English Premier League Pre-Season 2023: Team-by-Team Results and Scorers Guide for Fantasy Football Enthusiasts

Man United during a pre-season clash with Athletic Bilbao

Man United during a pre-season clash with Athletic Bilbao Credit: Eddie Lennon (ETPhotos)

The 2023/24 pre-season has witnessed Premier League clubs gearing up for the imminent season through a series of intriguing fixtures across the globe.

From dominant displays to surprising upsets, these matches provide a glimpse into the form and potential of each team. They could also help you shape that final Fantasy Football selection you’ve been mulling over!

Dive in to get a breakdown of how each side fared in their preparations. There is a combined pre-season top-scorers list at the bottom of the article. 


During their pre-season campaign, Arsenal played a total of six matches, resulting in three draws, two wins, and one loss.

The Gunners started their pre-season with two consecutive draws, 1-1 against both Watford and FC Nurnberg. Following these, Arsenal's attack came to life with a dominant 5-0 victory over MLS All-Stars. However, they faced a challenge when Manchester United handed them a 0-2 defeat. Undeterred, Arsenal achieved their highest-scoring match with a 5-3 win against Barcelona. They concluded their pre-season fixtures with a 1-1 stalemate against Monaco.

As a prelude to the new season, Arsenal went head-to-head with Manchester City for the Community Shield. The regular time concluded with a 1-1 draw, thanks to a deflected goal from Leandro Trossard. Arsenal's composure during penalties saw them defeat City 4-1.

Top Scorers List:

Leandro Trossard: 4
Bukayo Saka: 2
Kai Havertz: 2
Marquinhos, Gabriel Jesus, Jorginho, Gabriel Martinelli, Fabio Vieira, Eddie Nketiah: 1

Form Scan: D D W L W D W (Community Shield on penalties)

Goals Scored: 12
Goals Conceded: 9

Aston Villa

Aston Villa’s pre-season commenced with a 1-1 draw against Walsall, where Ollie Watkins made his mark. The subsequent game against Newcastle ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw, featuring a double from Emiliano Buendia. The Villains displayed their dominance with a solid 0-2 victory over Fulham, followed by yet another draw, this time a 3-3 standoff against Brentford. Picking up momentum, Aston Villa cruised to a 3-0 win against Lazio. They wrapped up their pre-season campaign with a confident 2-1 win against Valencia.

Top Scorers List:

Ollie Watkins: 4
Emiliano Buendia: 3
Moussa Diaby: 2
Ezri Konsa, Jaden Philogene, Matty Cash, John McGinn: 1
Own Goal (vs Lazio): 1

Form Scan:

Goals Scored: 14
Goals Conceded: 8


During their pre-season campaign, Bournemouth participated in five matches. They began with a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Hibernian, with goals from David Brooks, Jaidon Anthony, and two from Philip Billing. This positive start was followed by a narrow 1-0 defeat to Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Bournemouth then faced Southampton, securing a 3-2 win with contributions from Dango Ouattara, Ryan Christie, and another goal from David Brooks. Their subsequent match against Atalanta ended in a 3-1 loss, with Marcos Senesi being the only scorer for Bournemouth. The Cherries concluded their pre-season with a 2-0 win over Lorient, thanks to goals from David Brooks and Kieffer Moore.

Top Scorers List:

David Brooks: 3
Philip Billing: 2
Jaidon Anthony: 1
Dango Ouattara: 1
Ryan Christie: 1
Marcos Senesi: 1
Kieffer Moore: 1

Form Scan: W L W L W

Goals Scored: 12

Goals Conceded: 6


Brentford engaged in a series of five pre-season fixtures. They kicked off with a 1-1 draw against Boreham Wood, with Halil Dervisoglu finding the net. The Bees then took on Fulham, in a tightly contested match that ended 3-2 in favor of Fulham; Brentford's goals were scored by Yoane Wissa and Kristoffer Ajer.

