1998/99

Player Appearances

PLAYERLEAGUEFA CUPLEAGUE CUPOTHER
 APPS / GLSAPPS / GLSAPPS / GLSAPPS / GLS
Philippe Albert (D)3 (3)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Andreas Andersson (G)11 (4)21 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
John Barnes (M)0 (1)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Warren Barton (D)17 (7)05 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
David Batty (M)6 (2)00 (0)02 (0)00 (0)0
David Beharall (D)4 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Garry Brady (M)3 (6)02 (1)00 (0)00 (0)0
Steven Caldwell (D)0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Laurent Charvet (D)30 (1)15 (0)01 (0)01 (0)0
Nikos Dabizas (D)25 (5)36 (0)02 (0)01 (0)1
Paul Dalglish (F)6 (5)10 (0)02 (0)10 (0)0
Didier Domi (D)14 (0)04 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Duncan Ferguson (F)7 (0)20 (2)00 (0)00 (0)0
George Georgiadis (M)7 (3)00 (2)11 (0)00 (0)0
Keith Gillespie (M)5 (2)00 (0)00 (1)00 (0)0
Shay Given (G)31 (0)06 (0)02 (0)01 (0)0
Stephen Glass (M)18 (4)32 (2)02 (0)01 (0)0
Andy Griffin (D)14 (0)03 (0)01 (0)00 (0)0
Stephane Guivarc'h (F)2 (2)10 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Dietmar Hamann (M)22 (1)47 (0)11 (0)00 (0)0
Steve Harper (G)7 (1)01 (1)00 (0)00 (0)0
Steve Howey (D)14 (0)04 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Aaron Hughes (D)12 (2)01 (1)01 (0)00 (0)0
Peter Keen (G)0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Temuri Ketsbaia (M)14 (12)56 (0)30 (0)01 (0)0
Rob Lee (M)20 (6)03 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0
Silvio Maric (M)9 (1)01 (2)00 (0)00 (0)0
Jamie McClen (M)1 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Stuart Pearce (D)12 (0)00 (0)02 (0)01 (0)0
Lionel Perez (G)0 (0)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Alessandro Pistone (D)2 (1)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Louis Saha (F)5 (6)11 (0)10 (0)00 (0)0
Carl Serrant (D)3 (1)00 (0)00 (0)00 (0)0
Alan Shearer (F)29 (1)146 (0)52 (0)11 (0)1
Nolberto Solano (M)24 (5)67 (0)01 (0)00 (1)0
Gary Speed (M)34 (4)46 (0)11 (1)01 (0)0
Steve Watson (M)7 (0)00 (0)00 (0)01 (0)0

NB: Players with a zero in every column only appeared as unused substitutes

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Match in Focus

14:00 TODAY SKY

England v Croatia

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • England have won four of their last five home matches
Expert verdict
This World Cup semi-final rematch is about much more than revenge for England with both teams knowing a Wembley win will take them through to next summer's Nations League knockout phase. England look to have stepped up a gear since last summer's World Cup loss to Croatia, beating Spain in Seville, and can continue their upward trajectory.