This weekend's team of the week includes three Bournemouth players following their 5-0 win over Doncaster Rovers.
Marek Stech (Yeovil Town)
The former West Ham United stopper put in a fine display, earning the Glovers a valuable point against Reading. It was a busy afternoon for the Czech goalkeeper has his side finished the game with only eight players on the pitch. Despite not managing to keep a clean sheet, Stech survived the Royals's onslaught and managed to pull off a wonderful penalty save just before Reading scored.
Simon Francis (Bournemouth)
The tricky full-back caused Doncaster Rovers issues all day long as the Cherries demolished the South Yorkshire side by five goals. Francis looked steady at the back all game and managed to create two of five goals to delight manager Eddie Howe.
Matt Upson (Brighton)
The former England international rolled back the years at Millwall on Saturday, after putting in a solid performance and was a rock throughout for the Seagulls in their 1-0 win.
Christophe Berra (Ipswich Town)
After recently being recalled to the Scotland international squad, Berra showed why he deserved it on Saturday. Looking cool, calm and collected throughout, he didn't put a foot wrong for the Tractor Boys as they beat Lee Clark's Birmingham 1-0.
Emmerson Boyce (Wigan Athletic)
Boyce scored the decisive goal for the Latics as the push for promotion continued at the City Ground on Saturday. The 34-year-old put in a shift at the back for Wigan and even managed to get himself on the score sheet with a header that flew past highly rated Forest keeper Karl Darlow.
Jordi Gomez (Wigan Athletic)
Another Wigan player features in this week's team as they beat Nottingham Forest 4-1 away from home. Gomez was very influential throughout the 90 minutes, as most of the Latics' attacking threats came through the Spaniard. The former Barcelona man scored the pick of the goals with a dipping screamer from 30 yards.
Danny Drinkwater (Leicester City)
The former Manchester United youth team player continued his fine form as The Foxes showed why they are favourites for promotion this term. Drinkwater bossed the game throughout and his performance was of the highest calibre. The ever reliable midfielder scored his third of the campaign with long range strike.
Jay Spearing (Bolton Wanderers)
Another midfielder who scored a stunning long range goal for Bolton, against local rivals Blackburn. The former Liverpool man struck a powerful shot which hit the underside of the bar to bounce in. Spearing looked assured in the middle of the park all game for Bolton.
Harry Arter (Bournemouth)
The second Bournemouth player in the side as the Cherries ran riot at Dean Court. Arter bagged a brace, including a delightful volley into the net.
Yann Kermorgant (Bournemouth)
The third and final Bournemouth player is Yann Kermorgant, the former Charlton man who struck a hat-trick on his full debut for the club. Bournemouth fans won't forget Kermorgant opening his account for the Cherries for a long while thanks to this phenomenal performance in a 5-0 win against Doncaster Rovers.
Nahki Wells (Huddersfield Town)
There were so many goals in the Championship this weekend it was difficult it decide who would be taking the final spot up front. Despite not scoring himself Nahki Wells put in an excellent performance for Huddersfield as they smashed local rivals, Barnsley 5-0. Wells, normally known for hitting the back of the net, turned provider assisting 4 of the 5 goals for Huddersfield.
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