List of EFL Championship hat-tricks

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Dwight Gayle holds the record for most hat-tricks in the EFL Championship with 5. Dwight Gayle 2017.jpg
Dwight Gayle holds the record for most hat-tricks in the EFL Championship with 5.

Since the inception of the English association football league competition, the EFL Championship, in 2004, more than 60 players have scored three goals (a hat-trick) or more in a single match. The first player to achieve the feat was Englishman Marcus Stewart, who scored three times for Sunderland in a 4–0 victory at Gillingham on 11 September 2004. Brian Deane, Chris Iwelumo, Michael Chopra, Garath McCleary and Nikola Žigić have each scored four goals in a match. The fixture between Norwich City and Scunthorpe United at Carrow Road in 2011 saw both Grant Holt and Simeon Jackson score a hat-trick for the home team.

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Dwight Gayle has scored a hat-trick on five occasions in the Football League Championship. He and Chris Iwelumo scored a hat-trick for three clubs.

The list includes only hat-tricks scored in the league; hat-tricks scored in play-off matches are not counted.

Hat-tricks

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Key
4Player scored four goals
Dagger-14-plain.pngPlayer scored hat-trick as a substitute
*Home team
Dave Kitson scored his first hat-trick on 18 September 2004. Dave Kitson.png
Dave Kitson scored his first hat-trick on 18 September 2004.
Chris Iwelumo scored three hat-tricks for three clubs. Iwelumo.jpg
Chris Iwelumo scored three hat-tricks for three clubs.
Michael Chopra scored three hat-tricks for Cardiff City. Chopra, Michael (2).jpg
Michael Chopra scored three hat-tricks for Cardiff City.
Rickie Lambert scored four hat-tricks for Southampton. Rickie Lambert with Liverpool.jpg
Rickie Lambert scored four hat-tricks for Southampton.
Note: The results column shows the home team score first
PlayerNationalityForAgainstResultDateRef.
Marcus Stewart Flag of England.svg  England Sunderland Gillingham*0–411 September 2004 [2]
Dave Kitson Flag of England.svg  England Reading* Gillingham 3–118 September 2004 [3]
Jamie Cureton Flag of England.svg  England Queens Park Rangers* Coventry City 4–128 September 2004 [4]
Brian Deane 4Flag of England.svg  England Leeds United* Queens Park Rangers 6–120 November 2004 [5]
Barry Hayles Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Millwall Derby County*0–328 December 2004 [6]
Richard Cresswell Flag of England.svg  England Preston North End* Sunderland 3–21 January 2005 [7]
Marcus Stewart Flag of England.svg  England Sunderland* Watford 4–212 February 2005 [8]
Dave Kitson Flag of England.svg  England Reading* West Ham United 3–112 March 2005 [9]
David Connolly Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Leicester City* Stoke City 4–29 August 2005 [10]
Carl Cort Flag of England.svg  England Wolverhampton Wanderers* Queens Park Rangers 3–130 August 2005 [11]
Rob Hulse Flag of England.svg  England Leeds United* Derby County 3–128 September 2005 [12]
Ade Akinbiyi Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Burnley Luton Town*2–35 November 2005 [13]
Dave Kitson Flag of England.svg  England Reading* Brighton & Hove Albion 5–110 December 2005 [14]
Dean Ashton Flag of England.svg  England Norwich City* Southampton 3–117 December 2005 [15]
Vincent Péricard Flag of France.svg  France Plymouth Argyle* Coventry City 3–118 February 2006 [16]
Adam Rooney Flag of England.svg  England Stoke City Brighton & Hove Albion*1–530 April 2006 [17]
Jamie Cureton Flag of England.svg  England Colchester United* Derby County 4–326 August 2006 [18]
Gifton Noel-Williams Flag of England.svg  England Burnley* Barnsley 4–212 September 2006 [19]
Kevin Phillips Flag of England.svg  England West Bromwich Albion Ipswich Town*1–514 October 2006 [20]
Alan Lee Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Ipswich Town* Luton Town 5–029 October 2006 [21]
Chris Iwelumo 4Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Colchester United* Hull City 5–128 November 2006 [22]
