3. Manchester United
Last Premier League XI: De Gea Evra, Ferdinand, Smalling, Vidic, Carrick, Young, Valencia, Fellaini, Welbeck, Rooney
Second string XI: Lindergaard, Fabio, Jones, Evans, Buttner, Nani, Cleverley, Giggs, Januzaj, Kagawa, Hernandez
Manchester United have a host of international stars in their second XI. They would have a defensive partnership of Phil Jones and Jonny Evans and in years to come there's no doubt these two could be at the heart of the Red Devils' defence.
The front six is filled with talent. With Nani and Januzaj on the wings, United would have fantastically talented players that could cause problems to all types of defences.
Giggs in central-midfield would add great experience alongside England international Tom Cleverley. And, with Shinji Kagawa playing behind Javier Hernnandez, United would certainly score plenty of goals.
Extremely talented Wilfried Zaha can't even make the second XI - that's the quality United have at their disposal.
Robin van Persie and Rafael have been left out as would usually be a regular starters.