Premier League records Liverpool can still aim to end the Centurions’ dream

After a 30-year wait, plus an additional three months of coronavirus enforcement, Liverpool finally won their first Premier League title on a whim.

The Reds were crowned champions of England in style, breaking or equaling several Premier League records in the process.

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However, defeat to Arsenal on Wednesday evening means Jurgen Klopp’s side can no longer reach 100 points and equal the Premier League points record set by Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City ‘Centurions’ during the 2017/18 campaign. can break

Although those particular hopes have faded, the Reds still have a choice of records to break or equal in their last two Premier League fixtures…

Liverpool could beat or equal Man City’s record title-winning margin / Sean Bottrell/Getty Images

Current Holders: Manchester City (19 points)

Incredibly, Pep Guardiola’s 2017/18 City side are the current holders of that record, and Liverpool will have to rely on City slipping up in one of their last two Premier League games if they are to break or equal that record. .

The Reds are currently 18 points behind City at the Premier League summit, so they need to win their remaining two league games against Chelsea and Newcastle and hopefully draw City with either Watford or Norwich. will give them 20 points. winning margin.

If City lose to the Hornets or the Canaries, Liverpool will need to take just four points from their last two to break the Premier League record.

Liverpool to taste defeat on home soil this season / Poll/Getty Images

Current Holders: Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United (55 points)

With 17 wins and one draw in their 18 Premier League matches at Anfield this season, Liverpool have taken 52 points from their home fixtures.

A chance to complete a perfect 19-from-19 record ended with a 1-1 draw against a stubborn Burnley side in their last home game, but the Reds still have the biggest home points lead with three points against Chelsea. Can equal the record. on Wednesday evening.

Liverpool would share the record with Jose Mourinho’s 2004/05 Chelsea side, Sir Alex Ferguson’s 2010/11 Manchester United and Roberto Mancini’s 2011/12 Manchester City side.

Liverpool have won 30 Premier League matches this season/Pool/Getty Images

Current Holders: Manchester City (32 wins)

Liverpool could break that record if they beat Burnley or Arsenal, but they will have to aim to share the spoils with Guardiola’s Man City.

City recorded 32 victories during both their 2017/18 and 2018/19 title-winning campaigns, and Liverpool currently sit on 30 victories with two to play.

The Reds will need to take maximum points from their final two games of the season to equal City’s record, meaning they will need to get the better of Frank Lampard’s Champions League-chasing Chelsea, who are in desperate need of a win. Will be. Wednesday.

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