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Premier League releases 25-man squads for 2017-2018 season

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With the close of the transfer window, Premier League rosters are now set for the season.

On Friday evening, after teams submitted their squads, the Premier League released each team’s 25-man squads for the current season.

There are some notable omissions. Arsenal left out Santi Cazorla, who continues to recover from an achillies injury while Chelsea left Abdul Baba Rahman off its list. However, Diego Costa was included on Chelsea’s roster despite the Spanish international’s attempts to force a move away. Southampton’s Virgil Van Dijk and Everton’s Ross Barkley made their club’s squads as well.

There are six Americans currently registered for the upcoming season. Stoke City’s Geoff Cameron, Newcastle United’s DeAndre Yedlin and Huddersfield Town’s Danny Williams are registered as senior squad members. Bournemouth’s Emerson Hyndman, Arsenal’s Gedion Zelalem and Chelsea’s Kyle Scott are registered as Under-21 players, while Tottenham’s Cameron Carter-Vickers, on loan at Sheffield United for the season, is also registered as an Under-21 player.

 

Per Premier League rules, no more than 17 players who don’t fulfill the league’s “home grown” requirements can be registered. A home grown player is someone who has been registered by the FA or the Welsh FA for three years before the age of 21.

Under-21 players, those born after January 1, 1996, are eligible to play in the Premier League this season without being registered. Teams can update and change their squads

Here’s a look at the 2017-2018 Premier League squads:


AFC Bournemouth
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Afobe, Benik*
Ake, Nathan Benjamin*
Allsop, Ryan*
Arter, Harry Nicholas*
Begovic, Asmir*
Boruc, Artur
Cook, Steve Anthony*
Daniels, Charlie*
Defoe, Jermain Colin*
Federici, Adam Jay
Francis, Simon Charles*
Fraser, Ryan
Gosling, Daniel*
Ibe, Jordon Femi Ashley*
King, Joshua Christian Kojo*
Mings, Tyrone Deon*
Pugh, Marc Anthony*
Smith, Adam James*
Smith, Bradley Shaun*
Stanislas, Felix Junior*
Surman, Andrew Ronald Edward*
Wilson, Callum Eddie Graham*

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Anthony, Jaidon
Boote, James Peter
Butcher, Matthew David
Camp, Brennan
Clements, Nathan John
Cook, Lewis John
Cope, Jake William
Cordner, Tyler Jack
Dennis, William Jonathon
Diaz, Antonio Javier
Dinsmore, Thomas Jack
Dobre, Mihai-Alexandru
Gillela, Dinesh
Glover, Ryan Michael Scott
Hanfrey, Thomas William
Harfield, Oliver John
Hobson, Shaun Jermaine
Holmes, Jordan Thomas
Hyndman, Emerson
Ibsen Rossi, Zeno
Jordan, Corey
Kilkenny, Gavin
Lee, Jordan Michael
Mahoney, Connor Anthony
Matthews, Samuel Lloyd
Morrison, Connal John
Mousset, Lys
Ndjoli, Mikael Bongili
Nippard, Luke Ryan
O’Connell, Keelan
O’Flaherty, Patrick
Ofoborh, Nathan Nnamdi Ugochukwu Benjamin Asigboro
Parker-Trott, Thomas James
Pope, Ashley
Quigley, Joseph Richard
Ramsdale, Aaron Christopher
Scrimshaw, Jake
Seaman, Charlie
Sherring, Sam
Simpson, Jack Benjamin
Stanton, Callum James Frank
Surridge, Samuel William
Taylor, Kyle Frazer
Travers, Mark
Vincent, Francis William
Ward, Calum Brian Joseph
Whitfield, Benjamin Michael
Worthington, Matthew Luke

Arsenal
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Akpom, Chuba*
Bellerin, Hector*
Cech, Petr
Chambers, Calum*
Coquelin, Francis*
Debuchy, Mathieu
Elneny, Mohamed Naser Elsayed
Giroud, Olivier
Holding, Robert Samuel*
Iliev, Deyan
Kolasinac, Sead
Koscielny, Laurent
Lacazette, Alexandre
Macey, Matthew Ryan Yes
Mertesacker, Per
Monreal, Ignacio
Mustafi, Shkodran
Ospina, David
Ozil, Mesut
Ramsey, Aaron James*
Sanchez, Alexis
Walcott, Theo James*
Welbeck, Daniel*
Wilshere, Jack Andrew*
Xhaka, Granit

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Amaechi, Xavier Casmier
Ballard, Daniel George
Balogun, Folarin Jerry
Barden, Daniel
Beckford, Jay Lloyd
Benson, Josh
Bielik, Krystian
Bola, Marc Joel
Bola, Tolaji
Bramall, Cohen
Burton, Robert
Clarke, Harrison Thomas
Crean, Alexander Felix
Daley-Campbell, Vontae
Dasilva, Pelenda Joshua Tunga
Dragomir, Vlad-Mihai
Eyoma, Aaron Jordan
Fortune, Yassin Enzo
Gilmour, Charlie Ian
Huddart, Ryan David
Iwobi, Alex
John-Jules, Tyreece Romayo
Johnson, Chiori
Keto, Hugo Oliver
Maitland-Niles, Ainsley
Mavididi, Stephy Alvaro
McEneff, Jordan John
McGuane, Marcus
McGuinness, Mark James
Medley, Zechariah Joshua Henry
Moore, Tafari Lalibela
Nelson, Reiss
Nketiah, Edward
Nwakali, Kelechi
Olayinka, Olujimi James Ayodele
Olowu, Joseph Olugbenga
Omole, Tobi
Osei-Tutu, Jordi
Pleguezuelo, Julio Jose
Reine-Adelaide, Jeff
Sheaf, Ben
Smith, Matthew Gerrard
Smith Rowe, Emile
Spencer-Adams, Bayli Alexander
Swanson, Zak
Thompson, Dominic
Tormey, Nathan Alexander
Virginia, Joao
Willock, Joseph George
Zelalem, Gedion

Brighton & Hove Albion
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Baldock, Samuel*
Bong, Thomas Gaetan
Duffy, Shane Patrick Michael*
Dunk, Lewis Carl*
Goldson, Connor*
Gross, Pascal
Hemed, Tomer
Hunemeier, Uwe
Izquierdo Mena, Jose Heriberto
Kayal, Beram
Knockaert, Anthony Patrick
Krul, Timothy Michael*
Maenpaa, Niki Emil Antonio
March, Soloman Benjamin*
Murphy, James
Murray, Glenn
Propper, David Petrus Wenceslaus Henri
Rosenior, Liam James*
Ryan, Matthew David
Saltor Grau, Bruno
Schelotto, Ezequiel Matias
Sidwell, Steven James*
Skalak, Jiri
Stephens, Dale Christopher*
Suttner, Markus

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Ajiboye, David Ibukun
Alzate, Steven
Araujo, Jordan Nando Marques
Ayunga, Jonah Ananias Paul
Barclay, Benjamin Philip
Barker, Danny Ryan
Bentley, George Richard
Bjordal, Henrik Rorvik
Brown, Isaiah Jay
Cashman, Danny Christopher
Cochrane, Alexander William
Collar, William Guy
Collings, Billy Paul
Connolly, Aaron Anthony
Cox, George Frederick
Dallison-Lisbon, Thomas Albert
Davies, Archie
Davies, Jordan Andrew
Ferguson, Charles Christopher
Fornah, Tyrese Momodu
Hall, Ben
Hornby-Forbes, Tyler Cecil
Hutchinson, Desmond John
Hutchinson, Isaac
Ibeh, Colombus
Kazukolovas, Kipras
Kerr, Joshua Reiss
Kone, Mamadou Saliou
Ljubicic, Stefan Alexander
Longman, Ryan James
Lynch Sanchez, Robert
Maguire-Drew, Jordan Luke
Mandroiu, Daniel Jordan
Mateju, Ales
McGill, Thomas Peter Wayne
Molumby, Jayson Patrick
Moore, Owen James
Morrison, Hamish John
Myles Meekums, Reece Christopher
Norman, Mathias Antonsen
O’Sullivan, Rian Michael
Sanders, Max Harrison
Shihab, Tareq Shakib
Tilley, James Alexander David
Tutt, Cameron
Vose, Bailey Jack
Weaire, Matthew
White, Benjamin William

