Marcus Rashford's double for Manchester United capped a successful opening Premier League weekend for English talents at last season's top-six clubs.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Aged 21), Calum Chambers (24), Reiss Nelson (19)
Mason Mount (20), Ross Barkley (25), Tammy Abraham (21)
Trent Alexander-Arnold (20), Joe Gomez (22), Jordan Henderson (29)
Kyle Walker (29), John Stones (25), Raheem Sterling (24)
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (21), Harry Maguire (26), Luke Shaw (24), Jesse Lingard (26), Marcus Rashford (21)
Kyle Walker-Peters (22), Danny Rose (29), Harry Winks (23), Harry Kane (26)
That is the highest total of English starters at those clubs since 2016/17. All 22 were under 30 years of age, with an average of 23 years and 351 days.
Rashford's double contributed to seven goals by English players at those clubs in Matchweek 1, with Raheem Sterling netting a hat-trick in Man City's 5-0 triumph at West Ham United and Harry Kane clinching a win for Spurs over Aston Villa with a late double.
That total is the most by English players at those clubs in a Matchweek 1 since 26 December 2017, when Sterling and Kane contributed four of the nine goals netted by English top-six players.
Across the 2019/20 fixtures, 83 English players were among the 220 starters, the highest number on an opening weekend since 85 Englishmen started on Matchweek 1 of 2010/11.