The prices drop when it comes to the yellow card market. 15 is required to break the record - a card every 2.5 games on average. On paper, it is certainly doable, particularly for those pesky serial offenders.
John McGinn came closest last season (12) and he finds his name on top of the market at 2/1 as the favourite. A feisty figure in the middle, but he surprisingly didn't break the top five for fouls committed.
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg and Tomas Soucek topped this chart with a lengthy 69, but both midfielders have large odds to rack up 15+ cards. The former, who received 9 last season, is 14/1, whereas the West Ham midfielder is a huge 100/1. Despite the fouls, Soucek only picked up 7 cards, although 6 of these came since the turn of the New Year. Perhaps the refs are clamping down on his style of play?
Kalvin Phillips and Harry Maguire possess short odds of 3/1 and 4/1, with both men hitting double digits in bookings last season. The duo are two of the first names on the team-sheet at their respected clubs and are tasked with holding down the fort.
In terms of value, Yves Bissouma props up at 20/1. The Brighton midfielder made 55 fouls last year and racked up 8 cards. Going larger, Mason Holgate may sound like a surprise inclusion but the defender was actually cautioned 9 times last season. He has odds of 33/1 to receive 6 more - could Everton become more defensive under Rafael Benítez and invite more pressure?
Youri Tielemans is the largest priced player at 150/1, after just six in his last campaign. Although he is suspect for a foul (1 per game in 20/21), perhaps Leicester have more susceptible names to break this record. Jonny Evans (10/1) is an obvious one that springs to mind.