Burnley
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Arfield, Scott
Bardsley, Phillip Anthony*
Barnes, Ashley Luke*
Brady, Robert*
Cork, Jack Frank Porteous*
Defour, Steven Arnold
Gudmundsson, Johann Berg
Heaton, Thomas David*
Hendrick, Jeffrey Patrick*
Legzdins, Adam Richard*
Long, Kevin Finbarr*
Lowton, Matthew John*
Marney, Dean Edward*
Mee, Benjamin Thomas*
Pope, Nicholas David*
Tarkowski, James Alan*
Taylor, Charles James*
Ulvestad, Fredrik
Vokes, Samuel Michael*
Walters, Jonathan Ronald*
Ward, Stephen Robert
Wells, Nahki
Westwood, Ashley Roy*
Wood, Chris*

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Agyei, Daniel Ebenezer Kwasi
Allan Meredith, Dylon Thomas
Bayode, Olatunde Tobias
Birch, Arlen Tom
Bruce, Adam David
Chakwana, Tinashe
Clarke, James Michael Neil
Cropper, Jordan
Dunne, James Gerard
Egan, Leighton Michael Paul
Flowers, Harry Edward
Fowler, Michael
Ginnelly, Joshua Lloyd
Harris, William
Howarth, Mark David
Jackson, Bradley Allen
Jumeau, Tristan Samuel
Kershaw, Ethan Samuel
King, Connor Lewis
Koiki, Abd-Al-Ali Morakinyo Olaposi
Layton, Samuel Jay Dixon
Leitch, Robbie
Limb, Harry
Massanka, Ntumba
McNeil, Dwight James Matthew
Metz, Khius
Mitchell, Conor
Moss, Daniel Thomas
Mpofu, Kwazinkosi
Mupariwa, Terry Tauyanashe
N’Guessan, Christian Dashiell Ruhemann
Nabi, Rahis
O’Neill, Aiden Connor
Samms, Akim McKenzie
Stone, Aiden Thomas
Taylor, Richard Akinfolarin
Thomas, Bobby Craig
Thomas, Jamie Carl
Wilson, Scott John
Wood, Tommy Paul
Wusiewicz, Marcel
Yari, Kian
Younger, Oliver

Chelsea
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Alonso Mendoza, Marcos
Azpilicueta Tanco, Cesar
Bakayoko, Tiemoue
Batshuayi-Atunga, Michy
Borges Da Silva, Willian
Caballero Lazcano, Wilfredo Daniel
Cahill, Gary James*
Courtois, Thibaut
Da Silva Costa, Diego
Dos Reis Carvalho, Eduardo
Drinkwater, Daniel Noel*
Fabregas Soler, Francesc*
Hazard, Eden
Kante, Ngolo
Luiz Moreira Marinho, David
Morata Martin, Alvaro Borja
Moses, Victor*
Remy, Loic
Rodriguez Ledesma, Pedro Eliezer
Rudiger, Antonio
Zappacosta, Davide

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Abraham, Tammy
Aina, Temitayo Olufisayo Olaoluwa
Akinjogbin, Adebambo Toluwanimi Ayotomiwa
Ampadu, Ethan
Angban, Bekanty Victorien
Baxter, Nathan
Boga, Jeremie
Brown, Charlie
Brown, Isaiah Jay
Bulka, Marcin
Chalobah, Trevoh Tom
Christensen, Andreas Bodtker
Christie-Davies, Isaac David
Clarke-Salter, Jake-Liam
Colkett, Charlie
Colley, Joseph
Collins, Bradley Ray
Cumming, James Andrew
Dasilva, Cole Perry
Dasilva, Jay Rhys
De Souza, Nathan Allan
Familia-Castillo, Juan Carlos
Gallagher, Conor
Grant, Joshua
Guehi, Addji Keaninkin Marc-Israel
Hudson-Odoi, Callum James
James, Reece
Lamptey, Tariq
Lavinier, Marcel
Loftus Cheek, Ruben
Maddox, Jacob
Masampu, Renedi
McCormick, Luke
McEachran, George James
Mola, Clinton
Mount, Mason
Muheim, Miro Max Maria
Musonda, Charles
Nartey, Richard Nicos Tettey
Nunes Nascimento, Robert Kenedy
Palmer, Kasey Remel
Pantic, Danilo
Panzo, Jonathan William
Quintero Quintero, Josimar Aldair
Rodriguez Gonzalez, Jhoao Leandro
Russell, Jonathan
Sammut, Ruben
Scott, Kyle
St Clair, Harvey
Sterling, Dujon
Suljic, Ali
Taylor-Crossdale, Martell
Thompson, Jared
Tomori, Fikayo
Ugbo, Ike
Uwakwe, Tariq
Wakefield, Charlie Mark
Wakely, Jack
Walters, Tushaun-Tyreese
Ziger, Karlo

Crystal Palace
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Benteke, Christian
Cabaye, Yohan
Dann, Scott*
Delaney, Damien Finbarr
Hennessey, Wayne Robert*
Kaikai, Sulaiman Borbor*
Kelly, Martin Ronald*
Ladapo, Olayinka Fredrick Oladotun*
Lee, Chung Yong
McArthur, James
Milivojevic, Luka
Mutch, Jordon James Edward Sydney*
Puncheon, Jason David Ian*
Sakho, Mamadou
Sako, Bakary
Schlupp, Jeffrey*
Souare, Pape N’Diaye
Speroni, Julian Maria
Tomkins, James Oliver Charles*
Townsend, Andros*
Van Aanholt, Patrick John Miguel*
Ward, Joel Edward Philip*
Wickham, Connor Neil Ralph*
Zaha, Dazet Wilfried Armel*

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Berkeley-Agyepong, Jacob Kwame
Boateng, David Nketiah
Boateng, Hiram Kojo Kwarteng
Brown, Tyler
Bryon, Lewis
Coates, Liam
Coker, Andre Jordan Coleridge
Daly, James Stanley
Demby, Andrew
Donkin, William Rupert James
Douglas, Kie
Dreher, Luke Garry
Elliott, Christopher Tchanga
Eyenga Lokilo, Jason
Flanagan, Kian
Fosu-Mensah, Evans Timothy Fosu
Fundi, Victor
Funnell, Matthew Ross
Gurung, Bivesh
Hanson, Ryan David
Henry, Dion-Curtis
Hungbo, Joseph Oluwagbemiga
Husin, Noor
Jno Baptiste, Francis
Kirby, Nya Jerome
Loftus Cheek, Ruben
Lumeka, Levi Jeremiah
Lynch, Kyle Jordan Victor
Malcolm, Joshua
Matthews, Drew
McGregor, Giovanni Donald
Mitchell, Tyrick
O’Dwyer, Oliver
Onen, Jayden Roy
Onoabhagbe, Ehizojie Martins
Ossai, Tariq Eddie
Ozono, Will
Peynado-Peart, Malachi Darnell
Phillips, Michael
Riedwald, Jairo Jocquim
Robertson, Sean Dominic
Serrato, Jordan
Tavares, Nikola
Wan-Bissaka, Aaron
Watson, Courtney Alfie Haynes
Webber, Oliver Henry
Woods, Samuel John

Everton
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Baines, Leighton John*
Barkley, Ross*
Besic, Muhamed
Bolasie, Yannick*
Byrne, Sam John*
Coleman, Seamus
Funes Mori, Jose Ramiro
Gueye, Idrissa Gana
Jagielka, Philip Nikodem*
Jones, Gethin Wynne*
Keane, Michael Vincent*
Klaassen, Davy
Lennon, Aaron*
Martina, Rhu-Endly Aurelio Jean-Carlo
McCarthy, James*
Mirallas Y Castillo, Kevin Antonio Joel Gislain
Niasse, Baye Oumar
Pickford, Jordan Lee*
Ramirez Castillo, Sandro
Robles Blazquez, Joel
Rooney, Wayne Mark*
Schneiderlin, Morgan*
Sigurdsson, Gylfi Thor*
Stekelenburg, Maarten
Williams, Ashley Errol*

