It's official - Liverpool are the youngest side in the Barclays Premier League under Brendan Rodgers.
Arsenal have held this distinction most often in recent seasons but under our new manager that has all changed.
Rodgers has handed first-team debuts to players like Jerome Sinclair, Suso, Adam Morgan and Andre Wisdom this season, while the likes of Raheem Sterling, Martin Kelly, Jonjo Shelvey and Fabio Borini have also featured heavily.
This has meant that after six games, the Reds have an average age of 23.38. That is lower than Arsenal's figure of 23.73.
As the table below shows, Fulham, Stoke and QPR are the oldest teams so far this season with average ages of more than 27.