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1) File under 'that went well' - who wore Arsenal's No. 9 shirt last season?

Park Chu-Young.

2) Which English striker - now playing for a struggling Championship side - scored a massive five goals in three seasons of wearing Aston Villa's No. 9 shirt between 2007 and 2010?

Marlon Harewood.

3) Andy Dow, Michael Duberry, Neil Clement, Laurent Charvet, John Terry. What's the number?

26.

4) The last three wearers of the Everton No. 18 shirt have over 200 England caps between them. Name two of those three players.

Paul Gascoigne, Wayne Rooney and Phil Neville.

5) Which Portuguese striker wore the No. 9 shirt for Fulham last season?

Orlando Sa.

6) Who were the last three wearers of Liverpool's famous No. 7 shirt?

Luis Suarez, Robbie Keane and Harry Kewell.

7) What number is on the back of Mario Balotelli?

45.

8) Which two Man United players were promoted to the No. 2 and No. 7 shirts this summer?

Rafael and Luis Antonio Valencia.

9) Name two of the three players who followed Alan Shearer in Newcastle's No. 9 shirt?

Obafemi Martins, Andy Carroll and Papiss Cisse.

10) Name two of the three holders of the Norwich No. 1 shirt in the Premier League.

Bryan Gunn, Robert Green and John Ruddy.

11) Only one of the 1-11 QPR shirts is being worn by the same player 12 months on. So who is the steadfast No. 4?

Shaun Derry.

12) Which Reading shirt is being worn by the same player this season as during their PL stint of 2006-2008?

No. 3.

13) Which shirt did Matt Le Tissier wear for Southampton?

No. 7.

14) Who was given Stoke's No. 7 shirt this summer but has since been sent on loan?

Jermaine Pennant.

15) Who wore his beloved No. 3 shirt for Sunderland for three games at the start of last season?

Asamoah Gyan.

16) Which players wear the No. 9 and No. 10 shirts for Swansea?

Michu and Danny Graham.

17) Which Tottenham player took the now-empty No. 9 shirt from Dimitar Berbatov?

Roman Pavlyuchenko.

18) West Brom's No. 10 shirt wearer is Yassine El Ghanassy. For which country has he played?

Belgium.

19) What was the name of the Brazilian who wore the West Ham No. 9 shirt before Carlton Cole?

Ilan.

20) Three Wigan players have worn the No. 9 shirt between Emile Heskey and Franco di Santo. Name any of those players.

Mido, Jason Scotland or Mauro Boselli.

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