According to the Sports Man, Talkshite, and the BBC. Below. It might be a slight technicality, but I'm sure City won 18 games on the run in the same 2017-18 season? I could be wrong? ;-) The 1st win was beating Bournemouth 1-2 on the 26th of August. The 18th win was beating Newcastle 0-1 on the 27th of December. City's PL 18 match unbeaten run *in the same season* came to and end with a 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace on the 31st of December. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2017–18_Manchester_City_F.C._season Liverpool. They've won their first 5 games this season. Winning another 5 games this season would make it 10 wins in a row in so far this season. Still 9 straight wins away from beating City's PL record of 18 wins in the same season. I see what the sports media in this country are starting do. They are including Liverpool's winning run from last season. Adding it to their first 5 wins this season. And hoping they will win the next 5 games this season, to make it 19 PL wins on the run. It's not like the sports media in this country to try and rewrite footballing history, is it, especially where their beloved Liverpool are concerned. BBC. It also means they have become only the fourth team to win 14 top-flight fixtures in a row, equalling Arsenal's record of 14 in 2002 and putting them one behind Manchester City's run of 15 in a row this year and four behind the 18 consecutive league wins City achieved in 2017.