The PFA Team of the Year has been announced, and it makes pleasant reading for Chelsea fans, as six of their players have been included in the team.
However, it is not such positive news for their opponents today Arsenal, as only one of their squad – that has been on an eight-match winning run – has made the team. And it is even worse for Manchester City, as not one of Manuel Pellegrini’s men has made the team.
Here is the team in full, as reported on Sky Sports News’ Twitter account:
The Spaniard has had a tremendous season, and kept his side in plenty of games earlier in the campaign when Louis van Gaal was struggling to make an impact at Manchester United.
Ivanovic has been crucial to Chelsea both in defence, and at times, further up the field. The Serbian scored the goal that took the Blues to the Capital One Cup final.
The 34-year-old is still as reliable as he was when he guided Chelsea to their first Premier League title a decade ago. And it should be him that is lifting the trophy once again very soon.
Like his partner in the heart of the defence, Cahill has been solid this season, and will probably be rewarded with his first Premier League medal.