It’s probably fair to say that there were few surprises at the PFA Awards on Sunday night in terms of the big prizes, with Eden Hazard and Harry Kane taking the top gongs.
However, the selections that got the nod for the Premier League’s combined team of the season will have fans all over the country nattering over who should and who shouldn’t have been included.
You can see the full XI here, but we want your opinion on who is missing.
That’s why today’s poll we are asking our readers to select the player who most deserved to get into the squad, that didn’t.
Here’s our shortlist…
Subject to a Ladbrokes price boost at the weekend, the Argentine continued his knack of getting Manchester City off the mark.
His 11th opening goal of the season took his total tally up to 21 in the Premier League for the campaign, as he took outright lead at the head of the scoring charts.
With 17 Premier League strikes to his name, Charlie Austin continued his unlucky streak of missing out on these call-ups following his England ommitance.
There is a fair argument that says his return has been even more impressive the likes of Aguero and Diego Costa as his record has come for a QPR team struggling at the foot of the table.
No team has conceded fewer goals than Southampton this season, and despite being part of that solid back-line it’s Clyne’s ability to trouble opposition defences himself that sees him stand out.
Two goals and countless dangerous crosses from out wide have seen Clyne lauded as a perfect balance between defence and attack that is so often lop-sided in full-backs.
A whopping six Chelsea players featured in the XI, so it was a surprise to see that Fabregas wasn’t one of them.
The Spaniard has set up more goals (16) than any other Premier League player this season, six clear of his nearest pursuer in that particular league table.
Another Saints defender that could perhaps feel hard done by is their Portuguese skipper.
Fonte has made more tackles and interceptions that any other top flight centre-back in 2014-15, and further increased his plaudits by limiting Harry Kane to just one shot in their recent meeting at St Mary’s.
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