Current top 10 goalscorers: Premier League 2019/20

1. Jamie Vardy: 13 goals
2. Tammy Abraham: 10 goals
3. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: 10 goals
5. Sadio Mane: 8 goals
6. Raheem Sterling: 8 goals
7. Danny Ings: 7 goals
8. Harry Kane: 7 goals
9. Marcus Rashford: 7 goals
10. Teemu Pukki: 7 goals

Premier League: 2019/20 standings for Playmaker Award

1. Kevin De Bruyne: 9 assists
2. Andrew Robertson: 5 assists
3. Harvey Barnes: 4 assists
4. David Silva: 4 assists
5. Son Heung-Min: 4 assists
6. Jack Grealish: 4 assists
7. Emiliano Buendia: 4 assists
8. Dwight McNeil: 4 assists
9. Marcus Rashford: 4 assists
10. Callum Hudson-Odoi: 3 assists

Most chances created: Premier League 2019/20 season

1. Kevin De Bruyne: 46 chances created
2. Trent Alexander-Arnold: 46 chances created
3. Lucas Digne: 35 chances created
4. Jack Grealish: 31 chances created
5. Pascal Groß: 28 chances created
6. James Maddison: 28 chances created
7. Emiliano Buendia: 28 chances created
8. Gylfi Sigurdsson: 26 chances created
9. Sadio Mane: 25 chances created
10. João Moutinho: 24 chances created

Most tackles in the Premier League 2019/20 season

Most tackles: Premier League 2019/20

1. Wilfred Ndidi: 62 tackles made
2. Ricardo Pereira: 57 tackles made
3. Aaron Wan-Bissaka: 55 tackles made
4. João Moutinho: 44 tackles made
5. Oriol Romeu: 41 tackles made
6. Dale Stephens: 38 tackles made
7. Richarlison: 37 tackles made
8. Declan Rice: 37 tackles made
9. Martin Montoya: 35 tackles made
10. John McGinn: 35 tackles made

Most saves: Premier League 2019/20 season

1. Bernd Leno: 53 saves
2. Mat Ryan: 50 saves
3. Aaron Ramsdale: 48 saves
4. Tim Krul: 47 saves
5. Martin Dubravka: 45 saves
6. Ben Foster: 43 saves
7. Nick Pope: 41 saves
8. David de Gea: 38 saves
9. Tom Heaton: 38 saves
10. Roberto Jiménez: 34 saves

Confirmed Group A fixtures:

12 June 2020: Turkey vs Italy (Rome)
13 June 2020: Wales vs Switzerland (Baku)
17 June 2020: Turkey vs Wales (Baku)
17 June 2020: Italy vs Switzerland (Rome)
21 June 2020: Switzerland vs Turkey (Baku)
21 June 2020: Italy vs Wales (Rome)

Dates for your diary

26 March – Play-off semi-finals
31 March – Play-off finals; draw complete

12 June – Opening game in Rome
14 June – England’s first game at Wembley

27 June – Knockout stage begins
7 & 8 July – Wembley semi-finals
12 July – The final


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