A combination of the best player in the Premier League, this 11 is a combination of Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool.
Goalkeeper: Petr Cech – Chelsea – Czech Republic
Pipping Joe Hart to the post, Cech has been one of the most reliable players in the Premier League over the last five years.
Right-back: Pablo Zabaleta – Manchester City – Argentina
Manchester City’s player of the season last year, Zabaleta is dangerous going forward, and comfortable at the back.
Centre-back: Vincent Kompany – Manchester City – Belgium
Possibly the best centre-back in the world, Kompany is a must in this team.
Centre-back: Branislav Ivanovic – Chelsea – Serbia
Starting his career as a right-back, but in the last few seasons has made the move to centre-back, and has flourished there.
Left-back: Ashley Cole – Chelsea - England
Solid at the back, Cole has been a fan favourite at Stamford Bridge ever since making the move to Arsenal.
Holding-midfield: Michael Carrick – Manchester United – England
A fantastic passer, Carrick was the Players' Player of the year last season, after a wonderful campaign with United.
Holding-midfield: Yaya Toure – Manchester City – Ivory Coast
Known for his driving runs from midfield, Toure didn’t have his best season last year, but could flourish next to Fernandinho.
Right wing: Juan Mata – Chelsea – Spain
Not his first position, but I believe he could be fantastic out on the wing, but not as a traditional winger, but one that cuts inside and links up with the midfield.
Attacking-midfield: Santi Cazorla – Arsenal – Spain
Another top-class Spanish export, Cazorla is a key part of the Arsenal 11; Cazorla is a game changing player.
Left wing: Luis Suarez – Liverpool – Uruguay
With fantastic dribbling, great link-up play and always a goal threat, Suarez is possibly the best player in the Premier League.
Striker: Robin van Persie – Manchester United – Holland
The very definition of a sharp shooting striker, Van Persie is one of the best strikers in the world.
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