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  1. Full Internationals Jamal Lewis (Northern Ireland) - 20 caps, 0 goals Daniel James (Wales) - 20 caps, 4 goals David Brooks (Wales) - 18 caps, 1 goal Chris Mepham (Wales) - 18 caps, 0 goals Joe Rodon (Wales) - 14 caps, 0 goals Antonee Robinson (United States) - 11 caps, 0 goals Dara O'Shea (Ireland) - 8 caps, 0 goals Jayson Molumby (Ireland) - 8 caps, 0 goals Rabbi Matondo (Wales) - 7 caps, 0 goals Aaron Connolly (Ireland) - 6 caps, 0 goals Reece James (England) - 6 caps, 0 goals Steven Alzate (Colombia) - 4 caps, 0 goals Mark Travers (Ireland) - 3 caps, 0 goals Ben Cabango (Wales) - 3 caps, 0 goals Ben White (England) - 2 cap, 0 goals Billy Gilmour (Scotland) - 2 caps, 0 goals Josh Maja (Nigeria) - 1 cap, 0 goals Michael Obafemi (Ireland) - 1 cap, 0 goals Owen Otasowie (United States) - 1 cap, 0 goals International Update Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon and David Brooks all featured for Wales in their final warm up game going in to the Euros, in a 0-0 draw with Albania. Ben Cabango and Dan James were both rested going in to the tournament, but all five could feature in the tournament for Wales. Ben White got his second cap for England, in a 1-0 friendly win over Romania, and played well. His performances helped to secure his place in England's side, as the replacement for Trent Alexander-Arnold. He could be in line to feature in England's opener against Croatia, given Harry Maguire is injured and Tyrone Mings hasn't impressed in friendlies. His selection in England's squad certainly helps his case for the 88 rating, a player of his ability deserves. Billy Gilmour also came on as a second half substitute against Luxembourg, in Scotland's final Euro 2020 warm up game. Gilmour impressed, but did pick a knock that led to him being brought off as a precautionary measure. He's certainly good enough to start for Scotland, but Steve Clarke's very difficult for young players to please and he's not one to give them chances. If he was Welsh, he'd have 20 caps by now, but he's biding his time and it's only a matter of time before someone of his class is playing regularly for Scotland.
  2. Full Internationals Jamal Lewis (Northern Ireland) - 20 caps, 0 goals Daniel James (Wales) - 20 caps, 4 goals David Brooks (Wales) - 17 caps, 1 goal Chris Mepham (Wales) - 17 caps, 0 goals Joe Rodon (Wales) - 13 caps, 0 goals Antonee Robinson (United States) - 11 caps, 0 goals Dara O'Shea (Ireland) - 8 caps, 0 goals Jayson Molumby (Ireland) - 8 caps, 0 goals Rabbi Matondo (Wales) - 7 caps, 0 goals Aaron Connolly (Ireland) - 6 caps, 0 goals Reece James (England) - 6 caps, 0 goals Steven Alzate (Colombia) - 4 caps, 0 goals Mark Travers (Ireland) - 3 caps, 0 goals Ben Cabango (Wales) - 3 caps, 0 goals Brennan Johnson (Wales) - 2 caps, 0 goals Josh Maja (Nigeria) - 1 cap, 0 goals Michael Obafemi (Ireland) - 1 cap, 0 goals Owen Otasowie (United States) - 1 cap, 0 goals Ben White (England) - 1 cap, 0 goals International Update Antonee Robinson (84) helped to further establish his place back in the US side, starting in their 1-0 win over Honduras in the CONCACAF Nations League. The US now face Mexico in the finals of the tournament, in what will be a big game given the rivalry between the two nations to determine the first ever winners of the tournament. Dara O'Shea (83) also earned himself another cap for Ireland, in their 4-1 win over Andorra. His versatility will hopefully lead to him getting many more caps for the Republic.
