Tottenham Hotspur take on Chelsea this weekend in the latest London derby between the two sides which will see Jose Mourinho returning to his old stomping ground.
However, what would a dream team look like if the two enemies came together as one? We wanted to take a look at a potential Spurs-Chelsea combined XI.
With his recent troubles, Kepa is edged out by the veteran Hugo Lloris between the sticks.
Will full-backs not being the strongest part of either team, we have done away with them and gone for a back three of Cesar Azpilicueta, Davinson Sanchez, and up-and-coming Japhet Tanganga.
Kane acts as the deep-lying midfield shield to the back three, with Ndombele and Jorginho a little further forward to pull the strings.
Heung-min Son and Giovani Lo Celso occupy left and right midfield, with Kane dropping back into a number 10 role and Tammy Abraham leading the line in attack.
What do you think? What changes would you make?