Frank Lampard, Virgil van Dijk and Thierry Henry - your Premier League 'unbeatables' XI

Frank Lampard, Thierry Henry and Virgil van Dijk
Frank Lampard, Thierry Henry and Virgil van Dijk all feature in BBC Sport readers' '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:

Unbeaten XI

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.

Pick your Premier League 'unbeatables' XI