Which players make the combined squad?
This evening, we are treated to one of the biggest games of the season, as Manchester City host their neighbours, Manchester United.
The sides are both contention for a top 4 finish this season, and qualification for Champions League football. However, there are more than just 3 points at stake, and United will be out for revenge after being beaten 2-1 by City at Old Trafford in September. You can click here to read our preview for the game, including predictions, team news, match odds and free streams to watch the game.
Both squads have fantastic players, but if we were to combine these two squads and have one team, which players would make it in? Well, after much deliberation, we have put together a team of players that are good enough to make it. Remember, the players must be fit to play tonight in order to make it into this team, so yes, that does mean Zlatan Ibrahimovic is excluded. The formation for this team is a classic 4-4-2.
GK) David De Gea – Manchester City
De Gea, as we all know, is world-class for Man United, and has just made the PFA Team of the Year, so easily makes it into this team ahead of Claudio Bravo, who has been a huge flop for Manchester City this season, and Willy Caballero. Sergio Romero is United’s no.2 but lacks the quality of De Gea, however could be used more often next season if Real Madrid get their way and sign De Gea.