With the race for the top four hotting up, Manchester United and Arsenal face off on Sunday afternoon, in what is likely to be a crucial game.
Manchester United have been hit with a huge injury crisis with 10 first team players missing the midweek win over Paris Saint-Germain.
Alexis Sanchez and Jesse Lingard, who both scored for the Red Devils in the FA Cup last time the teams played will be unavailable.
They are also likely to be without two of their first choice centre midfielders too in Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera as they recover from there respective injuries.
Arsenal themselves have been hit with a few injuries recently. First choice right-back Hector Bellerin still remains on the sidelines, meaning Carl Jenkinson has been drafted into the first-team picture at Arsenal, with Stephen Lichsteiner injured as well.
Despite the high number of injuries, we have still been able to choose a world-class combined XI:
GK - David de Gea
The man who needs no introduction, the best goalkeeper in the world is the first man in our XI. With seven clean sheets to his name this season and a world-class performance against the Gunners last season, there is no man who will be taking this spot but him.
RB - Ashley Young
The Premier League veteran slots into our right-back position. The Manchester United captain bleeds his heart out for the club in every game and he won’t stop running until the ball is won.
CB - Sokratis
The Greek international was a brick wall against Spurs last weekend. Every tackle he made he amped up the fans. His passion for the team was hall of fame worthy, therefore he gets in our XI.
CB - Victor Lindelof
Despite the high amount of injuries that United have encountered, this man always seems to find himself starting. His form has improved drastically under Solskjaer and Lindelof is a player to look out for in years to come.
LB - Luke Shaw
Luke Shaw has managed to finally find the key performances like the ones that led him to Old Trafford.
CM - Aaron Ramsey
The only goal scorer for the Gunners last weekend is our first midfielder. The Juventus-bound Welshman is able to spark chances running from the midfield position which has won him his move to Italy. With his last games in an Arsenal shirt approaching, be aware of his presence in this game.
CM - Lucas Torreira
The tricky Uruguayan breaks up any promising chances coming his way. His defensive positioning makes him a definite for this team.
CM - Paul Pogba
The World Cup winner is our final midfielder. He has the ability to grab games by the scruff of the neck and create chances. His relationship with former manager Jose Mourinho was well documented and you would think his recent outstanding performances justify for the quality he has.
RW - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
The man who had the chance to win the North London Derby for the Gunners comes in on the right. After his penalty miss, the Gabonese international is sure to be motivated more than ever against United this weekend.
ST - Romelu Lukaku
The inform Belgian is our sole striker in this XI. After hitting six goals in his past three games, Romelu Lukaku is no man to be messed around with.
LW - Marcus Rashford
The young England international comes in on the left in this team. His blistering pace leaves many players miles behind. After finding some form under new manager Solskjaer, expect to see a great performance from him once more. He’s likely to still be on cloud nine after his late goal in Paris.