It is always a big game between Man Utd and Arsenal and there never has been too much of a gap between the clubs and that certainly applies to the respective current squads.
Both clubs are in a sense of flux at the moment, both seem to have similar issues, especially with their managers and certain high profile individuals and this feels like a good time to see what sort of combined eleven can be put together.
For the purposes of this exercise, I am assuming that all players are fit, I am also going with a standard 4-4-2 formation.
Tricky one this because on his day David de Gea is one of the best keepers in the world but his form has been poor over the last season but at the same time Bernd Leno has not been error-free either. Strictly on form it has to be Leno.
I am going to go with Aaron Wan-Bissaka over Hector Bellerin, it was a toss-up but Wan Bissaka looks the better defender while Belelrin looks the better attacking option, but it is defence that is my priority.
I have to go with Harry Maguire, he is better than most of our defenders and also a potent attacking force.
My second centre half is Rob Holding, he was in good form prior to his injury and he looked very good on his return to action against Nottingham Forest.
It has to be Kieran Tierney, United do not have a left-back that is anything like Tierney.
Going on a wing and a prayer with this one because Nicholas Pepe has yet to show his full potential but I am very confident that we will soon see him in full flow.
You cannot leave Paul Pogba out, he is just too good, he may be having mixed games recently but on his day is world-class.
Make no mistake that Dani Ceballos is a top-class midfielder, he has shown what he can do for both Spain and Arsenal this season and would be the creative spark in the team.
David James has been brilliant for United so far this season and is probably the in-form player from both teams right now.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cannot be left out, he is a goalscoring machine that United can only dream about.
The same applies to Alexandre Lacazette, United simply do not have a forward of his quality and he is the perfect partner for Auba.
So, that is seven Arsenal players and four Man Utd players which I feel is a fair distribution based on the current state of the respective squads.