Facing Brighton next, Brentford suffered a 2-0 defeat. However, they managed to bounce back in a high-scoring 3-3 draw against Aston Villa, with Bryan Mbuemo, Josh Dasilva, and Shandon Baptiste each contributing a goal. The Bees concluded their pre-season fixtures with a goalless draw against Lille.

Top Scorers List:

Halil Dervisoglu: 1
Yoane Wissa: 1
Kristoffer Ajer: 1
Bryan Mbuemo: 1
Josh Dasilva: 1
Shandon Baptiste: 1

Form Scan: D L D D

Goals Scored: 7

Goals Conceded: 9

Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton & Hove Albion faced four challenging opponents in their pre-season run. Their fixtures began with a goal fest against Chelsea, narrowly losing 4-3. Danny Welbeck, Joao Pedro, and Deniz Undav got on the scoresheet for the Seagulls.

Their next outing saw them secure a 2-0 victory over Brentford, thanks to Simon Adingra who bagged both goals. Brighton suffered a 2-1 defeat in their subsequent match against Newcastle with Welbeck finding the net again. Their final game before the season commenced ended in a 1-1 stalemate against Rayo Vallecano, with Joao Pedro registering another goal.

Scorer List:

Danny Welbeck: 2
Joao Pedro: 2
Simon Adingra: 2
Deniz Undav: 1

Form Scan: L W L D

Goals Scored: 7

Goals Conceded: 9


In their pre-season fixtures, Burnley embarked on a series of eight matches with mixed results.

Starting on 1 July, Burnley edged past Fleetwood with a 3-2 victory. Jay Rodriguez, Jez Davies, and Michael Mellon were the scorers. On 8 July, a single goal by Basilio Rieno Socoliche secured a win against Burton.

Continuing their positive start, Burnley overcame Port Vale 3-1 on 11 July. Josh Brownhill netted twice, with Joe Westley adding the third. They secured another victory against Sheffield Wednesday on 14 July, with Scott Twine, Brownhill, and Dara Costelloe finding the back of the net.

Burnley faced defeat against Genk on 22 July, losing 2-0. The team rebounded in their match against Benfica on 25 July, with Owen Dodgson and Hjalmar Ekdal scoring in a 2-0 win. Burnley's encounter with Real Betis on 28 July ended in a 1-1 draw, with Jordan Beyer as the scorer. The pre-season concluded with a 3-0 defeat to Mainz on 5 August.


Josh Brownhill: 3
Jay Rodriguez: 1
Jez Davies: 1
Michael Mellon: 1
Basilio Rieno Socoliche: 1
Scott Twine: 1
Dara Costelloe: 1
Owen Dodgson: 1
Hjalmar Ekdal: 1
Jordan Beyer: 1

Form: W W W W L W D L

Goals Scored: 14

Goals Conceded: 9


Chelsea played a series of five pre-season fixtures in preparation for the upcoming season.

On 20 July, they commenced with a dominant 5-0 victory over Wrexham. The goal scorers in this match were Ian Maatsen (2 goals), Conor Gallagher, Christopher Nkunku, and Ben Chilwell.

Their next match, on 23 July, was a 4-3 thriller against Brighton. Christopher Nkunku, Conor Gallagher, Nicolas Jackson, and Mykhailo Mudryk all netted for the Blues.

Chelsea travelled to Newcastle on 27 July and came away with a 1-1 draw, courtesy of a goal by Nicolas Jackson. On 30 July, they faced Fulham and secured a 2-0 win with goals from Thiago Silva and Christopher Nkunku.

Their final pre-season fixture on 3 August against Borussia Dortmund ended in a 1-1 draw, with Mason Burstow as the scorer for Chelsea.


Christopher Nkunku: 3
Ian Maatsen: 2
Conor Gallagher: 2
Nicolas Jackson: 2
Ben Chilwell: 1
Mykhailo Mudryk: 1
Thiago Silva: 1
Mason Burstow: 1

Form: W W D W D

Goals Scored: 13

Goals Conceded: 5

Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace engaged in a series of seven pre-season matches as part of their preparations for the upcoming season.

They began their campaign on 11 July with a narrow 1-0 defeat at the hands of Barnet.