Gary McSheffrey Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City* Preston North End 3–19 December 2006 [23]
Michael Chopra Flag of England.svg  England Cardiff City* Leicester City 3–227 January 2007 [24]
Andrew Surman Flag of England.svg  England Southampton* Barnsley 5–217 February 2007 [25]
Marek Saganowski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Southampton Wolverhampton Wanderers*0–631 March 2007 [26]
Dean Windass Flag of England.svg  England Hull City* Southend United 4–031 March 2007 [27]
Jamie Cureton Flag of England.svg  England Colchester United Southend United*0–36 April 2007 [28]
Kevin Phillips Flag of England.svg  England West Bromwich Albion* Barnsley 7–06 May 2007 [29]
James Scowcroft Flag of England.svg  England Crystal Palace Southampton*1–411 August 2007 [30]
Jonathan Walters Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Ipswich Town* Bristol City 6–010 November 2007 [31]
Stern John Flag of Trinidad and Tobago.svg  Trinidad and Tobago Southampton* Hull City 4–08 December 2007 [32]
Ricardo Fuller Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Stoke City* West Bromwich Albion 3–122 December 2007 [33]
Liam Lawrence Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Stoke City Barnsley*3–326 December 2007 [34]
Andrew Cole Flag of England.svg  England Burnley Queens Park Rangers*2–412 February 2008 [35]
Steve Howard Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Leicester City West Bromwich Albion*1–415 March 2008 [36]
Jamie Cureton Flag of England.svg  England Norwich City* Colchester United 5–122 March 2008 [37]
James Beattie Flag of England.svg  England Sheffield United* Leicester City 3–05 April 2008 [38]
Billy Sharp Flag of England.svg  England Sheffield United* Queens Park Rangers 3–016 August 2008 [39]
Kevin Doyle Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Reading* Crystal Palace 4–230 August 2008 [40]
Kevin Doyle Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Reading* Sheffield Wednesday 6–016 September 2008 [41]
Chris Iwelumo Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Wolverhampton Wanderers Preston North End*1–320 September 2008 [42]
Leroy Lita Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg  DR Congo Norwich City* Wolverhampton Wanderers 5–221 October 2008 [43]
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake Flag of England.svg  England Wolverhampton Wanderers* Norwich City 3–33 February 2009 [44]
Deon Burton Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Charlton Athletic* Norwich City 4–23 May 2009 [45]
Shola Ameobi Flag of England.svg  England Newcastle United* Reading 3–015 August 2009 [46]
Michael Chopra Flag of England.svg  England Cardiff City Plymouth Argyle*1–318 August 2009 [47]
Kevin Nolan Flag of England.svg  England Newcastle United Ipswich Town*0–426 September 2009 [48]
Michael Chopra 4Flag of England.svg  England Cardiff City* Derby County 6–129 September 2009 [49]
Peter Whittingham Flag of England.svg  England Cardiff City Sheffield United*3–424 October 2009 [50]
Darius Henderson Flag of England.svg  England Sheffield United Bristol City*2–328 November 2009 [51]
Robert Earnshaw Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Nottingham Forest* Leicester City 5–15 December 2009 [52]
Freddy Eastwood Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Coventry City* Peterborough United 3–212 December 2009 [53]
Paul Gallagher Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Leicester City* Scunthorpe United 5–113 February 2010 [54]
Gary Hooper Flag of England.svg  England Scunthorpe United* Bristol City 3–017 April 2010 [55]
Chris Iwelumo Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Burnley* Preston North End 4–311 September 2010 [56]
James Vaughan Flag of England.svg  England Crystal Palace* Portsmouth 4–114 September 2010 [57]
James Coppinger Flag of England.svg  England Doncaster Rovers* Norwich City 3–114 September 2010 [58]
Jon Parkin Flag of England.svg  England Preston North End Leeds United*6–428 September 2010 [59]
