Bitter rivals Argentina and Brazil clash this evening in the latest edition of the Superclasico de las Americas.

One of the most fiercely competitive contests in the world, superstars galore will be on show in San Juan with both World Cup qualifying points and pride on the line.

But which players would make it into a combined XI? We have put our preferred side together — read on to see who made the cut.

Goalkeeper: Ederson (Brazil)

Arguably the toughest choice of the lot, Manchester City stopper Ederson narrowly edges out compatriot Alisson and opposite number Emiliano Martinez in the race to be our No1.

The trio are among the finest in the world in their position and all star for their respective Premier League sides.

But it is the phenomenal distribution of the 28-year-old Ederson that just sees him come out on top. 

Right-back: Danilo (Brazil)

A straightforward choice at right-back, where the experience of Juventus star Danilo makes him first choice over his Argentinian counterpart Nahuel Molina.

Though Udinese youngster Molina looks destined for big things down the line, 30-year-old Danilo boasts a wealth of experience in top-level European football and has started 19 of his nation’s last 21 fixtures.