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All 20 Premier League Teams Ranked By Average Age: Ancient Man City Bottom & Arsenal Don’t Make Top Four

See where your club ranks in the ranking of Premier League sides by their average age.

When building a squad, managers always want a mixture of young and old players. Young players don’t demand as high wages, and are generally faster and fitter.

Older players have more experience, and are often more composed and controlled on the pitch.

It’s interesting to note that the Premier League’s top sides are all on the younger end of the table, with the very obvious anomaly of Manchester City, whose average is raised by the likes of Martin Demichelis and Yaya Touré.

Here are the 20 Premier League sides ranked by the average age of their squad on the first of October, with data taken from here.

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20) Manchester City – 28.80 years average age

Jose Pozo Manchester City

19) Crystal Palace – 28.39 years average age

Yannick Bolasie

18) Stoke City – 28.09 years average age

steven nzonzi stoke

17)  West Bromwich Albion – 27.77 years average age

Borwn Ideye West Brom

16) QPR – 27.71 years average age

Eduardo Vargas QPR

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