On 15 July, they shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw against Brondby, with goals from Jesurun Rak-Sakyi and Jean-Philippe Mateta. Their fortunes improved on 19 July as they dominated Crawley with a 4-0 win. The scorers in this game were Jean-Philippe Mateta (2 goals), Eberechi Eze, and Naouirou Ahamada.

Their match on 22 July saw them triumph 2-1 over Watford, with both goals coming from Odsonne Edouard. However, on 27 July, they suffered a setback with a 2-1 loss to Millonarios, Jake O’Brien being the sole scorer for Palace.

On 31 July, they secured a 1-1 draw against Sevilla, with Eberechi Eze finding the back of the net. Their final pre-season clash on 5 August resulted in a comfortable 2-0 win over Lyon, courtesy of goals from Jeffrey Schlupp and Odsonne Edouard.


Jean-Philippe Mateta: 3
Odsonne Edouard: 3
Eberechi Eze: 2
Jesurun Rak-Sakyi: 1
Naouirou Ahamada: 1
Jake O’Brien: 1
Jeffrey Schlupp: 1

Form: L D W W L D W

Goals Scored: 12

Goals Conceded: 7

Everton's Pre-Season Recap

Everton participated in six pre-season fixtures, solidifying their form and building team cohesion in the lead-up to the season.

The campaign began on 14 July, with Everton securing a 2-1 win against Stade Nyonnais, thanks to goals from Katia Kouyate and Neal Maupay.

Subsequent matches saw Everton maintain an unbeaten streak. On 22 July, they managed a 1-1 draw against Tranmere with Stanley Mills as the goalscorer. Later on the same day, Everton narrowly beat Wigan 1-0, with the lone goal coming from Ashley Young.

A goalless draw against Bolton on 25 July was followed by another 1-0 victory against Stoke on 29 July. Amadou Onana was the scorer in this encounter.

Everton capped off their pre-season campaign on 5 August with a 1-0 win against Sporting Lisbon, Dominic Calvert-Lewin securing the win.


Dominic Calvert-Lewin: 1
Amadou Onana: 1
Ashley Young: 1
Stanley Mills: 1
Katia Kouyate: 1
Neal Maupay: 1

Form: W D W D W W

Goals Scored: 6

Goals Conceded: 2

During their pre-season campaign, Fulham participated in four matches, securing two wins, and suffering two losses.

They commenced their pre-season fixtures with a closely fought 3-2 victory against Brentford, with goals from Harry Wilson, Bobby Decordova-Reid, and Carlos Vinicius.

This promising start was immediately followed by two successive losses, first at the hands of Aston Villa with a 0-2 scoreline and then to Chelsea, where they were defeated 2-0.

Ending their pre-season on a brighter note, Fulham managed a 2-1 win against Hoffenheim, courtesy of strikes from Raúl and Calvin Bassey.

Top Scorers List:
Harry Wilson: 1
Bobby Decordova-Reid: 1
Carlos Vinicius: 1
Raúl: 1
Calvin Bassey: 1

Form Scan: W L L W
Goals Scored: 5
Goals Conceded: 6

During their pre-season campaign, Liverpool engaged in five matches, tallying three wins, one draw, and one loss.

The Reds initiated their pre-season with a 4-2 victory over Karlsruher, thanks to goals from Darwin Nunez, a brace from Diogo Jota, and Cody Gakpo.

Next up was a high-scoring 4-4 draw against Greuther Furth, with Darwin Nunez standing out with a brace. Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah scored the other goals.

Showcasing their attacking might, they dispatched Leicester City 4-0. Again Nunez and Jota were on the scoresheet with Bobby Clark and Ben Doak also scoring.

However, they were edged out by Bayern Munich in a close 3-4 encounter. Cody Gakpo, Virgil Van Dijk and Luis Diaz with the goals.

