Seven Prem records Liverpool can still break in their final seven games
Despite winning the Premier League title with seven games to spare, Liverpool’s players can’t afford to take their foot off the gas just yet.
The Reds will want to celebrate their success, but Jurgen Klopp will have set his sights on a few more records between now and the end of the season.
We’ve looked at the seven Premier League records they could go on to break in their final seven games of 2019-20.
– Most points in a season: 100 (Man City 2017-18) – Liverpool currently have 86, with a potential 21 more available.
– Most home points in a season: 55 (three teams) – Liverpool currently have 48 with a potential nine more available.
– Most away points in a season: 50 (Man City 2017-18) – Liverpool currently have 38 with a potential 12 more available.
– Most wins in a season: 32 (Man City 2017-18, 2018-19) – Liverpool currently have 28 with seven games left.
– Most home wins in a season: 18 (four teams) – Liverpool currently have 16 with three home games left.
– Most away wins in a season: 16 (Man City 2017-18) – Liverpool currently have 12 with four away games left.
– Biggest title-winning margin: 19 points (Man City 2017-18) – Liverpool are currently 23 points ahead.
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— Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions 🏆) (@LFC) June 25, 2020
Liverpool have already broken a number of Premier League records this season, including for both the earliest and latest title win.
– Jurgen Klopp’s side sealed the Premier League title with seven games to spare, the earliest victory in terms of games remaining.
– Strangely enough, they also hold the record for the latest title win, becoming the first team to seal the title in June.
– Liverpool became just the sixth Premier League team to beat every single opponent in a campaign at least once.
– They have won 23 consecutive Premier League home games, beating Man City’s record of 20, achieved between 2011 and 2012.
– Their victory over West Ham in February was their 18th consecutive league win, equalling Man City’s record.
– The Reds took 61 points from the first 21 league games in 2019-20, the biggest tally a team has ever accumulated at that stage.