World Cup squads: Premier League stars heading to Qatar

Arsenal – 10 gamers

Bukayo Saka, Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale (England); Matt Turner (United States); William Saliba (France); Takehiro Tomiyasu (Japan); Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli (Brazil); Granite Xhaka (Switzerland); Thomas Partey (Ghana)

Aston Villa – 4

Emiliano Martinez (Argentina); Matty Money, Jan Bednarek (Poland); Leander Dendoncker (Belgium)

Bournemouth – 2

Chris Mepham, Kieffer Moore (Wales)

Brentford – 6

Mathias Jensen, Mikkel Damsgaard, Christian Norgaard (Denmark); David Raya (Spain); Bryan Mbeumo (Cameroon); Saman Ghoddos (Iran)

Brentford’s Saman Ghoddos (left) is the one English-based participant within the Iran squad

Brighton – 8

Pervis Estupinan, Jeremy Sarmiento, Moises Caicedo (Ecuador); Alexis MacAllister (Argentina); Kaoru Mitoma (Japan); Robert Sanchez (Spain); Leandro Trossard (Belgium); Tariq Lamptey (Ghana)

Chelsea – 12

Edouard Mendy, Kalidou Koulibaly (Senegal); Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Conor Gallagher (England); Christian Pulisic (United States); Kai Havertz (Germany); Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain); Matej Kovacic (Croatia); Hakim Ziyech (Morocco); Thiago Silva (Brazil); Denis Zakaria (Switzerland)

Crystal Palace – 2

Joachim Andersen (Denmark); Jordan Ayew (Ghana)

Everton – 4

Idrissa Gueye (Senegal); Jordan Pickford, Conor Coady (England); Amadou Onana (Belgium)

Fulham – 6

Antonee Robinson, Tim Ream (United States); Harry Wilson, Daniel James (Wales); Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia); Joao Palhinha (Portugal)

Fulham forward Aleksandar Mitrovic is proving a major injury headache for Serbia

Fulham ahead Aleksandar Mitrovic is proving a serious damage headache for Serbia

Leeds United – 3

Tyler Adams, Brenden Aaronson (United States); Rasmus Kristensen (Denmark)

Leicester Metropolis – 7

Nampalys Mendy (Senegal); James Maddison (England); Danny Ward (Wales); Wout Faes, Youri Tielemans, Timothy Castagne (Belgium); Daniel Amartey (Ghana)

Liverpool – 7

Virgil van Dijk (Holland); Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold (England); Ibrahima Konate (France); Alisson, Fabinho (Brazil); Darwin Nunez (Uruguay)

Darwin Nunez enters the World Cup in excellent form after a double for Liverpool against Southampton over the weekend

Darwin Nunez enters the World Cup in wonderful kind after a double for Liverpool in opposition to Southampton over the weekend

Manchester Metropolis – 16

Nathan Ake (Holland); Kyle Walker, John Stones, Jack Grealish, Kalvin Phillips, Phil Foden (England); Julian Alvarez (Argentina); Ilkay Gundogan (Germany); Rodri, Aymeric Laporte (Spain); Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium); Ederson (Brazil); Manuel Akanji (Switzerland); Ruben Dias, Bernardo Silva, Joao Cancelo (Portugal)

Manchester United – 14

Tyrell Malacia (Holland); Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford (England); Lisandro Martinez (Argentina); Christian Eriksen (Denmark); Raphael Varane (France); Casemiro, Fred, Antony (Brazil); Diogo Dalot, Bruno Fernandes, Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal); Facundo Pellistri (Uruguay)

Newcastle United – 5

Nick Pope, Kieran Trippier, Callum Wilson (England); Bruno Guimaraes (Brazil); Fabian Schar (Switzerland)

Newcastle's Fabian Schar (left) is one of several English-based Swiss players

Newcastle’s Fabian Schar (left) is certainly one of a number of English-based Swiss gamers

Nottingham Forest – 5

Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal); Wayne Hennessey, Neco Williams, Brennan Johnson (Wales); Remo Freuler (Switzerland)

Southampton – 2

Armel Bella-Kotchap (Germany); Mohammad Salisu (Ghana)

Tottenham Hotspur – 11

Pope Matar Sarr (Senegal); Harry Kane, Eric Dier (England); Ben Davies (Wales); Christian Romero (Argentina); Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark); Hugo Lloris (France); Ivan Perisic (Croatia); Richarlison (Brazil); Son Heung-min (South Korea); Rodrigo Bentancur (Uruguay)

South Korean fans face an anxious wait to see if Tottenham's Son Heung-min will be fit

South Korean followers face an anxious wait to see if Tottenham’s Son Heung-min might be match

West Ham United – 5

Declan Rice (West Ham); Alphonse Areola (France); Thilo Kehrer (Germany); Nayef Aguerd (Morocco); Lucas Paqueta (Brazil)

Wolverhampton Wanderers – 5

Raul Jimenez (Mexico); Jose Sa, Ruben Neves, Matheus Nunes (Portugal); Hwang Hee-Chan (South Korea)

TOTAL: 134

EFL PLAYERS HEADING TO THE WORLD CUP

CHAMPIONSHIP

Birmingham Metropolis – Krystian Bielik (Poland), Hannibal Mejbri (Tunisia)

Bristol Metropolis- Antoine Semenyo (Ghana)

Burnley- Connor Roberts (Wales)

Cardiff Metropolis- Rubin Colwill (Wales), Mark Harris (Wales)

Huddersfield City- Sorba Thomas (Wales)

Luton City- Ethan Horvath (United States), Tom Lockyer (Wales)

Middlesbrough- Riley McGree (Australia)

Australia's Riley McGree scored for Middlesbrough in their win at Norwich on Saturday

Australia’s Riley McGree scored for Middlesbrough of their win at Norwich on Saturday

Norwich Metropolis- Josh Sargent (United States)

QPR- Ilias Chair (Morocco), Seny Dieng (Senegal)

Studying- Junior Hoilett (Canada), Baba Rahman (Ghana), Mamadou Loum (Senegal)

Sheffield United- Iliman Ndiaye (Senegal), Adam Davies (Wales)

Stoke- Harry Souttar (Australia)

Sunderland – Bailey Wright (Australia), Jewison Bennette (Costa Rica)

Sunderland's Jewison Bennette (right) will be representing Costa Rica at the World Cup

Sunderland’s Jewison Bennette (proper) might be representing Costa Rica on the World Cup

Swansea- Olivier Ntcham (Cameroon), Ben Cabango, Joe Allen (Wales)

Watford- Ismaila Sarr (Senegal)

LEAGUE ONE

MK Dons – Matthew Smith (Wales)

Portsmouth- Joe Morrell (Wales)

LEAGUE TWO

AFC Wimbledon – Chris Gunter (Wales)

Swindon City – Jonny Williams (Wales)

TOTAL: 29

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