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The Premier League and EFL players representing their club in #UltimateQuaranteam

The Premier League and EFL players representing their club in #UltimateQuaranteam have been revealed with the some eyecatching names.

This Sunday afternoon sees the First Round starting (first game at 5pm) with many more ties set to be played over the next few days with many set to be streamed online, mainly on a site called ‘Twitch’.

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There are 128 professional teams represented by a player or supporter of their choosing to help raise thousands of pounds for charity as well as clubs across the nation financially.

Sheffield Wednesday are the current favourites to win the much anticipated tournament, you can see the whole list of odds by clicking HERE.

So, who are the Premier League and EFL players who’ll represent their club in #UltimateQuaranteam? Find out for yourself below…

Sheffield Wednesday – Delee (FIFA player)
Manchester City – Shaun Springette (pro eSports player,ranked 63rd in the world on PS4)
Newport Tyler (pro eSports player)
Watford Tom Leese (pro eSports player, third-best player in the world on PS4)
Newcastle – PlanetToast (FIFA player)
Swindon Town – Cameron McGilp
Sunderland – @FUTWIZDan (fan)
Scunthorpe – Mark Love (gamer)
Wolves – unknown – potentially Fifilza (eSports player)
Crystal Palace – Andros Townsend
Mansfield Town – AC RedLac (competitive FIFA player)
Millwall – FUTWIZ Jamie and/or Josh Zerker (fans)
Sheffield United – Mitch (FIFA player)
Barnsley – Lewis H (pro FIFA player)
Blackburn – Bradley Dack
Burnley – Brad Colston eSports player)
Coventry – Brandon Mason
Ipswich – Josh (competitive FIFA player)
QPR – Ben Lovell (fan)
Charlton – Jamie Boxall (youtuber)
Exeter – Sculpta (FIFA player)
Middlesbrough – Danny Taylor (FIFA player)
Norwich – Todd Cantwell
Oxford United – Dom (competitive pro clubs player)
Portsmouth – Flair (FIFA player)
West Ham – Jamie ‘Jamboo’ Rigden (eSports player)
Aston Villa – TBC
Birmingham – Jaykae (rapper)
Brentford – Lewis Frampton (fan)
Derby – TBC
Northampton – TBC
Stoke – Thibaud Verlinden
West Brom – Callum Robinson
Leyton Orient – Sam Sargeant
Luton Town – Harry Isted
Morecambe – Sam Lavelle
Peterborough – Rhys Bennett
Reading – Tom McIntyre
Walsall – Elijah Adebayo
Blackpool – Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall
Brighton – Neal Maupay
Fleetwood – Liam Platt (fan)
Huddersfield – Jordan Croft (eSports player)
Nottingham Forest – Randolph (musician)
Plymouth Argyle – TBC
Preston – TBC
Southend – Daniel JR (eSports player)
Stevenage – TBC
AFC Wimbledon – Paul Kalambayi
Accrington Stanley – Ross Sykes
Bolton – Harry Brockbank
Bristol Rovers – Daniel Sheppard
Cambridge – Chris Wood (FIFA player, not the footballer)
Carlisle – Brandon Beech (fan)
Cheltenham – Jake McAlary (FIFA player)
Colchester – Callum Milton (fan)
Doncaster – Daniel Pearson (vlogger/fan)
Forest Green – Chris Stokes
Gillingham – Ben (fan)
Grimsby – Bradley Garmston
Oldham – Tom Hamer
Rotherham – TBC
Salford – TBC
Shrewsbury – TBC
Wycombe – Jude (fan)
Port Vale – Mitchell Clark
Rochdale – TBC
Burton Albion – TBC
Crawley – TBC
MK Dons – Dan Phillis (fan)

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