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Enjoy some world-beater Peters as you stay apart two metres

Peter Crouch’s popular podcast will be returning to the airwaves with a new series during the coronavirus lockdown.

The former England striker, Chris Stark and Tom Fordyce are launching series four on April 15, with episodes landing every Wednesday and Friday.

With ‘That Peter Crouch Podcast’ helping to entertain the masses during the Covid-19 lockdown, the PA news agency has come up with an all Peter XI.

Goalkeeper: Peter Shilton

Peter Shilton gets the nod between the sticks

Peter Shilton gets the nod between the sticks (PA)

England’s most capped player of all-time fought off tough competition from the likes of Peter Bonetti and Peter Schmeichel.

Defender: Peter Fear

Former Wimbledon defender Peter Fear

Former Wimbledon defender Peter Fear (Neil Munns/PA)

One of the best names in the business. Came through the ranks at then Premier League side Wimbledon.

Defender: Peter Atherton

Peter Atherton made 318 Premier League appearances

Peter Atherton made 318 Premier League appearances (PA)

Only 22 other English defenders have played in more Premier League matches than the former Coventry, Sheffield Wednesday and Bradford man.

Defender: Peter Ramage

Peter Ramage had spells at Newcastle, Crystal Palace and QPR

Peter Ramage had spells at Newcastle, Crystal Palace and QPR (Owen Humphreys/PA)

Made 51 top-flight appearances for Newcastle after making his first-team debut in 2005.

Midfield: Peter Reid

Peter Reid celebrates winning the league with Everton

Peter Reid celebrates winning the league with Everton (PA)

A two-time league winner with Everton, this former England midfielder adds bite to the side. He could also help out on the management side.

Midfield: Peter Lorimer

Peter Lorimer had a wicked shot

Peter Lorimer had a powerful shot (PA)

Another midfielder with two league winners’ medals, the Leeds great and Scotland international is known for his thumping shots.

Midfield: Peter Whittingham

Peter Whittingham established himself as a Cardiff great

Peter Whittingham established himself as a Cardiff great (Nick Potts/PA)

An exceptionally gifted player who will forever be remembered at Cardiff. Whittingham tragically died aged 35 last month.

Midfield: Peter Lovenkrands

Denmark international Peter Lovenkrands spent time playing in Scotland, Germany and England

Denmark international Peter Lovenkrands spent time playing in Scotland, Germany and England (Owen Humphreys/PA)

Deployed on the wing, this former Denmark international, who played for Rangers and Newcastle, can add a bit of pizzazz on the flank.

Attack: Peter Beardsley

Peter Fear speaks to England manager Terry Venables

Peter Fear speaks to England manager Terry Venables (Adam Butler/PA)

Played for a variety of clubs during a long and interesting career, which included two league title wins with Liverpool and more than 50 England appearances.

Attack: Peter Osgood

Peter Osgood will forever be remembered at Stamford Bridge

Peter Osgood will forever be remembered at Stamford Bridge (PA)

Immortalised with a statue outside Stamford Bridge, he netted for fun at Chelsea, won the FA Cup with Southampton in 1976 and won four England caps. He died in 2006 aged just 59.

Attack: Peter Crouch

England's Peter Crouch celebrates with the robot dance

England’s Peter Crouch celebrates with the robot dance (Gareth Copley/PA)

Another former Saints and England player, the towering striker had an impressive goal ratio for the Three Lions and played in the 2006 Champions League final with Liverpool. Tottenham, QPR and Stoke are among the other teams on his CV.