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Welcome to Wags and Stags where we pit the Barclays Premier League's perfect pairings against each other as they represent their respective clubs in our fun-filled game.
We've trawled squads around the country to select the Premier League stars - and their better halves - to "play" for their clubs in our contest of glitz and glamour.
A couple will represent each team taking part in the Premier League this season and be matched as per their club fixtures in a battle of brains, brawn and beauty.
Click on the match-up and vote for your favourites. We will then see how our Wags and Stags league table compares with the real thing.
When James Beattie moved to Rangers at the start of the season the WAGs/Stag advisory panel turned the air bluer than a Bernard Manning appreciation society as it had taken them approximately 39 man hours to find a suitable pairing to represent the Potters. It was almost as if Beattie and his missus didn't care about the chaos they'd caused in swanning off to Ibrox on a tandem. Over the past few months we've scoured more editions of the Sentinel than we'd care to remember before our picture editor stumbled across a shot of Mrs Gudjohnsen in an Icelandic publication he said was part of 'his collection' - that's a joke by the way. The Nordic stunner is the mother of Eidur's children, a beautiful blonde and all-round good egg according to reports. And best of all, Stoke are now represented by a player who actually plays for them...
Having spent the best part of two years picking splinters out of his backside at Wigan, it is no surprise to find that De Ridder has allowed his attention to drift at times. Among those to have caught his wandering eye is Dutch actress and television presenter Dagelet - a 35-year-old, divorced, mother of one. It is worth pointing out here that De Ridder only turned 26 in March, so has done well to bag himself an older lady of some repute. It remains to be seen whether the former Holland U21 international will stick around the DW Stadium long enough to see out the epic battle that is the Wag and Stag title race, but De Ridder and Dagelet could be potential top-half challengers should they build up a head of steam.
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