Jonny Howson Flag of England.svg  England Leeds United Scunthorpe United*1–430 October 2010 [60]
Luciano Becchio Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Leeds United* Bristol City 3–113 November 2010 [61]
Grant Holt Flag of England.svg  England Norwich City* Ipswich Town 4–128 November 2010 [62]
Wes Hoolahan Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Norwich City* Sheffield United 4–228 December 2010 [63]
Jason Puncheon Flag of England.svg  England Millwall* Crystal Palace 3–01 January 2011 [64]
Matty Fryatt Flag of England.svg  England Hull City Scunthorpe United*1–55 February 2011 [65]
Connor Wickham Flag of England.svg  England Ipswich Town Doncaster Rovers*0–615 February 2011 [66]
Yakubu Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Leicester City Middlesbrough*3–32 April 2011 [67]
Grant Holt Flag of England.svg  England Norwich City* Scunthorpe United 6–02 April 2011 [68]
Simeon Jackson Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Norwich City* Scunthorpe United 6–02 April 2011 [68]
Scott McDonald Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Middlesbrough Hull City*2–422 April 2011 [69]
Simeon Jackson Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Norwich City* Derby County 3–225 April 2011 [70]
Lee Tomlin Flag of England.svg  England Peterborough United* Ipswich Town 7–120 August 2011 [71]
Rickie Lambert Flag of England.svg  England Southampton* Nottingham Forest 3–210 September 2011 [72]
Chris Wood Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Birmingham City* Millwall 3–011 September 2011 [73]
Darius Henderson Flag of England.svg  England Millwall Leicester City*0–322 October 2011 [74]
Jonjo Shelvey Flag of England.svg  England Blackpool Leeds United*0–52 November 2011 [75]
Rickie Lambert Flag of England.svg  England Southampton* Brighton & Hove Albion 3–019 November 2011 [76]
Matt Phillips Flag of England.svg  England Blackpool Barnsley*1–326 December 2011 [77]
Ricardo Vaz Tê Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Barnsley* Leeds United 4–131 December 2011 [78]
Darius Henderson Flag of England.svg  England Millwall Barnsley*1–321 January 2012 [79]
Nikola Žigić 4Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Birmingham City Leeds United*1–431 January 2012 [80]
Rickie Lambert Flag of England.svg  England Southampton Watford*0–325 February 2012 [81]
Rickie Lambert Flag of England.svg  England Southampton Millwall*2–317 March 2012 [82]
Garath McCleary 4Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Nottingham Forest Leeds United*3–720 March 2012 [83]
Charlie Austin Flag of England.svg  England Burnley Portsmouth*1–531 March 2012 [84]
Radosław Majewski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Nottingham Forest Crystal Palace*0–331 March 2012 [85]
Ricardo Vaz Tê Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal West Ham United* Brighton & Hove Albion 6–014 April 2012 [86]
Matty Fryatt Flag of England.svg  England Hull City* Barnsley 3–117 April 2012 [87]
Peter Whittingham Flag of England.svg  England Cardiff City* Wolverhampton Wanderers 3–12 September 2012 [88]
Charlie Austin Flag of England.svg  England Burnley* Peterborough United 5–215 September 2012 [89]
Glenn Murray Flag of England.svg  England Crystal Palace* Cardiff City 3–222 September 2012 [90]
Craig Davies 4Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Barnsley Birmingham City*0–522 September 2012 [91]
David Nugent Flag of England.svg  England Leicester City* Hull City 3–123 September 2012 [92]
Emile Sinclair Flag of England.svg  England Peterborough United Hull City*1–329 September 2012 [93]
Charlie Austin Flag of England.svg  England Burnley* Sheffield Wednesday 3–32 October 2012 [94]
Marlon King Flag of Jamaica.svg  Jamaica Birmingham City Millwall*3–323 October 2012 [95]
Glenn Murray Flag of England.svg  England Crystal Palace* Ipswich Town 5–06 November 2012 [96]
Jordan Rhodes Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Blackburn Rovers Peterborough United*1–417 November 2012 [97]