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Adedoyin, Korede Yemi
Adeniran, Dennis Emmanuel Abiodun Bamidele Chijioke
Anderson, Joseph William
Ball, Charles Thomas
Baningime, Beni
Baxter, Nathan
Bowler, Joshua Luke
Bramall, Daniel Luke
Broadhead, Nathan Paul
Calvert-Lewin, Dominic
Charsley, Henry William James
Collins, Michael Kieran
Connolly, Callum Alexander
Corke, Jordan Robert
Davies, Thomas
Denny, Alexander
Donkor, Anton Leander
Dowell, Kieran O’Neil
Duke-McKenna, Stephen Winston
Dyson, Calum William
Evans, Antony Kenneth
Feeney, Morgan
Foulds, Matthew Colin
Galloway, Brendan Joel Zibusiso
Gibson, Lewis Jack
Gordon, Anthony Michael
Henen, David Boris Philippe
Hewelt, Mateusz Tomasz
Hilton, Joseph Robert
Holgate, Mason Anthony
Hornby, Fraser
John, Kyle Alex
Johnson, Matthew
Kenny, Jonjoe
Kerr, Sidney David Junior
Kiersey, Jack Alexander
Kinsella, Steven
Lavery, Shayne Francis
Lookman, Ademola Lookman Olajade Alade Aylola
Mampala, Manasse
Markelo, Nathangelo Alexandro
Mathis, Boris
McKeown, Bernard Joshua
Moore, Nathan
Murphy, Tomas Bernard
Onyekuru, Henry Chukwuemeka
Ouzounidis, Con
Phillips, Kieran James
Renshaw, Christopher Thomas
Richards, Elliot Thomas
Robinson, Antonee
Sambou, Bassala
Scully, Thomas
Simms, Ellis Reco
Stanley, Kameron Mark James
Vlasic, Nikola
Walsh, Liam
Warnock, Ethan Daniel
Warren, Tom
Williams, Joseph Michael
Zuk, Pawel Andrzej

Huddersfield Town
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Coleman, Joel*
Cranie, Martin James*
Depoitre, Laurent
Green, Robert Paul*
Hadergjonaj, Florent
Hefele, Michael Martin
Hogg, Jonathan*
Ince, Thomas*
Jorgensen, Mathias
Kachunga, Elias
Lolley, Joseph*
Lossl, Jonas
Lowe, Chris Jorg
Malone, Scott Liam*
Mooy, Aaron Frank*
Mounie, Steve
Quaner, Collin
Schindler, Christopher Wolfgang Georg August
Smith, Thomas George*
Van La Parra, Rajiv
Whitehead, Dean*
Williams, Daniel Charles

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Billing, Philip Anyanwu
Booty, Regan Jak
Boyle, Jack Alfie Andrew
Carvalho, Denilson Almeida Leonel
Cogill, Dylan Joseph
Colville, Luca Robert
Crichlow-Noble, Romoney
Dalling, Deshane
Daly, Matthew Paul
Danaher, George Charles
Dyson, Oliver Jason Lee
Edmonds-Green, Rarmani River Miguel Joseph
Eli, Jordan James Raphael
Gibson, Samuel Joseph
Gorenc Stankovic, Jon
High, Scott John
Horsfall, Fraser Matthew
Jackson, Ben Joseph
Kane, Danny
Marriott, Isaac William
Mewitt, Luke Edward
Mills, Benjamin Peter
Milovanovic, Saul
O’Brien, Lewis John
O’Malley, Mason Lewis
Obiero, Micah Obonyo Dulo
Palmer, Kasey Remel
Pyke, Rekiel Leshaun
Raymond, Dahomey Asher
Ryan, Tadhg Ryan
Sabiri, Abdelhamid
Schofield, Ryan James
Scott, Cedwyn
Taylor, Cameron Gerrard
Tear, Darren Dominic
Thomas, Jordan James Chattenton
Thompson, Oran James
Williams, Jordan Lee

Leicester City
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Albrighton, Marc Kevin*
Amartey, Daniel
Benalouane, Yohan
Dragovic, Aleksandar
Fuchs, Christian
Gordon, Joshua Luke
Hamer, Benjamin John*
Huth, Robert*
Iborra, Vicente
Jakupovic, Eldin
James, Matthew Lee*
King, Andrew*
Maguire, Harry*
Mahrez, Riyad
Martis, Liandro Rudwendry Felipe
Morgan, Westley Nathan*
Musa, Ahmed
Okazaki, Shinji
Schmeichel, Kasper Peter*
Silva, Adrien Sebastien Perruchet
Simpson, Daniel Peter*
Slimani, Islam
Ulloa Fernandez, Jose Leonardo
Vardy, Jamie*

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Barnes, Harvey Lewis
Bolkiah, Faiq Jefri
Bollard, Dylan Jack
Bramley, Max
Brown, Morgan Lea
Chilwell, Benjamin James
Choudhury, Hamza
Davies, Rhys Paul Richard
Debayo, Joshua Akinkunmi
Dewsbury-Hall, Kiernan
Edwards-John, Kairo
Elewa-Ikpakwu, Edward
Felix-Eppiah, Joshua
Fielding, Thomas Christian
Gill, Rubyn
Gray, Demarai Remelle
Heaven, George William
Hughes, Samuel Joseph
Husek, Lukas
Iheanacho, Kelechi
Iversen, Daniel
James, Leon Pitchaya
Johnson, Darnell Tobias Jack
Kapustka, Bartosz
Keaveny, Jozsef Phelim
Knight, Joshua Michael
Leshabela, Thakgalo Khanya
Makanjuola, Habib Abdulfatal
McLeod, Sammie
Meite, Alassane
Moore, Elliott Jordan
Muskwe, Admiral Dalindlela
Myring, Harrison
Ndidi, Onyinye Wilfred
Ndukwu, Layton Julius
Pascanu, Alexandru Stefan
Shade, Tyrese
Sherif, Lamine Kaba
Tee, Conor
Thandi, Simranjit Singh
Thomas, George Stanley
Thomas, Luke Jonathan
Uche Rubio, Raul
Ughelumba, Calvin
Watts, Dylan Billy
Williams, Kian
Wood, Connor
Yates, Cameron James

Liverpool
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Barbosa De Oliveira, Roberto Firmino
Bogdan, Adam
Can, Emre
Clyne, Nathaniel Edwin*
Coutinho Correia, Philippe
Flanagan, Jonathan*
Henderson, Jordan Brian*
Ings, Daniel William John*
Jones, Lloyd Richard*
Karius, Loris Sven
Klavan, Ragnar
Lallana, Adam David*
Lovren, Dejan
Mane, Sadio
Markovic, Lazar
Matip, Job Joel Andre
Mignolet, Simon
Milner, James Philip*
Moreno Perez, Alberto
Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alexander Mark David*
Robertson, Andrew
Salah, Mohamed
Sturridge, Daniel*
Ward, Daniel*
Wijnaldum, Georginio

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Adekanye, Omobolaji Habeeb
Alexander Arnold, Trent
Atherton, Daniel
Awoniyi, Taiwo
Boyes, Morgan
Brannagan, Cameron
Brewster, Rhian
Camacho, Rafael Euclides Soares
Chirivella Burgos, Pedro
Clayton, Thomas
Correia Gomes, Toni
Coyle, Liam
Dhanda, Yan
Dixon-Bonner, Elijah Malik
Driscoll-Glennon, Anthony
Ejaria, Oviemuno
Firth, Andrew
Garcia Rey, Juan Manuel
George, Shamal
Glatzel, Paul
Gomez, Joseph David
Grabara, Kamil
Griffiths, Daniel Lawrence
Grujic, Marko
Hunter, Jordan
Jaros, Viteslav
Johnston, George
Jones, Curtis
Kane, Herbie
Kelleher, Caoimhin
Kent, Ryan
Lattie, Diego Omar
Lennon, Brooks
Lewis, Adam
Longstaff, Luis James
Masterson, Conor
McAuley, Glen
Millar, Liam
Neves Alves, Paulo Manuel
Ojo, Oluwaseyi
Parker, Mich’El
Phillips, Nathaniel Harry
Raitanen, Patrik
Rodrigues De Souza, Allan
Sharif, Abdulrahman Mohamoud
Simmonds, Okera
Solanke-Mitchell, Dominic Ayodele
Tagseth, Edvard Sandvik
Turner, Alex
Virtue Thick, Matthew Joseph
Whelan, Corey
Whyte, Harvey
Williams, Ben
Williams, Neco Shay
Williams, Rhys
Wilson, Harry
Woodburn, Benjamin