Liverpool's final pre-season fixture against Darmstadt at Deepdale, Preston, ended 3-1 with goals from Mo Salah, Jota and Diaz

Top Scorers List:
Darwin Nunez: 4
Diogo Jota: 4
Cody Gakpo: 2
Luis Diaz: 3
Mohamed Salah: 2
Bobby Clark: 1
Ben Doak: 1
Virgil Van Dijk: 1

Form Scan: W D W L W
Goals Scored: 18
Goals Conceded: 11

Luton Town
In their pre-season preparations, Luton Town played a series of five matches, registering three wins, one draw, and one loss.

Luton started on a positive note, defeating Peterborough 3-1, with goals coming from Carlton Morris, John McAtee, and Dion Pereira.

They then experienced a more balanced contest, drawing 1-1 against Ipswich with Morris once again on the scoresheet.

Luton's winning form continued against Sheffield Wednesday, edging them out 2-1, thanks to goals from Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu and Morris.

In a contest against Wolves, neither side could break the deadlock, resulting in a 0-0 draw.

In their final pre-season clash against VfL Bochum, Luton showcased their resilience, emerging victorious with a 3-1 scoreline, after initially facing a 2-1 defeat in a previous encounter the same day. The goals came courtesy of Tom Lockyer, Elijah Adebayo and a double from Luke Berry.

Top Scorers List:
Carlton Morris: 4
Luke Berry: 2
John McAtee: 1
Dion Pereira: 1
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu: 1
Tom Lockyer: 1
Elijah Adebayo: 1

Form Scan: W D W D W
Goals Scored: 10
Goals Conceded: 5

Manchester City
As part of their pre-season preparations, Manchester City played a total of three matches, earning two victories and suffering one defeat.

The Citizens kicked off their pre-season with a high-scoring affair against Yokohama F Marinos, emerging victorious with a 5-3 scoreline. Erling Haaland was instrumental, netting twice, while John Stones, Julian Alvarez, and Rodri also contributed with goals.

In their subsequent fixture, City faced a stern test against European giants Bayern Munich, but managed to carve out a 2-1 win thanks to strikes from James McAtee and Aymeric Laporte.

Their pre-season campaign concluded with a narrow 1-2 loss to Atletico Madrid, with Ruben Dias finding the back of the net for the English side.

Ahead of the new season, they faced Arsenal in the Community Shield and, despite being moments from victory thanks to a 77th minute Cole Palmer strike, they conceded 11 minutes into added time and subsequently lost a penalty shootout 4-1.

Top Scorers List:
Erling Haaland: 2
John Stones: 1
Julian Alvarez: 1
Rodri: 1
James McAtee: 1
Aymeric Laporte: 1
Ruben Dias: 1
Cole Palmer: 1

Form Scan: W W L
Goals Scored: 9
Goals Conceded: 7

Manchester United
During their pre-season, Manchester United played a total of seven matches, securing four wins and suffering three losses.

The team kicked off with a 2-0 victory over Leeds United with goals from Noam Emeran and Joe Hugill.

Their winning form continued against Lyon with Donny van de Beek netting the only goal.

Arsenal were next, and United secured a clean 2-0 win, thanks to goals from Bruno Fernandes and Jadon Sancho.

However, the team's momentum was halted with a 1-3 defeat to Wrexham, even though Marc Jurado got on the scoresheet.

Consecutive losses followed against heavyweights Real Madrid (2-0) and Borussia Dortmund (2-3). Diogo Dalot and Antony on the scoresheet against the German side.

Looking to turn things around, Manchester United clinched a 3-1 win against RC Lens, with Marcus Rashford, Antony, and Casemiro all finding the net.

Their latest fixture saw them face Athletic Bilbao in a 1-1 draw, with Facundo Pellistri scoring for United.

Top Scorers List:
Antony: 2
Bruno Fernandes, Jadon Sancho, Joe Hugill, Noam Emeran, Donny van de Beek, Marc Jurado, Diogo Dalot, Marcus Rashford, and Casemiro: 1

Form Scan: W W W L L L W
Goals Scored: 11
Goals Conceded: 10

Newcastle United
Throughout their pre-season, Newcastle United participated in seven matches, earning four victories, two draws, and one loss.

