Full Premier League 2018-19 squad lists released

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Full squad lists have been released for the 2018-19 Premier League season, with each team naming 25 players to their first team rosters.

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Each PL team must have at least eight home grown players in their squad, and the definition of a home grown player is as a player who “irrespective of nationality or age, has been registered with any club affiliated to The Football Association or the Football Association of Wales for a period, continuous or not, of three entire seasons, or 36 months, before his 21st birthday or the end of the season during which he turns 21.”

Below is the list in full, courtesy of the PremierLeague.com, as there are also U21 players listed for each club.


AFC Bournemouth
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Ake, Nathan Benjamin*
Begovic, Asmir*
Boruc, Artur
Cook, Steve Anthony*
Daniels, Charlie*
Defoe, Jermain Colin*
Francis, Simon Charles*
Fraser, Ryan
Gosling, Daniel*
Ibe, Jordon Femi Ashley*
King, Joshua Christian Kojo*
Lerma Solis, Jeffrson Andres
Mings, Tyrone Deon*
Mousset, Lys
Pugh, Marc Anthony*
Rico Salguero, Diego
Simpson, Jack Benjamin*
Smith, Adam James*
Stanislas, Felix Junior*
Surman, Andrew Ronald Edward*
Wilson, Callum Eddie Graham*

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Anthony, Jaidon
Bertrand, Harvey-Joe Edward
Boote, James Peter
Brooks, David Robert
Butcher, Matthew David
Camp, Brennan
Clements, Nathan John
Cook, Lewis John
Cope, Jake William
Cordner, Tyler Jack
Dennis, William Jonathon
Dinsmore, Thomas Jack
Dobre, Mihai-Alexandru
Genesini, Brooklyn David Anthony
Gillela, Dinesh
Glover, Ryan Michael Scott
Gray, Luke Antony
Hamilton, Tyrell Anthony
Hanfrey, Thomas William
Hobson, Shaun Jermaine
Holmes, Jordan Thomas
Ibsen Rossi, Zeno
Jordan, Corey
Kilkenny, Gavin
Kurran-Browne, Connor Chadney
Mahoney, Connor Anthony
Moriah-Welsh, Nathan Daniel
Ndjoli, Mikael Bongili
Nippard, Luke Ryan
O’Connell, Keelan
Ofoborh, Nathan Nnamdi Ugochukwu Benjamin Asigboro
Oliver, James Robert
Parker-Trott, Thomas James
Plain, Cameron Christopher
Ramsdale, Aaron Christopher
Saydee, Christian
Scrimshaw, Jake
Seaman, Charlie
Sherring, Sam
Surridge, Samuel William
Taylor, Kyle Frazer
Torniainen, Jack Maurice
Travers, Mark
Vincent, Francis William
Ward, Calum Brian Joseph
Worthington, Matthew Luke


Arsenal
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Aubameyang, Pierre-Emerick
Bellerin, Hector*
Bramall, Cohen
Cech, Petr
Elneny, Mohamed Naser Elsayed
Holding, Robert Samuel*
Iliev, Deyan*
Iwobi, Alex*
Jenkinson, Carl Daniel*
Kolasinac, Sead
Koscielny, Laurent
Lacazette, Alexandre
Leno, Bernd
Lichtsteiner, Stephan
Martinez, Damian Emiliano*
Mkhitaryan, Henrikh
Monreal, Ignacio
Mustafi, Shkodran
Ozil, Mesut
Papastathopoulos, Sokratis
Ramsey, Aaron James*
Torreira, Lucas
Welbeck, Daniel*
Xhaka, Granit

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Alebiousu, Ryan
Amaechi, Xavier Casmier
Ballard, Daniel George
Balogun, Folarin Jerry
Barden, Daniel
Bielik, Krystian
Bola, Tolaji
Burton, Robert
Clarke, Harrison Thomas
Cottrell, Ben
Coyle, Trae
Daley-Campbell, Vontae
Dennis, Matthew
Flaherty, Stanley James
Gilmour, Charlie Ian
Greenwood, Sam
Guendouzi, Matteo
Hein, Karl Jakob
John-Jules, Tyreece Romayo
Lopez Salguero, Joel
Maitland-Niles, Ainsley
Martin, Joshua
Matthews, Alfie
Mavropanos, Konstantinos
McEneff, Jordan John
McGuinness, Mark James
Medley, Zechariah Joshua Henry
Nelson, Reiss
Nketiah, Edward
Nwakali, Kelechi
Okonkwo, Arthur
Olayinka, Olujimi James Ayodele
Olowu, Joseph Olugbenga
Omole, Tobi
Osei-Tutu, Jordi
Pleguezuelo, Julio Jose
Saka, Bukayo
Sheaf, Ben
Smith Rowe, Emile
Smith, Matthew Gerrard
Smith, Tom
Spencer-Adams, Bayli Alexander
Swanson, Zak
Thompson, Dominic
Tormey, Nathan Alexander
Willock, Joseph George
Zelalem, Gedion


Brighton & Hove Albion
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Andone, Florin
Balogun, Leon Aderemi
Barclay, Benjamin Philip*
Bissouma, Yves
Bong, Thomas Gaetan
Button, David Robert Edmund*
Duffy, Shane Patrick Michael*
Dunk, Lewis Carl*
Fernandes da Silva Junior, Bernardo
Gross, Pascal
Izquierdo Mena, Jose Heriberto
Jahan Bakhsh Jirandeh, Alireza
Kayal, Beram
Knockaert, Anthony Patrick
Locadia, Jurgen Leonardo
March, Soloman Benjamin*
Montoya Torralbo, Martin
Murray, Glenn*
Propper, David Petrus Wenceslaus Henri
Ryan, Matthew David
Saltor Grau, Bruno
Schelotto, Ezequiel Matias
Steele, Jason*
Stephens, Dale Christopher*
Suttner, Markus

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Alzate, Steven
Araujo, Jordan Nando Marques
Arce Mina, Billy Vladimir
Bentley, George Richard
Carre, Julien Serge
Cashman, Danny Christopher
Clark-Eden, Ben
Cochrane, Alexander William
Collar, William Guy
Collings, Billy Paul
Connolly, Aaron Anthony
Cox, George Frederick
Davies, Archie
Davies, Jordan Andrew
Dreyer, Anders Laustrup
Gwargis, Peter
Gyokeres, Viktor Einar
Hall, Ben
Jenks, Teddy Christopher Graham
Kazukolovas, Kipras
Kerr, Joshua Reiss
Keto, Hugo Oliver
Leonard, Marc Henry
Ljubicic, Stefan Alexander
Longman, Ryan James
Lynch Sanchez, Robert
Maguire-Drew, Jordan Luke
Mandroiu, Daniel Jordan
McGill, Thomas Peter Wayne
Molumby, Jayson Patrick
Moore, Owen James
O’Hora, Warren Patrick
Onen, Jayden Roy
Ostigard, Leo Skiri
Packham, Samuel James
Radulovic Samoukovic, Bojan
Rees, Roco
Roberts, Haydon
Sanders, Max Harrison
Shihab, Tareq Shakib
Spong, Jack
Tanimowo, Ayobami Babatunde
Tilley, James Alexander David
Tolaj, Lorent
Tomlinson, Joseph William George
Tutt, Cameron
Vukoje, Stefan Charles
Weaire, Matthew
White, Benjamin William
Wilson, Benjamin John
Zalewski, Piotr


Burnley
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Bardsley, Phillip Anthony*
Barnes, Ashley Luke*
Brady, Robert*
Cork, Jack Frank Porteous*
Defour, Steven Arnold
Gibson, Benjamin James*
Gudmundsson, Johann Berg
Hart, Charles Joseph John*
Heaton, Thomas David*
Hendrick, Jeffrey Patrick*
Lennon, Aaron*
Lindegaard, Anders Rozenkrantz
Long, Kevin Finbarr*
Lowton, Matthew John*
Mee, Benjamin Thomas*
Pope, Nicholas David*
Tarkowski, James Alan*
Taylor, Charles James*
Vokes, Samuel Michael*
Vydra, Matej
Walters, Jonathan Ronald*
Ward, Stephen Robert
Wells, Nahki
Westwood, Ashley Roy*
Wood, Chris*

