The 2016/17 Premier League crusade has come down to a two-horse race between the London clubs, and it's nothing unexpected their players have been perceived in the prestigious end of the season top pick group.
Shields Gary Cahill and David Luiz and midfielders N'Golo Kante and Eden Hazard speak to the Blues on the group, while Tottenham's quartet are protectors Kyle Walker and Danny Rose, midfielder Dele Alli and striker Harry Kane.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton all have one player in the side, with goalkeeper David De Gea, Saido Mane and association beat scorer Romelu Lukaku speaking to their sides separately.
Chelsea's London rivals Arsenal don't have a solitary player on the group after a disappointing effort, in spite of their star forward Alexis Sanchez being selected for the PFA Player of the Year.
Likewise obvious in his nonattendance is marquee United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has had a stellar introduction season in the Premier League at 35 years old.
The goliath Swede has outperformed desires since joining the Red Devils in the late spring, scoring 17 alliance objectives and furthermore indenting victors in the Community Shield and Capital One Cup for Jose Mourinho's men.
At the end of the day, Manchester City magic striker Sergio Aguero passes up a major opportunity for the group, which will be formally uncovered at the honor function held at the Grosvenor House, London, on April 23.
The PFA Players' Player of the Year and PFA Young Player of the Year will likewise be uncovered at the occasion.
In the interim, fans are now having their thought on the group, and as usual, there's not really a meeting of conclusions…
#PFAawards | The PFA Premier League Team of the Year sponsored by @OfficialPanini pic.twitter.com/eQfXZ6h5Ll— PFA (@PFA) 20 April 2017
@PFA @SpursOfficial @OfficialPanini @premierleague So Luiz and Cahill better than Toby and Jan? What a joke!— stelios georgiou (@steliosuk1) 20 April 2017
@PFA @OfficialPanini @premierleague Looking for Arsenal and Man City players in the @PFA Premier League Team of the Year... #PFAawards pic.twitter.com/QvML8QOEJO— Sporting Index (@sportingindex) 20 April 2017
@PFA @OfficialPanini @premierleague The people responsible for this list are bunch of Jokers, Where is Sanchez/Heaton/Moses/Alonso all at?— Chris Nwaoyo (@thachrismafia) 20 April 2017