The team embarked on their campaign with a narrow 3-2 win against Gateshead, credited to goals from Elliot Anderson, Allan Saint-Maximin, and Jay Turner-Cooke.

A similar victory margin was achieved against Rangers (2-1) with strikes from Miguel Almirón and Harrison Ashby.

Against Aston Villa, Newcastle secured a draw with a 3-3 scoreline, thanks to goals from Elliot Anderson, Alexander Isak, and Callum Wilson.

The 1-1 stalemate against Chelsea saw Miguel Almirón on the scoresheet.

Elliot Anderson's double secured a 2-1 triumph over Brighton.

Facing Fiorentina, the team claimed a 2-0 victory with goals from Miguel Almirón and Alexander Isak.

In their recent clash against Villarreal, Jacob Murphy, Harvey Barnes (twice), and Joelinton registered goals for Newcastle.

Top Scorers List:
Elliot Anderson: 4
Miguel Almirón, Alexander Isak: 3 each
Allan Saint-Maximin, Jay Turner-Cooke, Harrison Ashby, Callum Wilson, Jacob Murphy, Harvey Barnes, Joelinton: 1 each

Form Scan: W W D D W W
Goals Scored: 14
Goals Conceded: 10

Nottingham Forest
During their pre-season fixtures, Nottingham Forest engaged in seven matches, managing a mixed bag of results with two wins, one draw, and four defeats.

They commenced their schedule with a morale-boosting 1-0 victory over local rivals Notts County, thanks to a goal from Hwang Ui-Jo.

However, the tide soon turned as they suffered two consecutive 1-0 defeats at the hands of Valencia and PSV Eindhoven.

A brief return to form was witnessed when Forest overcame Levante 2-1, with Ryan Yates and Danilo finding the back of the net.

But their momentum was halted by a series of defeats, first to Leeds United 2-0 and then a heavy 5-0 loss to Stade Rennais.

Their pre-season fixtures came to a close with a goalless draw against Eintracht Frankfurt.

Top Scorers List:
Hwang Ui-Jo, Ryan Yates, and Danilo: 1

Form Scan: W L L L L L D
Goals Scored: 3
Goals Conceded: 12

Sheffield United
Sheffield United faced a challenging pre-season, contesting six matches with two victories, one draw, and three losses.

The Blades got off to a positive start, defeating Chesterfield 2-0 courtesy of goals from Iliman Ndiaye and Ben Osborn.

This was followed by a stalemate against Estoril.

However, they found themselves on the back foot, enduring consecutive defeats to Rotherham (1-0), Girona (0-2), and then a comprehensive 3-0 loss to Stuttgart.

They triumphed over Derby with a 3-1 scoreline, with Anis Slimane, George Baldock, and Iliman Ndiaye contributing to the goals tally.

Top Scorers List:
Iliman Ndiaye: 2
Ben Osborn, Anis Slimane, and George Baldock: 1

Form Scan: W D L L W L
Goals Scored: 6
Goals Conceded: 8

Tottenham Hotspur
Tottenham Hotspur's pre-season fixtures witnessed an array of results across five scheduled matches, one of which was cancelled.

Their campaign commenced with a narrow 2-3 loss to West Ham, in which Giovani Lo Celso and Destiny Udogie found the net.

Their subsequent clash against Leicester was unfortunately called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

Spurs bounced back in a spectacular fashion, obliterating Lion City Sailors 5-1. Richarlison netted a hat-trick, while Harry Kane and Giovani Lo Celso also contributed to the scoreline.

They recorded a dominant 5-1 performance against Shakhtar Donetsk, highlighted by a stellar four-goal performance from Harry Kane, complemented by a goal from young Dane Scarlett..

In their most recent outing, Spurs lost 4-2 to Barcelona, with a brace from Oliver Skipp. 

Top Scorers List:
Harry Kane: 5
Richarlison: 3
Skipp: 2
Giovani Lo Celso and Destiny Udogie: 1

Form Scan: L W W
Goals Scored: 12
Goals Conceded: 10

West Ham United
West Ham United's pre-season had its shares of highs and lows throughout the six fixtures played.

