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Liverpool have sealed their first league title in 30 years with seven games to spare following Manchester City's loss to Chelsea, but there's still plenty of records for Jurgen Klopp's side to break.
The Reds are currently on 86 points, 23 points clear of second-placed City and will no doubt be looking to set a new record for the most points accrued in a Premier League season.
Pep Guardiola and City are the current holders after a stunning 100-point campaign in 2017/18, but Liverpool are very good value to break the record.
The Anfield outfit can reach 107 points if they win every one of their remaining games, and they could still lose two games but win every other match to end up on 101 - which would be a new record.
What's more, they are currently on course to win the league by the largest margin - another record held by City after they finished 19 points ahead of Manchester United in Guardiola's first Premier League triumph.
A further five wins will see Liverpool break City's record of 32 wins in 38 games achieved in consecutive seasons, while they will also have their eyes on making history when it comes to home and away victories.
No side in Premier League history has won all 19 home games and Liverpool will do just that should they get past Aston Villa, Burnley and Chelsea in the coming weeks.
They will tie the record for most away wins if they take maximum points from trips to Manchester City, Newcastle, Brighton and Arsenal - which would make it 16 victories on the road.
Not bad at all for a title win" with an asterisk".
After celebrating his first Premier League title with some dodgy dancing, Klopp has already issued a warning to the rest of the league that he and his troops will remain relentless in the hunt for silverware.
"I will not stop, we will not stop, that's it. We will stay focused and we see the opportunity," the German said, as per the Daily Mail.
"But 'will not stop' does not mean we will win everything; we just want to improve because the other teams are good already and will improve. Man City are absolutely exceptional.
"I can't promise we will win something but we will try everything to improve and I think that is possible."
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