For a while at the start of quite a few seasons in the Premier League it looked like the Arsenal record of being the only top flight club to go an entire season without losing a league match, in the modern era that is because Preston North End did it well over 100 years ago but times were very different then and they only played 22 games.
The Chelsea team of Jose Mourinho went a long time unbeaten a few years back and Man City have looked a bit unbeatable at the start of this season and the last one, but the only side yet to lose an EPL game so far this season is Tottenham and it just so happens that our north London rivals are heading to the Emirates to face Arsenal next.
It is not like the Gunners really need any extra motivation for a derby clash with the spuds but the desire to put them in their place and end any talk about them matching the achievement of the 2004-04 Arsenal should provide it anyway.
I am sure that Arsene Wenger will be keen to be the one to stop Pochettino sharing his invincible status and to be fair, they may be unbeaten but they are nowhere near the team of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and all. In fact they are not even in the top four after another draw at the weekend.
I am sure they would be happy with another point on Sunday but will their unbeaten status provide an extra spur to this Arsenal side to make sure that our own invincible record stays intact?