Manchester City
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Aguero Del Castillo, Sergio
Bravo Munoz, Claudio Andres
Da Silva, Danilo Luiz
De Bruyne, Kevin
Delph, Fabian*
Gundogan, Ilkay
Jimenez Silva, David Josue
Kompany, Vincent
Luiz Roza, Fernando
Mangala, Eliaquim
Mendy, Benjamin
Mota Veiga de Carvalho E Silva, Bernardo
Otamendi, Nicolas
Santana de Moraes, Ederson
Sterling, Raheem Shaquille*
Stones, John*
Toure, Gnegneri Yaya
Walker, Kyle Andrew*

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Abdelkader Diaz, Brahim
Adarabioyo, Tosin
Agyepong, Thomas
Agyiri, Ernest
Amankwah, Yeboah
Ambrose, Thierry
Anderson, Curtis Rainford
Antuna Romero, Carlos Uriel
Barker, Brandon Lee
Blackshaw, Lewis Robert
Bolton, Luke Phillip
Bryan, Kean Shay
Buckley-Ricketts, Isaac
Celina, Bersant
Corrigan, Ryan
Davenport, Jacob Alexander
Dele-Bashiru, Ayotomiwa Sherif
Dele-Bashiru, Oluwafisayo Faruq
Diallo, Sadou
Dilrosun, Javairo Joreno Faustino
Duhaney, Demeaco
Esmoris Tasende, Jose Angel
Fernandes Cantin, Paolo
Fernando De Jesus, Gabriel
Foden, Philip Walter
Francis, Edward Albert
Frimpong, Jeremie
Garcia Alonso, Manuel
Garcia Martret, Eric
Garcia Serrano, Aleix
Garre, Benjamin Antonio
Gonzalez, Lorenzo Jose
Grimshaw, Daniel James
Gunn, Angus Fraser James
Haug, Christian Kjetil
Herrera Ravelo, Yangel Clemente
Humphreys-Grant, Cameron
Ilic, Luka
Kigbu, Ahogrenashinme
Kongolo, Rodney
Latibeaudiere, Joel Owen
Luiz Soares De Paulo, Douglas
Maffeo Becerra, Pablo
Matondo, Rabbi
Moreno Duran, Marlos
Muric, Arijanet Anan
Naah, Divine Yelsarmba
Nemane, Aaron Evans
Nmecha, Felix Kalu
Nmecha, Lukas
Nwakali, Chidiebere Chikioke
Ogbeta, Nathanael
Ogunby, Henri William
Oliver, Charles William Corrigan
Patching, William Luke
Poveda-Ocampo, Ian Carlo
Pozo La Rosa, Iker
Richards, Taylor Jerome
Roberts, Patrick John Joseph
Rosler, Colin
Sane, Leroy
Sarmiento Martinez, Erik
Scott, Thomas Henry
Simmonds, Keyendrah Qwamalik Tegan
Smith, Matthew
Smith-Brown, Ashley
Sokol, Pawel Kazimierz
Tanor, Collins
Touaizi Zoubdi, Nabil
Wilson, Tyreke
Wood, Marcus James
Yeboah, Yaw
Zinchenko, Oleksandr

Manchester United
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Bailly, Eric Bertrand
Blind, Daley
Carrick, Michael*
Darmian, Matteo
De Gea Quintana, David
Fellaini-Bakkioui, Marouane
Herrera Aguera, Ander
Ibrahimovic, Zlatan
Johnstone, Samuel Luke*
Jones, Philip Anthony*
Lindelof, Victor Jorgen Nilsson
Lingard, Jesse Ellis*
Lukaku, Romelu Menama*
Martial, Anthony Joran
Mata Garcia, Juan Manuel
Matic, Nemanja
Mkhitaryan, Henrikh
Pogba, Paul Labile*
Rojo, Faustino Marcos Alberto
Romero, Sergio German
Shaw, Luke Paul Hoare*
Smalling, Christopher*
Valencia Mosquera, Luis Antonio
Wilson, James Antony*
Young, Ashley Simon*

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Baars, Millen
Barlow, Aidan Will
Barrett, Jake George
Bernard, Di’Shon Joel
Bohui, Joshua Raymond
Boonen, Indy Zeb Pepe
Borthwick-Jackson, Cameron Jake
Bughail-Mellor, D’Mani Lucell
Burkart, Nishan Connell
Castro Pereira, Joel Dinis
Chong, Tahith
Dearnley, Zachary Harry
Dunne, Max Edward
Ercolani, Luca
Fojticek, Alex
Fosu-Mensah, Evans Timothy Fosu
Galbraith, Ethan Stuart William
Garner, James David
Gomes, Adilson Angel Abreu de Almeida
Gribbin, Callum Anthony
Hamilton, Ethan Billy
Henderson, Dean Bradley
Hoelgebaum Pereira, Andreas Hugo
Johnstone, Max Oliver
Kehinde, Tosin Samuel
Kenyon, Jake Barry
Laird, Ethan Benjamin
Levitt, Dylan James Christopher
McGhee, Dion Alex
McIntosh-Buffonge, Darren Raekwon
McTominay, Scott
Mitchell, Demetri Kareem
Moutha-Sebtaoui, Ilias
O’Connor, Lee Patrick
O’Hara, Kieran Michael
Olosunde, Matthew Olawale
Poole, Regan Leslie
Ramazani, Largie
Rashford, Marcus
Redmond, Devonte Vincent
Richardson, Theo Huw
Riley, Joe
Sang, Thomas Roy
Scott, Charlie Thomas
Spratt, Harry
Tanner, George
Thompson, James George
Tuanzebe, Axel
Warren, Tyrell Nathaniel
Whelan, Callum Tyler
Williams, Brandon Paul Brian
Williams, Ro-Shaun Oman
Willock, Matthew

Newcastle United
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Aarons, Rolando*
Clark, Ciaran*
Colback, Jack Raymond*
Darlow, Karl*
Diame, Mohamed
Dummett, Paul*
Elliot, Robert*
Gamez Duarte, Jesus
Gayle, Dwight Devon Boyd*
Gutierrez, Ayoze Perez
Haidara, Massadio
Hayden, Isaac Scot*
Lascelles, Jamaal*
Lejeune, Florian Gregoire Claude
Manquillo Gaitan, Javier
Mato Sanmartin, Jose Luis
Mbemba, Chancel Mangulu
Mitrovic, Aleksander
Murphy, Jacob Kai*
Ritchie, Matthew Thomas*
Saivet, Henri
Shelvey, Jonjo*
Sterry, Jamie Michael*
Twasam, Christian Atsu
Yedlin, Deandre

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Allan, Thomas David
Allen, Max
Aplin, Kieren Glen
Armstrong, Adam James
Aziakonou, Yannick
Bailey, Owen John Edward
Barlaser, Daniel Tan
Barrett, Ryan Thomas
Bartlett, Tyrique
Cameron, Kyle Milne
Cass, Lewis Graham
Charman, Luke
Cole, Thomas Anthony
Cumbreras, Jesus Nunez
Fernandez Satue, Victor
Gallacher, Owen John
Gamblin, Isaac William
Gibson, Liam Steven
Gilliead, Alex Nicholas
Goodridge, Mace Lewin
Harker, Nathan
Heaney, Mackenzie
Hunter, Jack David
Huuhtanen, Otto Eemeli
Joyce, Samuel Edward
Kitchen, Benjamin
Long, Oliver James
Longstaff, Matthew Ben
Longstaff, Sean David
Madia, Deese Kasinga
McNall, Lewis
Merino Zazon, Mikel
Newberry, Michael
O’Connor, Stefan Ramone Sewell
Pearson, Brendan Conor
Roberts, Callum
Robson, Jack
Russell, Kurtis
Sangare, Mohammed
Smith, Callum
Sorensen, Elias Fritjof Graenge
Spooner, Craig
Toney, Ivan Benjamin Elijah
Walters, Oliver Reece
Ward, Daniel John
Watts, Kelland John William James
Williams, Callum Dylan
Wilson, Adam Ayiro
Woodman, Frederick John
Woolston, Paul Hudson
Yarney, Josef Charles
Young, Jack

