Such has been the unpredictable nature of the league, the duo found it hard to agree on a joint team, with them opting for different players on four separate occasions.
That started in goal, with Carragher picking Manchester United’s David De Gea, and Henry electing for Jack Butland of Stoke City.
They did agree in defence though, with Arsenal duo Hector Bellerin and Nacho Monreal in the full back positions and Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld at centre back.
Henry though, decided to partner the Belgian international with Laurent Koscielny, while Carragher chose Chris Smalling as his defensive compatriot.
In midfield, the duo both picked Leicester City midfielder N’Golo Kante, with Carragher choosing Everton’s Ross Barkley and Henry going with Arsenal’s Santi Cazorla to play alongside him.
They both agreed on two of the three attacking midfield positions, choosing Mesut Ozil for the number ten role and Riyad Mahrez on the right wing.
It was however a toss up between West Ham’s Dimitri Payet and Alexis Sanchez on the left wing, with Carragher going for the former and Henry again siding with the Arsenal man.
Up front there was however no debate, with the pair picking Jamie Vardy as their leading man, with him currently topping the Premier League scoring charts.