Despite being held by Burnley to a 1-1 draw on Sunday, Liverpool can still break some Premier League records before the end of the season.
The Reds had been confirmed as Champions two weeks ago after breaking records that included the most consecutive wins and most consecutive home wins, as well as defeating every team in the league at least once.
But they can still break more;
Title-winning points margin
The record is currently held by Man City after they left a 19-point gap between them and neighbours United in the 2017/18 season
Liverpool has a 21-point lead over City this season and will just need to match every result recorded by the Pep Guardiola side to break the record.
Most points in a single season (Manchester City-100 points)
City currently still holds the record which they recorded in the 2017/18 season. The Jurgen Klopp side is currently on 93 points with three games to spare; meaning a win in their three remaining games will do the trick for them.
Least home defeats in a season
If Liverpool goes undefeated at home in their remaining match against Chelsea at Anfield, they will have done so for the fourth time in the Premier League history; a record they will share with Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham.
Most wins in a single season (Manchester City-32 wins)
Liverpool is also on course to break City’s record of most wins in a single season. The Reds have won 30 times in the season and need to win their last three games to beat Manchester City’s record.