Jamie Carragher's Premier League XI from the season so far


Just seven games into the new Premier League season, it's pretty evident that Arsenal will once again be embroiled in a pretty fierce four-way battle for the final two Champions League qualification spots.

Only one Manchester United star has made the line-up while the defence is split between Chelsea and Tottenham.

As for the goalkeepers, David de Gea, Ederson and Hugo Lloris have all impressed.

And here is what the Liverpool legend came up with - and he gave his explanation on each selection.

Whilst Spurs were known as being flimsy defensively and leaked too many goals, but that has all changed under Mauricio Pochettino, as Spurs have become arguably the Premier League's top defence.

Left-back: Marcos Alonso (Chelsea)'I think he has been outstanding in the 12 months he has been here.

"Alongside him his mate wasn't far behind him, Vertonghen".

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Jamie Carragher has named four Chelsea stars in his Premier League team of the season so far.

Carragher, now football pundit for Sky Sports, also picked N'Golo Kante in central midfield to partner Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne and Liverpool's Philipe Coutinho.

"The standout player at the start of this season".

"I think he has been the outstanding player in the Premier League over the past three or four years so he has to play on that left-hand side".

Up top, the Champions League victor has selected Sadio Mane and Eden Hazard on the wings, while Harry Kane takes up the centre-forward role.

Right winger: Sadio Mane (Liverpool)'Last season without him Liverpool fell apart at times.

Centre-forward: Harry Kane (Tottenham)'We are three or four years in now and I think we will be saying the same in 10 years about him being the main striker in the Premier League'.