Despite the season being extremely hectic in the beginning, many Premier League players have been consistent in being selected. In this list, we check out the players from every club that have played the most minutes.
Arsenal – Granit Xhaka: 2,150 mins
Despite being inconsistent on the pitch, Xhaka has managed to be a regular in Mikel Arteta’s team. He is no longer the captain but is slowly getting better with time.
Aston Villa – Ollie Watkins: 2,700 mins
Joining the Midlands club from Brentford in the beginning of 2020, Watkins has adapted to the Premier League extremely well and with 12 goals this season, he has made a strong mark for himself.
Brighton – Ben White: 2,655 mins
White had a great season last year out on loan with Leeds United and has continued his form for Graham Potter’s team this season, racking up the most minutes for the Seagulls.
Burnley – Ashley Westwood: 2,781 mins
Westwood is the epitome of a Burnley midfielder. He’s so good at the basics and never lets his manager or teammates down, clearly outlined by Dyche’s willingness to use him so frequently this season.
Chelsea – Mason Mount: 2,366 mins
Mount has proved himself not only under Frank Lampard but Thomas Tuchel as well, which shows his value and solidifies his claim as the player of the season for Chelsea this time around.
Crystal Palace – Cheikhou Kouyate: 2,494 mins
He initially moved back from midfield to defence due to injuries but has impressed so much that he is now one of the first names on the teamsheet in the back four for the London based club, keeping fit throughout the campaign.
Everton – Michael Keane: 2,450 mins
The England defender has played 90 minutes in every game but four, this season and will be key if Everton are to contest for the European spots this season.
Fulham – Tosin Adarabioyo: 2,430 mins
The former Manchester City youth star has formed a strong partnership with Joachim Andersen and they will need to be at their best if they are to give Scott Parker’s side any chance of avoiding relegation in the coming weeks.
Leeds United – Stuart Dallas: 2,780 mins
Dallas most recently featured in Leeds’ win over Manchester City, scoring twice. He has been deployed in every position under Marcelo Bielsa and has performed well throughout the season.
Leicester City – Youri Tielemans: 2,728 mins
The Belgian is the embodiment of how Brendan Rodgers wants his Leicester team to play. He is exquisite on the ball, works hard off it and has the leadership traits of someone much older than 23.
Liverpool – Andy Robertson: 2,756 mins
The Scottish left-back has been the only fit player across the backline, with everybody else succumbing to disastrous injuries throughout the campaign. While he hasn’t been as good as last year, his presence is still invaluable on the left.
Manchester City – Ruben Dias: 2,485 mins
What an investment the Portuguese star has been for Pep Guardiola’s City. Dias is no doubt the signing of the season and has completely transformed the City backline with his presence alone, emerging as the rightful heir to Vincent Kompany.
Manchester United – Harry Maguire: 2,790 mins
United’s captain has played every single minute possible this season and is one of the handful of players to do so. Despite the occasional mishap, he is a strong presence at the back and has shown great improvements from last season.
Newcastle United – Jonjo Shelvey: 1,987 mins
It is a sign of Newcastle’s frustrating season that the player with the most minutes in the bank has only made 25 appearances in the Premier League. Shelvey is among the only players to keep himself fit for a considerable portion of the season.
Sheffield United – George Baldock: 2,249 mins
Baldock has played the most minutes but a quick look at the numbers show Chris Basham, Enda Stevens, John Lundstram, John Egan and John Fleck are all not far behind. Perhaps the Blades needed an overhaul of the squad after performing such a miracle last season.
Southampton – James Ward-Prowse: 2,790 mins
The Southampton captain has been phenomenal this season and looks destined to land a spot in England’s European Championship team this summer with his dominance from midfield.
Spurs – Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg: 2,790 mins
While he started the campaign off strong, Hojbjerg has had to endure a rough patch in recent weeks. And with his performances, Spurs have also suffered, with a spot in Europe looking like a challenge.
West Brom – Darnell Furlong: 2,302 mins
Furlong has been consistent as West Brom’s No 1 right-back this season, first under Slaven Bilic and then under Sam Allardyce since his appointment. While surviving a drop looks like a long shot, he has been considerably impressive for the Baggies.
West Ham United – Tomas Soucek: 2,790 mins
Soucek has been a remarkable signing since arriving from Slavia Prague in January 2020 and the catalyst for the Hammers’ unlikely European push.
Wolves – Connor Coady: 2,674 mins
Coady is the heartbeat of the Wolves team, perfecting his ability to play in the middle of the back three and looks likely to be in the England squad for the Euros. The Wolves skipper has only missed one game since they returned to the Premier League in 18-19.