Records are made to be broken, every year some new records are made and some old ones are broken.
In 2011-12 Premier League saw the most enthralling and captivating title triumph when the margin of winning the league was just a single goal difference between Champions Manchester City and runners up Manchester United.
Last season was about the fairy-tale of Leicester City. They broke every myth of modern football, defied everything that stood in their way and reached to the pinnacle of English football.
Here, we look at the few records that will be there to be broken along with the new ones that would be made.
Least away wins in a season :
Held by a few clubs and 6 times in total, some of the bottom table teams would be hoping to not break this horrible record. Derby County in their horrendous and unforgettable season of 2007-08 didn’t just won a single game in whole campaign and no away wins at all.
Most consecutive league games without a win
Again, held by Derby County, going on 32 games winless streak in their 2007-08 campaign. Queens Park Rangers also went on 16 games winless run 2012-13 season. The new boys and the old ones, all will be hoping to avoid breaking such a record.
Most defeats on the road in a season.
Currently the record is held by Burnley and Clarets manager, Sean Dyche will be hoping at least his team won’t be the one breaking their own records, other PL clubs will also hope their away runs does at least some good to them.
All promoted clubs relegated in the same season
Happened only once in the history of Premier League and the new boys will be hoping it will stay one at the end of the season as they survive in staying up and not facing relegation.
Most goals scored in a single.
Last season, Aguero put 5 past Newcastle defense and became 5th player to score 5 goals in a game alongwith Jermaine Defoe, Berbatov, Shearer and Andy Cole.
With Costa, Kane, Aguero, Ibrahimovic, Hazard, De Bruyne and other top players in top form this one has a chance to broken this term.
Most Clean Sheets in a season
Held by former Manchester United legend, Edwin Van Der Sar, who kept 21 clean sheets shared by another legendary goalkeeper Petr Cech who also kept 21 clean sheets in 2004-05 season. Now with Antonio Conte at the helm and great defense ahead of him,Thiabut Courtois will be hoping to make this record his own. Hugo Lloris could also be one of the contenders for the record as Pochettino is making them one of the hardest teams to breach in Premier League.