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.
Blackpool moved into the Play-Off places with a 3-1 win against fellow promotion-contenders Cardiff City in the npower Championship. Matt Phillips was the Tangerines match winner after his two goals in the last seven minutes proved to be the difference between the sides. The goals took the 20-year-old's tally to nine in nine games for Blackpool and earned him a striking berth in the Championship Team of the Week.
Partnering Phillips in the team is Ipswich Town striker Michael Chopra. The former Cardiff hit man scored two goals, including the winner five minutes into injury time, to give the Tractor Boys a 3-2 win over Coventry City. Chopra's team-mate Jay Emmanuel-Thomas also makes the squad after he opened the scoring in the 22nd minute.
Another team with two players in the side is Watford after their hard-fought 2-1 victory over Barnsley. Club captain John Eustace scored both of the Hornets' goals whilst Alex Kacaniklic also put in a fine performance.
The last man to make up the four-man midfield is Leeds United's Robert Snodgrass. It was the Yorkshire club's first match since the sacking of Simon Grayson but they put in a convincing display, running out 3-0 winners over Bristol City. Snodgrass scored the first goal of the match with a low shot and was instrumental throughout the 90 minutes.
Brighton & Hove Albion kept Leicester City's dangerous strike force at bay in a 1-0 win largely thanks to the efforts of defender Gordon Greer. Greer is partnered at centre-back by Burnley's Michael Duff who put in a solid display in the 1-1 draw with Peterborough United.
West Ham United cemented their position at the top of the table with a 2-1 win over Millwall and defender Abdoulaye Faye makes the team after his performance. Norwegian left-back Jonathan Parr also makes the squad for his efforts in Crystal Palace's 0-0 draw at the Riverside against Middlesbrough.
Finally, the evergreen Kelvin Davis takes the spot between the sticks for his superb display in Southampton's snowy 0-0 stalemate against Birmingham City. The draw left the Saints four points adrift of West Ham at the top but it could have been worse if it wasn't for the 35-year-old stopper, who made a string of impressive saves to keep the score level.
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