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.

Burnley striker Charlie Austin and Nottingham Forest midfielder Radoslaw Majewski were hat-trick heroes on Saturday and it is no surprise that they both command a position in the npower Championship Team of the Week.

Austin, who was a second-half substitute for the Clarets in their match against Portsmouth at Fratton Park, scored his first in the 74th minute before adding two more in injury time to seal a comfortable 5-1 victory for Burnley.

Majewski's three goals also came in the second half as Forest secured a convincing 3-0 victory against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park to move them further away from danger at the foot of the division.

Partnering Austin up top is experienced Watford striker Chris Iwelumo, who scored two goals to guide the Hornets to an easy 2-0 success against Leeds United.

Mikele Leigertwood takes up the other central midfield role, alongside Majewski, as he wrapped up Reading's 4-2 win over promotion-rivals West Ham United with a late goal.

Completing the midfield is Birmingham City's Chris Burke and Ipswich Town's Daryl Murphy.

Burke, who has been influential all season, scored the Blues' second in their 3-1 win over Doncaster Rovers whilst Murphy bagged the only goal of the game as the Tractor Boys overcame Barnsley 1-0.

Blackpool were convincing 3-0 winners over Southampton on Saturday and defender Ian Evatt, as well as goalkeeper Matt Gilks, make the XI.

Evatt wrapped up the victory early in the second half with a powerful header but the result wouldn't have been as comfortable if it wasn't for Gilks, who saved a first-half penalty from Saints striker Billy Sharp.

Millwall's Paul Robinson is selected alongside Evatt at the heart of the defence as he produced a fine display in the Lions' 0-0 draw with Cardiff City.

Making up the Team of the Week is Coventry City right-back Richard Keogh and Peterborough United left-back Tommy Rowe.

Keogh was influential as Coventry beat Hull City 2-0 to record their first away win of the season and move out of the relegation zone. Rowe, meanwhile, put in a solid performance as the Posh were 1-0 winners over Leicester City.

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