May 20, 2024

Premier League clubs with the longest unbeaten runs at home in League’s history

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Premier League is of the competitive leagues in the world and a dominant home record is pivotal to winning League’s trophy.

Title-winning teams have been based on outstanding results at home over the years, with Manchester United, Chelsea, and Liverpool all claiming silverware at their own fortresses in recent years.

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The top Premier League clubs with the longest home runs of the Premier League era

Chelsea – 86 games (March 2004-October 2008)

Chelsea’s incredible run of 86 league games without a loss at Stamford Bridge is way out in front and destroying the game for everyone.

The only surprise about the four-year run is that it only produced two league titles, back-to-back in 2005 and 2006, but it was an era in which they established themselves as United’s new opponents.

However, Liverpool, luckily, ended that run with a 1-0 victory.

Liverpool – 68 games (April 2017-January 2021)

Between 2017 and 2021, Liverpool FC won a lot of games at Anfield, but that streak came to an end when Ashley Barnes scored a goal for Burnley.

Manchester City – 37 games (December 2010-December 2012)

Manchester City’s ‘centurions’ of 2017/18 will go down in history for their record-breaking achievements, but it’s worth remembering that Roberto Mancini’s team did have some success in the past.

The bigger picture is frequently overlooked, but Sergio Aguero’s historic last-second league-winning goal against QPR in 2012 came after a frighteningly amazing run of home record that saw them go two years without losing at the Etihad.

It was the start of the club’s most successful period, and over the next ten years, they would go from strength to strength, eventually becoming the Premier League juggernaut we know today.

Manchester United – 36 games (December 1998-December 2000)

Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United team was quite good at the turn of the century.

They became the first team in English football history to win the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League treble in 1998/99, and they followed that up with another league victory the following season.

At their peak, they were unstoppable, with midfielders like Paul Scholes, David Beckham, and Roy Keane in charge, and Andy Cole thumping them in at the other end.

That quality was evident in their live performance. They went two years without losing at Old Trafford before Liverpool came in and wrecked the party with a spectacular Danny Murphy goal on 17 December 2000.

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