017)

– Most consecutive home wins: 20, Manchester City (between 5 March 2011 and 21 March 2012)

– Fewest home losses in a season (19 games): 0, joint record: Manchester City (2011–12)

– Most draws in a season (42 games): 18, joint record: Manchester City (1993–94)

– Fewest home draws in a season: 0, joint record: Manchester City (2008–09)

– Oldest player: John Burridge, 43 years and 162 days (for Manchester City v. Queens Park Rangers, 14 May 1995)

– Most goals in a game: 5, joint record: Sergio Agüero (for Manchester City v. Newcastle United, 3 October 2015)

– Biggest loss by reigning champions: 1–6, joint record: Manchester United 1–6 Manchester City (23 October 2011), after Manchester United had won the 2010–11 competition

– Most individual goal scorers in one game for the same team: 7, joint record: Manchester City 7–0 Norwich City (2 November 2013)

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