  3. Full Internationals Jamal Lewis (Northern Ireland) - 20 caps, 0 goals Daniel James (Wales) - 20 caps, 4 goals David Brooks (Wales) - 17 caps, 1 goal Chris Mepham (Wales) - 17 caps, 0 goals Joe Rodon (Wales) - 13 caps, 0 goals Antonee Robinson (United States) - 10 caps, 0 goals Jayson Molumby (Ireland) - 8 caps, 0 goals Rabbi Matondo (Wales) - 7 caps, 0 goals Dara O'Shea (Ireland) - 7 caps, 0 goals Aaron Connolly (Ireland) - 6 caps, 0 goals Reece James (England) - 6 caps, 0 goals Steven Alzate (Colombia) - 4 caps, 0 goals Mark Travers (Ireland) - 3 caps, 0 goals Ben Cabango (Wales) - 3 caps, 0 goals Brennan Johnson (Wales) - 2 caps, 0 goals Josh Maja (Nigeria) - 1 cap, 0 goals Michael Obafemi (Ireland) - 1 cap, 0 goals Owen Otasowie (United States) - 1 cap, 0 goals Ben White (England) - 1 cap, 0 goals International Updates Ben White (86) made his England debut off the bench against Austria, and made a last minute goal line clearance to help England win the game. With Trent Alexander-Arnold injured, and Harry Maguire an injury doubt, he's in with a chance of being a late replacement in to the squad. He's only our second player to play for England, and we're hopeful that his appearance can help him towards an 88 rating sooner rather than later and it certainly cements an increase to 87. Dan James (87), David Brooks (87), David Brooks (87) and Joe Rodon (83) all featured for Wales against France in their 3-0 defeat. Dan James is now our joint all time most capped player with 20 caps, and should beat that total against Albania on Saturday.
  4. Players at Risk of Sale #1 - Arvin Appiah (78) #2 - Mikey Johnston (80) #3 - Mark Travers (76) #4 - Jack Clarke (77) #5 - Jayson Molumby (82)
  5. Squad Depth First Team GK: Ramsdale (85) CB: White (86), Mepham (85), Adarabioyo (83), Rodon (83), O'Shea (83) RB: Wan-Bissaka (90), R. James (89), Cash (87), Aarons (86), Bogle (83) LB: Lewis (86), Robinson (84) CM: Davies (86), Gallagher (83), DaSilva (83), Alzate (83) AM: Brooks (87), Cantwell (86), Eze (86), Olise (83) WF: James (87), McNeil (87), Matondo (83) ST: Maja (85), L. Nmecha (84), Connolly (83) Ramsdale (85) Wan-Bissaka (90) - Mepham (85) - White (86) - Lewis (86) Cash (87) - R. James (89) - Eze (86) - James (87) Brooks (87) Maja (85) Reserves GK: Travers (76) CB: Guehi (82), Wilmot (82), Panzo (82), Cabango (80) RB: Ferguson (80), Ngakia (78) LB: McCallum (78) CM: Molumby (82), Ferguson (82), Gilmour (80), Bird (80) AM: Tavernier (80) WF: Johnston (80), Appiah (78) ST: Obafemi (82) Travers (76) Ferguson (80) - Wilmot (82) - Guehi (82) - Panzo (82) Molumby (82) - Gilmour (80) - Ferguson (82) Tavernier (80) - Obafemi (82) - Johnston (80) Youth Team GK: CB: R. Williams (80), Mengi (73), Roberts (70), Baptiste (67), Wood (67), Omobamidele (65) LB: Nkounkou (76) CM: Doyle (73), Otasowie (73) AM: Johnson (76), F. Nmecha (73) WF: Clarke (77), Bynoe-Gittens (67), Burchall (65) ST: Delap (76) GK R. Williams (80) - Mengi (73) - Roberts (70) Clarke (77) - Otasowie (73) - Doyle (73) - Nkounkou (76) F. Nmecha (73) - B. Johnson (76) Delap (76)
  6. Transfers In Andrew Omobamidele Improving in this gameworld is incredibly difficult, and it really takes small wins, every now and then to eventually develop and improve. Bringing in Omobamidele is one of those, an unknown Irish defender at Norwich who had a run of games and has the potential if things go right to eventually come in and make a first team impact. He started the last 8 games of the season for Norwich, and has received his first international call up for Ireland. He's now in a position where he's pushing on the door for a potential place in a Premier League side next season and offers us seem real young and developing talent at centre-back. Age: 18Rating: 65Predicted Rating: 73
  7. He has already been mentioned on this thread once by @brocky64 but I thought I'd mention him again today going in to a potential international debut, as he might be someone that's slipped through the radar. Andrew Omobamidele (65) Aged 18 Position: CB Omoabidele started all of Norwich's last 8 games in the Championship season, helping them to earn promotion back to the Premier League and win the Championship. Norwich have a decent side but there isn't particularly strong competition there for him in Grant Hanley, Christophe Zimmermann and Ben Gibson. There's every chance Norwich strengthen in this area this summer, but Daniel Webber's said they aren't going to be splashing major cash. There's every chance Omobamidele could be finding himself playing a decent amount of Premier League football next season. In a poll of Norwich fans 73.4% thought he should stay and fight for his place in the Premier League, whilst 26.6% thought he should go out on loan in the Football League. Either way, he'll get a strong rating increase from his current rating. At the moment he's a due an increase to 73, and should be rated at least 77/78 come the end of the 2021/22 season unless something goes wrong with injuries but there's obviously the potential for things to go higher if things fall in to play. Another reason for mentioning him today, is that he's been called up to the full Ireland National Team and is in line to potentially make his debut tonight in a friendly against Andorra. Ireland coach Andy Reid "I've seen him play three times this season for Norwich, and on two out of those three times he was the best player on the pitch. He has got a big future ahead of him and we should really get excited about him."
