Thursday 6 April 2017 15:01, UK
Nine Premier League players are one booking away from a two-game ban for acquiring 10 yellow cards for the season - but they have to get through just 90 more minutes before the slate is wiped clean.
Stoke duo Marko Arnautovic and Joe Allen, West Brom pair James McClean and Craig Dawson, West Ham's Mark Noble, Everton's Gareth Barry, Middlesbrough's Adam Clayton and Swansea's Leroy Fer are all at risk, after accumulating nine bookings each across domestic competitions.
However, Sunday's cut-off point means should any player pick up a 10th yellow card of the campaign after that date they will not receive a suspension.
That shouldn't be seen as invitation to foul, though - any player to reach a total of 15 bookings before the end of the season would be handed a suspension.
|Player||Club||Yellow cards||Next game|
|Gareth Barry||Everton||9||Leicester (9/4/17)|
|Marko Arnautovic||Stoke||9||Liverpool (8/4/17)|
|Joe Allen||Stoke||9||Liverpool (8/4/17)|
|Leroy Fer||Swansea||9||Tottenham (5/4/17)|
|James McClean||West Brom||9||Southampton (8/4/17)|
|Craig Dawson||West Brom||9||Southampton (8/4/17)|
|Mark Noble||West Ham||9||Arsenal (5/4/17)|
|Sam Clucas||Hull City||9||Man City (8/4/17)|
|Adam Clayton||Middlesbrough||9||Burnley (8/4/17)|
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