Premier League newcomers Wolves have the youngest squad in the top flight with an average age of just 24 years and eight months.

Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi who Maurizio Sarri used frequently in pre-season is the youngest player at just 17 years and 287 days old, followed by team-mate Ethan Ampadu.

At the other end of the scale, Burnley have the oldest squad with a league-topping average of 28 years exactly, followed by Brighton, Cardiff City and Crystal Palace.

In fact, Palace ‘keeper Julian Speroni is the oldest player at 39 years old, followed by fellow stoppers Artur Boruc (Bournemouth) and Robert Green (Chelsea), who are both 38.

In terms of outfield players, Brighton defender Bruno is by far the oldest at 37, followed by 35-year-old veterans Jermain Defoe (Bournemouth) and Phil Jagielka (Everton).

Average age of current squad member

Wolves 24y 8m
Southampton 24y 9m
Fulham 24y 9m
Everton 24y 9m
Man Utd 25y 1m
Huddersfield 25y 2m
Man City 25y 2m
Liverpool 25y 5m
Tottenham 25y 7m
Newcastle 25y 9m
Watford 26y 11m
Chelsea 26y 2m
Bournemouth 26y 3m
Arsenal 26y 5m
West Ham 26y 6m
Leicester 26y 6m
Crystal Palace 27y 0m
Cardiff 27y 3m
Brighton 27y 6m
Burnley 28y 0m