Manchester United have used 33 players in the Premier League

Marcus Rashford is congratulated after scoring
Image: Marcus Rashford celebrates scoring against Arsenal

Manchester United have used more players than any other Premier League team this season.

Louis van Gaal handed Premier League debuts to Marcus Rashford, James Weir and Timothy Fosu-Mensah in Sunday's 3-2 win over Arsenal, taking the total number of players he's used in the top flight this term to 33.

That's three more than any other Premier League club. Newcastle have the second-highest total of 30, followed by Bournemouth, Crystal Palace, Norwich, Sunderland and West Ham (all 28).

Interestingly, the current top four in the Premier League are among the clubs to have used the fewest players, with Leicester and Arsenal (both 23) using the fewest in the division, and Tottenham and Manchester City (both 24) sticking to a core group. 

Also See:

Premier League clubs are limited to a 25-man squad - but this does not include under-21s.

Premier League clubs - players used 2015/16

Club Players used
Man Utd 33
Newcastle 30
Bournemouth 28
Crystal Palace 28
Norwich 28
Sunderland 28
West Ham 28
Liverpool 27
Aston Villa 26
Southampton 26
Stoke 25
Watford 25
Everton 24
Man City 24
Swansea 24
Tottenham 24
West Brom 24
Arsenal 23
Chelsea 23
Leicester 23

Manchester United players used - Premier League 2015/16

Player Games played
Juan Mata 27
Daley Blind 25
Chris Smalling 25
David de Gea 23
Wayne Rooney 22
Memphis Depay 21
Anthony Martial 21
Matteo Darmian 21
Michael Carrick 20
Morgan Schneiderlin 20
Ander Herrera 19
Bastian Schweinsteiger 17
Ashley Young 16
Marouane Fellaini 15
Jesse Lingard 14
Phil Jones 10
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson 8
Paddy McNair 7
Marcos Rojo 7
Antonio Valencia 6
Luke Shaw 5
Adnan Januzaj 4
Sergio Romero 4
Andreas Pereira 4
Guillermo Varela 3
Will Keane 1
Marcus Rashford 1
James Wilson 1
Timothy Fosu-Mensah 1
Nick Powell 1
Javier Hernandez 1
James Weir 1
Donald Love 1

Around Sky