Twelve minutes on the clock, 110 names to guess - that's 10 years of teams.
Remember to tweet your scores @FourFourTwo (opens in new tab) - after you're done, challenge your pals to see how their brains size up against yours...
The PFA Team of the Year is a scientific and wholly accurate assessment of the best XI players in a given Premier League season. Which is why, erm, Xabi Alonso, Claude Makelele, Michael Essien, Robbie Fowler (opens in new tab) and more never made it. Right you are.
Still, over the last decade, these are the players who've been voted the best in the league by their fellow professionals – who totally didn’t leave it to the “dressing room James Milner” to fill in the form for everyone while they Snapchatted themselves playing FIFA or bantzing the trainees etc.
At first glance, 110 names might seem intimidating - but fear not. Many are multiple entries. Elsewhere there are a few trickier brainteasers, including a Newcastle defender and an alarming number of Aston Villa players.
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