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Agyei, Daniel Ebenezer Kwasi
Allan Meredith, Dylon Thomas
Allen, Harry George
Bayode, Olatunde Tobias
Benson, Josh
Blair, Marley Jasiah Kane Noel
Bruce, Adam David
Calderbank-Park, Kai
Chakwana, Tinashe
Chima, Udoka Godwill
Clarke, James Michael Neil
Conley, Joseph Thomas
Conn, Christopher Seamus Michael
Cook, Edward Harry
Cropper, Jordan
Driscoll-Glennon, Anthony
Dunne, James Gerard
Fenlon, Rhys-James Roy
Fowler, Michael
George, Mitchell Colin
Goodridge, Mace Lewin
Harker, Robert William
Harris, William
Howarth, Mark David
Kershaw, Ethan Samuel
Koiki, Abd-Al-Ali Morakinyo Olaposi
Major, Jayden Anthony
McMahon, George James
McNeil, Dwight James Matthew
Moss, Daniel Thomas
Mupariwa, Terry Tauyanashe
N’Guessan, Christian Dashiell Ruhemann
O’Neill, Aiden Connor
O’Neill, Matthew James
Patterson, Kane Mazo
Perkins, Teddy Arthur
Pruti, Edon
Rain, Matthew
Smith, Kai
Steels, Vinnie Barry
Stone, Aiden Thomas
Taylor, Richard Akinfolarin
Thomas, Bobby Craig
Wilson, Scott John
Yari, Kian
Younger, Oliver


Cardiff City
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Arter, Harry Nicholas*
Bamba, Souleymane
Bennett, Joseph*
Camarasa, Victor
Connolly, Matthew Thomas Martin*
Cunningham, Gregory Richard*
Damour, Loic
Ecuele Manga, Bruno
Etheridge, Neil Leonard Dula*
Gunnarsson, Aron Einar Malmquist
Hoilett, David Wayne*
Madine, Gary Lee*
Mathurin-Harris, Kadeem Raymond*
Mendez-Laing, Nathaniel*
Morrison, Sean Joseph*
Murphy, Brian*
Murphy, Joshua*
Paterson, Callum Thomas Owen
Peltier, Lee Anthony*
Ralls, Joseph William*
Reid, Bobby*
Richards, Ashley Darel Jazz*
Smithies, Alexander*
Ward, Daniel Carl*
Zohore, Albin

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Andrew-Knott, Rudy Shaquille
Bagan, Joel Matthew
Bodenham, Jack Tomas
Bowen, Sam Lewis
Brown, Ciaron Maurice
Burwood, Warren Robert John
Colwill, Rubin
Coxe, Cameron Terry
Davies, Connor William
Davies, Isaak James
Davies, Jac Tomos
Duffey, Jordan James
Duffus, Tyrone Errol
Evans, Jacob Finlay
Evans, Kieron Thomas
Griffiths, Daniel Lawrence
Hall, Matthew Raymond
Harris, Mark
Humphries, Lloyd
Jones, Trystan Rhys
Martin, Daniel John
Parsons, Samuel Steven
Patten, Keenan
Pinchard, Harry Matthew
Pryce, Ryan
Ratcliffe, George
Reynolds, Ryan Michael
Sharif Badedi, Adam Mohamed
Smith, Henry William Leonard
Spence, Sion
Waite, James Tyler
Warnock, William Douglas Neil
Williams-Margetson, Ben
Wootton, Laurence Thomas


Chelsea
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Alonso Mendoza, Marcos
Arrizabalaga Revuelta, Kepa
Azpilicueta Tanco, Cesar
Barkley, Ross*
Borges Da Silva, Willian
Caballero Lazcano, Wilfredo Daniel
Cahill, Gary James*
Christensen, Andreas Bodtker*
Drinkwater, Daniel Noel*
Fabregas Soler, Francesc*
Giroud, Olivier
Green, Robert Paul*
Hazard, Eden
Jorge Luiz, Frello Filho
Kante, Ngolo
Kovacic, Mateo
Loftus Cheek, Ruben*
Luiz Moreira Marinho, David
Morata Martin, Alvaro Borja
Moses, Victor*
Palmieri Dos Santos, Emerson
Piazon, Lucas Domingues*
Rodriguez Ledesma, Pedro Eliezer
Rudiger, Antonio
Zappacosta, Davide

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Abraham, Tammy
Aina, Jordan
Ampadu, Ethan
Anjorin, Faustino Adebola Rasheed
Askew, Jake
Ballo, Thierno Mamadou
Baxter, Nathan
Broja, Armando
Brown, Charlie
Brown, Isaiah Jay
Bulka, Marcin
Chalobah, Trevoh Tom
Clark, James Robert
Clarke-Salter, Jake-Liam
Colley, Joseph
Collins, Bradley Ray
Cumming, James Andrew
Dasilva, Jay Rhys
Ekwah Elimby, Pierre Emmanuel
Familia-Castillo, Juan Carlos
Gallagher, Conor
Gilmour, Billy Clifford
Grant, Joshua
Guehi, Addji Keaninkin Marc-Israel
Hudson-Odoi, Callum James
James, Reece
Lamptey, Tariq
Lavinier, Marcel
Lawrence, Henry
Lewis, Marcel
Maatsen, Ian
Maddox, Jacob
McClelland, Sam
McCormick, Luke
McEachran, George James
Mola, Clinton
Mount, Mason
Nartey, Richard Nicos Tettey
Nunn, George Johannes
Quintero Quintero, Josimar Aldair
Redan, Daishawn Orpheo Marvin
Russell, Jonathan
Sammut, Ruben
Scott, Kyle
Simeu, Dynel
Sterling, Dujon
Taylor-Crossdale, Martell
Thompson, Jared
Tie, Nicolas
Tomori, Fikayo
Ugbo, Ike
Uwakwe, Tariq
Wady, Ethan James
Wakefield, Charlie Mark
Wakely, Jack
Ziger, Karlo


Crystal Palace
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Ayew, Jordan
Benteke, Christian
Dann, Scott*
Guaita, Vincente
Hennessey, Wayne Robert*
Kaikai, Sulaiman Borbor*
Kelly, Martin Ronald*
Kouyate, Cheikhou
McArthur, James
Meyer, Max
Milivojevic, Luka
Puncheon, Jason David Ian*
Riedwald, Jairo Jocquim
Sakho, Mamadou
Schlupp, Jeffrey*
Sorloth, Alexander
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*
Williams, Jonathan Peter*
Zaha, Dazet Wilfried Armel*

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Addy, Tetteh-Quaye
Ajayi, Joshua
Aveiro, Brandon Paulo Vale
Boateng, David Nketiah
Boateng, Malachi
Brown, Tyler
Bryon, Lewis
Chamberlin-Gayle, Jashaun Deviente
Daly, James Stanley
Donkin, William Rupert James
Dreher, Luke Garry
Eyenga Lokilo, Jason
Flanagan, Kian
Gurung, Bivesh
Hanson, Ryan David
Henry, Dion-Curtis
Hungbo, Joseph Oluwagbemiga
Jno Baptiste, Francis
Keutcha, Pierrick Brandon
Kirby, Nya Jerome
Lumeka, Levi Jeremiah
Luthra, Rohan
Malcolm, Joshua
Matthews, Drew
McGregor, Giovanni Donald
Mitchell, Tyrick
O’Dwyer, Oliver
Onoabhagbe, Ehizojie Martins
Parris, Kamari
Robertson, Sean Dominic
Russell, Jacob Luke
Russell, Jude Thomas
Street, Robert Nicholas
Tavares, Nikola
Trehy, Cian
Tupper, Joe Daniel
Wan-Bissaka, Aaron
Watson, Courtney Alfie Haynes
Webber, Oliver Henry
Woods, Samuel John


Everton
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Anicio Caldeira Duarte, Bernard
Baines, Leighton John*
Browning, Tyias*
Charsley, Henry William James*
Coleman, Seamus
Digne, Lucas
Galloway, Brendan Joel Zibusiso*
Gueye, Idrissa Gana
Hewelt, Mateusz Tomasz*
Holgate, Mason Anthony*
Jagielka, Philip Nikodem*
Keane, Michael Vincent*
McCarthy, James*
Mina Gonzalez, Yerry Fernando
Niasse, Baye Oumar
Pickford, Jordan Lee*
Schneiderlin, Morgan*
Sigurdsson, Gylfi Thor*
Stekelenburg, Maarten
Tavares Gomes, Andre Filipe
Tosun, Cenk
Walcott, Theo James*
Zouma, Kurt Happy

