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Peter Crouch has followed on from Danny Simpson sharing his PFA Team of the Year vote by sharing his selections.
The Stoke City striker has opted to pick 28-goal hero Mo Salah over Kevin De Bruyne when it comes to the Player of the Year award - "What Salah has done over the last three months will be fresh in everyone's mind," being his explanation as to why he thinks the Egyptian will emerge victorious, in his column for the Daily Mail.
Then his team, which is in a 4-4-2 formation, he's gone for the popular choice of David De Gea in goal, with Kyle Walker, Nicolas Otamendi, Harry Maguire and Ashley Young across the back four - even going as far as saying the latter is the best left-back in the country.
Midfield sees Salah on the right, while the deadly duo of likely title winners David Silva and Kevin De Bruyne play centrally.
Eden Hazard gets the nod ahead of Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling for the final winger role, despite the pair having 23 goals and 18 assists between them in the league this term.
Like Simpson, Sane is Crouch's pick for the Young Player of the Season yet he doesn't make this team.
Though there is a spot for his colleague Sergio Aguero, still yet to make the Team of the Season, as the Argentine partners Harry Kane, scorer of 24 goals, in attack.
It's a pretty solid team but of course it's bound to cause huge debate.
As for Simpson, his Man City-heavy team comprised of David De Gea in goal, behind a back four of Kyle Walker, Nicolas Otamendi, James Tarkowski and Ben Davies.
The rest of the team comprises of Salah and a further five of City's runaway league leaders, with Sane, David Silva, Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero all in the mix - the latter getting in ahead of Harry Kane.