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Which Premier League team have made the most substitutions?

17 Nov 2022
Thomas Frank BRE Josh Da Silva

See which managers have used players from the substitutes bench most often in 2022/23

As the Premier League pauses for the FIFA World Cup 2022, we are looking at some of the numbers behind the season so far.

Making changes

With the introduction this season of a new rule allowing up to five substitutions a match, Premier League managers have even more opportunity to go to their benches to get results.

The manager who has taken advantage of this new ruling the most is Thomas Frank. The Brentford head coach is the clear leader in the number of substitutes he has used by making 70 changes in his team's 15 fixtures so far, or five short of the maximum possible. 

This total is 50 per cent greater than the manager with the lowest number of substitutions, Pep Guardiola, who has only used 47 substitutes in Manchester City's matches. 

Most substitutions 2022/23
Team No. of subs Team No. of subs
Brentford 70 Arsenal 55
Southampton 64 Leicester 52
Newcastle 63 Crystal Palace 52
Chelsea 63 Wolves 52
Nott'm Forest 61 Brighton 51
Aston Villa 59 AFC Bournemouth 51
Liverpool 59 Everton 50
Leeds 59 Man Utd 48
Spurs 57 West Ham 48
Fulham 56 Man City 47
Also in this series

Part 1: Which team are the best at shooting?
Part 2: Which team are best at converting big chances?
Part 3: Which team hit the woodwork the most?
Part 4: Which team have run the furthest?
Part 6: Which players are the best dribblers?
Part 7: Which players have covered the most distance?
Part 8: Which players are the best tacklers?
Part 9: Which players are the best blockers?

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