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Clermont field league's oldest starting XI

Publish on 18/10/2021 at 08:18 - S. WILLIS

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It's official! Clermont Foot top the charts for fielding the oldest average starting eleven in the league so far this season. The newly-promoted side takes the number one spot ahead of Paris Saint-Germain in the standings!

After 10 rounds of Ligue 1 Uber Eats so far, Clermont have fielded the oldest average starting eleven this term. With experienced campaigners such as Florent Ogier (32), Johan Gastien (33) or Jason Berthomier (31), the Clermont-Ferrand club is the only team to exceed the 28-year-old mark (28 and 48 days).

Who's next?

Opponents last Friday evening, Paris Saint-Germain and Angers SCO take the other two places on the podium. PSG, league leaders since Round 3, has an average starting eleven age of 27 and 241 days, ahead of the Gérald Baticle's Angers (27 years and 230 days). 

But with a return to full fitness with the capital club imminent, will Sergio Ramos (35) change the order at the top of the ranking in the coming weeks?

Monaco and OM, the youngest

On the other hand, AS Monaco showed that they are happy to place their trust in youth, displaying the youngest average starting eleven (24 years and 170 days). Olympique de Marseille ranks just above the Monegasques with an average age of 24 and 254 days.

Average age of the starting eleven in Ligue 1 Uber Eats

1. Clermont Foot, 28 years old and 48 days

2. Paris Saint-Germain, 27 years old and 241 days

3. Angers SCO, 27 years old and 230 days

4. RC Strasbourg Alsace, 27 years old and 179 days

5. ESTAC Troyes, 27 years old and 178 days

6. FC Lorient, 27 years old and 38 days old

7. RC Lens, 26 years and 361 days

8. FC Nantes, 26 years old and 313 days

9. LOSC, 26 years and 283 days

10. Girondins de Bordeaux, 26 years old and 196 days

11. Olympique Lyonnais, 26 years old and 43 days old

12. Montpellier Hérault SC, 25 years and 323 days

13. FC Metz, 25 years and 229 days

14. Stade Rennais FC, 25 years and 223 days

15. OGC Nice, 25 years and 48 days

16. AS Saint-Etienne, 25 years and 28 days

17. Stade de Reims, 24 years old and 307 days

18. Stade Brestois 29
, 24 years old and 289 days

19. Olympique de Marseille, 24 years old and 254 days

20. AS Monaco, 24 years and 170 days

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