Each week the Official Football League website will bring you the Team of the Week. Produced by the Press Association, the Team's of the Week feature the eleven top performing players from each division from this weekend's matches.
This week's npower Championship Team of The Week contains three double-goal heroes. Starting off with Ipswich Town's Keith Andrews, who kick-started an impressive second-half come-back against Barnsley. The midfielder's brace, scored within five minutes of the restart, turned a 1-0 deficit around and was the inspiration for a final score of 5-3 to Ipswich.
Both of Marlon King's goals for Birmingham City were the product of his excellent positioning, helping the Blues see off Doncaster Rovers 2-1. Meanwhile at St Mary's, Richie Lambert's brace wasn't quite as productive, but his last minute equaliser did grab Southampton a 2-2 scoreline and a late point against Blackpool.
Derby County picked up their first win for seven league games, winning 2-1 against Bristol City, Craig Bryson makes this week's team, helped by the fact his second-half tap-in was County's first goal in five and a half hours of football. Lee Tomlin of Peterborough United gets his name on the list alongside Bryson as his header ensured Posh's game against Leicester City ended 1-1.
The midfield this week is completed by Crystal Palace's Wilifred Zaha. A 1-0 win against struggling Nottingham Forest was completed by Zaha's goal and he is joined in the side by team-mate Nathaniel Clyne; the full-back earned his selection for his role in Palace's clean sheet.
Once again, the back line and 'keeper of this week's Team of The Week didn't concede a goal between them. Both Jack Hobbs of Hull City and Joe Bennett of Middlesbrough both stood firm and secured 1-0 victories against Coventry City and Brighton & Hove Albion respectively. However, Reading's Alex Pearce went one step further, keeping a clean sheet and scoring the first of three in his team's massive 3-0 win over West Ham United.
Finally, Cardiff City's David Marshall fills the space between the sticks this week, his shut-out was enough to win a point in a goalless draw against Millwall.
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