Manchester City and Manchester United are level at the top of the table after seven games, but Carragher selects only one player from each side.
The former Liverpool defender picked Chelsea's full-backs, Marcos Alonso and Cesar Azpilicueta to provide attacking options from the back, accompanied by Spurs defensive pair Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld in the middle.
Elsewhere, Manchester City will be looking to keep their fine run going as they host Stoke while Crystal Palace go in search of their first goal, never mind point, of the season when they host Chelsea.
The arrival of Antonio Rudiger has allowed Conte to use Azpilicueta as a wing-back this term but the Spanish star has still excelled when in a centre-half role.
Jamie Carragher has named his Premier League XI of the 2017/18 season so far.
The Premier League champions have four players in Carragher's side, Spurs have three, his former team Liverpool have two players, while there is one player each from the two Manchester clubs.
Chelsea lost 1-0 to title rivals Manchester City in their last Premier League game before the worldwide break.
In midfield, N'Golo Kante, last season's player of the year, gets the nod beside Kevin de Bruyne and Philippe Coutinho.
Up top, the Champions League victor has selected Sadio Mane and Eden Hazard on the wings, while Harry Kane takes up the centre-forward role.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan's form since the start of the season, as well as Christian Eriksen's displays over the last year, would easily put them in contention for a place in anyone's Premier League team of the year.
Right winger: Sadio Mane (Liverpool)'Last season without him Liverpool fell apart at times. I think he is going to be a future Player of the Year contender'.