The Invincibles: Teams that went through an entire season unbeaten
Should Juventus avoid defeat at home to Atalanta this weekend, they will join a select group of European teams to navigate an entire season without losing a single match.
The Old Lady of Turin has already sealed the Serie A title, their first since the 2002/03 season and the match-fixing scandal that rocked Italian football, but the chance to join 'The Invincibles' means there is all to play for on Sunday.
Here, we take a look at the teams from across Europe's top divisions who went through the entire season unbeaten in the league.
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