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.
Southampton reclaimed top spot in the npower Championship on Saturday as they comfortably beat Watford 3-0. All three goals were scored by Rickie Lambert, taking his tally to 19 for the season, and it is no surprise, then, that he takes one of the forward slots in the Team of the Week.
Another Saints player to make the team is right-back Danny Butterfield as he set up Lambert for the first of his three goals with a cross from the right hand side.
Southampton moved back to the top because West Ham United dropped points against Crystal Palace, drawing 0-0. Goalkeeper Julian Speroni was the hero for the Eagles as he denied Hammers striker Sam Baldock late on to earn a point and extend his side's unbeaten record to five matches.
Partnering the ever-potent Lambert at front is Brighton & Hove Albion striker Ashley Barnes. The hit man was in top form as he found the net twice in a 3-0 victory over Ipswich Town to keep Gus Poyet's side's Play-Off hopes alive.
Mid-table Leicester City were victorious on Thursday night as they overcame Derby County 1-0. The only goal of the game was created by Lloyd Dyer and scored by Neil Danns meaning both of them make the midfield in the Team of the Week.
Alongside Danns in the middle in the middle of the park is Millwall's Josh Wright. He scored a stunning long-range volley to help the Lions claim their first win in six league games by beating Burnley 3-1.
Thomas Ince makes up the midfield as he bagged a brace to lift Ian Holloway's men to fourth in the npower Championship and keep their hopes of an automatic return to the Barclays Premier League alive.
Coventry City moved off the bottom of the division with a 1-0 victory over Barnsley on Saturday and defender Richard Keogh makes the team of the week for his efforts that enabled the Sky Blues to keep their first clean sheet since December.
Partnering Keogh at centre-half is Portsmouth's Jason Pearce. The defender put in a fine display as debt-ridden Pompey kept a clean sheet and held onto a point against Leeds United.
Making up the Team of the Week is Reading's vastly experienced left-back Ian Harte. The 34-year-old hit a trademark left-footed free kick to seal a fine 2-0 victory against Middlesbrough and send the Royals up to third in the standings.
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