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Do you agree that this is the best team of players in the Premier League?

The Professional Football Association - that's players, former players and coaches - have picked their best XI. But there's no Zlatan and no Sanchez. So what do you think - would it win the Premier League?
GOALKEEPER: DAVID DE GEA. He's the only Manchester United player in the list and everyone knows he's been their best player for the last few years (sorry Zlatan). It took him a while to adjust to the Premier League, but now he's seen as one of the hardest keepers to beat in Europe. But can United "keep" him away from Real Madrid for much longer?
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LEFT BACK: DANNY ROSE. One of four of Tottenham Hotspur's players on the list. He's made his reputation as one of the best attacking fullbacks in English football. Good at setting up goals, he's even scored two this season. Did you know his younger brother, Mitch, is also a footballer? He plays for Newport County.
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DEFENDER: GARY CAHILL. Vice-Captain for England and Chelsea, he's replaced John Terry as the rock at the back for club and country. This is the third time he's made this list after starring in 2013-2014 and 2014-2015. Did you know he's one of the few English players to have won the Premier League, Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup?
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DEFENDER: DAVID LUIZ. The man with the Premier League's craziest hair can also be one of its craziest players. But he's had a super-steady season with Chelsea. Usually famous for charging forward, this year he's only scored one goal so he's been focused on his defensive duties.
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RIGHT BACK: KYLE WALKER. Spurs player number two, Mr Reliable for Spurs and England has been in this team before in 2011-2012 when he also won the Young Player of the Year Award.
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MIDFIELD: EDEN HAZARD. The best player in the League? He's definitely one of them. After losing form last season, he's back to his creative best this year and is the main man behind Chelsea's title challenge with 14 goals to his name. He's also the most fouled player this season, which tells you something.
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MIDFIELD: N'GOLO KANTE. The midfield terrier has settled in perfectly at Chelsea, and if you want to know how important he is, just look what happened to his old team Leicester City since he's left. Often described as doing the work of two players, is it his effort that lets club mate Eden Hazard shine?
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MIDFIELD: DELE ALLI. Tottenham's midfield maestro brings hard work, passing and goals to the Spurs and England teams. He's scored 16 league goals for Tottenham so far this season. Did you know he supported Liverpool when he was growing up and his hero was Steven Gerrard?
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MIDFIELD: SADIO MANE. Sadly for Sadio, this honour comes as he's pretty much ruled out for the season after getting injured against Everton. The Liverpool forward's speed and eye for goal have made him a key part of Liverpool's attack this season. Did you know Mane holds the record for the fastest hat-trick in Premier League history? He scored three goals against Aston Villa in only 176 seconds.
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FORWARD HARRY KANE. The fourth Spurs player in the team of the year, Harry Kane has scored 20 goals this season so far which has taken him past the magic marker of 100 career goals. Also this season, he scored three hat-tricks in just 9 games. Wow!
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FORWARD: ROMELU LUKAKU. The giant Belgian has become one of the most dangerous forwards in the Premier League and is the top scorer in the League right now. Can Everton hold on to him or should they be expecting a big bid for him this summer? Did you know that in addition to his native French and Dutch, Lukaku can speak fluent English, Portuguese, Spanish, and a Congolese Swahili dialect, and can also understand German!
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PFA Premier League team of the year 2017. What do you think? Does this side have what it takes to win the Premier League?
PFA Premier League team of the year