  8. Transfer Rumors Dwight McNeil, Burnley > Aston Villa (£40 million) The biggest transfer fee muted, for a player already well established in the Premier League. I think he'll get an 88 rating in the next review, but from there he can't really get any higher than that at Burnley. I think he fully deserves a move, and I think one to Aston Villa would be ideal for him. It'd allow him to play regularly at a side pushing for the top half and I think he'd fit in perfectly there. I've got all the confidence that he'd be able to make that step up, and start pushing for ratings towards the 90 mark. Ben White, Brighton > Man. United (£35 million) A rumour that has been there for a while, as United are very much in need of a centre-back. It'd be a very good move for him, and I'd be confident that he'd end up as Maguire's centre-back partner should it happen. His place in the preliminary squad for the Euros won't have hurt his chances, but it's still a long way off looking like it's going to happen. Max Aarons, Norwich > Everton (£30 million) Daniel Webber's said that if Aarons was to go, it'd take at least £30 million. There's obviously interest from a host of clubs, including Everton, but I think they'll be doing everything to keep hold of him this summer. Hopefully Norwich can have a stronger season this time out and it'd help him to establish a higher rating, and perhaps allow him to get that big move that has been talked about for a long time. Tom Davies, Everton > Southampton (£15 million) An interesting one, Tom Davies will have been hurt by Ancelotti leaving Everton, who generally rated him and felt he could play a strong part in his squad as a rotation player. Should he be moved on now, I don't think it'd be particularly good for him and I don't think he'd get a lot of good will as someone joining for a substantial amount of money. I don't think he's a particularly talented player, and is doing well to remain a squad player at Everton. Michael Olise, Reading > Leeds (£10 million) Olise's been linked with a host of clubs, and he's one that we're certain will get a step up this season to really help him push on his rating towards being a contender for the first team. He's been linked with Leeds pretty heavily, but there's been links with all sorts of clubs including Chelsea & Lille. We're hoping he can move somewhere like Leeds where we'll know he's going to get first team opportunities. Josh Maja, Bordeaux > Brighton (£10 million) It seems like any Premier League side who fancies taking a punt on him will get the opportunity to do so by Bordeaux. Brighton & Southampton have been linked, but any promoted side will also have that opportunity and we're hopefully of a permanent move back to England this summer. Brighton would be ideal, as we feel he'll get plenty of opportunities in front of goal to show his worth. Conor Gallagher, Chelsea > Crystal Palace (£9 million) He's been linked with a few Premier League clubs, but most notably Crystal Palace who agreed to sign him last season on loan. They've got somewhere in the region of 15 first team players out of contract this summer, including the likes of James McCarthy and James McArthur in midfield. They need to rebuild and Conor Gallagher would be a perfect addition as part of that rebuild. From our side of things we'd like to see him go there as he'd be going to a club that will most likely be mid-table and allow him to get the rating