It is an unusual question, but when it comes to British football, there is no competition to be had.
You may think you are seeing the best of England’s football team, but there is also plenty of talent on display in the rest of the country.
The top six teams in the Football League table currently boast a combined score of 2,096 points and will meet in the final round of the FA Cup on Wednesday night.
Here is how they stack up: 1.
Middlesbrough (6) Middlesbrit have won all six of their league games and are currently seventh in the table.
Hull City (7) Hull have won three of their last four league games, while West Bromwich Albion are top of the table with five.
Liverpool (9) They are fifth in the league, but have yet to win a league game this season.
Aston Villa (10) They have won five of their past six league games but have only just clawed back to the top of their division.
Leicester City (11) The Foxes have won seven of their nine games and they are unbeaten in their last seven.
West Brom (12) West Brom have won nine of their 12 league games in all competitions and are top in the Premier League table.
Sunderland (13) They’ve been top of League One, but are bottom of the Premier league table.
Stoke City (14) They currently sit ninth in the top flight and have a whopping 2,895 points to their name.
Swansea City (15) Swansea have won four of their five league games so far this season and sit in eighth in the Championship table.
Aston City (16) The Swans are sixth in the division table, but their form has been spotty at best.
Southampton (17) They sit sixth in League One but are unbeaten at home this season, while the Cherries sit in ninth.
Swansea (18) The Toffees are fifth, but they have been disappointing at the Britannia Stadium.
Hull (19) Hull are fourth in the Barclays Premier League, but were knocked out of the Capital One Cup by Chelsea.
Stoke (20) They haven’t lost a game since November, but Stoke are bottom in the title race.
West Ham United (21) The Hammers sit bottom of their domestic league table, while United are top with two wins in a row.
Manchester City (22) The Blues sit fifth in their league table with three wins in five games, but sit just one point off safety.
Liverpool (£1.7 billion) Manchester City have been relegated and are bottom with just one win in their previous four games.
18. Arsenal (£1 billion) Arsenal are fourth with just two points from their past five games.
West Derby (23) West Derby have not won a game in their past eight league games.
Everton (24) Everton are ninth in their division table with just three wins and just one draw.
Aston (25) Aston Villa are top at the moment, but it is just two wins from their last three games.
22. Watford (£1 million) Watford have lost six of eight, but will be bottom in their title race if they fail to beat Championship side Barnsley on Wednesday.
Sunderland (£1million) Sunderland are third with just five points from four games and will be hoping to avoid relegation.
Liverpool £1 million Liverpool have lost five of eight.
Chelsea £1.5 million Chelsea have lost seven of nine, but still sit third in the cup.
26. Everton (£1m) Everton have lost all seven of theirs.
Southampton (£1billion) Southampton are bottom, with just four points from seven games, so they are not in danger of going down.
Arsenal £1m Arsenal have lost their last five league matches and are fifth with just six points.
Aston £1million Aston Villa have lost four of seven and are sitting bottom in both the Premier and Championship.
Stoke (£1bn) Stoke sit eighth in their Premier League with five wins and three draws.
Crystal Palace £1bn Crystal Palace are top on the table, with seven points from nine games.
Everton £2m Everton have won two games in a month and are fourth, but remain bottom in terms of points.
Stoke £2million Stoke are top but have conceded a record 10 goals in a single league game.
Crystal £2.5m Crystal Palace sit bottom in English football with five defeats in a league match.
Southampton £3m Southampton are in fifth place, but could be relegated if they go down.
Aston QPR £3.5million Aston QPS are in sixth place, just two games off the top.
Swansea £3million Swansea have lost eight