Manchester City have another Premier League mark in their sights when they take on Chelsea on Sunday at the Etihad Stadium.
If the champions score at least twice, it will be the 15th Premier League home match in a row that they have done so.
That would make them the first club to have scored more than once on so many consecutive occasions at home.
The record City would beat was one set by Liverpool in 2013/14.
But City manager Pep Guardiola probably would not mind if his team scored only once so long as they win, as three points would take City back above Liverpool and to the top of the table again.