Name the nine Premier League stars who’ve been at Chelsea and Liverpool

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Chelsea play host to Liverpool in the second Friday Night Football of the season. And while all eyes are on the immediate future for the two sides who are both without European football, we thought we’d take a trip down memory lane and look atall the players who’ve featured for both clubs.

There’s nine in total, but can you name them with the help of these clues?

From El Nino to El Oh-No

He made a controversial switch from one club to the other back in January 2011, but what was his name?

Two left feet

This player is certainly more suited to the football pitch than the dance floor, but that doesn’t stop him from busting out the odd move from time to time.

Religious by name

This is his eighth season in the top-flight, and he’s played for six clubs in England. But who are we talking about?

Not exactly a style icon

Both the Anfield faithful and the Chelsea fans have cheered on this mohawk-loving midfield maestro at some stage in the last few years. Who is it?

An England freebie

This player switched blue for red for free at one point during a career in England which spanned over 18 years. But when was it, and what’s his name?

This one Israeli easy to get

He spent three years at Liverpool before his fancy footwork earned him a move to Stamford Bridge. Ring any bells?

Chelsea and this man go right back

This former England international has a Premier League medal and two League Cups to his name from his time at both Liverpool and Chelsea, but who are we talking about?

Signed in the nick of time

The only Frenchman to feature for both sides in the Premier League, this player scored 42 goals over five seasons in Merseyside and west London, including 19 strikes in the league in his debut season for one club. But which club was it, and what was his name?

Two league titles but not for these clubs

Our final player reached European Championship and World Cup semi-finals before moving to the Premier League, where he added a Community Shield and a UEFA Super Cup to his list of honours.

His name? You’ll have to work that one out for yourself…

Let us know your answers in the comments section below!

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Alex Apati

Having graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Creative Writing with English, Alex joined the News team following a three year stint working for Ladbrokes behind the counter. When he's not watching darts, he's throwing them. Failing that you'll find him YouTubeing Thierry Henry's greatest Arsenal goals.