Mikel Arteta makes Arsenal the youngest eleven in the Premier League …

Arsenal under Mikel Arteta have the youngest Premier League side so far this season. Burnley boss Sean Dyche prefers his slightly more senior men.

Here are the Premier League clubs ranked in order of youngest average starting XI to date …

1) Arsenal – 24.4
Youngest player used: Bukayo Saka (20)
Oldest player used: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (32)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 25.9 (5th)

2) Brentford – 24.9
Youngest player used: Mads Bidstrup (20)
Oldest player used: Zanka (31)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 24.7 (2nd in the championship)

3) Southampton – 25.5
Youngest player used: Valentino Livramento (18)
Oldest player used: Shane Long (34)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.7 (13th)

4) Villa Aston – 25.6
Youngest player used: Carney Chukwuemeka (17)
Oldest player used: Ashley Young (36)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 25.2 (2nd)

5) Tottenham – 25.9
Youngest player used: Bryan Gil (20)
Oldest player used: Hugo Lloris (34)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 27.1 (16th)


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6) Norwich – 26.1
Youngest player used: Bali Mumba (19)
Oldest player used: Tim Krul (33)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 25.9 (7th in the championship)

7) Leeds – 26.4
Youngest player used: Crysencio Summerville (19)
Oldest player used: Mateusz Klich (31)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.2 (7th)

8) Manchester United – 26.6
Youngest player used: Mason Greenwood (20)
Oldest player used: Cristiano Ronaldo (36)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 25.6 (3rd)

9) Manchester City – 26.6
Youngest player used: Cole Palmer (19)
Oldest player used: Fernandinho (36)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.2 (8th)

10) Brighton – 26.9
Youngest player used: Taylor Richards (20)
Oldest player used: Adam Lallana (33)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 25.7 (4th)

11) Leicester – 26.9
Youngest player used: Luke Thomas (20)
Oldest player used: Kasper Schmeichel (34)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.4 (11th)

12) Newcastle – 27.0
Youngest player used: Joe Willock (22)
Oldest player used: Ciaran Clark (32)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 27.1 (17th)

13) Chelsea – 27.1
Youngest player used: Callum Hudson-Odoi (20)
Oldest player used: Thiago Silva (37)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.1 (6th)

14) Liverpool – 27.3
Youngest player used: Harvey Eliott (18)
Oldest player used: James Milner (35)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.8 (15th)

15) Everton – 27.4
Youngest player used: Lewis Dobbin (18)
Oldest player used: Asmir Begovic (34)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.3 (10th)

16) Wolves – 27.7
Youngest player used: Ki-Jana Hoever (19)
Oldest player used: João Moutinho (35)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.4 (12th)

17) Crystal Palace – 27.7
Youngest player used: Jesurun Rak-Sakyi (18)
Oldest player used: Vicente Guaita (34)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 29.1 (20th)

18) West Ham – 28.2
Youngest player used: Ben Johnson (21)
Oldest player used: Lukasz Fabianski (36)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 27.8 (18th)

19) Watford – 28.3
Youngest player used: João Pedro (20)
Oldest player used: Ben Foster (38)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 26.4 (15th in the championship)

20) Burnley – 28.8
Youngest player used: Dwight McNeil (21)
Oldest player used: Aaron Lennon (34)
Average age of the starting lineup last season: 28.3 (19th)


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