Tottenham Hotspur and Man City boast two of the most naturally talented line-ups in the Premier League, so a combined XI was always going to be tough to pick.
However, we’ve had a go anyway…
Hugo Lloris edges in above Ederson purely for his incredible form so far this season for Spurs and France. In short, the 33-year-old is criminally underrated under Mourinho.
Sergio Reguilon and Kyle Walker provide two fullback options with limitless pace and direct attack, while Laporte and Tanganga offer enough pace and strength to cover at the back.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is on hand to mop up any trouble in midfield, while Kevin De Bruyne lurks alongside him to create from deep.
Harry Kane drops back into that number 10 role to make room for others at the top end of the pitch, giving him Heung-min Son, Raheem Sterling, and Sergio Aguero to aim for when he gets his head up.
What changes would you make?
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