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 the weekend's matches.
Middlesbrough were the big winners in the npower Championship on Saturday, beating Brighton and Hove Albion 1-0 away from home, and Jason Steele and Jonathan Woodgate are included in the npower Championship Team of the Week for their respective performances.
It was the Boro's fourth successive away win in what was Tony Mowbray's 100th game in charge and the three points were down to some stern defending, which Woodgate and Steele were at the centre of throughout the 90 minutes.
Also at the back is Nottingham Forest's Greg Halford, Burnley's Jason Shackell and Barnsley's Scott Golbourne.
Halford impressed in Forest's 3-1 success over high-flying Cardiff City, setting up a goal and defending well, while Shackell was influential in Burnley's 1-0 win against Lancashire rivals Blackpool.
Golbourne, meanwhile, was important for the Tykes as they kept one of only two away clean sheets in the npower Championship, Middlesbrough being the other side not to concede on the road at the weekend.
Nottingham Forest and Barnsley have one other player each in the Team, in the shape of Chris Cohen and David Perkins respectively.
Both players impressed in midfield, helping their sides on their way to three points.
Another midfielder who had a hand in gaining a win for his side was Hull City's Stephen Quinn, who takes the left-midfield slot. The playmaker was on form for the Tigers as they beat Ipswich Town 2-1.
The game of the day in the npower Championship arguably came at the Reebok Stadium where Bolton Wanderers came from two goals down to overcome Bristol City 3-2.
On loan Liverpool midfielder Jay Spearing was crucial in Bolton's comeback, scoring the equaliser on the hour mark, and he, unsurprisingly, makes the XI for the first time this season.
Both of Bristol City's goals were scored by Steven Davies and that was enough for him to be included up top alongside Huddersfield Town's James Vaughan, who also found the net at the weekend.
The on-loan Norwich City striker opened the scoring for the Terriers, which was his third goal in seven appearances for Simon Grayson's men, as they beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1.
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