It gazes a substance of when, not if, Liverpool boost the Premier League cup, and they might become record-breakers beside the way.
With a 22-point top over their nearby competitors, Jurgen Klopp’s side is previously enjoying the best term in the history of any club from Europe’s top-five associations in terms of points gained. Football fans from around the world can purchase Premier League Football Tickets online to enjoy its stunning performances.
I keep telling everyone to really savor this, the record that we have kept so far, I do not think it is going to come along again so quickly, Chairman Tom Werner thought after their best recent win, a 4-0 beating of Southampton previous weekend, and their 16th three-point pull in a row.
There are plenty of reasons for Werner to enjoy the moment, Liverpool are still in the Champions League and FA Cup, as well as remaining on course for the first unbeaten Premier League season since Arsenal’s invincible in 2004, but that’s far from the only record they could be rewritten by the end of the campaign.
The records Liverpool are chasing down
A longest consecutive run of wins: 18 Manchester City, 2017/18
When could Liverpool break it? Watford (A), February 29
A perfect half-season between draws with Everton and Crystal Palace set Manchester City on their way to a record-breaking points tally back in 2017/18, more on that later, but Liverpool has that total in their sights now with a run of wins stretching back to late October.
Victories, at Norwich, at home to West Ham and then at Watford, a trio they beat by a combined 8-1 scoreline in the reverse fixtures, will break Manchester City’s record.
Longest unbeaten run: 49 Arsenal, 2002/03-2004/05
When could Liverpool break it? Aston Villa (H), April 11
When Arsenal racked up 49 games unbeaten, it was questioned whether there would ever be a team to surpass Arsene Wenger’s Invincible.
There have been impressive unbeaten runs since then, Chelsea was beaten only once in the season that magnificent run came to an end, and Manchester City lost only twice en route to the title in 2017/18.
But Liverpool has not tasted defeat since their ultimately costly 2-1 reverse at the Etihad last January and the Reds will become the first team to go 50 Premier League competitions undefeated if they can get somewhat from each of their next eight league competitions.
The 50th game is set to be their home clash with Aston Villa on April 11, but pending FA Cup progression could also be a way to Brighton a week later.
Most wins: 32 Manchester City, 2017/18 and 2018/19
When could Liverpool break it? Brighton (A), April 18
Manchester City ripped up the record books when Pep Guardiola lifted his first Premier League title in 2018, with the kind of dominating season the league had never seen before.
Despite City winning all, but six games across the entire campaign, and repeating that feat last season, Liverpool are well on-course to not only beat Manchester City’s record haul but potentially better it.
If they keep up their stunning run of victories, which would include beating both City and Everton away, they could break Guardiola’s wins record at Brighton in mid-April and potentially end up with a mammoth 37 victories by the end of the season.
They can static give to drop points in four competitions before the conclusion of the season and overhaul Manchester City.
Most points: 100 Manchester City, 2017/18
When could Liverpool break it? Burnley (H), April 25
Gabriel Jesus’ last-minute winner for Manchester City at Southampton on the last day of the season in 2017/18 did not mean much in a title race that was long-since over but Guardiola’s celebrations on the touchline at St Mary’s told their own story about how significant reaching the target of a three-figure points tally was for the manager.
City was only two points away from matching that last season, but Liverpool can afford to drop 11 points between now and the end of the campaign and still beat that incredible figure.
But to place that into setting with reverence to their present form, it is occupied them since January 3, 2019, to droplet their last 11 points.
At present, Liverpool could smash past 100 points against Burnley on April 25, and could even afford one draw up until that point to still break the record.
Most away victories in a term: 16 Manchester City, 2017/18
When could Liverpool break it? Arsenal (A), May 2
Winning all-but two away games in a Premier League season sounds like a fantasy to most, after all, even the highest-points winners in the division’s history, Manchester City’s 2017/18 team, dropped points on three of their road trips.
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