Liverpool have cemented their status as the greatest Premier League team ever after winning the title with seven games left to play.
It was the Reds' first trophy in 30 years and it came at a point where they are still in line to break more records before the 2019-20 campaign ends.
Liverpool have 86 points, 23 above their rivals Man City but will have to surpass the 102 point-mark set by the Citizens' and Chelsea.
Here are the five records Liverpool need to break to become the greatest Premier League team ever
1. Most points in a season
City had the most points in the league when they won the 17-18 season with 100 points and with Liverpool having 86 points, the Reds need more than 15 points out of a possible 21 to make it happen.
Liverpool have the opportunity to smash that with the possibility of reaching 107 points by winning their seven remaining games.
2. Biggest winning margin
Pep Guardiola hold the most record for the widest margin in their 17/18 title triumph, moving 19-points clear of second place.
But with 23 points ahead, Liverpool can still beat that record despite having their next game against City at the Etihad.
3. Most wins in a season
The Reds need five more wins out of their last seven matches to smash City's 32 victories two seasons ago.
The Anfield giant's 4-0 win over Crystal Palace was their 28th win in their 31 matches already played at the current campaign.
4. Most home wins in a season
Liverpool could become the first Premier League team in history to win all of their 19 games in a single campaign. Only three clubs have managed 18 Premier League home wins in a season.
They just need to defeat Aston Villa, Burnley and Chelsea in their final three homes games to achieve the feat.
5. Most away wins in a season
Liverpool have won 12 out of their 15 away matches this season so they will need to five record victories in the final four games on the road.
But it will not come in handy as they till have City, Newcastle, Brighton, and Arsenal to play.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Liverpool became the greatest English team of all-time after confirming their status as Premier League champions following Chelsea's win over Man City.
The Reds have eight games left to spare, a record which no English side have achieved in the history of the Premier League.
The Anfield giants broke Manchester United's initially feat of five games left to play after picking just one loss in 31 matches so far.
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