CHELSEA became just the second team ever to reach 600 Premier League wins when they beat Aston Villa 3-0 on Saturday.
They are now two wins ahead of Arsenal but still miles behind Manchester United who sit on 690.
The Blues have been in the top flight since its inception in 1992-93.
United, Tottenham, Everton, the Gunners and Liverpool are the others who have been in for the same amount of time and have all played 1,118 games in total.
Only Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea and United have won more than half of their Prem matches.
Current Premier League champions Manchester City rank just seventh in the list with 447 wins from 928 games.
But they have played the least Prem matches of all the top 10 teams having spent several seasons in the lower leagues in the last 29 years.
Newcastle, West Ham and Aston Villa complete the top ten with 369, 342 and 321 wins respectively.
While they are second in the list of overall Prem wins, Chelsea are also joint-second with City for total league titles on five.
United are also miles out in front on that ranking with 13.
Having pipped Arsenal in the race to 600, the gulf between the Gunners and their London rivals Chelsea looks likely to keep growing.
The North Londoners are floundering in 16th while the Blues are second.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and director of football Edu are under severe pressure.
While everything seems to be going just right at Stamford Bridge with the European champions looking almost unstoppable under Thomas Tuchel and with £97.5million signing Romelu Lukaku up front.