Chris Wood Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Leicester City Bristol City*0–412 January 2013 [98]
Radosław Majewski Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Nottingham Forest* Huddersfield Town 6–119 February 2013 [99]
Dwight Gayle Flag of England.svg  England Peterborough United Blackburn Rovers*2–32 March 2013 [100]
Leonardo Ulloa Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Brighton & Hove Albion* Huddersfield Town 4–12 March 2013 [101]
Kevin Phillips Flag of England.svg  England Crystal Palace* Hull City 4–25 March 2013 [102]
James Vaughan Flag of England.svg  England Huddersfield Town Bristol City*1–327 April 2013 [103]
Troy Deeney Flag of England.svg  England Watford* Bournemouth 6–110 August 2013 [104]
James Vaughan Flag of England.svg  England Huddersfield Town* Bournemouth 5–124 August 2013 [105]
Craig Bryson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Derby County Millwall*1–514 September 2013 [106]
Jesse Lingard 4Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City* Sheffield Wednesday 4–121 September 2013 [107]
Ross McCormack 4Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Leeds United Charlton Athletic*2–49 November 2013 [108]
Chris Martin Flag of England.svg  England Derby County* Blackpool 5–17 December 2013 [109]
Adam Le Fondre Flag of England.svg  England Reading* Bolton Wanderers 7–118 January 2014 [110]
Adam Le Fondre Flag of England.svg  England Reading* Blackpool 5–128 January 2014 [111]
Ross McCormack Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Leeds United* Huddersfield Town 5–11 February 2014 [112]
Yann Kermorgant Flag of France.svg  France Bournemouth* Doncaster Rovers 5–01 March 2014 [113]
Jordan Rhodes Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Blackburn Rovers Huddersfield Town*2–415 March 2014 [114]
Craig Bryson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Derby County* Nottingham Forest 5–022 March 2014 [115]
Rudy Gestede Flag of Benin.svg  Benin Blackburn Rovers Birmingham City*2–421 April 2014 [116]
Marvin Sordell Flag of England.svg  England Charlton Athletic Sheffield Wednesday*2–321 April 2014 [117]
Danny Ward Flag of England.svg  England Huddersfield Town Watford*1–43 May 2014 [118]
Callum Harriott Flag of England.svg  England Charlton Athletic Blackpool*0–33 May 2014 [119]
Joe Mason Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Bolton Wanderers* Rotherham United 3–216 September 2014 [120]
Britt Assombalonga Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg  DR Congo Nottingham Forest* Fulham 5–317 September 2014 [121]
Marc Pugh Flag of England.svg  England Bournemouth Birmingham City*0–825 October 2014 [122]
Troy Deeney Flag of England.svg  England Watford Fulham*0–55 December 2014 [123]
Jelle Vossen Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Middlesbrough Millwall*1–56 December 2014 [124]
Demarai Gray Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City* Reading 6–113 December 2014 [125]
Clayton Donaldson Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City* Wigan Athletic 3–110 January 2015 [126]
Ross McCormack Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Fulham* Nottingham Forest 3–221 January 2015 [127]
Odion Ighalo 4Flag of Nigeria.svg  Nigeria Watford* Blackpool 7–224 January 2015 [128]
Gary Hooper Flag of England.svg  England Norwich City* Blackpool 4–07 February 2015 [129]
Jon Toral Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Brentford* Blackpool 4–024 February 2015 [130]
Brett Pitman Flag of England.svg  England Bournemouth* Blackpool 4–014 March 2015 [131]
Rudy Gestede Flag of Benin.svg  Benin Blackburn Rovers * Nottingham Forest 3–318 April 2015 [132]
Lee Gregory Flag of England.svg  England Millwall* Derby County 3–325 April 2015 [133]
Ross McCormack Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Fulham* Middlesbrough 4–325 April 2015 [134]
Orlando Sa Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Reading* Ipswich Town 5–111 September 2015 [135]
Clayton Donaldson Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City* Bristol City 4–212 September 2015 [136]
