Have Sheffield Wednesday or West Ham provided more England players?

Despite not having a player called up by England for more than a decade, Sheffield Wednesday have more Three Lions players in their history than West Ham, Nottingham Forest or Leeds United.

Sheffield Wednesday rank in the top 10 clubs to provide players for England, according to The Telegraph.

43 players from the Owls have worn the Three Lions shirt in their history, more than rivals Sheffield United (36).

It also puts Wednesday above West Ham United, who have given England their only World Cup winning captain in Sir Bobby Moore, and have a total of 39 players represent club and country.

It's a figure which could increase should current boss Roy Hodgson get past his blind spot regarding Mark Noble.

The last player from Sheffield Wednesday to represent England was defender Andy Hinchcliffe in the late 90s, with Des Walker previous to that.

Wednesday outdo Leeds United (31), Nottingham Forest (37), and Newcastle United (39), and are level of 43 players with West Bromwich Albion. They could drop out of the top 10 should Baggies striker Saido Berahino receive his first England call-up while he remains at the club.

Chelsea sit just one above with 44 players. At the top of the list are Aston Villa and Tottenham Hotspur jointly with 73 players each, followed by Liverpool with 67.

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