Manchester City are the Premier League club with the most players at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Sixteen of Pep Guardiola's 2017/18 Premier League champions will be going for more glory in Russia.
All but one of the 2017/18 Premier League clubs will have representation at the tournament which kicked off on 14 June. AFC Bournemouth are the only ones without, while two of the promoted sides, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Cardiff City also have at least one player each in Russia.
*Players loaned out in 2017/18 and/or registered with clubs who will play in the PL in 2018/19
Arsenal (9) Joel Campbell* (Costa Rica), Mohamed Elneny (Egypt), Alex Iwobi (Nigeria), Stephan Lichtsteiner* (Switzerland), Nacho Monreal (Spain), David Ospina (Colombia), Mesut Ozil (Germany), Danny Welbeck (England), Granit Xhaka (Switzerland).
Brighton (3) Mathew Ryan (Australia), Leon Balogun* (Nigeria), Jose Izquierdo (Colombia).
Burnley (2) Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Iceland), Nick Pope (England).
Cardiff City (1) Aron Gunnarsson* (Iceland).
Chelsea (14) Willy Caballero (Argentina), Thibaut Courtois (Belgium), Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain), Gary Cahill (England), Andreas Christensen (Denmark), Antonio Rudiger (Germany), Victor Moses, Kenneth Omeruo* (both Nigeria); N'Golo Kante (France), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (England), Willian (Brazil); Michy Batshuayi (Belgium), Olivier Giroud (France), Eden Hazard (Belgium).
Crystal Palace (1) Luka Milivojevic (Serbia).
Everton (3) Jordan Pickford (England); Idrissa Gueye (Senegal), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Iceland).
Huddersfield Town (4) Jonas Lossl (Denmark); Zanka (Denmark); Aaron Mooy (Australia), Ramadan Sobhi (Egypt).
Leicester City (10) Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark); Yohan Benalouane (Tunisia), Ricardo Pereira* (Portugal), Harry Maguire (England); Wilfred Ndidi (Nigeria), Adrien Silva (Portugal); Jamie Vardy (England), Kelechi Iheanacho (Nigeria), Shinji Okazaki (Japan), Ahmed Musa* (Nigeria).
Liverpool (8) Simon Mignolet (Belgium); Trent Alexander-Arnold (England), Dejan Lovren (Croatia); Marko Grujic (Serbia), Jordan Henderson (England); Roberto Firmino (Brazil), Sadio Mane (Senegal), Mohamed Salah (Egypt).
Manchester City (16) Ederson (Brazil); Vincent Kompany (Belgium); Danilo (Brazil), Benjamin Mendy (France), Nicolas Otamendi (Argentina), John Stones, Kyle Walker (both England); Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium), Fabian Delph (England), Ilkay Gundogan (Germany), Fernandinho (Brazil), Bernardo Silva (Portugal), David Silva (Spain); Sergio Aguero (Argentina), Gabriel Jesus (Brazil), Raheem Sterling (England).
Manchester United (12) David De Gea (Spain); Phil Jones (England), Victor Lindelof (Sweden), Marcos Rojo (Argentina), Ashley Young (England); Marouane Fellaini (Belgium), Fred* (Brazil), Jesse Lingard (England), Nemanja Matic (Serbia), Paul Pogba (France); Romelu Lukaku (Belgium), Marcus Rashford (England).
Newcastle United (1) Aleksandar Mitrovic (Serbia).
Southampton (4) Jan Bednarek (Poland); Cedric Soares (Portugal), Maya Yoshida (Japan); Dusan Tadic (Serbia).
Stoke City (4) Jack Butland (England); Badou N'Diaye (Senegal), Xherdan Shaqiri (Switzerland); Mame Biram Diouf (Senegal).
Swansea City (3) Kristoffer Nordfeldt (Sweden); Martin Olsson (Sweden), Ki Sung-yueng (Swansea).
Tottenham Hotspur (12) Hugo Lloris (France); Toby Alderweireld (Belgium), Danny Rose (England), Davinson Sanchez (Colombia), Kieran Trippier (England), Jan Vertonghen (Belgium); Dele Alli (England), Mousa Dembele (Belgium), Eric Dier (England), Christian Eriksen (Denmark), Son Heung-min (South Korea); Harry Kane (England).
Watford (2) Andre Carrillo (Peru), Nordin Amrabat* (Morocco).
West Bromwich Albion (5) Aly Gabr, Ahmed Hegazi (both Egypt); Nacer Chadli (Belgium), Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal), Grzegorz Krychowiak (Poland).
West Ham United (4) Lukasz Fabianski (Poland); Cheikhou Kouyate (Senegal), Joao Mario (Portugal); Chicharito (Mexico).
Wolverhampton Wanderers (3) Rui Patricio* (Portugal); Romain Saiss* (Morocco), Raul Jimenez* (Mexico).