Manchester United and Arsenal can be considered the two teams that put the Premier League on the map.
English football was hardly considered the pinnacle of the game in the mid 90's but Arsene Wenger and Alex Ferguson transformed things.
They were the rivals that built up the league, fighting it out for the title nearly every season until Chelsea's money put them on the map in 2003.
And so the two sides have also featured some of the most legendary players in Premier League history.
In fact, United's '99 Treble winners and Arsenal's '04 Invincibles are arguably the most notable teams we've seen in England over the last 30 years.
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And so there's no doubt that these two sides have the most legends between them, players who didn't just catch the eye but revolutionised English football.
Picking a combined XI isn't easy - both teams can claim incredible players in every position - but what a team you'll end up with.
Jamie Carragher gave it a go for Sky Sports and he's come up with something that's incredibly difficult to argue with.
Here's what he's gone for:
GK - Peter Schmeichel
RB - Denis Irwin
CB - Rio Ferdinand
CB - Tony Adams
LB - Ashley Cole
RM - Cristiano Ronaldo
CM - Patrick Vieira
CM - Roy Keane
LM - Ryan Giggs
CF - Dennis Bergkamp
CF - Thierry Henry
You can watch Carragher explain his decisions here:
So that's six United players, five from Arsenal, and one distinct lack of Gary Neville.
In fact, Carragher has picked a left-back in Irwin instead of Neville, arguing that he 'couldn't leave either Irwin or Cole out'.
What's also clear is that these two teams aren't exactly in the middle of their glory years.
Only one player is still active - Ronaldo - and he hasn't been at United for a decade now.
Regardless, this is about as good as you can get from any two teams in the Premier League era.
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