11 wins – Chelsea (April to September 2009)
Guus Hiddink took the charge as interim manager when Luis Felip Scolari was sacked. He was successful in his short tenure as Chelsea led to Champions League semi-final. Hiddink enjoyed five recreations winning and led the team to a third-place finish in Premier League. Carlo Ancelotti was delegated as Chelsea’s manager for the following season and the team tasted six back to back wins. The triumphant run ends when Wigan notched up a surprise triumph, yet Chelsea went ahead to win the alliance.
Chelsea expanded their lead at the highest point of the Premier League table after a 1-0 win at the Stadium of Light against Sunderland. After the 3-0 defeat by Arsenal, Antonio Conte changed Chelsea’s style of play by moving to a 3-4-3 development. The change appears to have worked as they have won each and every match since then.