Tottenham and Arsenal have had a bitter rivalry for many years now, so it is hard to imagine any sort of combine XI between the clubs, but here goes:
In goal we have Hugo Lloris, despite his recent mishaps, I believe Hugo is still at a level above the ageing Petr Cech, and is more experienced than Leno.
At right back we have Kieran Trippier, who on his day is just a better all-round full back than the pacey Aurier or Bellerin.
Our centre backs pick themselves, with the duo of Jan and Toby being one of the best in world football, for Spurs and Belgium alike.
At left back I have gone with Mr Consistent, Ben Davies, who again just feels like a better all-rounder than Danny Rose or Monreal.
My fist Arsenal inclusion is new boy Lucas Torreira in midfield. The new signing has been a dominant force in the centre of the park this season, and is more than capable of holding it down on his own.
In front of him we see Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli, who walk into the side above the likes of Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil.
Harry Kane and Lucas Moura have been a real feature of Tottenham’s attacking play this season, but it is equally impossible to ignore the potent goal scoring threat that is Aubameyang.
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