Every Premier League Club's Longest Unbeaten Run Has Been Revealed
A list of every Premier League team's longest unbeaten run in the division has been revealed.
Premier League leaders Liverpool's 44 game unbeaten run came to an end after a 3-0 defeat to Watford on Saturday night
YouTube channel HITC Sport have broken down every Premier League teams longest unbeaten run and it comes as no surprise that Arsenal top the list.
Check out the full list below.
20th - Brighton & Hove Albion (5 games, 2017/2018)
19th - Watford (6 games, 2019/2020)
18th - Bournemouth (7 games, 2017/2018)
17th - Sheffield United (8 games, 1993/1994)
16th - Crystal Palace (8 games, 2017/2018)
15th - Norwich (8 games, 1993/1994)
14th - Burnley (8 games, 2018/2019)
13th - Southampton (9 games, 2002/2003)
12th - West Ham (10 games, 2015/2016)
11th - Wolves (11 games, 2019/2020)
10th - Everton (11 games, 2009/10 & 2012/2013)
9th - Leicester (12 games, 2015/2016)
8th - Aston Villa (13 games, 2008/2009)
7th - Newcastle (14 games, 2011/2012)
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6th - Tottenham (14 games, 2015/16 & 2017/2018)
5th - Manchester United (29 games, 1998/1999)
4th - Manchester City (30 games, 2017/2018)
3rd - Chelsea (40 games, 2004/2005)
2nd - Liverpool (44 games, 2019/2020)
1st - Arsenal (49 games, 2003/2004)
There are some legendary teams included on the list including Jose Mourinho's Chelsea team as well as Sir Alex Ferguson's treble winning side.
Liverpool have now conceded more Premier League goals this season (16) than Chelsea did during the entire 2004/05 campaign (15).- Squawka Football (@Squawka) February 24, 2020
José's ridiculous record remains intact. :sweat_smile: pic.twitter.com/9CMoFMZKKi
Liverpool's 3-0 defeat was followed by a 2-0 loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup on Tuesday evening.
'The Reds' have now lost three of their last games after looking formidable so far this season.
They are still 22 points clear at the top but some fans are beginning to worry about their slump in form.
Jurgen Klopp is not worried however and expects a big reaction against Bournemouth on Saturday.
"Look, it's alright, the numbers are there, the facts are there, that's clear," Klopp told The Independent.
"It's much more easy to explain when you win than when you lose.
"I don't have a lot of arguments. It's a free world and everyone can interpret.
"It's little things, but little things make the difference.
"The boys are strong, they have showed a wonderful reaction so many times, and now we have to show that again."
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