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.
Gianfranco Zola's Watford were the big winners in the npower Championship this weekend, beating Leeds United 6-1 at Elland Road, and they have two players in the npower Championship Team of the Week.
Matej Vydra scored two goals for the Hornets, including the first in the 28th minute, to take his place up top, while Ikechi Anya takes the left-midfield slot.
Glenn Murray is alongside Vydra up front, as he impressed for table-toppers Crystal Palace in their 2-1 win against Peterborough United, although he didn't add to the three goals he scored earlier in the week against Ipswich Town.
Kagisho Dikgacoi did find the net for Ian Holloway's men against the Posh, scoring the winner in the 82nd minute, and he takes a role in the centre of the park, next to Charlton Athletic's Johnnie Jackson.
Jackson is one of three Charlton players in the side, following their 2-0 win on Sunday away to Bristol City. As well as the former Tottenham Hotspur man, the Addicks also have centre-back Michael Morrison and goalkeeper Ben Hamer named in the XI.
Morrison found the net for Chris Powell's men but was influential, along with stopper Hamer, in keeping one of only two clean sheets in the npower Championship this weekend.
Huddersfield Town were the other side not to concede at the weekend as they won 1-0 away at Barnsley, and unsurprisingly the Terriers have three of their defenders included in the squad.
Joel Lynch takes a central berth, while Jack Hunt and Paul Dixon take the left-back and right-back slots respectively.
Completing the Team is Millwall's Liam Feeney. The 10th-placed Lions beat Derby County 2-1 to extend their unbeaten record to nine matches and Feeney played a part in both of the goals - scoring the first and being involved in the build up to the second.
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