Leicester City kick off their Premier League campaign against Wolves on Sunday.
The Foxes host Wolves at The King Power, after ending pre-season without a defeat under Brendan Rodgers.
Ayoze Perez and Dennis Praet could be in line for debuts, after signing on permanent deals from Newcastle and Sampdoria this summer.
Youri Tielemans has also joined the club on a long-term contract, after spending the second half of last season on loan from Ligue 1 side Monaco.
Wolves enjoyed a marvelous first season back in the Premier League in the 2018/19 campaign as they finished 7th in the table and secured Europa League football this year.
However, Leicester will be hoping that their summer arrivals can help them challenge for a top-seven finish – with this clash against Wolves providing a good early test for Rodgers’ side.
But, what would a combined Wolves and Leicester XI look like? Here is our take on it…
A tough call between the sticks. Kasper Schmeichel and Patricio are both excellent goalkeepers, but the Wolves man gets the nod here.
Another very tight decision for this one. Ricardo Pereira was superb for Leicester last season, but Doherty just edges the Portuguese man out.
The Northern Ireland defender impressed for Leicester last season and we’ve got him in this XI over Willy Boly.
The Wolves captain enjoyed a fantastic first season in the Premier League and gets in at centre-back alongside Evans in this side.
The England international was one of the best left-backs in the Premier League last season. He gets in the XI over Jonny.
The first man in our midfield three is Ruben Neves. The talented Portuguese international caught the eye with his performances for Wolves last season, and in the Championship the year before.
Speaking of talented midfielders, Maddison is the second of the three midfielders. No Premier League player created more chances than Maddison last season.
Tielemans has signed for Leicester on a permanent deal after spending the second half of last season on loan at the King Power. He completes our midfield three.
Just in behind the two strikers, we have gone with Jota. The Wolves forward hit double figures for goals last season and is always capable of producing a bit of magic.
There were no doubts about this decision. Vardy has been one of the most consistent Premier League goalscorers in recent seasons.
Along with Vardy, Jimenez leads the line in this combined XI. The Mexican international scored 13 Premier League goals for Wolves last season.