Who makes your ultimate XI from the four teams who have won the Premier League more than once?
Your selections were made for each club – Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Man City – throughout the week and you had the unenviable job of selecting one combined XI from the selections in each winning team.
The results are in and all four clubs are represented in your final pick, which is shown above.
The most-picked player was Thierry Henry, being named in 74% of teams, while Peter Schmeichel also walked into the team with 73%.
The player who just missed out was Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira, who was just edged out by Kevin de Bruyne, while Frank Lampard and Vincent Kompany also just missed out.
Below, we run through who you picked for each team’s winning XI – and who you didn’t. You can still select your ultimate XI, although the selections will no longer count towards our final result.
We only included players who have played at least 10 times in one title-winning campaign, and you can only pick players in the position they were selected in their original team.
Henry strolls it, but Overmars misses out
There were no huge surprises in your Arsenal XI, although you can’t help feeling a little sorry for the likes of Emmanuel Petit, Marc Overmars and Nicolas Anelka missing out on selection.
The most-picked Arsenal player was Thierry Henry, selected in 98% of teams, although Dennis Bergkamp (97%), Patrick Vieira (97%), Tony Adams (92%), David Seaman (87%) and Ashley Cole (85%) also walked into the final Gunners team.
Dutchman Overmars was the next most-picked player from those who didn’t make it, being named in 36% of selections, while Lauren (32%) was pipped at right back by Lee Dixon (48%) in the most closely-contested position.
No Cantona? Rooney edges him out
How does a Manchester United team of Premier League winners not include Eric Cantona, we hear you ask? Well, according to your selections, which strongly went for a 4-3-3 formation, he just misses out.
Cantona was named in 58% of teams but was just pipped as the third forward by Wayne Rooney (60%).
The selections elsewhere were far more clear cut, with Ryan Giggs getting picked more than any other United player, being named in 90% of teams.
Cristiano Ronaldo (86%), Roy Keane (86%), Paul Scholes (85%), Peter Schmeichel (84%), Gary Neville (83%) and Rio Ferdinand (82%) also strolled into your United XI.
Cech, Drogba, Lampard and Terry stroll it for Chelsea
There was not a lot to argue about in the Chelsea XI selection, with goalkeeper Petr Cech the most-selected player, being picked in 98% of teams, and John Terry (97%), Didier Drogba (97%) and Frank Lampard (97%) also in almost every team.
The most hotly-contested positions were right-back, with Branislav Ivanovic (57%) edging out Cesar Azpilicueta (41%), and the final midfield slot, with Claude Makelele’s 48% of selections just seeing off Michael Essien’s 36%.
The only forward player who really got near to ousting one of Eden Hazard, Drogba or Arjen Robben was Diego Costa, who got selected in 20% of teams.
Aguero, Tevez and Sterling in a three-pronged attack?
Sergio Aguero, perhaps unsurprisingly, was Manchester City’s most-selected player, being picked in 99% of team selections.
Vincent Kompany (98%) and Aymeric Laporte (79%) absolutely strolled it as the centre-back pairing, while Kevin de Bruyne was also almost a unanimous pick at 95% in midfield.
The toughest choice appeared to be at left-back, where Aleksandar Kolarov came out on top with just 30% of selections.