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Raheem Sterling and Tammy Abraham link-up with Premier League in No Room For Racism video featuring stars from all 20 top-flight teams as crackdown continues following abuse of England's players in Bulgaria The Premier League has launched a new No Room For Racism campaign  A video featuring stars from every top-flight club took a stand against abuse The campaign urges fans:  'If you see it, report it' and will appear at matches The launch comes after the shocking abuse of England players in Bulgaria 

By Toby Miles For Mailonline

Published: 16:01 BST, 18 October 2019 | Updated: 16:18 BST, 18 October 2019

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The Premier League has teamed up with stars from all 20 top-flight sides - including Raheem Sterling, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Tammy Abraham - to make a stand against racism. 

'If you see it, report it' is the message to match-going fans, accompanying the launch of the No Room For Racism campaign.  

The video is the latest reaction to the shocking scenes during England's 6-0 thrashing of Bulgaria - when play had to be stopped twice because of racism directed at England players. 

Tammy Abraham featured in the Premier League's No Room For Racism Video, featuring stars from all 20 top-flight teams

The campaign - also featuring Arsenal's Joe Willock - will be shown at Premier League grounds from this weekend

Tammy Abraham and Joe Willock say 'No Room For Racism' in new Premier League's new video

The launch urges: 'if you see it, report it', and follows shocking scenes in England 6-0 Bulgaria

The launch urges: 'if you see it, report it', and follows shocking scenes in England 6-0

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