increase that his game time deserves. Tosin Adarabioyo, Fulham > Norwich City (£9 million) Despite being relegated, Tosin Adarabioyo has brought in interest from the likes of Norwich & Newcastle due to his performances for Fulham. He looked every bit Premier League quality, and Fulham would certainly be looking at a profit on there £1.5 million investment from last season. A Norwich move would be ideal for us, somewhere he's going to get games and play in a team that suited to him stylistically. Jayden Bogle, Sheffield United > Norwich City (£8 million) He's been lightly linked with a return to the Premier League, should Max Aarons be sold on for bigger money. I don't think the Aarons sale is likely, and this is certainly unlikely. I think Jayden will most likely be playing regularly in the Championship for Sheffield United next season. Lukas Nmecha, Man. City > Anderlecht (£7 million) It seems like Lukas Nmecha isn't wanted at Man. City, and they've said he can go for £7 million. Anderlecht would love him to return, after he won their Player of the Season award, but I'm hopeful that a side in a top five league decides to take a punt on him. You'd imagine there would have to be some Bundesliga interest in him as well, and his performances in the Euro U21 Championship might help that move along. Lewis Ferguson, Aberdeen > Watford/Rangers (£4 million) It looks inevitable that Lewis Ferguson will move on from Aberdeen this season. He's outgrown the club, and with Aberdeen in need of money to cover losses during Covid, he's definitely their biggest asset to sell on this season. They've reportedly turned down Watford's £2 million, and want double. Watford and Rangers are both keen and it's just a case of whether either of them value him at £4 million. I'd prefer a move to the Premier League for him with Watford out of the two, although his family connections make a move to Rangers on the cards. Marc Guehi, Chelsea > West Ham (Loan) Another player due a step up is Marc Guehi, who'll be playing Premier League football next season after a season as the strongest centre-back in the Championship. If he isn't seen as part of the Chelsea squad, then he'll more or less get his choice of Premier League loan moves. We're hoping that he can reach 85 at the least by the end of next season.
  9. Rating Predictions Premier League Reece James, 89 > 90 Dwight McNeil, 87 > 88 Matty Cash, 87 > 88 Daniel James, 87 > 87/88 Ben White, 86 > 87 Lukas Nmecha, 84 > 85 Joe Rodon, 83 > 84 Conor Gallagher, 83 > 84 Marc Guehi, 82 > 83 Rhys Williams, 80 > 82 Billy Gilmour, 80 > 82 Teden Mengi, 73 > 75 Andrew Omobamidele, 65 > 73 Championship Tosin Adarabioyo, 83 > 84 Ben Cabango, 80 > 82
  10. International Update Euro 2020's Squads England (Preliminary Squad) - Reece James, Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale Wales - David Brooks, Daniel James, Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon, Ben Cabango Scotland - Billy Gilmour Other Squads USA (CONCACAF Nations League) - Antonee Robinson, Owen Otasowie (Provisional) Ireland (Friendly)- Dara O'Shea, Aaron Connolly, Jayson Molumby, Mark Travers, Andrew Omobamidele Germany U21's (Euro U21 Finals) - Lukas Nmecha
