Frank Lampard, Virgil van Dijk and Thierry Henry - your Premier League 'unbeatables' XI
Liverpool joined an elite club of three when they beat Sheffield United to extend their unbeaten run to a year.
Their run of 37 Premier League games without defeat is the third-longest of any top-flight club, behind Chelsea - who went 40 games unbeaten between October 2004 and November 2005 - and Arsenal's 'Invincibles', who celebrated a 49-game run of success in going through the entire 2003-04 league season undefeated.
We combined the three teams and asked you to pick your unbeaten XI, and here it is:
Arsenal's legendary forward Thierry Henry was the player to be selected most out of anyone, featuring in 91% of teams, while Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk was the second-most selected player, the Dutch international being included in 87% of people's 'unbeatables' XIs.
Former Gunners captain Patrick Viera was the most picked midfielder - and the third most selected player overall. He featured in 82% of the submissions.
Dennis Bergkamp is widely regarded as one of Arsenal's best-ever players but just missed out on featuring in your 'unbeatables' XI. He was included in 42% of teams.
Which players make it into your team? Use our selector below to pick your unbeaten XI.