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Fixtures

DateRHemma vs Borta-
01/24 13:00 - Crystal Palace U23 vs Liverpool U23 View
01/24 13:30 - Birmingham U23 vs West Brom U23 View
01/24 16:00 - West Ham U23 vs Leicester U23 View
01/24 19:00 - Blackburn U23 vs Leeds U23 View
01/24 19:00 - Chelsea U23 vs Man City U23 View
01/24 19:00 - Everton U23 vs Tottenham U23 View
01/24 19:00 - Aston Villa U23 vs Reading U23 View
01/24 19:00 - Stoke U23 vs Fulham U23 View
01/24 19:00 - Sunderland U23 vs Wolverhampton U23 View
01/24 19:00 - Newcastle U23 vs Nottm Forest U23 View
02/04 19:00 - Arsenal U23 vs Chelsea U23 View
02/04 19:00 - Blackburn U23 vs Brighton U23 View

Results

Date R Hemma vs Borta -
01/23 14:00 - [8] Southampton U23 vs Middlesbrough U23 [11] 1-0
01/21 19:00 - [3] Norwich U23 vs Burnley U23 [6] 2-1
01/21 19:00 - [13] Derby U23 vs Arsenal U23 [4] 1-1
01/21 14:00 - [6] Brighton U23 vs Man Utd U23 [7] 1-2
01/17 19:00 - [9] Wolverhampton U23 vs Burnley U23 [7] 1-1
01/17 19:00 - [3] West Brom U23 vs Aston Villa U23 [6] 2-1
01/17 19:00 - [11] Southampton U23 vs Fulham U23 [1] 2-1
01/17 19:00 - [13] Leeds U23 vs Derby U23 [12] 2-0
01/17 19:00 - [3] Tottenham U23 vs Blackburn U23 [14] 1-1
01/17 19:00 - [11] Leicester U23 vs Brighton U23 [6] 2-1
01/17 13:00 - [6] Crystal Palace U23 vs Chelsea U23 [10] 3-2
01/16 12:00 - [12] Middlesbrough U23 vs Sunderland U23 [8] 3-2

The Professional Development League is a system of youth football leagues that are managed, organised and controlled by the Premier League or by the Football League. It was introduced by the Football Association via the Elite Player Performance Plan in 2012.

The system was introduced in early 2012 and was active for the first time during the 2012–13 season. It is a successor to the Premier Reserve League, Premier Academy League and Football Combination. The Football League Youth Alliance makes up League 2 of the under-18 system. The system covers the under-18, under-21 and under-23 age groups.

Previously, clubs participating in the Premier Reserve League (the highest level of reserve football in England) were removed from the competition if their first team in the Premier League were relegated and replaced with a promoted team. Under the Professional Development League system, Premier League reserves teams' league status is not directly linked to the first team's Premier League status. Instead, there are three different Professional Development Leagues at each age-group level and clubs in the top four tiers of the English football league system are placed in the system based on the assessment of their academy for the Elite Player Performance Plan (EPPP).