  11. Player Records - Update Most League Appearances: 1. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 249 appearances 2. David Brooks - 211 appearances 3. Chris Mepham - 199 appearances 4. Jamal Lewis - 191 appearances 5. Daniel James - 171 appearances 6. Bailey Peacock-Farrell - 153 appearances 7. Dwight McNeil - 150 appearances 8. Reece James - 146 appearances 9. Aaron Ramsdale - 120 appearances 10. Patrick Roberts - 114 appearances Most League Goals: 1. Daniel James - 47 goals 2. David Brooks - 36 goals 3. Adalberto Penaranda - 32 goals 4. Keinan Davis - 28 goals 5. Patrick Roberts - 25 goals 6. Josh Maja - 24 goals 7. Joao Carvalho - 23 goals 8. Todd Cantwell - 18 goals 9. Matty Cash - 17 goals 10. Dwight McNeil - 15 goals Most League Assists: 1. Daniel James - 65 assists 2. Adalberto Penaranda - 38 assists 3. David Brooks - 26 assists =. Josh Maja - 26 assists 5. Joao Carvalho - 24 assists 6. Patrick Roberts - 22 assists = Dwight McNeil - 18 assists 8. Keinan Davis - 17 assists 9. Andre Green - 15 assists = Todd Cantwell - 15 assists
  12. Squad Numbers and First-Team Statistics 1. Aaron Ramsdale - 120 games, 0 games, 0 assists, 16 MotM 2. Max Aarons - 99 games, 3 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 3. Jamal Lewis - 191 games, 3 goals, 1 assists, 0 MotM 4. Reece James - 146 games, 9 goals, 4 assists, 1 MotM 5. Chris Mepham - 199 games, 12 goals, 1 assist, 6 MotM 6. Tom Davies - 102 games, 12 goals, 8 assists, 4 MotM 7. David Brooks - 211 games, 36 goals, 26 assists, 21 MotM 8. Todd Cantwell - 84 games, 18 goals, 15 assists, 3 MotM 9. Josh Maja - 100 games, 24 goals, 26 assists, 5 MotM 10. Ebere Eze - 67 games, 12 goals, 13 assists, 0 MotM 11. Dwight McNeil - 150 games, 15 goals, 18 assists, 3 MotM 12. Antonee Robinson - 25 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 14. Rabbi Matondo - 26 games, 8 goals, 8 assists, 2 MotM 15. Josh DaSilva - 4 games, 1 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 16. Tosin Adarabioyo - 74 games, 6 goals, 0 assists, 1 MotM 17. Lukas Nmecha - 33 games, 11 goals, 4 assists, 3 MotM 18. Matty Cash - 90 games, 17 goals, 9 assists, 4 MotM 19. Marcus Tavernier - 1 games, 1 goal, 0 assists, 0 MotM 20. Ben Wilmot - 2 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 21. Daniel James - 171 games, 47 goals, 65 assists, 16 MotM 22. Joe Rodon - 1 game, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 23. Ben White - 45 games, 2 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 24. Michael Obafemi - 1 game, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 26. Jayden Bogle - 3 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 29. Aaron Wan-Bissaka - 249 games, 12 goals, 8 assists, 8 MotM 30. Steven Alzate - 1 game, 1 goal, 0 assists, 0 MotM 33. Conor Gallagher - 3 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM 47. Billy Gilmour - 2 games, 0 goals, 0 assists, 0 MotM Squad Numbers (Yet to Make a First-Team Appearance) 13. Mark Travers 25. Marc Guehi 27. Dara O'Shea 28. Lewis Ferguson 31. Sam McAllum 32. Mikey Johnston 34. Arvin Appiah 35. Michael Olise 36. Max Bird 37. Niels Nkounkou 38. Jayson Molumby 39. Nathan Ferguson 40. Brennan Johnson 41. Aaron Connolly 42. Ajani Burchall 43. Jonathan Panzo 44. Ben Cabango 45. Jack Clarke 46. Rhys Williams 48. Liam Delap 49. Teden Mengi 50. Jeremy Ngakia 51. Nathan Wood 52. Felix Nmecha 53. Tommy Doyle 54. Owen Otasowie 55. Jamie Bynoe-Gittens 56. Hayden Roberts 75. Jamal Baptiste