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Adedoyin, Korede Yemi
Adeniran, Dennis Emmanuel Abiodun Bamidele Chijiok
Anderson Ogbomo, Jonathan Osazee
Anderson, Joseph William
Astley, Ryan
Baningime, Beni
Barrett, Jack Joseph
Bowler, Joshua Luke
Bramall, Daniel Luke
Broadhead, Nathan Paul
Calvert-Lewin, Dominic
Carroll, Bobby Lee
Collins, Michael Kieran
Connolly, Callum Alexander
Davies, Thomas
De Andrade, Richarlison
Denny, Alexander
Dowell, Kieran O’Neil
Evans, Antony Kenneth
Feeney, Morgan
Foulds, Matthew Colin
Gibson, Lewis Jack
Gordon, Anthony Michael
Hansen, Nicolas Defreitas
Hilton, Joseph Robert
Hornby, Fraser
Hosie, Joshua
Hughes, Rhys
Hunt, MacKenzie James
Iversen, Einar Hjellestad
John, Kyle Alex
Kenny, Jonjoe
Kiersey, Jack Alexander
Lavery, Shayne Francis
Lookman, Ademola Lookman Olajade Alade Aylola
Mampala, Manasse
Markelo, Nathangelo Alexandro
Mathis, Boris
McKeown, Bernard Joshua
Neves Virginia, Joao Manual
Neves, Pedro Vinagre Pedrola
Onyekuru, Henry Chukwuemeka
Ouzounidis, Con
Phillips, Kieran James
Quirk, Sebastian Anthony
Renshaw, Christopher Thomas
Richards, Elliot Thomas
Robinson, Antonee
Sambou, Bassala
Simms, Ellis Reco
Stanley, Kameron Mark James
Thompson, Max
Tyrer, Harry
Vlasic, Nikola
Warnock, Ethan Daniel
Warren, Tom
Zuk, Pawel Andrzej


Fulham
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Ayite, Floyd
Bettinelli, Marcus*
Bryan, Joseph Edward*
Cairney, Thomas*
Chambers, Calum*
Christie, Cyrus Sylvester Frederick*
Cisse, Ibrahima
Fonte, Rui Pedro da Rocha*
Johansen, Stefan Marius
Kamara, Aboubakar
Kebano, Neeskens
Le Marchand, Maxime
Mawson, Alfie Robert John*
McDonald, Kevin David
Mitrovic, Aleksandar
Odoi, Denis Frimpong
Ramirez, Fabricio Agosto
Ream, Timothy Michael
Rico Gonzalez, Sergio
Rodak, Marek*
Schurrle, Andre
Seri, Jean Michael
Vietto, Luciano Dario
Zambo Anguissa, Andre-Frank

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Ablade, Terry
Adebayo, Elijah Anuoluwapo Oluwaferanmi Oluwatomi Oluwalana Ayomikulehin
Andrason, Atli Hrafn
Antwi, Cameron Akwasi
Armsworth, Scott David
Asare, Zico Kukuu
Ashby-Hammond, Luca
Ashby-Hammond, Taye
Atkinson, Robert Philip
Bakumo-Abraham, Jason Timiebi Ogheneobrucheme
Carvalho, Fabio
Cover, Tristan
Davies, Aron Paul
Davis, Benjamin James
De Havilland, Ryan James
De La Torre, Lucas Daniel
Drameh, Cody Callum Pierre
Edun, Adetayo Oluwatosin Olusegun Adio Aduramigba Iretioluwa
Fossey, Marlon Joseph
Fosu-Mensah, Evans Timothy Fosu
Francois, Tyrese Jay
Frei, Elias
Garrido Rodriguez, Jose
Harris, Jayden John-Lloyd
Hilton, Sonny
Humphrys, Stephen Peter
Jasper, Sylvester
Jenz, Moritz
Kait, Mattias
Kelly, Vishna Christopher
McAvoy, Connor
Mundle-Smith, Jaydn Josiah
Norman, Magnus
Opoku, Jerome
O’Riley, Matthew Sean
Page, Jonathon Charles
Santos Clase, Nicolas
Sessegnon, Kouassi Ryan
Sessegnon, Zeze Steven
Stahl, Toni
Tahir, Showkat Mohamed
Thompson, Cameron Randy
Thorsteinsson, Jon Dagur
Tiehi, Jean-Pierre Alberic
Warland, Riley Charles
Wickens, George Alexander


Huddersfield Town
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Billing, Philip Anyanwu*
Depoitre, Laurent
Diakhaby, Adama
Durm, Erik
Gorenc Stankovic, Jon
Hadergjonaj, Florent
Hamer, Benjamin John*
Hogg, Jonathan*
Jorgensen, Mathias
Kachunga, Elias
Kongolo, Terence
Lossl, Jonas
Lowe, Chris Jorg
Mbenza, Isaac
Mooy, Aaron Frank*
Mounie, Steve
Pritchard, Alex David*
Quaner, Collin
Sabiri, Abdelhamid
Schindler, Christopher Wolfgang Georg August
Smith, Thomas George*
Van La Parra, Rajiv
Williams, Daniel Charles

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Alfieri, George Anthony
Annakin, Taylor William Gerald
Austerfield, Joshua James
Bacuna, Juninho
Bamford, Thomas Samuel
Barrett, Jake George
Bell, Thomas James
Bellagambi, Giosue Ebong
Booty, Regan Jak
Crichlow-Noble, Romoney
Daly, Matthew Paul
Danaher, George Charles
Davison-Hale, Harrison William Roger
Dihby, Mohammed
Duhaney, Demeaco
Dyson, Oliver Jason Lee
Edmonds-Green, Rarmani River Miguel Joseph
Eli, Jordan James Raphael
Elliott, Christopher Tchanga
Gibson, Samuel Joseph
Harratt, Kian Shay
Headley, Jaheim Anthony
High, Scott John
Ijiwole, Andrew Jose
Jackson, Ben Joseph
Kherbouche, Nasim
Marriott, Isaac William
Meeson, Seth David
Mewitt, Luke Edward
Mills, Benjamin Peter
Mintus, Darnell Dantae Bowers
Obiero, Micah Obonyo Dulo
O’Brien, Lewis John
Olagunju, Mustapha Oluwatosin
O’Malley, Mason Lewis
Pyke, Rekiel Leshaun
Raymond, Dahomey Asher
Rosario, Gabriel Luc
Rowe, Aaron Kevin Isaac
Schofield, Ryan James
Sharrock-Peplow, Samuel Jacob
Sobhi, Ramadan
Spratt, Harry
Tear, Darren Dominic
Thompson, Oran James
Thompson, Remi Kai


Leicester City
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Albrighton, Marc Kevin*
Amartey, Daniel
Chilwell, Benjamin James*
Diabate, Fousseni
Evans, Jonathan Grant*
Fuchs, Christian
Ghezzal, Rachid
Gray, Demarai Remelle*
Iborra, Vicente
Iheanacho, Kelechi
Jakupovic, Eldin
James, Matthew Lee*
Maddison, James Daniel*
Maguire, Harry*
Mendy, Nampalys
Morgan, Westley Nathan*
Ndidi, Onyinye Wilfred
Okazaki, Shinji
Pereira, Ricardo
Schmeichel, Kasper Peter*
Silva, Adrien Sebastien Perruchet
Simpson, Daniel Peter*
Soyuncu, Caglar
Vardy, Jamie*
Ward, Daniel*

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Arlott-John, Dempsey Michael Asa
Barnes, Harvey Lewis
Barrett, Connor
Benkovic, Filip
Bolkiah, Faiq Jefri
Bollard, Dylan Jack
Bosworth, Oliver Michael
Bramley, Max
Choudhury, Hamza
Davies, Rhys Paul Richard
Dewsbury-Hall, Kiernan
Edwards-John, Kairo
Elewa-Ikpakwu, Edward
Felix-Eppiah, Joshua
Gbadebo, Camron Israel
Gyamfi, Dennis
Gyamfi, Johnson Adu
Heaven, George William
Hughes, Samuel Joseph
Husek, Lukas
Iversen, Daniel
James, Leon Pitchaya
Johansson, Viktor Tobias
Johnson, Darnell Tobias Jack
Keaveny, Jozsef Phelim
Knight, Joshua Michael
Kranthove, Justen Shelden
Leathers, Adam James
Leshabela, Thakgalo Khanya
Loft, Ryan
Loughlan, Liam
Makanjuola, Habib Abdulfatal
McAteer, Kasey
Meite, Alassane
Moore, Elliott Jordan
Murch, Oliver Edward
Muskwe, Admiral Dalindlela
Myring, Harrison
Ndukwu, Layton Julius
Pascanu, Alexandru Stefan
Ramsay, Louis Mark
Sams, Thomas James
Shade, Tyrese
Sherif, Lamine Kaba
Sowah, Kamal
Stolarczyk, Jakub
Tavares, Sidnei Wilson Vieira David
Tee, Conor
Thomas, George Stanley
Thomas, Luke Jonathan
Uche Rubio, Raul
Ughelumba, Calvin
Williams, Kian
Wright, Callum


