The title belongs to Liverpool (30-3-2; 93 points), but history doesn't. The Reds need to win the remainder of their matches in order to set Premier League records for most wins and points in a single season.
That pursuit continues with a trip to the Emirates Stadium to play Arsenal (12-14-9; 50 points) on Wednesday. The Gunners' historic invincibility is safe from Jurgen Klopp's side, but Arsenal has far more than pride on the line against the champions. Arsenal are in ninth place, and they can't afford to drop many more points in pursuit of a UEFA Europa League place. The Gunners last missed out on playing in Europe in 1996, well before current manager Mikel Arteta's stint playing for the club.
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Wednesday's match, as well as every Premier League game played that day, will exclusively stream commercial-free on Peacock, NBCUniversal's free streaming service.
Here's how to watch Arsenal-Liverpool on Peacock.
When: Wednesday, July 15 at 3:00 P.M. ET/12:00 P.M. PT
Live stream: Peacock
Arsenal will be looking for some revenge when they host Leicester City on Tuesday morning, as the Foxes have defeated the Gunners in three of their last four matchups.
Jamie Vardy and Leicester City enter the contest third in the table, just four spots above Arsenal. Vardy has nine goals in his last nine league matches against the Gunners.
Here's how to watch Arsenal vs. Leicester City live from Emirates Stadium.
When: Tuesday, July 7 at 3:15 p.m. ET/12:15 p.m. PT
Live stream: NBC Sports
Arsenal wunderkind Bukayo Saka has a lot going for him. He's a Premier League regular as an 18-year-old, and he just signed a long-term contract with his boyhood club.
Oh, and Saka can score goals like this.
Saka's stunning first-half volley against Wolves on Saturday was the first of what Arsenal hope are many in his Premier League career, and it gave the Gunners the lead in their 2-1 win. The deflected cross was no problem for the teenager, and Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio could do nothing to stop Saka's striker from heading into the top corner.
Wolves entered the day in sixth place in the Premier League table, in large part because Nuno Espirito Santo's side hadn't conceded a goal in their last four Premier League matches. Thanks to the league suspending the season due to the coronavirus pandemic, it had been over four months since a Premier League side scored against them.
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Arsenal opened Project Restart with two consecutive defeats, but Saka's opener sent the Gunners on the path to their third straight Premier League win. They jumped to seventh with the win, and Arsenal remain eight points back of fifth-place Chelsea.
Saka's a bright part of the Gunners' future, but his goal Saturday shows why manager Mikel Arteta trusts the teenager so much in the present, too.