  13. Ranking of Potential (Positions) GK #14 Aaron Ramsdale (85) #49 Mark Travers (76) CB #3 Ben White (86) #11 Joe Rodon (83) #12 Marc Guehi (82) #16 Tosin Adarabioyo (83) #24 Dara O'Shea (83) #27 Jonathan Panzo (82) #29 Chris Mepham (85) #34 Rhys Williams (80) #37 Ben Cabango (80) #40 Ben Wilmot (82) #44 Teden Mengi (73) #52 Jamal Baptiste (67) #53 Nathan Wood (67) #55 Haydon Roberts (66) RB #1 Reece James (89) #2 Aaron Wan-Bissaka (90) #6 Max Aarons (86) #10 Matty Cash (87) #28 Jayden Bogle (83) #35 Jeremy Ngakia (77) LB #15 Antonee Robinson (84) #18 Jamal Lewis (86) #38 Niels Nkounkou (76) #47 Sam McCallum (77) CM #8 Billy Gilmour (80) #17 Conor Gallagher (83) #21 Josh Dasilva (83) #22 Steven Alzate (83) #23 Tom Davies (86) #33 Jayson Molumby (82) #36 Max Bird (80) #39 Marcus Tavernier (80) #42 Lewis Ferguson (82) #46 Owen Otasowie (73) #48 Tommy Doyle (73) AM/WF #4 Dan James (87) #5 David Brooks (87) #7 Dwight McNeil (87) #9 Ebe Eze (86) #13 Todd Cantwell (86) #26 Michael Olise (82) #31 Rabbi Matondo (83) #41 Mikey Johnston (80) #43 Brennan Johnson (73) #50 Jack Clarke (77) #51 Felix Nmecha (73) #54 Arvin Appiah (78) #56 Ajani Burchall (65) #57 Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (67) ST #19 Aaron Connolly (83) #20 Josh Maja (85) #25 Lukas Nmecha (84) #30 Liam Delap (76) #45 Michael Obafemi (82)
  14. Ranking of Potential (3rd April, Season 8 - Turn 11) 1. Reece James (89) 2. Aaron Wan-Bissaka (90) 3. Ben White (86) [+1] 4. Dan James (87) [+1] 5. David Brooks (87) [-2] 6. Max Aarons (86) 7. Dwight McNeil (87) 8. Billy Gilmour (80) 9. Ebere Eze (86) 10. Matty Cash (87) 11. Joe Rodon (83) [+3] 12. Marc Guehi (82) [+6] 13. Todd Cantwell (86) [-1] 14. Aaron Ramsdale (85) [-3] 15. Antonee Robinson (84) [-2] 16. Tosin Adarabioyo (83) [-1] 17. Conor Gallagher (83) [+2] 18. Jamal Lewis (86) [-2] 19. Aaron Connolly (83) [-2] 20. Josh Maja (85) 21. Joshua Dasilva (83) 22. Steven Alzate (83) [-1] 23. Tom Davies (86) [+1] 24. Dara O'Shea (83) [+1] 25. Lukas Nmecha (84) [+2] 26. Michael Olise (82) [+3] 27. Jonathan Panzo (82) [-1] 28. Jayden Bogle (83) 29. Chris Mepham (85) [-6] 30. Liam Delap (76) [+7] 31. Rabbi Matondo (83) [-1] 32. Nathan Ferguson (80) [-1] 33. Jayson Molumby (82) [-1] 34. Rhys Williams (80) [-1] 35. Jeremy Ngakia (77) [-1] 36. Max Bird (80) [-1] 37. Ben Cabango (80) [-1] 38. Niels Nkounkou (76) 39. Marcus Tavernier (80) 40. Ben Wilmot (82) 41. Michael Johnston (80) 42. Lewis Ferguson (82) 43. Brennan Johnson (73) [+3] 44. Teden Mengi (73) [+6] 45. Michael Obafemi (82) 46.Owen Otasowie (70) [+2] 47. Sam McAllum (77) 48. Tommy Doyle (73) [+3] 49. Mark Travers (76) 50. Jack Clarke (77) [+3] 51. Felix Nmecha (73) [+3] 52. Jamal Baptiste (67) [NEW ENTRY] 53. Nathan Wood (67) [+3] 54. Arvin Appiah (78) [+1] 55. Haydon Roberts (66) [+2] 56. Ajani Burchall (65) [NEW ENTRY] 57. Jamie Bynoe-Gittens (67) [+1] Biggest Risers: Liam Delap (+7), Marc Guehi (+6), Teden Mengi (+6) Biggest Drops: Chris Mepham (-6), Aaron Ramsdale (-3)
  15. Rating Predictions Premier League Reece James, 89 > 90 Matty Cash, 87 > 88 Dwight McNeil, 87 > 88 Daniel James, 87 > 88 Ben White, 86 > 87 Ebe Eze, 86 > 87 Antonee Robinson, 84 > 85 Tosin Adarabioyo, 83 > 84 Joe Rodon, 83 > 84 Conor Gallagher, 83 > 84 Rhys Williams, 80 > 82 Billy Gilmour, 80 > 82 Championship Josh Dasilva, 83 > 84 Marc Guehi, 82 > 84 Marcus Tavernier, 80 > 82 Ben Cabango, 80 > 82 Jack Clarke, 77 > 78 Teden Mengi, 73 > 76 Other Leagues Lukas Nmecha, 84 > 85 Jonathan Panzo, 82 > 83 Michael Olise, 82 > 83 Brennan Johnson, 73 > 77 Haydon Roberts, 70 > 73 Nathan Wood, 67 > 73
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