The 34 Premier League Records Liverpool Could Still Break This Season
Liverpool could still break a mind-boggling 34 records in the current Premier League season.
Jurgen Klopp's side sit 25 points clear at the top of the table after a 1-0 victory against Norwich City on Saturday night.
Winning the title is an inevitability at this point but there are a variety of other records 'The Reds' could break.
talkSPORT have broken down all of the records and you can check out the key ones below:
Most points in a Premier League season. Record: 100. Liverpool need 26 points from their final 12 games.
Earliest title win by date - Current record: April 14th. Liverpool could win it March 7th.
Earliest title win by games remaining - Current record: five games. Liverpool could do it in nine.
Biggest title-winning margin - Current record: 19 points. Liverpool are currently 25 points clear.
Biggest gap from first to bottom - Current record: 82 points. Liverpool are 58 above Norwich.
Fewest away goals conceded in a season - Current record: nine goals. Liverpool have conceded six.
Most consecutive wins - Current record: 18. Liverpool are on 17.
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Most consecutive home wins - Current record: 20. Liverpool are on 20.
Most wins in a season - Current record: 32. Liverpool are on 25.
Most home wins in a season - Current record: 18. Liverpool are on 13.
Most away wins in a season - Current record: 16. Liverpool are on 12.
Youngest Premier League winner - Current record: 17 years, 350 days (Phil Foden). Harvey Elliott could win it aged 16 years 321 days.
Longest unbeaten run - Current record: 49 games. Liverpool are currently 43 games unbeaten.
Yesterday's game was settled by a second-half strike from Sadio Mane who entered the action as a substitute.
Klopp praised his star man's impact on the game.
"It helps when you have such quality on the bench to bring on. Sadio could have started today, of course, but I wanted to have a free decision for Tuesday actually," he told Liverpool's official website.
"I don't think too often and too much about these games but when two players are back from injuries, like Sadio and Fabinho, you don't think they can play two games.
"[Don't think they] should play; can, yes, if you have to, but should play. And the quality of the other boys is just too big that you have to push somebody through. It was perfect for Sadio today to get a few minutes. It looked like he was ready, yes."
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