Premier League

Premier League players who could be banned in the upcoming games

Mudeet Arora
Bruno Fernandes is two yellow cards away from a Premier League ban
Bruno Fernandes is two yellow cards away from a Premier League ban / Alex Livesey - Danehouse/GettyImages
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The English Premier League's rules state that any player who accumulates five yellow cards from their club's first 19 Premier League matches will serve a one-match ban in the same competition.

As a result, Paul Pogba, Aymeric Laporte and Ezri Konsa are suffering suspensions for gameweek 11 in the Premier League.

Furthermore, players who accumulate 10 yellow cards in Premier League matches up to and including their team's 32nd fixture will serve a two-match suspension in the competition.

Meanwhile, these rules exist over a longer period in the season, today we are looking at the immediate future by revealing which players are just one or two yellow cards away from a one-match ban in the Premier League.

Here are the players who are on four yellow cards at the moment and are one booking away from a Premier League ban:

Tyrone Mings - Aston Villa

John McGinn - Aston Villa

Shane Duffy - Brighton

Joel Veltman - Brighton

Rodrigo - Leeds

Luke Shaw - Manchester United

Paul Pogba - Manchester United

Fred - Manchester United

Matt Ritchie - Newcastle United

Oliver Skipp - Tottenham Hotspur


Just as above, there are some notable players who are on three yellow cards at the moment and are also susceptible to a ban in one the upcoming games:

Bruno Fernandes - Manchester United

Harry Maguire - Manchester United

Richarlison - Everton

Lucas Digne - Everton

Declan Rice - West Ham

Josh Brownhill - Burnley

James McArthur - Crystal Palace

Conor Gallagher - Crystal Palace


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