- Aaron Lennon (360 appearances):
The former Spurs winger was once touted to become a huge sensation in the football world. Lennon started his career at Leeds United by joining their youth academy and after making 38 appearances, he moved to North London to join Tottenham Hotspur. He made almost 300 appearances for Spurs before moving to Everton where he made 40 matches. Currently he has been playing for Burnley and looks as fit as ever at the age of 31.
- Leighton Baines (410 appearances):
Baines is one of the finest left-backs in the history of the Premier League. Baines came through the ranks of Wigan Athletic and joined Everton after making 80 appearances. It is safe to say that Everton have been blessed with his services on the left as the left back has been a very influential contributor in the attack. His crosses have been absolutely delightful to watch and so have been his set-pieces. Till date, he made more than 330 appearances for the Toffees and is going stronger as ever.
- Petr Cech (440 appearances):
The Czech international has been a fantastic servant to the Premier League, blessing the likes of both Chelsea and Arsenal with his skills between the sticks. Cech started out with Chelsea in the league and went on to become a legend at the club with his shot-stopping abilities and smart reflexes. He kept more than 250 clean sheets with Blues and it was in 2015 when he went out of favour and joined Arsenal. Without a doubt, he is one of the most experienced players in the league and the Gunners will be looking to make the most out of it.
- James Milner (489 appearances):
Milner has played with a number of clubs in the Premier league including the likes of Aston Villa, Leeds United, Newcastle, Manchester City and Liverpool. It was in the 2015 transfer window that he left from Manchester City to join Liverpool. Since then he has played as a left-back, wing back, midfielder and a winger too. He has proved to be an utility player for the Reds and Jurgen Klopp will be immensely counting on him.
- Jermain Defoe (493 appearances):
Defoe has been one of the finest strikers in the Premier league for a long time and it is surprising how he still manages to be consistently among the goals. He has played for five different Premier league teams and is close to make 500 appearances. If it hadn’t been for timely injuries, Defoe would have been a lot successful in his career but nevertheless it is a privilege to watch him play in the Premier league.