Daryl Murphy Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Ipswich Town Rotherham United*2–57 November 2015 [137]
Tom Ince Flag of England.svg  England Derby County* Bristol City 4–015 December 2015 [138]
Andre Gray Flag of England.svg  England Burnley* Bristol City 4–028 December 2015 [139]
Abel Hernández Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Hull City* Charlton Athletic 6–016 January 2016 [140]
Yaya Sanogo Flag of France.svg  France Charlton Athletic* Reading 3–427 February 2016 [141]
Tomer Hemed Flag of Israel.svg  Israel Brighton & Hove Albion* Fulham 5–015 April 2016 [142]
Grant Ward Flag of England.svg  England Ipswich Town* Barnsley 4–26 August 2016 [143]
Scott Hogan Flag of England.svg  England Brentford* Preston North End 5–017 September 2016 [144]
Dwight Gayle Flag of England.svg  England Newcastle United* Norwich City 4–328 September 2016 [145]
Glenn Murray Flag of England.svg  England Brighton & Hove Albion* Norwich City 5–029 October 2016 [146]
Henri Lansbury Flag of England.svg  England Nottingham Forest Barnsley*2–525 November 2016 [147]
Dwight Gayle Flag of England.svg  England Newcastle United* Birmingham City 4–010 December 2016 [148]
Nélson Oliveira Flag of Portugal.svg  Portugal Norwich City* Derby County 3–02 January 2017 [149]
Jota Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Brentford* Rotherham United 4–225 February 2017 [150]
David Nugent Flag of England.svg  England Derby County* Fulham 4–24 April 2017 [151]
Nick Powell Dagger-14-plain.pngFlag of England.svg  England Wigan Athletic* Barnsley 3–213 April 2017 [152]
Abel Hernández Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay Hull City* Burton Albion 4–112 August 2017 [153]
Conor Hourihane Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Aston Villa* Norwich City 4–219 August 2017 [154]
Kieran Dowell Flag of England.svg  England Nottingham Forest Hull City*2–328 October 2017 [155]
Leon Clarke 4Flag of England.svg  England Sheffield United* Hull City 4–14 November 2017 [156]
Ryan Sessegnon Flag of England.svg  England Fulham Sheffield United*4–521 November 2017 [157]
Leon Clarke Flag of England.svg  England Sheffield United* Fulham 4–521 November 2017 [157]
Matěj Vydra Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic Derby County Middlesbrough*0–325 November 2017 [158]
Kemar Roofe Flag of England.svg  England Leeds United Queens Park Rangers*1–39 December 2017 [159]
Patrick Bamford Flag of England.svg  England Middlesbrough* Leeds United 3–02 March 2018 [160]
Bobby Reid Flag of England.svg  England Bristol City* Sheffield Wednesday 4–03 March 2018 [161]
James Maddison Flag of England.svg  England Norwich City Hull City*4–310 March 2018 [162]
Atdhe Nuhiu Flag of Kosovo.svg  Kosovo Sheffield Wednesday* Norwich City 5–16 May 2018 [163]
Lukas Jutkiewicz Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City* Rotherham United 3–16 October 2018 [164]
Billy Sharp Flag of England.svg  England Sheffield United* Wigan Athletic 4–227 October 2018 [165]
Che Adams Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City* Hull City 3–310 November 2018 [166]
Tammy Abraham 4Flag of England.svg  England Aston Villa* Nottingham Forest 5–528 November 2018 [167]
Danny Graham Flag of England.svg  England Blackburn Rovers* Sheffield Wednesday 4–21 December 2018 [168]
Dwight Gayle Flag of England.svg  England West Bromwich Albion Rotherham United*0–422 December 2018 [169]
Billy Sharp Flag of England.svg  England Sheffield United Aston Villa*3–38 February 2019 [170]
Che Adams Flag of England.svg  England Birmingham City Queens Park Rangers*3–49 February 2019 [171]
Saïd Benrahma Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria Brentford* Hull City 5–123 February 2019 [172]
Martyn Waghorn Flag of England.svg  England Derby County* Rotherham United 6–130 March 2019 [173]
Andreas Weimann Flag of Austria.svg  Austria Bristol City Sheffield United*2–330 March 2019 [174]
Mason Mount Flag of England.svg  England Derby County* Bolton Wanderers 4–013 April 2019 [175]