Southampton
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Alves Soares, Cedric Ricardo
Austin, Charlie*
Bertrand, Ryan*
Boufal, Sofiane
Davis, Steven*
Forster, Fraser Gerard*
Gabbiadini, Manolo
Gardos, Florin
Hoedt, Wesley
Hojbjerg, Pierre Emile Kordt
Lemina, Mario Rene Junior
Long, Shane Patrick*
McCarthy, Alex Simon*
McQueen, Samuel James*
Pied, Jeremy
Redmond, Nathan Daniel Jerome*
Rose, Jack Joseph*
Stephens, Jack*
Tadic, Dusan
Targett, Matthew Robert*
Taylor, Stuart James*
Van Dijk, Virgil
Vidal, Oriol Romeu
Ward-Prowse, James Michael Edward*
Yoshida, Maya

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Afolabi, Jonathan
Bakary, Mohamed Richard
Barnes, Marcus Thomas
Bartlett, Daniel Grahame
Bednarek, Jan
Bradley Green, Jamie
Cook, Oliver David Paul
Cull, Alexander
Cull, Benjamin Simon
Davis, Harrison
Ferry, William
Flannigan, Jake
Fleary, Taymar
Freeman, Kieran
Gardner, Oliver
Hale, Harlem
Hamblin, Harry Mark
Hesketh, Jake Alexander
Johnson, Tyreke Martin
Jones, Alfie
Klarer, Christoph
Latham, Kingsley Finn
Lewis, Harry Charles John
Little, Armani
Mdlalose, Siphesihle Thembinkosi
Nlundulu, Dan
Norton, Christian Anthony
O’Connor, Thomas James
O’Driscoll, Aaron
Obafemi, Michael Oluwadurotimi
Olomola, Olufela
Olufunwa, Oludare Samuel Araba
Parkes, Adam Darren
Ramsay, Kayne
Rowthorn, Ben John
Seager, Ryan Paul
Sims, Joshua Samuel
Siu, Javen Michael
Slattery, Callum
Smallbone, William Anthony Patrick
Tella, Nathan
Valery, Yan
Vokins, Jake
Wood, William Nicholas

Stoke City
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Adam, Charles Graham
Afellay, Ibrahim
Allen, Joseph Michael*
Berahino, Saido*
Butland, Jack*
Cameron, Geoff Scott
Choupo-Moting, Eric Maxim
Crouch, Peter James*
Diouf, Mame Biram
Fletcher, Darren Barr*
Grant, Lee Anderson*
Haugaard, Jakob
Ireland, Stephen James*
Johnson, Glen McLeod Cooper*
Martins Indi, Rolando Maximiliano
Pieters, Erik
Rodriguez Ruiz, Jese
Shaqiri, Xherdan
Shawcross, Ryan James*
Wimmer, Kevin
Zouma, Kurt Happy

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Abdallah, Hakim
Allen, Mitchell
Ayoola, Olusola Adeola
Balde, Rachid
Banks, Lewis
Bursik, Josef John
Butler, James Anthony
Campbell, Tyrese Kai
Cherdieu, Andrew
Collins, Nathan Michael
Da Silva Monteiro, Venancio
Deczki, Mate
Devlin, Jack
Diallo, Mohamed
Dunwoody, Jake
Edwards, Thomas Adam
El Ouariachi, Mohamed
Forrester, William
Greenidge, Jordan Neil
Gyollai, Daniel
Hill, Ryan
Jarvis, Daniel Adam
Jennings, James Jordan
Karamoko, Vazoumana
Lecygne, Eddy
Marques De Almeida Vieira Da Silva, Luis
McJannet, Cameron Allan
Murphy, Max
Mvovi, Joel Kaduba
Ngoy Bin Cibambi, Julien Fontaine
Pemberton, Tre Kingsley
Russo, Connor Mickel
Shenton, Oliver
Sobhi, Ramadan
Sorensen, Lasse
Souttar, Harry
Stanton, Ethan Bradley
Sweeney, Ryan Joseph
Szereto, Krisztofer
Telford, Dominic
Toure, Abdoulaye
Twyford, Jacob Thomas
Tymon, Joshua Lewis
Verlinden, Thibaud
Waddington, Mark Thomas
Wara, Semi Scott

Swansea City
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Ayew, Jordan
Baker-Richardson, Courtney
Bartley, Kyle*
Bony, Wilfried Guemiand
Britton, Leon James*
Carroll, Thomas James*
Clucas, Samuel Raymond*
Dyer, Nathan Antone Jonah*
Fabianski, Lukasz
Fer, Leroy
Fernandez, Federico
Fulton, Jay
Gorre, Kenji Joel*
Ki, Sung Yueng
King, Adam
Mawson, Alfie Robert John*
Mesa Quevedo, Roque
Mulder, Erwin
Narsingh, Luciano
Naughton, Kyle*
Nordfeldt, Bo Kristoffer
Olsson, Martin Tony Waikwa*
Routledge, Wayne Neville Anthony*
Van Der Hoorn, Mike Adrianus Wilhelmus
Zaragoza, Angel Rangel

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Abraham, Tammy
Bainbridge, Jack McKenzie
Benda, Steven
Berry, Cameron
Bia Bi, Botti Boulenin
Blair, Ryan Dominic
Blake, Matthew
Byers, George William
Cabango, Benjamin
Cooper, Brandon James
Cooper, Oliver Joseph
Cullen, Liam Jamie
Darame, Causso
Davies, Keston Ellis
Davies, Mael Daniel
Davies, Thomas Craig
De Boer, Cornelis Henricus Johannes
Dulca, Marco-Alexandru
Erickson, Benjamin James
Evans, Cameron James
Evans, Jack
Evans, Keiran
Evans, Owen Jarrett
Fox, Jack Robert
Garrick, Jordon D’Andre
Gudjohnsen, Arnor Borg
Harries, Cian William Thomas
Hazell, Finley Morgan
James, Daniel
Jones, Jordan Levi
Jones-Thomas, Mason Jake
Junior Luz Sanches, Renato
Lang, Alex William
Lewis, Aaron James
Lewis, Joe Cameron
Maric, Adnan
McBurnie, Oliver
Owen, Bailey Elis
Plezier, Tom Pieter
Price, Thomas Owen
Reed, Scott Steven Joseph
Reid, Jayden Andrew
Reid, Tyler
Roberts, Matthew Marcus Josef
Rodon, Joseph Peter
Shepperd, Nathan
Thomas, Lewis Rhys
Walsh, Marc Thomas
Williams, Daniel Patrick
Williams, Rhydian Iolo
Wynter-Coles, Shaquille Leighton Gaston

Tottenham Hotspur
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Alderweireld, Toby Albertine
Aurier, Serge
Davies, Benjamin Thomas*
Dembele, Mousa
Dier, Eric Jeremy Edgar
Eriksen, Christian
Gazzaniga, Paulo Dino
Heung-Min, Son
Janssen, Vincent Petrus Anna Sebastiaan
Kane, Harry*
Lamela, Erik
Llorente Torres, Fernando Javier
Lloris, Hugo
Nkoudou Mbida, Georges-Kevin
Rose, Daniel Lee*
Sissoko, Moussa
Trippier, Kieran John*
Vertonghen, Jan
Vorm, Michel
Wanyama, Victor