Liverpool
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Barbosa De Oliveira, Roberto Firmino
Becker, Alisson Ramses
Clyne, Nathaniel Edwin*
Henderson, Jordan Brian*
Henrique Taveres, Fabio
Karius, Loris Sven
Keita, Naby
Lallana, Adam David*
Lovren, Dejan
Mane, Sadio
Matip, Job Joel Andre
Mignolet, Simon
Milner, James Philip*
Moreno Perez, Alberto
Origi, Divock Okoth
Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alexander Mark David*
Randall, Connor Steven*
Robertson, Andrew
Salah, Mohamed
Shaqiri, Xherdan
Sturridge, Daniel*
Van Dijk, Virgil
Wijnaldum, Georginio

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Adekanye, Omobolaji Habeeb
Alexander Arnold, Trent
Atherton, Daniel
Awoniyi, Taiwo
Bearne, Jack William Garrad
Beck, Owen Michael
Boyes, Morgan
Brewster, Rhian
Brookwell, Niall
Cain, Jake Steven
Camacho, Rafael Euclides Soares
Chirivella Burgos, Pedro
Christie-Davies, Isaac David
Clarkson, Leighton
Clayton, Thomas
Cordoba, Anderson Arroyo
Coyle, Liam
Dixon-Bonner, Elijah Malik
Duncan, Bobby
Ejaria, Oviemuno
Gallacher, Tony
Garcia Rey, Juan Manuel
George, Shamal
Glatzel, Paul
Gomez, Joseph David
Grabara, Kamil
Jaros, Viteslav
Johnston, George
Jones, Curtis
Kane, Herbie
Kelleher, Caoimhin
Larouci, Yasser
Lewis, Adam
Longstaff, Luis James
Masterson, Conor
McAuley, Glen
Millar, Liam
Ojo, Oluwaseyi
O’Rourke, Fidel
Phillips, Nathaniel Harry
Raitanen, Patrik
Ritaccio, Matteo
Rodrigues De Souza, Allan
Savage, Remmi Eugene
Sharif, Abdulrahman Mohamoud
Solanke-Mitchell, Dominic Ayodele
Tagseth, Edvard Sandvik
Turner, Alex
Varesanovic, Dal
Virtue Thick, Matthew Joseph
Walls, Jack
Whelan, Corey
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
Laporte, Aymeric
Luiz Roza, Fernando
Mahrez, Riyad
Mangala, Eliaquim
Mendy, Benjamin
Mota Veiga de Carvalho E Silva, Bernardo
Otamendi, Nicolas
Sane, Leroy
Santana de Moraes, Ederson
Sterling, Raheem Shaquille*
Stones, John*
Walker, Kyle Andrew*
Zinchenko, Oleksandr

U21 players (Contract and Scholars)

Abdelkader Diaz, Brahim
Adarabioyo, Tosin
Agyiri, Ernest
Amankwah, Yeboah
Ambrose, Thierry
Aminu, Mohammed
Anderson, Curtis Rainford
Antuna Romero, Carlos Uriel
Arzani, Daniel
Bernabe Garcia, Adrian
Bolton, Luke Phillip
Corrigan, Ryan
Dele-Bashiru, Ayotomiwa Sherif
Dele-Bashiru, Oluwafisayo Faruq
Diounkou Tecagne, Alpha Richard
Doyle, Thomas
Fernandes Cantin, Paolo
Fernando De Jesus, Gabriel
Fiorini, Lewis
Foden, Philip Walter
Francis, Edward Albert
Frimpong, Jeremie
Garcia Alonso, Manuel
Garcia Martret, Eric
Garcia Serrano, Aleix
Garre, Benjamin Antonio
Gomes, Claudio
Gonzalez, Lorenzo Jose
Grimshaw, Daniel James
Harwood-Bellis, Taylor
Herrera Ravelo, Yangel Clemente
Humphreys-Grant, Cameron
Ilic, Luka
Knight, Ben
Latibeaudiere, Joel Owen
Luiz Soares De Paulo, Douglas
Matondo, Rabbi
McDonald, Rowan Alexander
Moulden, Louie
Muric, Arijanet Anan
Nemane, Aaron Evans
Nmecha, Felix Kalu
Nmecha, Lukas
Ogbeta, Nathanael
Ogunby, Henri William
Oliver, Charles William Corrigan
Palmer, Cole
Poveda-Ocampo, Ian Carlo
Pozo La Rosa, Iker
Richards, Taylor Jerome
Roberts, Patrick John Joseph
Robinson, Samson Alfie Philip
Rosler, Colin
Ross Palmer Brown, Erik
Sandler, Philippe
Scott, Thomas Henry
Simmonds, Keyendrah Qwamalik Tegan
Smith, Matthew
Sobowale, Oluwatimilehin
Tanor, Collins
Thomas, Lewis Luka
Touaizi Zoubdi, Nabil
Wilson, Tyreke
Wright-Phillips, D’Margio Cameron


Manchester United
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Bailly, Eric Bertrand
Darmian, Matteo
De Gea Quintana, David
Fellaini-Bakkioui, Marouane
Grant, Lee Anderson*
Herrera Aguera, Ander
Hoelgebaum Pereira, Andreas Hugo*
Jones, Philip Anthony*
Lindelof, Victor Jorgen Nilsson
Lingard, Jesse Ellis*
Lukaku, Romelu Menama*
Martial, Anthony Joran
Mata Garcia, Juan Manuel
Matic, Nemanja
McTominay, Scott*
Pogba, Paul Labile*
Rojo, Faustino Marcos Alberto
Romero, Sergio German
Sanchez, Alexis
Santos, Frederico Rodrigues De Paula
Shaw, Luke Paul Hoare*
Smalling, Christopher*
Valencia Mosquera, Luis Antonio
Young, Ashley Simon*

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Baars, Millen
Barlow, Aidan Will
Begjer, Lukasz
Bernard, Di’Shon Joel
Bohui, Joshua Raymond
Borthwick-Jackson, Cameron Jake
Bughail-Mellor, D’Mani Lucell
Burkart, Nishan Connell
Carney, Jacob Andrew
Chong, Tahith
Dalot Teixeira, Jose Diogo
Dearnley, Zachary Harry
Denham, Oliver James
Devine, Reece
Dunne, Max Edward
Elanga, Anthony David Junior
Ercolani, Luca
Fojticek, Alex
Fosu-Mensah, Evans Timothy Fosu
Galbraith, Ethan Stuart William
Garner, James David
Gomes, Adilson Angel Abreu de Almeida
Greenwood, Mason Will John
Gribbin, Callum Anthony
Hamilton, Ethan Billy
Haygarth, Maxwell James
Helm, Mark
Henderson, Dean Bradley
Hockenhull, Ben
Kovar, Matej
Laird, Ethan Benjamin
Levitt, Dylan James Christopher
Mastny, Ondrej
McCann, Charlie Liam
McGhee, Dion Alex
McIntosh-Buffonge, Darren Raekwon
Mengi, Teden Mambuene
Mitchell, Demetri Kareem
Neville, Harvey James
O’Connor, Lee Patrick
Olosunde, Matthew Olawale
Poole, Regan Leslie
Puigmal Martinez, Arnau
Ramazani, Largie
Rashford, Marcus
Sang, Thomas Roy
Stanley, Connor Scott
Tanner, George
Thompson, James George
Traore, Aliou Badara
Tuanzebe, Axel
Warren, Tyrell Nathaniel
Whelan, Callum Tyler
Williams, Brandon Paul Brian
Williams, Ro-Shaun Oman


