CM: Aaron Ramsey (Wales)
Alongside Bale would be his countryman Aaron Ramsey following his solid displays for Arsenal in this year’s Premier League campaign. Vice-captain for country, Ramsey has already developed and nurtured the ability to command and instrument Wales’ midfield ranks at the tender age of 24. With 36 international caps to his name already, he has a huge international future ahead of him.
CM: Steven Davis (Northern Ireland)
Perhaps one of the Premier League’s most unsung heroes, despite certainly making his presence felt during Saturday’s rasping 3-1 win for Southampton at Premier League champions Chelsea. Only behind Aaron Hughes as Northern Ireland’s most experienced international, the central midfielder has an incredible work ethic in the centre of the park to breakdown the opponents build-up play.
LW: Raheem Sterling (England)
Britain’s most expensive teenager ever features in our Home Nations XI, despite finding the back of the net just once in the Premier League with leaders Manchester City so far this season. The 20-year-old starlet has now racked up over 100 league appearances and 17 international caps to his name, meaning Sterling will undoubtedly continue to flourish as one of England’s brightest young stars.
RW: Gareth Bale (Wales)
How could you possibly leave this man out? Wales’ saviour. Despite only just coming back from injury with La Liga giants Real Madrid, Bale is undoubtedly the Dragons’ most talented player with four goals in his last four Euro 2016 qualifiers. Only Bosnia Edin Dzeko has scored more in Group B (7).