Sky Sports pundits Roy Keane and Jamie Carragher put their heads together to concoct a combined XI involving Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side of today and Sir Alex Ferguson's 1998/99 treble winning team.

While the duo agreed fairly amicably over the composition of the defence and midfield, neither of them was willing to back down over their striking choices.

The duo agreed over Peter Schemeichel in goal, Trent Alexander Arnold and Dennis Irwin at the full back positions and a centre back pairing of Virgil van Dijk and Japp Stam.

Carragher then opted for a 3-man midfield all comprising of ​Manchester United players - which his co-pundit was only too delighted to go along with - featuring David Beckham, Roy Keane and Paul Scholes.

However, it was in attack that the two varied in their selections. Carragher went for a front three of Mohamed Salah, Dwight Yorke and Sadio Mane while Keane was insistent that Ryan Giggs made the cut.

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The former ​Liverpool man pointed to Salah and Mane's goal numbers to make a case for their inclusions while Keane maintained that he had to show 'loyalty' towards his former teammates.

Which players would you include in your combined XI between these two generational teams?

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