First half hat-tricks in the Premier League

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The following players have scored a Premier League hat-trick in the first half of games:

1. Andrew Cole for Newcastle United vs Liverpool (21 November 1993)
2. Robbie Fowler Fowler for Liverpool vs Arsenal (28 August 1994)
3. Tommy Johnson for Aston Villa vs Wimbledon (11 February 1995)
4. Tony Yeboah for Leeds United vs Ipswich Town (5 April 1995)
5. Ian Marshall for Leicester City vs Derby County (22 February 1997)
6. Chris Sutton for Blackburn Rovers vs Aston Villa (13 August 1997)
7. Andrew Cole for Manchester United vs Barnsley (25 October 1997)
8. Andy Booth for Sheffield Wednesday vs Bolton Wanderers (8 November 1997)
9. Michael Owen for Liverpool vs Newcastle United (30 August 1998)
10. Nicolas Anelka for Arsenal vs Leicester City (20 February 1999)
11. Alan Shearer for Newcastle United vs Sheffield Wednesday (19 September 1999)
12. Dean Windass for Bradford City vs Derby County (21 April 2000)
13. Michael Owen for Liverpool vs Aston Villa (6 September 2000)
14. Dwight Yorke for Manchester United vs Arsenal (25 February 2001)
15. Sylvain Wiltord for Arsenal vs West Ham United (3 March 2001)
16. Fredi Bobic for Bolton Wanderers vs Ipswich Town (2 April 2002)
17. Jermaine Pennant for Arsenal vs Southampton (7 May 2003)
18. Yakubu for Portsmouth vs Middlesbrough (15 May 2004)
19. Carlos Tevez vs Manchester City vs West Bromwich Albion (5 February 2011)
20. Robin van Persie for Manchester United vs Aston Villa (22 April 2013)
21. Luis Suarez for Liverpool vs Norwich City (4 December 2013)
22. Sadio Mane for Southampton vs Aston Villa (16 May 2015)
23. Theo Walcott for Arsenal vs West Bromwich Albion (24 May 2015)
24. Raheem Sterling for Manchester City vs Bournemouth (17 October 2015)
25. Harry Kane for Tottenham Hotspur vs Stoke City (26 February 2017)

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