Liverpool could be on their way to break many records this season.
The Reds go into the end of January unbeaten in the Premier League so far this campaign, and dropping only two points all season via a 1-1 draw with fierce rivals Manchester United back in October.
Jurgen Klopp’s men are 16 points clear at the top of the table with a game in hand over the rest of the league. Should they not be beaten in the remaining 15 games of the season they will match a record set by the Arsenal Invincibles in the 2003/04 season.
A 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanders on Thursday night means that Liverpool are now unbeaten in their last 40 matches, nine away from Arsenal’s record of 49 in 2003/04.
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But, the goal conceded by Klopp’s team at Molineux means that there is one record that Liverpool won’t be beating this season.
That goal was the 15th that the Reds have conceded this season, equalling the entire amount of goals conceded by Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea team during the 2004/05 season.
During the Invincibles season, Arsenal conceded a total of 26 goals – 11 more than the Blues’ record.
Chelsea also lost just one game during that season, losing 1-0 to Manchester City in October 2004.
Liverpool will look to keep up their unbeaten Premier League record when they travel to the London Stadium to take on West Ham United on Wednesday 29th January.