With the Premier League season set to get back underway, top-flight players are still running the risk of being banned when football finally starts again.
The 2019/20 campaign was forced into a three month lay-off due to the coronavirus pandemic but is finally ready to recommence on Wednesday, June 17.
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It means the looming risk of suspensions is back as an accumulation of 10 yellow cards will result in that player having to complete a two-match ban.
It’s a penalty that often causes major headaches for managers and that will only be increased with games set to come thick and fast after the return.
Several stars are nearing the suspension mark this term and could face a stint on the sidelines in the next few weeks.
Premier League yellow cards
Jorginho, Chelsea – 10 (Suspended until June 22)
Lewis Dunk, Brighton and Hove Albion – 9
Jefferson Lerma, Bournemouth – 9
Luka Milivojevic, Crystal Palace – 9
Ashley Westwood, Burnley – 9
James Tarkowski, Burnley – 8
Issa Diop, West Ham – 8
Romain Saiss, Wolverhampton Wanderers – 8
Jeff Hendrick, Burnley – 8
Harry Winks, Tottenham – 8
Abdoulaye Doucoure, Watford – 8
Callum Wilson, Bournemouth – 8
Rodrigo, Manchester City – 8
Premier League red cards
David Luiz, Arsenal – 2
Christian Kabasele, Watford – 2
Son Heung-Min, Tottenham – 2
Stats correct as of June 18