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Alli, Bamidele Jermaine
Amos, Luke Ayodele
Austin, Brandon Anthony
Bennetts, Keanan Chidozie
Bowden, Jamie Patrick
Brown, Jaden
Carter-Vickers, Cameron
Clarke, Rayan Romario
De Bie, Jonathan
Dinzeyi, Jonathan Toko Lema
Duncan, Dylan
Edwards, Marcus
Eyoma, Timothy Joel
Foyth, Juan Marcos
Freeman, Charlie
Georgiou, Anthony Michael
Glover, Thomas William
Griffiths, Reo Revaldo
Harrison, Shayon
Hinds, Tariq Devontae Aaron
Lock, Matthew Joseph
Loft, Ryan
Lyons-Foster, Brooklyn
Maghoma, Christian
Maghoma, Edmond-Paris
Markanday, Dilan Kumar
Marsh, George Owen
Miller, William
Mukendi, Jeremie
Oakley-Boothe, Tashan
Ogilvie, Connor Stuart
Okedina, Jubril Adesope
Oluwayemi, Oluwaferanmi Joshua Chibuzo
Omolabi, Moroyin
Onomah, Joshua
Patterson, Phoenix MacLaren
Pochettino, Maurizio
Pritchard, Joe Cameron
Reynolds, Jamie Joe
Richards, Rodel
Roles, Jack
Sanchez Mina, Davinson
Shashoua, Armando
Shashoua, Samuel
Skipp, Oliver William
Statham, Maxwell Louis
Sterling, Kazaiah
Tainio, Maximus Mikael
Tanganga, Japhat Manzambi
Thorpe, Elliot Morgan
Tracey, Shilow
Tsaroulla, Nicholas
Walker-Peters, Kyle
Walkes, Anton
Whiteman, Alfie
Winks, Harry

Watford
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Bachmann, Daniel*
Britos Cabrera, Miguel Angel
Capoue, Etienne
Carrillo Diaz, Andre Martin
Chalobah, Nathaniel Nyakie*
Cholevas, Chose Loint
Cleverley, Thomas William*
Deeney, Troy Matthew*
Doucoure, Abdoulaye
Femenia Far, Francisco
Gomes, Heurelho Da Silva
Gray, Andre Anthony*
Hughes, William James*
Janmaat, Daryl
Kabasele, Christian
Kaboul, Younes
Karnezis, Orestis-Spyridon
Mariappa, Adrian Joseph*
Okaka, Stefano Chuka
Pereyra, Roberto Maximiliano
Prodl, Sebastian
Wague, Molla
Watson, Ben*
Zeegelaar, Marvin Romeo Kwasie

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Adebiyi, Emmanuel
Adedeji, Jubril
Barrozo Rodrigues, Matheus Aias
Becerra Maya, Juan Camillo
Bennetts, Jayden
Bradbury, Harvey Lee
Cabrera, Jesus Cruz
Charles, Ashley James
De Andrade, Richarlison
Eleftheriou, Andrew
Empson, Bradley
Estupinan Tenorio, Pervis Josue
Fobi, Kingsley
Folivi, Michael Kwaku
Forster, Harry James
Gartside, Nathan James
Gordon, Lewis
Hoskins, James Michael
Howes, Samuel Scott
Hudson, Harry Jonathan
Huja, Marian
Jakubiak, Alexander Louis
Jones, Ben Anthony
Kaikay, Yazid
Karisic, Strahinja
Lacy, Jamie Sebastian
Leighton, Tom Craig
Lewis, Dennon Elliot
Mason, Brandon Alexander
McLean Cassidy, Ryan Michael
Merreh, Sulayman
Miller, Reece
Montenegro Zuniga, Eduardo Antonio
Mukena, Joy-Richard
Mullings, Michael Koray
Oulare, Mamadou Obbi
Penaranda Maestre, Adalberto
Pereira, Dion Enrico
Phillips, Daniel Shaquille Jabari
Rogers, Louis Ronald
Rowan, Charles Alfred
Ryan, Maximillian Medwyn Richard John
Sanders, Kai Sidney
Santana Ferreira, Matheus Henrique
Segura Portocarrero, Jorge Andres
Sesay, David Junior Deen
Sesay, Samuel Santigie
Sinclair, Jerome Terence
Stevens, Connor John
Stewart, Carl Leon
Stray, Reece Daniel
Suarez Charris, Luis Javier
Success Ajayi, Isaac
Tricker, Ben
Velasquez Reyes, Williams Daniel
Williams, Randell

West Bromwich Albion
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Barry, Gareth*
Brunt, Christopher*
Chadli, Nacer
Dawson, Craig*
Elsayed Ali Elsayed Hegazy, Ahmed
Evans, Jonathan Grant*
Foster, Ben*
Gibbs, Kieran James Ricardo*
Krychowiak, Grzegorz
Livermore, Jake Cyril*
McAuley, Gareth Gerald
McClean, James Joseph
Morrison, James Clark*
Myhill, Glyn Oliver*
Nyom, Allan
Phillips, Matthew*
Robson-Kanu, Thomas Hal*
Rodriguez, Jay Enriqus*
Rondon, Jose Solomon
Yacob, Claudio

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Asomugha, Stanley
Azaz, Finn
Biddle, Bobbie
Bradley, Alex
Brown, Zak
Burke, Oliver Jasen
Campbell, Tahvon
Cann, Ted Barnaby
Chambers, Maurice Jack
Clayton-Phillips, Nicholas
Donnellan, Shaun
Edwards, Kyle Hakeem
Ferguson, Nathan
Field, Samuel
Fitzwater, Jack Joseph
Hall, Myles
Harmon, George
Harper, Rekeem
Healy, Kevin
Holsgrove, Kieran
House, Bradley Roy
Howkins, Kyle
Jameson, Kyle Alexander
Keranovic, Jasmin
Leko, Jonathan Kisolokele
Martinez, Pablo Jacob
McCourt, Jack
McCourt, Robbie
Melbourne, Max
Meredith, Daniel William
Morrison, Taylor
Morton, Callum Damian Peter
O’Shea, Dara
Ojebode, Yusuff Akinola Olatunji
Palmer, Alexander
Pierce, Benjamin Alan
Pierce, Evan
Przybek, Adam
Roberts, Tyler
Ross, Ethan Walker
Sharpe, Thomas
Soleman, Aram
Soule, Jamie
Taylor, Peter James
Tulloch, Rayhaan Rahim Amari
White, Aksum
Wilding, Samuel
Wilson, Kane
Zhang, Yuning

West Ham United
25 Squad players (*=Home grown)
Antonio, Michail Gregory*
Arnautovic, Marko
Ayew, Andre Morgan Rami
Byram, Samuel Mark*
Carroll, Andrew Thomas*
Collins, James Michael*
Cresswell, Aaron*
Fonte, Jose Miguel
Hart, Charles Joseph John*
Henry, Doneil Jor-Dee Ashley
Hernandez Balcazar, Javier
Kouyate, Cheikhou
Lanzini, Manuel
Makasi, Kusu Moses*
Masuaku Kawela, Fuka-Arthur
Noble, Mark James*
Obiang Avomo, Pedro Mba
Ogbonna, Obinze Angelo
Reid, Winston Wiremu
Sakho, Diafra
San Miguel Del Castillo, Adrian
Zabaleta Girod, Pablo Javier

Under-21 players (Contract and Scholars)
Adarkwa, Sean Jordan
Akinola, Olatunji Oluwasehun
Alese, Ajibola
Barrett, Mason
Belic, Kristijan
Browne, Marcus Alexander
Burke, Reece
Costa Da Rosa, Bernardo
Coventry, Conor
Cullen, Joshua Jon
Dalipi, Kevin
Diangana, Grady
El Mhassani, Anouar
Fernandes Ribeiro, Edimilson
Haksabanovic, Sead
Hamilton, Malyk
Hannam, Reece Phillip Peter
Hector-Ingram, Jahmal Justin
Henry, Korrey
Holland, Nathan Elliot
Johnson, Benjamin
Kemp, Daniel
Lewis, Alfie
Longelo Mbule, Emmanuel
Longelo-Mbule, Rosaire
Martinez Lopez, Antonio
Matrevics, Rihards
Miller, Ethan
Mingi, Jade Jay
Neufville, Vashon
Ngakia, Jeremy
Oxford, Reece Joel
Pask, Joshua David
Pike, Alexander George
Powell, Joe
Quina, Domingos
Rice, Declan
Samuelsen, Martin
Scully, Anthony Richard
Spyridis, Odysseas
Sylvestre, Noha
Trott, Nathan Wallace Newman
Watson, Louie Shaun
Wells, Ben

NBC Sports Premier League schedule

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The new NBC Sports Premier League schedule for the 2019-20 season has been released, with time and dates for the upcoming matchweeks confirmed and here’s how you can watch it all live on TV in the USA.

