Liverpool are setting Premier League records in their title bid and they are on course to challenge several more in the second half of the season.
Having taken 103 points from a possible 105 in a run stretching back to 2018/19, we take a look at how they are rewriting the record books, and the next targets in sight.
When Liverpool reached 64 points from their opening 21 matches, it was the most a team had ever accumulated at that stage in any of Europe's top five leagues.
They have since extended their record, winning their following four fixtures to rack up 76 points from their first 26 matches.
With their 1-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur on 11 January, Liverpool set a record of 104 points from 38 Premier League matches, beating the 102 achieved by Man City and Chelsea, ending in 2018 and 2005 respectively.
The Reds' 25-point lead at the top is the biggest ever in English top-flight history.
Liverpool's 4-0 victory over Southampton on 1 February was their 20th consecutive Premier League home win, equalling Man City's record achieved between 2011 and 2012.
Chelsea, Man Utd and Man City have all managed 18 home wins in a Premier League season. Liverpool have won all 13 so far in 2019/20 and can become the first side to win all 19.
Liverpool's current total of 17 straight victories, which started against Spurs in October, is one short of Man City's 2017 record. The Reds play West Ham United next and could set a new mark at Watford on 29 February.
Liverpool are seven away from matching the 32 set by City in 2017/18 and 2018/19.
The Reds have won 12 of their 13 matches on the road and are now four away from matching Man City's total of 16 from 2017/18.
A victory in each of their remaining 12 matches would take Jurgen Klopp's side to a total of 112 points, beating Man City's record of 100.
Undefeated in their last 43 matches, Liverpool are six away from equalling Arsenal's record of 49 matches, a run that ended in 2004.
The Reds can become only the second team to remain unbeaten throughout a Premier League campaign, after Arsenal in 2003/04.
Should Liverpool avoid defeat this season, they will surpass the Gunners' record of going 539 days without losing between May 2003 and October 2004.
Man City won the title by 19 points in 2017/18 and Liverpool are on course to beat that figure.