As we approach the end of the 2016/17 season, there remains a number of sides across Europe's top five leagues who have yet to taste defeat at home. Considering the competitiveness of the various leagues, this is some feat and the seven teams that still can boast an undefeated home record this season will be hoping to keep it going until the campaign finishes. Here are the 7 Teams Who Are Still Unbeaten at Home in Europe's Top 5 Leagues... The only representative from the Premier League, Spurs...
Had you told Hoffenheim fans a year ago that they would end the 2016/17 campaign undefeated at home and secure qualification to the Champions League for the first time in their history, they'd have probably laughed in your face.
However, the reality is just that, with 29-year-old manager Julian Nagelsmann taking over the club a year ago whilst they were flirting with relegation and transforming them into a top Bundesliga side in just 12 months.
Another surprise package in Europe this season, OGC Nice's 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain at the Allianz Riviera Stadium on Sunday all but confirmed their unbeaten streak at home for the entire season.
The Ligue 1 side remain in the hunt for the title and although the championship is extremely unlikely, Champions League football has been guaranteed for the likes of Mario Balotelli, Dante and Paul Baysse.
It's been a strange season for the men in yellow. Domestically, they've struggled and although Champions League qualification is done, BVB are 16 points off champions-elect Bayern Munich.
Nonetheless, the 'Yellow Wall' at the Signal Iduna Park have yet to see their side lose this season, with Thomas Tuchel's men saving their best form for in front of their dedicated supporters.
Another team who look increasingly likely to end the season disappointed, PSG's high standards mean that their Coupe de la Ligue success over a second string Monaco side will not have met the pre-season expectations.
Monaco look odds-on favourites to take the Ligue 1 title, while Barcelona performed a footballing miracle in knocking out the Parisian side in the Champions League round of 16. Nonetheless, Unai Emery's men have yet to be beaten at the Parc des Princes.
Having secured their 5th consecutive Bundesliga title, it's hardly a surprise to see Bayern Munich in this list. The Bavarian side are completely dominant in the top flight of German football, with the challenge from RB Leipzig earlier this season short lived.
The home support at the Allianz Arena have probably forgotten what it's like to see their side lose in the Bundesliga, and Real Madrid's victory in Bavaria ended a 16-game unbeaten streak at home in the Champions League.
Juventus' win over Genoa last week extended their unbeaten run at the Juventus Stadium to an incredible 33 games, which naturally means that the Old Lady are undefeated at home in the league this season.
Massimilano Allegri's side need just three points from their final four Serie A games to clinch what will be their 6th consecutive Scudetto and the
Bianconeri can attribute a lot of their success to their imperious form in Turin.
The only representative from the Premier League, Spurs will have to navigate a final fixture at home to Manchester United if they are to end the season undefeated at home, but you wouldn't put it past Mauricio Pochettino's men, who are currently on nine-game winning streak.
This is the North London club's final ever season at White Hart Lane, with a new ground being built on the same site, making their unbeaten run even more significant as they continue to chase Chelsea at the top of the table.