Newcastle United
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Clark, Ciaran*
Darlow, Karl*
Diame, Mohamed
Dubravka, Martin
Dummett, Paul*
Elliot, Robert*
Fernandez, Federico
Gutierrez, Ayoze Perez
Hayden, Isaac Scot*
Ki, Sung Yueng
Lascelles, Jamaal*
Lazaar, Achraf
Lejeune, Florian Gregoire Claude
Manquillo Gaitan, Javier
Mato Sanmartin, Jose Luis
Murphy, Jacob Kai*
Muto, Yoshinori
Nunes Nascimento, Robert Kenedy
Ritchie, Matthew Thomas*
Rondon, Jose Solomon
Schar, Fabian Lukas
Shelvey, Jonjo*
Sterry, Jamie Michael*
Twasam, Christian Atsu
Yedlin, Deandre

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Allan, Thomas David
Allen, Max
Bailey, Owen John Edward
Barlaser, Daniel Tan
Barrett, Ryan Thomas
Bartlett, Tyrique
Brown, William George
Cass, Lewis Graham
Charman, Luke
Cole, Thomas Anthony
Cumbreras, Jesus Nunez
Ebanks, Tai Graham
Fernandez Satue, Victor
Gamblin, Lucas Ralph
Gibson, Liam Steven
Harker, Nathan
Huuhtanen, Otto Eemeli
Joyce, Samuel Edward
Langley, Daniel David
Longelo-Mbule, Rosaire
Longstaff, Matthew Ben
Longstaff, Sean David
Madia, Deese Kasinga
McEntee, Oisin Michael
McNall, Lewis
O’Connor, Stefan Ramone Sewell
Reed, Kain
Roberts, Callum
Rounsfell, George David Alan
Sangare, Mohammed
Sorensen, Elias Fritjof Graenge
Swailes, Jude Christopher
Toure, Fode Yannick
Walters, Oliver Reece
Watts, Kelland John William James
Wilson, Adam Ayiro
Woodman, Frederick John
Yarney, Josef Charles
Young, Jack


Southampton
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Alves Soares, Cedric Ricardo
Armstrong, Stuart
Austin, Charlie*
Bednarek, Jan
Bertrand, Ryan*
Davis, Steven*
El Younossi, Mohamed
Forster, Fraser Gerard*
Gabbiadini, Manolo
Gallagher, Samuel James*
Gunn, Angus Fraser James*
Hoedt, Wesley
Hojbjerg, Pierre Emile Kordt
Ings, Daniel William John*
Lemina, Mario Rene Junior
Long, Shane Patrick*
McCarthy, Alex Simon*
Redmond, Nathan Daniel Jerome*
Rose, Jack Joseph*
Stephens, Jack
Targett, Matthew Robert*
Vestergaard, Jannik
Vidal, Oriol Romeu
Ward-Prowse, James Michael Edward*
Yoshida, Maya

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Afolabi, Jonathan
Agbontohoma, David Osaretim
Bartlett, Daniel Grahame
Bradley Green, Jamie
Braithwaite, Benjamin Smales
Brennan, Sean Anthony
Burnett, Ethan Darren
Bycroft, Jack Thomas
Cluett, Ryan
Cull, Alexander
Davis, Harrison
Defise, Lucas Nsiona K
Ferry, William
Fleary, Taymar
Freeman, Kieran
Glean, Rio Kamil
Hale, Harlem
Hamblin, Harry Mark
Hansen, Kornelius Normann
Idowu, Roland
Johnson, Tyreke Martin
Jones, Alfie
Keogh, Seamas
Klarer, Christoph
Kozak, Simon
Kpohomouh, Pascal
Latham, Kingsley Finn
Ledwidge, Kameron Malcolm
Lewis, Harry Charles John
Mdlalose, Siphesihle Thembinkosi
Morris, James William
Nlundulu, Dan
Norton, Christian Anthony
Obafemi, Michael Oluwadurotimi
O’Connor, Thomas James
O’Driscoll, Aaron
Olufunwa, Oludare Samuel Araba
Parkes, Adam Darren
Ramsay, Kayne
Robise, Enzo
Rowthorn, Ben John
Saunders, Michael
Sims, Joshua Samuel
Slattery, Callum
Smallbone, William Anthony Patrick
Tchaptchet, Wandja Allan
Tella, Nathan
Valery, Yan
Vokins, Jake
Watts, Caleb Cassius
Watts, Callum Neil


Tottenham Hotspur
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Alderweireld, Toby Albertine
Alli, Bamidele Jermaine*
Aurier, Serge
Davies, Benjamin Thomas*
Dembele, Mousa
Dier, Eric Jeremy Edgar
Eriksen, Christian
Gazzaniga, Paulo Dino
Heung-min, Son
Kane, Harry*
Lamela, Erik
Llorente Torres, Fernando Javier
Lloris, Hugo
Nkoudou Mbida, Georges-Kevin
Ogilvie, Connor Stuart*
Rodrigues Moura da Silva, Lucas
Rose, Daniel Lee*
Sanchez Mina, Davinson
Sissoko, Moussa
Trippier, Kieran John*
Vertonghen, Jan
Vorm, Michel
Wanyama, Victor
Winks, Harry*

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Amos, Luke Ayodele
Asante, Enock Amponsah
Austin, Brandon Anthon
Bennett, J’Neil Lloyd
Binks, Luis Thomas
Bowden, Jamie Patrick
Brown, Jaden
Carter-Vickers, Cameron
Cirkin, Dennis
Clarke, Rayan Romario
Cooper, Chay
De Bie, Jonathan
Dinzeyi, Jonathan Toko Lema
Duncan, Dylan
Edwards, Marcus
Eyoma, Timothy Joel
Fagan-Walcott, Malachi Michael
Foyth, Juan Marcos
Freeman, Charlie
Georgiou, Anthony Michael
Glover, Thomas William
Harrison, Shayon
Hinds, Tariq Devontae Aaron
Kurylowicz, Kacper
Lyons-Foster, Brooklyn
Maghoma, Edmond-Paris
Markanday, Dilan Kumar
Marsh, George Owen
Mukendi, Jeremie
Oakley-Boothe, Tashan
Okedina, Jubril Adesope
Oluwayemi, Oluwaferanmi Joshua Chibuzo
Onomah, Joshua
Parrott, Troy Daniel
Patterson, Phoenix MacLaren
Pedder, Rafferty
Pochettino, Maurizio
Reynolds, Jamie Joe
Richards, Rodel
Roles, Jack
Shashoua, Armando
Shashoua, Samuel
Skipp, Oliver William
Statham, Maxwell Louis
Sterling, Kazaiah
Tainio, Maximus Mikael
Tanganga, Japhat Manzambi
Thorpe, Elliot Morgan
Tracey, Shilow
Walker-Peters, Kyle
White, Harvey David
Whiteman, Alfie


Watford
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Britos Cabrera, Miguel Angel
Capoue, Etienne
Cathcart, Craig George*
Chalobah, Nathaniel Nyakie*
Cholevas, Chose Loint
Cleverley, Thomas William*
Deeney, Troy Matthew*
Deulofeu Lazaro, Gerard
Doucoure, Abdoulaye
Femenia Far, Francisco
Foster, Ben*
Gomes, Heurelho Da Silva
Gray, Andre Anthony*
Hughes, William James*
Janmaat, Daryl
Kabasele, Christian
Mariappa, Adrian Joseph*
Masina, Adam
Navarro, Marc
Okaka, Stefano Chuka
Pereyra, Roberto Maximiliano
Prodl, Sebastian
Sema, Ken
Success Ajayi, Isaac
Zeegelaar, Marvin Romeo Kwasie

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Adebiyi, Emmanuel
Alvarado Hoyos, Jamie Alberto
Baptiste, Dante Astor Kareem
Becerra Maya, Juan Camillo
Bennetts, Jayden
Charles, Ashley James
Dahlberg, Pontus
Eleftheriou, Andrew
Estupinan Tenorio, Pervis Josue
Fobi, Kingsley
Folivi, Michael Kwaku
Forster, Harry James
Gordon, Lewis
Hernandez Suarez, Juan Camilo
Hoskins, James Michael
Howes, Samuel Scott
Hudson, Harry Jonathan
Hutchinson, Dominic Charles
Kaikay, Yazid
Leighton, Tom Craig
Lukebakio Ngandoli, Dodi
MacLean, Ryan Thomas William
Matthews, James John
Mbaye, Mamadou
McLean Cassidy, Ryan Michael
Miller, Reece
Mukena, Joy-Richard
Mullings, Michael Koray
Penaranda Maestre, Adalberto
Pereira, Dion Enrico
Phillips, Daniel Shaquille Jabari
Quina, Domingos
Sanders, Kai Sidney
Santana Ferreira, Matheus Henrique
Segura Portocarrero, Jorge Andres
Sesay, Samuel Santigie
Sibo, Kwasi
Suarez Charris, Luis Javier
Suckling, Ryan George
Tricker, Ben
Velasquez Reyes, Williams Daniel
Wilmot, Benjamin Lewis


