Several players from the Premier League have qualified for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, which takes place in Egypt this summer. Dean Ammi takes you through the names.
Arsenal will have Mohamed Elneny attending the tournament with Egypt in his home country. Elneny scored in the final at the previous AFCON back in 2017. Alex Iwobi will be there with Nigeria. However, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang failed to qualify with Gabon.
Both Bournemouth and Burnley will not have anyone involved, but Brighton will. Gaetan Bong qualified with Cameroon, as has defender Leon Balogun with Nigeria. Midfielder Yves Bissouma will also be present with Mali.
Cardiff forward Oumar Niasse will be hoping to be in the Senegal squad, whilst Sol Bamba will miss out with Ivory Coast due to injury. Chelsea have no-one currently at the club that will be going to the tournament in June.
Crystal Palace have a whole host of names that could be in action. Senegal pair Cheikhou Kouyate and Pape Souare, Mali’s Bakary Sako as well as Ivorian forward Wilfried Zaha. Ghana duo Jordan Ayew and Jeffrey Schlupp complete an emphatic list for the Eagles.
Everton have Senegalese midfielder Idrissa Gueye, who was linked with PSG back in January. Fulham outcast Neeskens Kabano has qualified with DR Congo, as has have Jean-Michael Seri (Ivory Coast), Ibrahima Cisse (Guinea) and Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa (Cameroon).
Huddersfield will have Steve Mounie at AFCON with Benin in addition to Elias Kachunga with DR Congo. Abdelhamid Sabiri has yet to make an appearance with Morocco.
Leicester City have several African stars. Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfried Ndidi with Nigeria, Rachid Ghezzal with Algeria and Daniel Amartey with Ghana.
Liverpool will be pleased that the tournament was moved to the summer. Mohamed Salah (Egypt), Sadio Mane (Senegal) and Naby Keita (Guinea) have all qualified. Joel Matip has retired from international football.
Man City have record signing Riyad Mahrez with Algeria. Their neighbours Man Utd have central defender Eric Bailly with Ivory Coast.
Newcastle have Christian Atsu with Ghana and Mohamed Diame with Senegal. Southampton starlet Jan Valery may declare for Tunisia.
Meanwhile, Tottenham have midfielder Victor Wanyama (Kenya) and full-back Serge Aurier (Ivory Coast). Watford have Isaac Success who is Nigerian.
West Ham defender Arthur Masuaku has made it with DR Congo, and finally Romain Saiss will go to AFCON with Morocco from Wolves.