Take a look at who has made our team of the week, featuring players from 10 different clubs in a fashionable 5-3-2 formation.
Jack Butland - The on loan Stoke City goalkeeper impressed on his debut for Leeds United at the weekend, pulling off a string of fine saves to keep out Middlesbrough.
Kieran Trippier - Another great performance by the highly rated full back. The former Manchester City starlet set up Sam Vokes's second goal with a sublime turn and cross. Late on Trippier came to his side's rescue with a last ditch clearance to deny Nottingham Forest.
Jonathan Woodgate - The experienced centre half turned back the years against his old side, Leeds United. Woodgate was at the heart of a solid defensive display by Middlesbrough which didn't allow Leeds a shot on target.
Luke Ayling - The 6ft former Arsenal defender put his body on the line for Yeovil Town with several goal saving blocks as his team went on to beat Doncaster Rovers 1-0 at Huish Park.
Jeremy Helan - When the Owls last faced Huddersfield Town, Helan was shown two bookings but remained on the pitch. The Frenchman was in the news for all the right reason against Huddersfield Town after coolly slotting home on his second attempt.
James McArthur - Wigan Athletic's central midfielder celebrated the birth of his baby daughter by firing in the Latics' opener in a play off showdown against Brighton.
Johnnie Jackson - After Woodgate, the second former Spurs player to make our XI, Jackson secured a massive three points for relegation threaten Charlton in injury time.
Craig Conway - Blackburn walked away from the Madejski Stadium with all three points, which has sparked life into their play off chances, thanks to a great debut goal from Craig Conway.
Sam Vokes - The Welshman struck twice for Burnley as they breezed past fellow promotion hopefuls Nottingham Forest. Vokes has now bagged 17 league goals this term, only two off strike partner Danny Ings.
Lee Novak - Novak bagged a brace for Birmingham City as they pushed away from relegation danger with an away win at Blackpool.
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