The Hammers kickstarted their preparation with a convincing 4-1 victory against Boreham Wood, with goals from Danny Ings, Kamarai Swyer, Jarrod Bowen, and Gideon Kodua.

This attacking prowess continued as they dismantled Perth Glory 6-2, a match marked by a brace from Jarrod Bowen and further contributions from Gianluca Scamacca, Emerson, and Divin Mubama, alongside an own goal.

Their momentum persisted with a 3-2 win over Tottenham, as Danny Ings, Divin Mubama, and Gianluca Scamacca all found the net.

However, they faced a bump as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Dagenham & Redbridge with goals from Maxwel Cornet and Divin Mubama.

A 3-1 defeat to Rennes saw Tomáš Souček as the sole scorer for the Hammers.

The pre-season campaign concluded with a challenging 4-0 loss against Bayer Leverkusen.

Top Scorers List:
Jarrod Bowen, Divin Mubama: 3
Danny Ings, Gianluca Scamacca: 2
OG, Emerson, Maxwel Cornet, and Tomáš Souček: 1

Form Scan: W W W D L L
Goals Scored: 17
Goals Conceded: 12

Wolverhampton Wanderers
Wolverhampton Wanderers had a fairly positive pre-season run across their five matches.

They began their preparations with a close 2-1 win against Vitoria SC, thanks to goals from Matheus Cunha and Owen Farmer. Continuing the momentum, Wolves secured a narrow 1-0 victory over Porto with Pedro Neto finding the back of the net.

Their match against Celtic ended in a 1-1 draw, with Matheus Cunha once again on the scoresheet.

A goalless encounter with Luton Town followed this draw.

The pre-season campaign culminated on a high note as Wolves overcame Rennes 3-1, with Rayan Ait-Nouri, Joao Gomes, and Hee Chan Hwang all contributing to the scoreline.

Top Scorers List:
Matheus Cunha: 2
Owen Farmer, Pedro Neto, Rayan Ait-Nouri, Joao Gomes, and Hee Chan Hwang: 1

Form Scan: W W D L W
Goals Scored: 8
Goals Conceded: 4


Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur): 5

Leandro Trossard (Arsenal): 4
Ollie Watkins (Aston Villa): 4
Elliot Anderson (Newcastle United): 4
Darwin Nunez (Liverpool): 4
Diogo Jota (Liverpool): 4
Carlton Morris (Luton Town): 4

Richarlison (Tottenham Hotspur): 3
Emiliano Buendia (Aston Villa): 3
David Brooks (Bournemouth): 3
Josh Brownhill (Burnley): 3
Christopher Nkunku (Chelsea): 3
Jean-Philippe Mateta (Crystal Palace): 3
Odsonne Edouard (Crystal Palace): 3
Luis Diaz (Liverpool): 3
Jarrod Bowen (West Ham United): 3
Divin Mubama (West Ham United): 3
Miguel Almirón (Newcastle United): 3
Alexander Isak (Newcastle United): 3
Bukayo Saka (Arsenal): 2

Kai Havertz (Arsenal): 2
Moussa Diaby (Aston Villa): 2
Philip Billing (Bournemouth): 2
Danny Welbeck (Brighton & Hove Albion): 2
Joao Pedro (Brighton & Hove Albion): 2
Simon Adingra (Brighton & Hove Albion): 2
Ian Maatsen (Chelsea): 2
Conor Gallagher (Chelsea): 2
Nicolas Jackson (Chelsea): 2
Eberechi Eze (Crystal Palace): 2
Cody Gakpo (Liverpool): 2
Mohamed Salah (Liverpool): 2
Luke Berry (Luton Town): 2
Erling Haaland (Manchester City): 2
Antony (Manchester United): 2
Iliman Ndiaye (Sheffield United): 2
Danny Ings (West Ham United): 2
Gianluca Scamacca (West Ham United): 2
Matheus Cunha (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 2