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With games spread out across multiple days and many in separate time slots, there are lots of changes to your regular schedule as the league returns on June 17 after being suspended on March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Games will be played in empty stadiums and at home venues.

The full TV schedule for the games this month are below, plus you can watch every single second of every single game live online via NBC Sports.com, the NBC Sports App and by purchasing the “Premier League Pass” via NBC Sports Gold and the new Peacock streaming service from NBC.

Below is the new schedule for the Premier League on NBC Sports from June 17 to July 22 , as we will release the dates and times for the final matchweek of the 2019-20 season when they become available and how to watch them in the USA.


Premier League: How to watch, schedule in USA (all times EST)

Matchday 29

Wednesday, June 17: Aston Villa 0-0 Sheffield United
Wednesday, June 17: Man City 3-0 Arsenal

Matchday 30

Friday, June 19: Norwich 0-3 Southampton
Friday, June 19: Tottenham 1-1 Man United
Saturday, June 20: Watford 1-1 Leicester
Saturday, June 20: Brighton 2-1 Arsenal
Saturday, June 20: West Ham 0-2 Wolves
Saturday, June 20: Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace
Sunday, June 21: Newcastle 3-0 Sheffield United
Sunday, June 21: Aston Villa 1-2 Chelsea
Sunday, June 21: Everton 0-0 Liverpool
Monday, June 22: Man City 5-0 Burnley

Matchday 31

Tuesday, June 23: Leicester 0-0 Brighton
Tuesday, June 23: Tottenham 2-0 West Ham
Wednesday, June 24: Man United 3-0 Sheffield United
Wednesday, June 24: Newcastle 1-1 Aston Villa
Wednesday, June 24: Norwich 0-1 Everton
Wednesday, June 24: Wolves 1-0 Bournemouth
Wednesday, June 24: Liverpool 4-0 Palace
Thursday, June 25: Southampton 0-2 Arsenal
Thursday, June 25: Burnley 1-0 Watford
Thursday, June 25: Chelsea 2-1 Man City

Matchday 32

Saturday, June 27: Aston Villa 0-1 Wolves
Sunday, June 28: Watford 1-3 Southampton
Monday, June 29: Crystal Palace 0-1 Burnley
Tuesday, June 30: Brighton 0-3 Man United
Wednesday, July 1: Everton 2-1 Leicester
Wednesday, July 1: Bournemouth 1-4 Newcastle
Wednesday, July 1: Arsenal 4-0 Norwich
Wednesday, July 1: West Ham 3-2 Chelsea
Thursday, July 2: Sheffield United 3-1 Tottenham
Thursday, July 2: Man City 4-0 Liverpool

Matchday 33

Saturday, July 4: Norwich City 0-1 Brighton
Saturday, July 4: Leicester 3-0 Crystal Palace
Saturday, July 4: Man United 5-2 Bournemouth
Saturday, July 4: Wolves 0-2 Arsenal
Saturday, July 4: Chelsea 3-0 Watford
Sunday, July 5: Burnley 1-1 Sheffield United
Sunday, July 5: Newcastle United 2-2 West Ham
Sunday, July 5: Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa
Sunday, July 5: Southampton 1-0 Man City
Monday, July 6: Tottenham 1-0 Everton

Matchday 34

Tuesday, July 7: Crystal Palace 2-3 Chelsea
Tuesday, July 7: Watford 2-1 Norwich City
Tuesday, July 7: Arsenal 1-1 Leicester City
Wednesday, July 8: Man City 5-0 Newcastle
Wednesday, July 8: Sheffield United 1-0 Wolves
Wednesday, July 8: West Ham 0-1 Burnley
Wednesday, July 8: Brighton 1-3 Liverpool
Thursday, July 9: Bournemouth 0-0 Tottenham
Thursday, July 9: Everton 1-1 Southampton
Thursday, July 9: Aston Villa 0-3 Manchester United

Matchday 35

Saturday, July 11: Norwich City 0-4 West Ham
Saturday, July 11: Watford 2-1 Newcastle United
Saturday, July 11: Liverpool 1-1 Burnley
Saturday, July 11: Sheffield United 3-0 Chelsea
Saturday, July 11: Brighton 0-5 Manchester City
Sunday, July 12: Wolves 3-0 Everton
Sunday, July 12: Aston Villa 2-1 Crystal Palace
Sunday, July 12: Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal
Sunday, July 12: Bournemouth 4-1 Leicester City
Monday, July 13: Man United v. Southampton, 3 p.m. ET, NBCSN

Matchday 36

Tuesday, July 14: Chelsea v. Norwich, 3:15 p.m. ET
Wednesday, July 15: Burnley v. Wolves, 1 p.m. ET
Wednesday, July 15: Man City v. Bournemouth, 1 p.m. ET
Wednesday, July 15: Newcastle v. Tottenham, 1 p.m. ET
Wednesday, July 15: Arsenal v. Liverpool, 3:15 p.m. ET
Thursday, July 16: Everton v. Aston Villa, 1 p.m. ET
Thursday, July 16: Leicester v Sheffield United, 1 p.m. ET
Thursday, July 16: Crystal Palace v. Man United, 3:15 p.m. ET
Thursday, July 16: Southampton v. Brighton, 3:15 p.m. ET
Friday, July 17: West Ham v. Watford, 3 p.m. ET

Matchday 37

Saturday, July 18: Norwich City v. Burnley, 12:30 p.m. ET
Sunday, July 19: Bournemouth v. Southampton, 9 a.m. ET
Sunday, July 19: Tottenham v. Leicester, 11 a.m. ET
Monday, July 20: Brighton v. Newcastle, 1 p.m. ET
Monday, July 20: Sheffield United v. Everton, 1 p.m. ET
Monday, July 20: Wolves v. Crystal Palace, 3:15 p.m. ET
Tuesday, July 21: Watford v. Man City, 1 p.m. ET
Tuesday, July 21: Aston Villa v. Arsenal, 3:15 p.m. ET
Wednesday, July 22: Man United v. West Ham, 1 p.m. ET
Wednesday, July 22: Liverpool v. Chelsea, 3:15 p.m. ET

Premier League standings

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The Premier League is back a three month suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic. Below you will find a reminder of the Premier League standings as we get back to business.

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With three matchweeks remaining in the 2019-20 Premier League season, there is plenty to play for up and down the league and the standings are extremely tight.

Liverpool have wrapped up the Premier League in stunning fashion over Man City, with the reigning champions and current second-place side eager to focus on cup competitions.

Three of the top four should stay there unless Leicester City’s form dips considerably, but the race for fourth and fifth should be fierce. We may know whether fifth is a Champions League place after scheduled June 8-10 meetings to hear Man City’s appeal over its European ban.

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With between nine and 10 matches left for everyone and eighth potentially being a Europa League spot, all the teams between fourth and 11th still have European hopes in the balance. That would change should Norwich City or Newcastle win the FA Cup, so call it 13 clubs.

The action is going to come fast and often, with the league putting together a staggered schedule of kickoff times that will make matches even more of an all-weekend affair.

Below are the Premier League standings in full, as we will updated them throughout the remainder of the 2019-20 season.

