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1. Which player has scored the most Premier League hat-tricks?

Alan Shearer

2. How many Premier League hat-tricks has Luis Suarez scored for Liverpool?

Five

3. And how many of these have come against Norwich?

Three

4. Who scored a hat-trick on his debut for Middlesbrough in 1996?

Fabrizio Ravanelli

5. Name the opponent and the result.

Liverpool, 3-3

6. Name the former England Under-21 international who scored a hat-trick in Aston Villa's 7-1 win over Wimbledon in 1995. Clue: He also played for Celtic.

Tommy Johnson

7. True or false: Tony Cottee has scored more Premier League hat-tricks than Frank Lampard.

False, they both have three

8. Who scored a hat-trick for Charlton in a 3-2 win over Liverpool in 2003?

Kevin Lisbie

9. Which player has scored more Premier League hat-tricks: Darren Bent or Paul Kitson?

Kitson

10. Name the last Chelsea player to score a hat-trick in the top flight.

Fernando Torres, v QPR in 2011

11. Which club has scored the most Premier League hat-tricks?

Liverpool with 35

12. And who is in second?

Arsenal with 34, then Man United with 32

13. Englishmen were responsible for all but seven of the first 40 hat-tricks scored in the Premier League, but which foreign forward scored the first?

Eric Cantona

14. True or false: Blackburn have scored more Premier League hat-tricks than Chelsea.

False, Rovers have notched 17 while Chelsea have 18

15. Who scored a hat-trick for Middlesbrough in their 8-1 victory over Manchester City in 2008?

Afonso Alves

16. Who scored two hat-tricks in the space of a week in April 2004, helping his team to a 4-2 win over Liverpool and a 5-0 thrashing of Leeds?

Thierry Henry

17. After the British nations, which country is responsible for the most top-flight hat-tricks?

Holland

18. Name the two Germans to score Premier League hat-tricks.

Jurgen Klinsmann and Fredi Bobic

19. Which club has conceded the most Premier League hat-tricks?

Southampton with 16

20. The first time Man United conceded a Premier League hat-trick was in 2006. Which player bagged the treble?

David Bentley

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