It’s time for another utterly pointless combined XI. Do you agree with our choices?
N.B. These choices are based on form this season and not ‘potential’, ‘ability’, ‘good looks’ or any other spurious category.
Hugo Lloris (Tottenham)
The Frenchman had to work hard to overhaul 87-year-old Brad Friedel as Spurs’ number one but has quickly established himself as one of the most talented stoppers in the Premier League. His speed off his line – illustrated by a fine sprawling block to deny West Ham’s Matt Taylor on Monday – is a major asset for boss AVB, who prefers his defenders to play a high line.