Marquinhos (Arsenal): 1
Gabriel Jesus (Arsenal): 1
Jorginho (Arsenal): 1
Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal): 1
Fabio Vieira (Arsenal): 1
Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal): 1
Ezri Konsa (Aston Villa): 1
Jaden Philogene (Aston Villa): 1
Matty Cash (Aston Villa): 1
John McGinn (Aston Villa): 1
Jaidon Anthony (Bournemouth): 1
Dango Ouattara (Bournemouth): 1
Ryan Christie (Bournemouth): 1
Marcos Senesi (Bournemouth): 1
Kieffer Moore (Bournemouth): 1
Halil Dervisoglu (Brentford): 1
Yoane Wissa (Brentford): 1
Kristoffer Ajer (Brentford): 1
Bryan Mbuemo (Brentford): 1
Josh Dasilva (Brentford): 1
Shandon Baptiste (Brentford): 1
Deniz Undav (Brighton & Hove Albion): 1
Jay Rodriguez (Burnley): 1
Jez Davies (Burnley): 1
Michael Mellon (Burnley): 1
Basilio Rieno Socoliche (Burnley): 1
Scott Twine (Burnley): 1
Dara Costelloe (Burnley): 1
Owen Dodgson (Burnley): 1
Hjalmar Ekdal (Burnley): 1
Jordan Beyer (Burnley): 1
Ben Chilwell (Chelsea): 1
Mykhailo Mudryk (Chelsea): 1
Thiago Silva (Chelsea): 1
Mason Burstow (Chelsea): 1
Jesurun Rak-Sakyi (Crystal Palace): 1
Naouirou Ahamada (Crystal Palace): 1
Jake O’Brien (Crystal Palace): 1
Jeffrey Schlupp (Crystal Palace): 1
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Everton): 1
Amadou Onana (Everton): 1
Ashley Young (Everton): 1
Stanley Mills (Everton): 1
Katia Kouyate (Everton): 1
Neal Maupay (Everton): 1
Harry Wilson (Fulham): 1
Bobby Decordova-Reid (Fulham): 1
Carlos Vinicius (Fulham): 1
Raúl (Fulham): 1
Calvin Bassey (Fulham): 1
Bobby Clark (Liverpool): 1
Ben Doak (Liverpool): 1
Virgil Van Dijk (Liverpool): 1
John McAtee (Luton Town): 1
Dion Pereira (Luton Town): 1
Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu (Luton Town): 1
Tom Lockyer (Luton Town): 1
Elijah Adebayo (Luton Town): 1
John Stones (Manchester City): 1
Julian Alvarez (Manchester City): 1
Rodri (Manchester City): 1
James McAtee (Manchester City): 1
Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City): 1
Ruben Dias (Manchester City): 1
Cole Palmer (Manchester City): 1
Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United): 1
Jadon Sancho (Manchester United): 1
Joe Hugill (Manchester United): 1
Noam Emeran (Manchester United): 1
Donny van de Beek (Manchester United): 1
Marc Jurado (Manchester United): 1
Diogo Dalot (Manchester United): 1
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United): 1
Casemiro (Manchester United): 1
Allan Saint-Maximin (Newcastle United): 1
Jay Turner-Cooke (Newcastle United): 1
Harrison Ashby (Newcastle United): 1
Callum Wilson (Newcastle United): 1
Jacob Murphy (Newcastle United): 1
Harvey Barnes (Newcastle United): 1
Joelinton (Newcastle United): 1
Hwang Ui-Jo (Nottingham Forest): 1
Ryan Yates (Nottingham Forest): 1
Danilo (Nottingham Forest): 1
Ben Osborn (Sheffield United): 1
Anis Slimane (Sheffield United): 1
George Baldock (Sheffield United): 1
Giovani Lo Celso (Tottenham Hotspur): 1
Destiny Udogie (Tottenham Hotspur): 1
OG (West Ham United): 1
Emerson (West Ham United): 1
Maxwel Cornet (West Ham United): 1
Tomáš Souček (West Ham United): 1
Owen Farmer (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 1
Pedro Neto (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 1
Rayan Ait-Nouri (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 1
Joao Gomes (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 1
Hee Chan Hwang (Wolverhampton Wanderers): 1