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What Premier League records could Man City still break this season?

| 30.04.2018

Manchester City delivered yet another stunning attacking display in their 4-1 win away to West Ham United on Sunday.

They’re already 8/11 favourites to retain the title next term. But this season isn’t over yet. And they could break several more records to really make their mark in the history books.

They’ve got games against Huddersfield Town, Brighton & Hove Albion and Southampton to comne. We’ve taken a look at what they’ve done so far and what they can still achieve in their last three games.

Premier League records already broken

Most consecutive league wins: City racked up 18 straight league wins between August and New Year’s Eve to set a new English football record.

Most consecutive away wins: 11 away wins on the bounce equalled Chelsea’s 2008 record.

Most passes in a game: City dominate the ball whether they’re at home or away. They beat their own record with 902 passes in their 1-0 win over Chelsea in March.

What’s still to play for?

Most points: City currently have 93 points. They only need two points from three games to equal Chelsea’s haul of 95 points from 2004-05. They’ve got a real chance to become the first team to break the 100-point barrier too.

Most wins in a single season: City have already drawn level with Chelsea’s record of 30 wins from last term. They’re 1/14 to beat Huddersfield this weekend and move clear.

Most goals: City only need one more goal to equal Chelsea’s return of 103 from 2009-10. Think Chelsea will break the goal and points records? You can get City to score 104+ goals and finish on 102 points combined for 11/8.

Highest goal difference: The Manchester side haven’t been too shabby at the back either. They’ve got the best defensive record in the top flight this term (26 goals conceded). Their goal difference is currently +76, well on track to beat Chelsea’s 09-10 record of +71.

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Daniel Anwar

Daniel has covered sports for Squawka, FourFourTwo and iSportconnect. He is a naively optimistic Arsenal fan and is also passionate about music, film and chicken wings.