The second-leg of the huge Champions League last 16 tie gets underway on Wednesday night.
Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are both serious contenders for the Champions League title, and their fate will be decided in the second-leg on Wednesday night, after the first-leg finished 1-1.
With the financial prowess of the Premier League leaders and the Ligue 1 champions there is supreme talent offered by the two sides, yet there’s one club that dominates our combined XI.
Take a look at who we picked…
GK – Thibaut Courtois
At 22-years-old the Belgium stopper has all the credentials to become a world best in the position – making it a no brainer to hand Courtois the no.1 spot.
RB – Branislav Ivanovic
One of the Blues’ most consistent players, who bombs up and down the pitch. The Serb also has a habit of popping up to net crucial goals, including the away goal at the Parc des Princes in the first-leg.
RCB – Thiago Silva
The Brazilian’s leadership and experience is priceless to both club and country, wearing his heart on his sleeve whenever he steps out onto the pitch.
LCB – John Terry
At 34-years-old many could be forgiven for believing the Blues skipper is on his last legs – but the Chelsea legend remains one of the world’s best centre-halves. Unbelievably – stats showed that the former England captain is even improving with age.
LB – Cesar Azpilicueta
The Spaniard dismissed worries that the club would struggle to fill the void left by former Blues left-back Ashley Cole, with the 25-year-old becoming one of Mourinho’s most trusted players, much to the frustration of position-contender Filipe Luis.