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Premier League unbeaten run - where we stand

Mon 09 April 2018, 17:15|Tottenham Hotspur

Saturday's win at Stoke means Mauricio Pochettino and the players have equalled our best unbeaten run in the Premier League era.

Christian Eriksen has been credited with both goals - although Harry Kane claims the second - as we stretched that sequence to 14 matches.

Our last loss was at Manchester City on 16 December last year and since then, we've won 11 and drawn three matches.

We've also won six matches on the trot in the Premier League - equalling our second-best winning run in the Premier League era. Our best winning run in the Premier League is nine between 26 February and 30 April last season.

For the record, our best unbeaten run in the Premier League era is 14 matches between 16 August and 13 December, 2015, while our longest unbeaten sequence in league football goes back to our old Division Two title-winning season in 1949-50, when we put together 22 unbeaten matches between 31 August and 31 December, 1949.

In the top flight, our best unbeaten run is 20 matches in the old Division One between 21 January and 29 August, 1967.

UNDEFEATED LEAGUE RUNS

Best undefeated league runs:

22 matches – August 31 to December 31, 1949, Div 2, W18 D4
20 matches – January 21 to August 29, 1967, Div 1, W14 D6
19 matches – December 3, 1977, to March 27, 1978, Div 2, W8 D11
18 matches – April 23 to November 5, 1960, Div 1, W14 D6

Best in Premier League:

14 matches – August 16 to December 13, 2015, W6 D8
14 matches – From December 23, 2017, W11 D3
12 matches – December 16, 2012, to March 3, 2013, W8 D4
12 matches – August 13 to November 26, 2016, W6 D6
11 matches – September 10 to December 3, 2011, W10 D1
11 matches - October 22 to December 26, 1995, W5 D6
10 matches – November 23, 1994, to January 14, 1995, W6 D4

Last time 14 matches or more outside the Premier League era:

14 matches – November 10, 1984, to March 2, 1985, Div 1, W9 D5