The Premier League players to play less than 270 minutes so far this season

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Theo Walcott

Big names from Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool are among the players to have struggled for game time in the Premier League this season.

With the majority of teams in the division having played 22 matches this season, we’ve taken a look at which players have appeared in less than three matches in terms of cumulative minutes.

Some of the names have been absent due to injury, but there are a number of high-profile players who have simply fallen out of favour at their clubs.

Theo Walcott
Francis Coquelin
Calum Chambers
Mohamed Elneny

Jack Simpson
Tyrone Mings
Lys Mousset

Uwe Hunemeier
Connor Goldson
Beram Kayal

Nahki Wells
Jonathan Walters
Ashley Westwood

Charly Musonda
Michy Batshuayi

Crystal Palace
Sullay Kaikai
Freddie Ladapo
Damien Delaney
Lee Chung-Yong
Jairo Riedewald
Bakary Sako

Mo Besic
James McCarthy
Kevin Mirallas
Yannick Bolasie
Beni Baningime
Ademola Lookman
Davy Klaassen

Huddersfield Town
Michael Hefele
Dean Whitehead
Joe Lolley
Kasey Palmer
Martin Crainie
Abdelhamid Sabiri

Leicester City
Adrien Silva
Leonardo Ulloa
Aleksandar Dragovic
Daniel Armartey
Islam Slimani
Kelechi Iheanacho

Danny Ings
Marko Grujic
Adam Lallana

Manchester City
Oleksandr Zinchenko
Yaya Toure

Manchester United
Axel Tuanzebe
Scott McTominay
Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Matteo Darmian

Newcastle United
Henri Saivet
Aleksandar Mitrovic
Jesus Gamez
Rolando Aarons
Paul Dummett

Jeremy Pied
Sam McQueen
Matt Targett

Stoke City
Julien Ngoy
Josh Tymon
Glen Johnson
Ibrahim Affelay
Charlie Adam

Swansea City
Angel Rangel
Jay Fulton
Kyle Bartley
Oliver McBurnie

Georges-Kevin Nkoudou
Victor Wanyama
Kyle Walker-Peters
Fernando Llorente
Erik Lamela

Craig Cathcart
Jerome Sinclair
Younes Kaboul
Stefano Okaka

West Brom
Oliver Burke
Nacer Chadli
James Morrison
Gareth McAuley

West Ham

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