West Ham United
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Antonio, Michail Gregory*
Arnautovic, Marko
Balbuena Gonzalez, Fabian Cornelio
Carroll, Andrew Thomas*
Cresswell, Aaron*
Fabianski, Lukasz
Fredericks, Ryan*
Hernandez Balcazar, Javier
Lanzini, Manuel
Makasi, Kusu Moses*
Masuaku Kawela, Fuka-Arthur
Noble, Mark James*
Obiang Avomo, Pedro Mba
Ogbonna, Obinze Angelo
Pereira Gomes, Felipe Anderson
Perez, Lucas
Reid, Winston Wiremu
San Miguel Del Castillo, Adrian
Sanchez Moreno, Carlos Alberto
Snodgrass, Robert
Wilshere, Jack Andrew*
Yarmolenko, Andrii
Zabaleta Girod, Pablo Javier

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Adarkwa, Sean Jordan
Afolayan, Oladapo Joshua
Akinola, Olatunji Oluwasehun
Alese, Ajibola
Anang, Joseph Tetteh
Appiah-Forson, Keenan
Ashby, Harrison
Barrett, Mason
Belic, Kristijan
Browne, Marcus Alexander
Caiger, Samuel Alfie
Chesters, Daniel Peter
Costa Da Rosa, Bernardo
Coventry, Conor
Dalipi, Kevin
Diangana, Grady
Diop, Issa Laye Lucas Jean
El Mhassani, Anouar
Giddings, Jake Patrick Moy
Greenidge, William Winston
Haksabanovic, Sead
Hannam, Reece Phillip Peter
Hector-Ingram, Jahmal Justin
Holland, Nathan Elliot
Jinadu, Daniel Oluwagbolade
Johnson, Benjamin
Kemp, Daniel
Lewis, Alfie
Longelo Mbule, Emmanuel
Martinez Lopez, Antonio
McGeachy, Kyle James
Mingi, Jade Jay
Nascimento Da Costa E Silva, Alexandre
Nebyla, Sebastian
Neufville, Vashon
Ngakia, Jeremy
Nsumbu, Samuel
Okotcha, Joshua
Oxford, Reece Joel
Parkes, Veron Brandon
Pask, Joshua David
Peake, Lennon
Powell, Joe
Rice, Declan
Samuelsen, Martin
Scully, Anthony Richard
Spyridis, Odysseas
Stroud, Peter Forrest
Sylvestre, Noha
Trott, Nathan Wallace Newman
Watson, Louie Shaun


Wolverhampton Wanderers
25 Squad players (*Home grown)

Bennett, Ryan*
Boly, Willy-Arnaud Zobo
Bonatini Lohner Maia, Leonardo
Castro Otto, Jonathan
Coady, Conor David*
Dendoncker, Leander
Doherty, Matthew James*
Dos Santos Patricio, Rui Pedro
Hause, Kortney Paul Duncan*
Iorfa, Dominic*
Iria Santos Moutinho, Joao Filipe
Jimenez Rodriguez, Raul Alonso
Neves Abreu Cavaleiro, Ivan Ricardo
Norris, William James*
Ruddy, John Thomas Gordon*
Saiss, Romain Ghanem Paul
Sousa de Azevedo E Costa, Helder Wander
Teixeira da Silva, Diogo Jose
Traore Diarra, Adama

U21 players (Contracts and Scholars)

Abbey, Jediael Yeboah
Ashley-Seal, Bernard Patrick
Beasley, Harry Alexander
Beltramini Alvarez, Adrian
Berkoe, Kevin
Caiado Vaz Dias, Joao
Collins, Aaron Graham John
Crabtree, Aaron
Csoka, Daniel
Cundle, Luke James
Da Silva Nascimento Vinagre, Ruben Goncalo
Da Silva Neves, Ruben Diogo
Deslandes, Sylvain Boris Nabil
Diallo, Sadou
Ennis, Niall Nathan Michael
Enobakhare, Bright
Gibbs-White, Morgan Anthony
Giles, Ryan John
Goodliffe, Ben David
Harris-Sealy, Andrew Jay
Hayden, Aaron Edward-George
He, Zhenyu
Herc, Christian
Heredia Fontana, Carlos
John, Cameron Bradley
Johnson, Connor William
Kilman, Maximilian
Kitolano, John Shuguto
Lattie, Diego Omar
Leak, Ryan David
McKenna, Daniel
Mir Vincente, Rafael
Molberg, Alexander Kert
Neto Hanne, Boubacar Rafael
Neves Alves, Paulo Manuel
O’Sullivan, Ray
Otasowie, Ebeguowen
Pardington, James
Parker, Todd William
Pereira Goncalves, Pedro Antonio
Perry, Taylor
Randall-Hurren, William
Rasmussen, Oskar Buur
Ronan, Connor Patrick
Ruddy, John Robert
Samuels, Austin Jordan
Sanderson, Dion Dannie Leonard
Sauvage, Enzo Claude
Seedorf, Sherwin
Simpson, Aaron
Smith, Jackson
Sondergaard, Andreas
Stevenson, Ben Edward
Taylor, Terence
Thompson, Callum Niall
Townsend, Taylor
Watt, Elliot William
Wilson, Donovan Junior


Manchester City vs Copenhagen: How to watch live, team news, updates

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Manchester City looks to move closer to clinching a UEFA Champions League knockout round berth when it welcomes Copenhagen to the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday.

[ LIVE: Champions League scores, stats ]

City has beaten Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla and now faces consecutive games against Danish regulars Copenhagen.

WInning both would seal a place in the knockout rounds, but Copenhagen will be no walkover after drawing Sevilla earlier in the tournament.

[ MORE: How to watch Premier League in USA ]  

Here is everything you need to know ahead of Manchester City vs Copenhagen.


How to watch Manchester City vs Copenhagen live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 3pm ET, Wednesday
TV Channel: TUDN, Paramount+
Online: Updates via NBCSports.com


Key storylines + in-form players to keep an eye on

This time, we can combine the “key storylines” and “in-form players” sections: It’s Phil Foden and Erling Haaland.

Let’s focus on the latter.

Erling Haaland is threatening to put up season numbers that would seem impossible were we not to have experience Lionel Messi’s 2011-12 season at Barcelona. That season saw Messi score 50 goals and 19 assists in La Liga while adding 20 more goals and nine assists in other competitions.

The match total? 53.

That works out to 1.4 goals and 0.4 assists per game.

Haaland? So far he has 17 goals and three assists in 11 matches, good for… 1.54 goals and 0.27 assists per game.

So, yes, Haaland is currently on his “Messi prime” grind.


The lowdown on Copenhagen

Copenhagen enters this match hoping that star goalkeeper — ex-Brighton starter — Mathew Ryan can help shut down an incredible City attack.


Manchester City team news, injuries, lineup options

John Stones (thigh), Kalvin Phillips (shoulder), and Kyle Walker (muscular) are set to miss the match, while Rodri (lower leg) faces a late fitness test.

Liverpool cruises past Rangers with arrow free kick from Alexander-Arnold

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Liverpool dominated packed-in Rangers, cruising to a 2-0 win at Anfield in UEFA Champions League group stage play.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold scored a gorgeous free kick and Mohamed Salah converted a penalty to account for a 2-0 lead, and the Reds only allowed three shot attempts to their Glaswegian visitors. Not one of those attempts were on target.

Liverpool’s six points through three matches are three fewer than Napoli and three more than Ajax. Rangers have yet to claim a point ahead of a return match with Liverpool in Glasgow.

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What we learned from Liverpool vs Rangers

Trent Alexander-Arnold’s attacking flair has not been affected by defensive struggles: The English right back was poor at the back in a weekend draw with Brighton that followed an international break that saw him with England but not on the pitch. How would he react with a chance to do something special from a dead ball? Pretty darn well, sending an arrow into the upper 90 and giving Liverpool a 1-0 lead.

