Longest Unbeaten Runs in the Premier League

Can you rank all of the clubs that have ever competed in the Premier League by their longest unbeaten run?
As of the end of the end of February 2020.
Bold indicates clubs competing in the 2019/20 Premier League season.
Where a club has multiple unbeaten runs of the same length, the most recent unbeaten run is listed.
†Indicates clubs that are now defunct.
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Last updated: May 23, 2020
First submittedJuly 29, 2018
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Club
7 May 2003 – 24 October 2004
49
Arsenal
12 January 2019 – 29 February 2020
44
Liverpool
23 October 2004 – 29 October 2005
40
Chelsea
8 April 2017 – 2 January 2018
30
Manchester City
11 April 2010 – February 2011
29
Manchester United
26 February – 6 November 1995
25
Nottingham Forest
23 December 2017 – 7 April 2018
14
Tottenham Hotspur
7 May – 5 November 2011
14
Newcastle United
4 September – 14 December 1996†
14
Wimbledon
30 August – 8 December 1993
14
Leeds United
27 February – 15 May 2016
12
Leicester City
24 October 2009 – 9 January 2010
12
Birmingham City
18 December 1999 – 15 March 2000
12
Aston Villa
19 October 1996 – 11 January 1997
12
Sheffield Wednesday
24 March – 25 August 2012
11
Everton
15 September – 8 December 2007
11
Portsmouth
3 October – 19 December 1998
11
Middlesbrough
13 February – 30 April 2016
10
West Ham United
10 November – 29 December 2012
10
Stoke City
25 August – 6 November 1999
10
Sunderland
24 October – 28 December 1992
10
Ipswich Town
9 November – 28 December 2008
9
Fulham
27 August – 5 November 2005
9
Wigan Athletic
23 November 2002 – 11 January 2003
9
Southampton
30 December 2000 – 3 March 2001
9
Charlton Athletic
25 January – 14 March 1995
9
Coventry City
18 November – 23 December 2017
8
Crystal Palace
2 May – 19 September 1998
8
Derby County
18 September – 20 November 1993
8
Norwich City
24 February – 7 April 2018
7
Bournemouth
23 December 2012 – 29 January 2013
7
Swansea City
12 February – 9 April 2011
7
West Bromwich Albion
2 January – 26 February 2006
7
Bolton Wanderers
3 April – 11 May 1993
7
Queens Park Rangers
24 February 2018 – 14 April 2018
6
Burnley
13 September – 25 October 2008
6
Hull City
1 January – 10 February 2007
6
Reading
31 January 2018 – 4 March 2018
5
Brighton & Hove Albion
28 November – 26 December 2015
5
Watford
13 November – 28 December 2010
5
Blackpool
21 April – 14 August 1993
5
Sheffield United
16 – 30 December 2017
4
Huddersfield Town
20 February – 19 March 2011
4
Wolverhampton Wanderers
20 March – 7 April 1993
4
Oldham Athletic
25 August – 14 September 2013
3
Cardiff City
21 – 30 April 2000
3
Bradford City
28 February – 14 March 1998
3
Barnsley
22 January – 5 February 1994
2
Swindon Town
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Level 67
Jul 30, 2018
Mate. Chelsea had a 40-match unbeaten run between 2004 and 2005. It would be wise to include that.
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Level 89
Jul 30, 2018
Thanks for the heads up! I don't know how I missed that, but I am grateful for comments like this. Change made.