Dwight Gayle Flag of England.svg  England West Bromwich Albion* Preston North End 4–113 April 2019 [176]
Ollie Watkins Flag of England.svg  England Brentford Barnsley*1–329 September 2019 [177]
Aleksandar Mitrović Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia Fulham* Luton Town 3–223 October 2019 [178]
Joe Ralls Flag of England.svg  England Cardiff City* Birmingham City 4–22 November 2019 [179]
Josh Dasilva Flag of England.svg  England Brentford* Luton Town 7–030 November 2019 [180]
George Pușcaș Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Reading Wigan Athletic*3–130 November 2019 [181]
Conor Chaplin Flag of England.svg  England Barnsley* Queens Park Rangers 5–314 December 2019 [182]
Jordan Rhodes Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Sheffield Wednesday Nottingham Forest*0–414 December 2019 [183]
Nahki Wells Flag of Bermuda.svg  Bermuda Queens Park Rangers* Cardiff City 6–11 January 2020 [184]
Saïd Benrahma Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria Brentford Hull City*1–51 February 2020 [185]
Matt Smith Flag of England.svg  England Millwall Nottingham Forest*0–36 March 2020 [186]
Louie Sibley Flag of England.svg  England Derby County Millwall*2–320 June 2020 [187]
Yakou Méïté 4Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast Reading Luton Town*0–54 July 2020 [188]
Saïd Benrahma Flag of Algeria.svg  Algeria Brentford* Wigan Athletic 3–04 July 2020 [189]
Kieran Dowell Flag of England.svg  England Wigan Athletic* Hull City 8–014 July 2020 [190]
Adam Armstrong Flag of England.svg  England Blackburn Rovers* Wycombe Wanderers 5–019 September 2020 [191]
James Collins Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland Luton Town* Preston North End 3–012 December 2020 [192]
Sergi Canós Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Brentford Cardiff City*2–326 December 2020 [193]
Ivan Toney Flag of England.svg  England Brentford* Wycombe Wanderers 7–230 January 2021 [194]
Teemu Pukki Flag of Finland.svg  Finland Norwich City* Huddersfield Town 7–06 April 2021 [195]
Adam Armstrong Flag of England.svg  England Blackburn Rovers* Huddersfield Town 5–224 April 2021 [196]
Harry Wilson Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Cardiff City Birmingham City*0–41 May 2021 [197]
Adam Armstrong Flag of England.svg  England Blackburn Rovers* Birmingham City 5–28 May 2021 [198]

Multiple hat-tricks

The following table lists players who have scored two or more hat-tricks.

RankPlayerHat-tricks
1 Flag of England.svg Dwight Gayle 5
2 Flag of England.svg Michael Chopra 4
Flag of England.svg Jamie Cureton
Flag of England.svg Andy Johnson
Flag of England.svg Rickie Lambert
Flag of Scotland.svg Ross McCormack
7 Flag of England.svg Adam Armstrong 3
Flag of England.svg Charlie Austin
Flag of Ireland.svg David Connolly
Flag of England.svg Darius Henderson
Flag of Scotland.svg Chris Iwelumo
Flag of England.svg Dave Kitson
Flag of England.svg Glenn Murray
Flag of England.svg Kevin Phillips
Flag of Scotland.svg Jordan Rhodes
Flag of England.svg Billy Sharp
Flag of England.svg James Vaughan
18 Flag of England.svg Che Adams 2
Flag of England.svg Dean Ashton
Flag of Algeria.svg Saïd Benrahma
Flag of Scotland.svg Craig Bryson
Flag of England.svg Leon Clarke
Flag of England.svg Troy Deeney
Flag of England.svg Clayton Donaldson
Flag of England.svg Kieran Dowell
Flag of Ireland.svg Kevin Doyle
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Robert Earnshaw
Flag of England.svg Nicky Forster
Flag of England.svg Matty Fryatt
Flag of Jamaica.svg Ricardo Fuller
Flag of Benin.svg Rudy Gestede
Flag of England.svg Marlon Harewood
Flag of Uruguay.svg Abel Hernández
Flag of England.svg Grant Holt
Flag of England.svg Gary Hooper
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Simeon Jackson
Flag of England.svg Adam Le Fondre
Flag of Poland.svg Radosław Majewski
Flag of England.svg David Nugent
Flag of England.svg Marcus Stewart
Flag of Portugal.svg Ricardo Vaz Tê
Flag of England.svg Peter Whittingham
Flag of New Zealand.svg Chris Wood

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