Better luck next time, Rangers: Glasgow Rangers’ run to the 2021-22 Europa League Final fueled the hope tank ahead of Champions League qualifying, and Giovanni von Bronckhorst led the team to the group stage and a tricky trio of opponents. So far, so ouch. Rangers lost 4-0 to Ajax in Amsterdam and had 25% of the ball. They hung tough with Napoli in Glasgow until a James Sands’ red card helped the Neapolitans to a 3-0 win. Now a 2-0 loss with 36% of the ball and a 21-3 attempt disadvantage? Woof.


Trent Alexander free kick goal video


Jurgen Klopp reaction: We changed things. It helped Trent.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says that there’s not a problem with Trent Alexander-Arnold’s defensive ability at right back.

Klopp says that if it appears he is struggling, that’s because he’s exposed by his teammates and the other team.

While that might seems like there’s a problem with his defensive ability, well, we would understand why you would think that, but he’s Jurgen Klopp admitting that there was a problem that included Trent Alexander-Arnold defending, so they changed their formation to make it better for him, and now there is still no problem.

JK, JK.

“There is no problem with defending,” Klopp said of Alexander-Arnold. “In good moments everything is fine. If there is no protection it looks like he is exposed. We changed it a little bit today.”

And Klopp is thrilled with the clean sheet following a 3-3 draw with Brighton at the weekend.

“We expected a reaction. Everyone expected a reaction. We really want to turn this into a positive and for that we need consistency. For that, you need top-class defending and we had that tonight. It worked out pretty well.”


How to watch Liverpool vs Rangers live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 3pm ET, Tuesday
TV Channel: TUDN, Paramount+
Online: Updates via NBCSports.com


Key storylines

Defensively Liverpool are really struggling and Virgil van Dijk and Trent Alexander-Arnold in particular look way off their usual standards. However, it’s not just about the defense. From front to back Liverpool haven’t matched their usual energy levels so far this season and after so much success over the last few seasons it’s very strange to watch them play this way. As for Glasgow Rangers, they’re hoping to make it difficult for Liverpool and have players who can hurt teams, especially on the counter. This will be a very tough assignment for the Scottish giants but they know they have to get something from these two games in a week against Liverpool to have any chance of keeping their European hopes alive for the rest of this season.


In-form players to keep an eye on

Liverpool’s Luis Diaz has been one of their most consistent players so far this season, while Roberto Firmino scored two at the weekend and goalkeeper Alisson bailed them out against Brighton as they could have easily lost at home. For Rangers, Antonio Colak has scored four goals in his last two league games and he is one to watch in attack.


The lowdown on Rangers

It has not been a great start to the season for Glasgow Rangers either as their arduous path through the UEFA Champions League qualifying rounds impacted their form. They were hammered 4-0 by Celtic in the league and defensively they aren’t as well-organized as they were under Steven Gerrard. Young USMNT duo James Sands and Malik Tillman are options at center back and in an attacking midfield role respectively and both need a big few months if they’re going to get in Gregg Berhalter’s squad for the World Cup. Rangers have some very experienced players in Steven Davis, Alfredo Morales, Allan McGregor and James Tavernier and don’t forget, they reached the UEFA Europa League final last season and could have easily won it. They are the kind of team that can pull off an upset and click for 15-20 minute periods in a game. That will frighten Klopp.


Liverpool team news, injuries, lineup options

Klopp has a few injury issues to contend with as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita remain out, while Andy Robertson and Curtis Jones are also out. Ibrahima Konate and Calvin Ramsay are back in training though. As for lineup options, Klopp will go with Salah and Firmino in attack but Diogo Jota, Darwin Nunez and Luis Diaz could come in after all three were on the bench at the weekend. In defense it will be intriguing to see if Alexander-Arnold is given a rest and Joe Gomez starts at right back.



UEFA Champions League: How to watch, predictions, updates, scores, schedule, fixtures

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The 2022-23 UEFA Champions League group stage is here and we are ready to roll between now and November.

With a congested schedule due to the 2022 World Cup kicking off in November, we will have midweek Champions League action every week between now and early November (aside from the international break in late September).

[ LIVE: Champions League scores ]

Can Real Madrid win back-to-back Champions League titles? Or will the Premier League giants continue to reach the final (at least one PL team has reached four of the last five finals with two all-English finals in the last four) and go one better this season?

Bayern Munich, Barcelona and Inter Milan are together in the “group of death,” while Tottenham were handed a (relatively) easy draw with Eintracht Frankfurt, Sporting CP and Marseille in Group D. Manchester City will face perennial European noise-makers in Borussia Dortmund and Sevilla in Group G, while PSG and Juventus were paired up in Group H.

Rangers are back in the Champions League group stage for the first time since 2010, joining bitter Glasgow rivals Celtic to give the Scottish Premiership two clubs in the UCL group stage for the first time in 15 years.

Elsewhere, Benfica, Copenhagen, Dinamo Zagreb, Viktoria Plzen and Maccabi Haifi made it through the playoffs, while this is the first time the Bundesliga has had five teams in the group stage after Frankfurt won the Europa League last season to qualify.

Below is everything you need following the UEFA Champions League group stage.


UEFA Champions League schedule, dates, how to watch

Dates: Group stage to be played September to November
Online: Live updates via NBCSports.com
How to watch: TUDN, Paramount+


Champions League group stage fixtures (all kick off times ET)

Matchday 3

Tuesday, 4 October
Bayern Munich 5-0 Viktoria Plzen
Marseille 4-1 Sporting CP
Liverpool 2-0 Rangers
Ajax 1-6 Napoli
Porto 2-0 Leverkusen
Club Brugge 2-0 Atletico Madrid
Inter Milan 1-0 Barcelona
Eintracht Frankfurt 0-0 Tottenham Hotspur

Wednesday, 5 October
Salzburg vs Dinamo Zagreb (12:45)
Leipzig vs Celtic (12:45)
Chelsea vs AC Milan (3:00)
Real Madrid vs Shakhtar (3:00)
Man City vs Copenhagen (3:00)
Sevilla vs Dortmund (3:00)
Juventus vs Maccabi Haifa (3:00)
Benfica vs Paris (3:00)


JPW’s Champions League predictions – Matchday 3

Tuesday, 4 October
Bayern 4-1 Plzen
Marseille 2-2 Sporting CP
Liverpool 4-2 Rangers
Ajax 2-2 Napoli
Porto 1-2 Leverkusen
Club Brugge 1-2 Atletico
Inter 1-1 Barcelona
Frankfurt 1-2 Tottenham

Wednesday, 5 October
Salzburg 2-1 Dinamo Zagreb
Leipzig 3-1 Celtic
Chelsea 2-1 AC Milan
Real Madrid 3-1 Shakhtar
Man City 4-1 Copenhagen
Sevilla 2-1 Dortmund
Juventus 3-1 Maccabi Haifa
Benfica 1-4 Paris


Matchday 1

Tuesday, 6 September
Dinamo Zagreb 1-0 Chelsea — Highlights, Tuchel’s furious response
Dortmund 3-0 Copenhagen — WATCH: Reyna’s two assists
Salzburg 1-1 AC Milan — Dest makes Milan debut off bench
Celtic 0-3 Real Madrid — Carter-Vickers’ Bhoys eventually falter
Leipzig 1-4 Shakhtar — Ukrainians off to rollicking start
Sevilla 0-4 Man City– Highlights, Guardiola’s glowing reaction
Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Juventus — McKennie scores in loss
Benfica 2-0 Maccabi Haifa — Cohen makes 3 saves in loss

Wednesday, 7 September
Ajax 4-0 Rangers — Dutch giants hammer Gers as Alvarez gets ball rolling
Frankfurt 0-3 Sporting CP — Portuguese giants led by Edwards’ opener
Napoli 4-1 Liverpool — Highlights as Klopp’s boys run ragged
Atletico 2-1 Porto — Griezmann scores 101st minute winner amid late drama
Club Brugge 1-0 Leverkusen — Sylla seals big win for Belgian champs
Barcelona 5-1 Plzen — Lewandowski hat trick leads rout
Inter 0-2 Bayern — Sane unplayable as Bayern ease to win
Tottenham 2-0 Marseille — Richarlison the late hero on his UCL debut

