• Jacob and Josh Murphy, Newcastle and Cardiff
    Jacob and Josh Murphy, Newcastle and CardiffThey worked their way through the ranks at Norwich City before Jacob (left) joined Newcastle in 2017 and Josh joined Cardiff this summer
  • Will and Michael Keane, Hull and Burnley
    Will and Michael Keane, Hull and BurnleyThe Keanes became the first twin brothers to be on opposing teams in the same PL match, with Will's Hull earning a 1-1 draw at Michael's Burnley in September 2016
  • Martin and Marcus Olsson, Blackburn
    Martin and Marcus Olsson, BlackburnThe Swedish full-backs played 10 matches together in 2011/12, while Martin (left) went on to play for Norwich and Swansea in the top flight
  • Rafael and Fabio Da Silva, Man Utd
    Rafael and Fabio Da Silva, Man UtdThe Brazilian twins won the 2010/11 title together, while Rafael (left) won two further leagues at Manchester United. They played in three matches together
  • Adam and James Chambers, West Brom
    Adam and James Chambers, West BromThe Chambers were the second twins to play together in the Premier League, featuring in a 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in the Baggies' debut 2002/03 season
  • Ray and Rod Wallace, Leeds
    Ray and Rod Wallace, LeedsThe first twins to grace the competition, Rod (right) played in all seven of Ray's PL appearances for Leeds United. Rod scored 45 goals in 197 PL matches