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Premier League leaders Chelsea set a new club record over the weekend by registering an eleventh consecutive league win within the same season for the first time. Here are the longest winning streaks since England's top flight was relaunched as the Premier League in 1992:11 wins: ChelseaThe team recovered form under interim manager Guus Hiddink and finished the season with a run of five successive wins. Scolari's permanent successor, Carlo Ancelotti, picked up where Hiddink had left off, overseeing six straight wins at the start of a season that would end with a free-scoring Chelsea team as league champions and FA Cup winners.February-August 2002Arsenal set a record for the most wins within a single Premier League season (13) and the most successive wins in the history of the English top flight (14) as they romped to a second league and FA Cup double under Arsene Wenger.
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