PREMIER LEAGUE STANDINGS

Team GP W D L GF GA GD Home Away PTS
 Liverpool 35 30 3 2 76 27 49 17-1-0 13-2-2 93
 Manchester City 35 23 3 9 91 34 57 13-2-2 10-1-7 72
 Chelsea 35 18 6 11 63 49 14 9-3-5 9-3-6 60
 Leicester City 35 17 8 10 65 36 29 10-4-3 7-4-7 59
 Manchester United 34 16 10 8 59 33 26 10-5-2 6-5-6 58
 Wolves 35 14 13 8 48 37 11 7-7-4 7-6-4 55
 Sheffield United 35 14 12 9 38 33 5 10-3-5 4-9-4 54
 Tottenham Hotspur 35 14 10 11 54 45 9 11-3-4 3-7-7 52
 Arsenal 35 12 14 9 51 44 7 8-6-3 4-8-6 50
 Burnley 35 14 8 13 39 47 -8 8-3-6 6-5-7 50
 Everton 35 12 9 14 41 52 -11 8-6-3 4-3-11 45
 Southampton 34 13 5 16 43 56 -13 5-2-10 8-3-6 44
 Newcastle United 35 11 10 14 36 52 -16 6-8-3 5-2-11 43
 Crystal Palace 35 11 9 15 30 45 -15 6-4-7 5-5-8 42
 Brighton & Hove Albion 35 8 12 15 36 52 -16 5-6-7 3-6-8 36
 West Ham United 35 9 7 19 44 59 -15 5-3-9 4-4-10 34
 Watford 35 8 10 17 33 54 -21 6-6-6 2-4-11 34

 Bournemouth 35 8 7 20 36 60 -24 5-6-7 3-1-13 31
 Aston Villa 35 8 6 21 38 65 -27 6-3-9 2-3-12 30
 Norwich City 35 5 6 24 26 67 -41 4-3-11 1-3-13 21

Leicester ‘too soft, lacked courage’ after stunning collapse at Bournemouth

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Leicester ‘lacked courage’ according to reaction from their manager and captain as an inquest was held in the aftermath of their stunning collapse at Bournemouth on Sunday.

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The Foxes led 1-0 at half time but a few minutes of madness saw them make huge errors, have Caglar Soyuncu sent off and concede four goals as they lost 4-1 at relegation-threatened Bournemouth and are now in real danger of not qualifying for the Champions League.

Speaking to Sky Sports after the game in an interview, Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers shared his reaction lambasted his side for their unbelievable collapse at Bournemouth

“We lacked courage in the second half, to take the ball,” Rodgers said. “We had good opportunities and decent control in the first half. They changed their shape a little bit. For the first 15 minutes you’ve got to grind it out. They’ve got nothing to lose and have to come after the game. You’ve got to grind it out in football sometimes. You can always play fantastic football. That first 15 minutes we did that but we weren’t making quick enough angles, weren’t taking responsibility on the ball. We concede the penalty, which is then, okay, we get to 1-1. But we still have to show a greater mentality in the game. It is something that surprised me, to be honest. In all the time I’ve been here I mentioned in the week about the strength of mentality in this team. But second half we were too soft in too many ways. That was the big disappointment. To end up losing 4-1, it was a big surprise, especially after the first half.”

Leicester captain and goalkeeper, Kasper Schmeichel, made a huge error for the first goal as he smashed the ball against Wilfred Ndidi from a goal kick and that set off the entire collapse.

“It is obviously not good enough from us. It is a good wake up call for us and hopefully it’s there in time,” Schmeichel said. “We’re accountable. I’m very, very sorry to our fans for that second half particularly. It starts with me on that goal kick because it changes the game.”

Schmeichel then went on to say that the collapse shouldn’t happen and questioned the focus and work ethic of his teammates.

“This is football. These things can happen. They shouldn’t but they can do. We are going to have to reflect on that and make a positive out of it. We are going to have to work a hell of a lot harder than we did second half if we want to achieve anything this season. It is an eye-opener. It doesn’t matter who you are playing against in the Premier League, if you don’t run, track your runners, if you don’t win your tackles or have the courage to have the ball, like we didn’t have second half, then anyone can beat you.”

With Sheffield United, Tottenham and Chelsea left to play, Leicester finish the season by playing three teams around them in the table.

Rodgers admits he has learned a lot about his team from this defeat and it is a big opportunity missed in their hunt for the Champions League.

“I think it is a great learning game for me and looking at the team because I think everyone is classifying us being up there and we have shown great talent to be up there but we still have much to do. In terms of being up there consistently and showing again that you need to see the likes of that through,” Rodgers said. “It was a big opportunity. The door was wide open to jump up into third place. To have that level of performance in the second half, it shows we have a lot of work to do.”

Bournemouth stun self-destructing Leicester

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Bournemouth stunned Leicester City to secure a remarkable 4-1 comeback win as Brendan Rodgers’ side led at half time but hit the self-destruct button in the second half.

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Jamie Vardy gave Leicester the lead but a few minutes of madness cost Leicester dear. Kasper Schmeichel gave away a penalty kick which Junior Stanislas scored to make it 1-1 and 60 seconds later Bournemouth went 2-1 up as Dominic Solanke slotted home as Schmeichel should have done better. Stanislas deflected effort made it 3-1 and then Solanke made it 4-1 as Bournemouth ran riot and Leicester totally unravelled.

The win moves Bournemouth on to 31 points, three points from safety with three games to go, while Leicester sit in fourth on 59 points.


Three things we learned, Bournemouth – Leicester

1. Bournemouth up for the fight: This was the first time in two years Bournemouth came from behind to win a Premier League game and boy did they time it to perfection. Howe’s young side made the most of awful errors from Leicester and you could see them grow in confidence throughout the second half. This is a huge result for Bournemouth in their relegation scrap as they now face Man City, Southampton and Everton in their final three games of the Premier League season. Two wins from those three games should keep them up as they battle with Watford, West Ham and Aston Villa to try and stay up. At half time they looked relegated. At full time they looked anything but.

2. Leicester implode to leave Champions League dream in tatters: Brendan Rodgers watched on in disbelief as his side collapsed in the second half to leave their Champions League dream. Three minutes of madness saw a mistake from Schmeichel led to a penalty kick, then Soyuncu got himself sent off for lashing out as the Foxes just lost the plot. This has been coming. They haven’t played well for months and both Man United and Chelsea look better set to finish third and fourth. If Leicester don’t qualify for the Champions League it will be one of the biggest collapses in PL history. After 24 games of the season, they were 14 points ahead of Man United. Tomorrow they could fall two points behind Man United. Leicester face Sheffield United, Tottenham and Man United in their final three games and the way they are playing, and now without the suspended Soyuncu, they could easily lose all three.

3. Bournemouth have belief: Sure, they were given this win by Leicester but Bournemouth grabbed the opportunity with both hands. This is a massive boost in their relegation battle. They have to get at least six points from their last three games but that is doable. West Ham and Watford square off on Friday and ahead of their big South Coast derby against Southampton on Sunday, there is huge belief Bournemouth can drag themselves out of trouble.

Man of the Match


Early on Bournemouth whipped in some good crosses but Callum Wilson just couldn’t connect in the box as the hosts started well.

Ayoze Perez and Kelechi Iheanacho went close as Leicester woke up and a mistake from Dan Gosling then allowed Leicester to open the scoring.

Iheanacho’s effort was flicked off the line but Vardy was waiting to pounce and tap home his 23rd goal of the season, as the ultimate fox in the box put the Foxes 1-0 up.

Danjuma with a terrible ball back and set up Vardy as Nathan Ake deflected his shot over the bar. Ake injured himself with that block as Steve Cook replaced him, while at the other end Kasper Schmeichel kept out David Brooks’ fine effort.

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In the second half Bournemouth put pressure on Leicester and Cook clipped a low ball to the back post which just evaded Wilson.

Out of nothing, Kasper Schmeichel smashed the ball against Wilfred Ndidi from a goal kick and the ball bounced to Wilson who was brought down by Ndidi and a penalty kick was awarded. Stanislas slotted home to make it 1-1 and moments later Bournemouth were ahead.

Solanke was played in and his low shot squirmed under Schemeichel and just over the line, as Bournemouth’s players went wild and in the aftermath it got even better as Caglar Soyuncu was sent off after a mad moment which saw him kick Callum Wilson while he was on the floor in the net.

Late on Bournemouth went 3-1 up as Stanislas’ shot deflected off two Leicester defenders and in, then it got even better as Solanke poked home his second and Bournemouth’s fourth to complete a truly remarkable comeback.

Sub Sam Surridge could have scored twice as he hit the bar and headed over as Leicester totally gave up.