Matchday 2

Tuesday, 13 September
Plzen 0-2 Inter — Goal, assist for Dzeko in win over 10-man hosts
Sporting CP 2-0 Tottenham – Conte rues details plus video highlights
Liverpool 2-1 Ajax –Klopp relief at rebound win; Video highlights
Porto 0-4 Club Brugge — Four different scorers highlight blowout
Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 Atletico Madrid — Frimpong sets up two late goals
Bayern Munich 2-0 Barcelona — Wasteful finishing haunts Lewandowski return
Marseille 0-1 Eintracht Frankfurt — Late first-half Lindstrom goal the difference

Wednesday, 14 September
AC Milan 3-1 Dinamo Zagreb
Shakhtar 1-1 Celtic
Chelsea 1-1 Salzburg – RECAP & HIGHLIGHTS
Rangers 0-3 Napoli
Real Madrid 2-0 RB Leipzig
Man City 2-1 Dortmund – RECAP & HIGHLIGHTS
Copenhagen 0-0 Sevilla
Juventus 1-2 Benfica
Maccabi Haifa 1-3 Paris Saint-Germain


Matchday 3

Tuesday, 4 October
Bayern vs Plzen (12:45)
Marseille vs Sporting CP (12:45)
Liverpool vs Rangers (3:00)
Ajax vs Napoli (3:00)
Porto vs Leverkusen (3:00)
Club Brugge vs Atletico (3:00)
Inter vs Barcelona (3:00)
Frankfurt vs Tottenham (3:00)

Wednesday, 5 October
Salzburg vs Dinamo Zagreb (12:45)
Leipzig vs Celtic (12:45)
Chelsea vs AC Milan (3:00)
Real Madrid vs Shakhtar (3:00)
Man City vs Copenhagen (3:00)
Sevilla vs Dortmund (3:00)
Juventus vs Maccabi Haifa (3:00)
Benfica vs Paris (3:00)


Matchday 4

Tuesday, 11 October
Copenhagen vs Man City (12:45)
Maccabi Haifa vs Juventus (12:45)
Dinamo Zagreb vs Salzburg (3:00)
AC Milan vs Chelsea (3:00)
Shakhtar vs Real Madrid (3:00)
Celtic vs Leipzig (3:00)
Dortmund vs Sevilla (3:00)
Paris vs Benfica (3:00)

Wednesday, 12 October
Napoli vs Ajax (12:45)
Atletico vs Club Brugge (12:45)
Rangers vs Liverpool (3:00)
Leverkusen vs Porto (3:00)
Barcelona vs Inter (3:00)
Plzen vs Bayern (3:00)
Tottenham vs Frankfurt (3:00)
Sporting CP vs Marseille (3:00)

Matchday 5

Tuesday, 25 October
Salzburg vs Chelsea (12:45)
Sevilla vs Copenhagen (12:45)
Dinamo Zagreb vs AC Milan (3:00)
Celtic vs Shakhtar (3:00)
Leipzig vs Real Madrid (3:00)
Dortmund vs Man City (3:00)
Paris vs Maccabi Haifa (3:00)
Benfica vs Juventus (3:00)

Wednesday, 26 October
Club Brugge vs Porto (12:45)
Inter vs Plzen (12:45)
Napoli vs Rangers (3:00)
Ajax vs Liverpool (3:00)
Atletico vs Leverkusen (3:00)
Barcelona vs Bayern (3:00)
Tottenham vs Sporting CP (3:00)
Frankfurt vs Marseille (3:00)

Matchday 6

Tuesday, 1 November
Porto vs Atletico (18:45)
Leverkusen vs Club Brugge (18:45)
Liverpool vs Napoli (21:00)
Rangers vs Ajax (21:00)
Bayern vs Inter (21:00)
Plzen vs Barcelona (21:00)
Sporting CP vs Frankfurt (21:00)
Marseille vs Tottenham (21:00)

Wednesday, 2 November
Real Madrid vs Celtic (12:45)
Shakhtar vs Leipzig (12:45)
Chelsea vs Dinamo Zagreb (3:00)
AC Milan vs Salzburg (3:00)
Man City vs Sevilla (3:00)
Copenhagen vs Dortmund (3:00)
Juventus vs Paris (3:00)
Maccabi Haifa vs Benfica (3:00)


Knockout stage dates

Round of 16 draw: 7 November
Round of 16: 14/15/21/22 February & 7/8/14/15 March 2023
Quarter-final and semi-final draw: 17 March 2023
Quarter-finals: 11/12 & 18/19 April 2023
Semi-finals: 9/10 & 16/17 May 2023
Final: 10 June 2023


Champions League group stage standings

Group A
Napoli — 6 points (+6 GD)
Ajax — 3 (-2)
Liverpool — 3 (+3)
Rangers — 0 (-7)

Group B
Club Brugge — 6 (+5)
Bayer Leverkusen — 3 (1)
Atletico Madrid — 3 (-1)
Porto — 0 (-5)

Group C
Bayern Munich — 6 (+4)
Barcelona — 3 (+2)
Inter Milan — 3 (0)
Viktoria Plzen — 0 (-6)

Group D
Sporting CP — 6 (+5)
Tottenham Hotspur — 3 (0)
Eintracht Frankfurt — 3 (-2)
Marseille — 0

Group E
AC Milan — 4 (+2)
Dinamo Zagreb — 3 (-1)
Red Bull Salzburg — 2 (0)
Chelsea — 1 (-1)

Group F
Real Madrid — 6 (+5)
Shakhtar Donetsk — 3 (+3)
Celtic — 1 (-3)
RB Leipzig — 0 (-5)

Group G
Manchester City — 6 (+5)
Borussia Dortmund — 3 (+2)
Copenhagen — 1 (-3)
Sevilla — 1 (-4)

Group H
Paris Saint-Germain — 6 (+3)
Benfica — 6 (+3)
Juventus — 0 (-2)
Maccabi Haifa — 0 (-4)


Eintracht Frankfurt vs Tottenham: Spurs to rue missed chances

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Tottenham Hotspur couldn’t find a way to goal in a scoreless draw with Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany on Tuesday, leaving their UEFA Champions League fate in the middle of a muddled Group D.

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Spurs had 56% of the ball but the game featured only two shots on target each and was utterly forgettable for those not in attendance to sing and take in the Waldstadion atmosphere.

Harry Kane couldn’t convert either of two glorious chances and Spurs failed to manufacture much else, but will feel more than comfortable with the idea of beating Eintracht in North London next week

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What we learned from Eintracht Frankfurt vs Tottenham

Someone freeze time so Harry Kane can rest: Tottenham’s star striker looks like a man who could use a refresh. Since the start of September, Kane has played 270 out of 270 minutes in the UEFA Champions League, 180 out of 180 minutes for England, and 708 out of 720 minutes in the Premier League. Yes, big time players play most of their teams’ minutes. And yes, Kane is the Premier League’s second-leading scorer. But the idea of Tottenham’s depth should just be to rotate Heung-min Son, Richarlison, and Dejan Kulusevski a bit.

Tottenham’s knockout round berth not a fait accompli, but this is alright: Spurs have now taken four of nine points from Group D, beating Marseille at home and losing to Sporting Lisbon in Portugal. The group is congested with three points separating first-place Sporting Lisbon and last-place OM, but Spurs are one of two teams with a pair of home games left on their docket and that gives them a strong chance to reach the knockout rounds.


How to watch Eintracht Frankfurt vs Tottenham live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 3pm ET, Tuesday
TV Channel: TUDN, Paramount+
Online: Updates via NBCSports.com


Key pregame storylines

Group D remains eminently winnable for Spurs, who have three points from their first two games. Sporting sit top of the group on six, but four games remain, including the return fixture in north London on Oct. 26. Eintracht Frankfurt have thus far beaten Marseille (away) and taken a hammering by the Portuguese (home), leaving their two most difficult fixtures (Tottenham and Sporting away) for the second half of the group stage.


In-form players to keep an eye on

Despite some (minor) frustrations over Tottenham’s rather defensive style of play under Conte, it’s worth noting they’ve only failed to score once all season (the loss to Sporting). Harry Kane leads the way in the Premier League with seven goals, including one against Arsenal, on the heels of Son Heung-min’s hat trick against the Foxes prior to the international break. Finally off the mark for the season and locked into a starting spot for the time being with Dejan Kulusevski battling a thigh injury. Richarlison scored his first two goals for Tottenham in the home win over Marseille, but the Brazilian has since gone cold without a goal or assist in three straight games (all starts).


Tottenham team news, injuries, lineup options

OUT: Dejan Kulusevski (thigh), Lucas Moura (achilles)

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