Premier League Records Liverpool “Can’t” Break This Season Despite Their Impressive Form

Liverpool has been impressive this season, they look to end the season unbeaten a record held by Arsenal “Invincibles” in 2004 and another record of most points if they win all their Premier League games. However, there are some records the Reds can no longer break this season despite their blistering form.

 

Fewest goals conceded
Record: 15
Held by: Chelsea (2004/05)
Liverpool’s minimum: 17
A record held by Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea in 2004/2005 season. Liverpool has conceded 17 goals this season meaning they won’t get to break Chelsea’s 2004-05 record of the team with most goals this season.

 

 

Fewest goals conceded at home

Record: Four
Held by: Manchester United (1994/95)
Liverpool’s minimum: 11
During the 1994/1995 season, Old Trafford only witnessed only 4 goals scored by away team. Liverpool letting 11 past them at Anfield means Manchester United still holds the record for most goals conceded at home in the Premier League.

 

Record: 106
Held by: Manchester City (2017/18)
Liverpool’s estimated total: 90
This looks like a record Liverpool can break. A record that was set by their title Contender this season. The Etihad outfit socred a whopping 106 goals in the 2017/2018 season. Can Jurgen Klopp’s side match this record? Maybe. They will have to score an average of three goals in there remaining 11 Premier League games.

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