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.

Watford's Matej Vydra was selected in the npower Championship Team of the Week for the second consecutive week, the Czech Republic striker made it three successive braces as he helped the Hornets to a 3-0 victory over Nottingham Forest.

The 20-year-old opened the scoring in the 20th minute before sealing the win with his side's third by lifting the ball over the Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow.

Two of Vydra's team-mates also made the side as Nathaniel Chalobah and Nyron Nosworthy are selected in central midfield and centre-back, respectively.

Nosworthy played well at the back as the Hornets kept the only clean sheet in the league, while Chalobah pulled the strings in the centre of the park and claimed an assist after he picked out Troy Deeney who made it 2-0.

Two other Championship sides have a pair of representatives in this week's team. In their 2-1 win at Burnley, Birmingham City goalkeeper Jack Butland pulled off several important saves while the Blues striker Marlon King struck in the 90th minute to secure the side's win, and their places in the Team of the Week.

Bristol City secured a victory over fellow relegation-threatened side Ipswich Town with a 2-1 win at Ashton Gate with star performances from Louis Carey and Neil Kilkenny.

Centre-back Carey was solid in the backline and played his part in the Robins' opening goal. The 36-year-old delivered the ball to Paul Anderson who, in turn, set-up Steven Davies to level the game, while Kilkenny patrolled the game from the central midfield and restricted Ipswich's opportunities going forward.

Another side towards the foot of the table picked up a valuable win this weekend as Sheffield Wednesday ran out 2-1 winners at The Valley against in-form Charlton Athletic.

Reda Johnson was vital in the victory, not only did he put in a solid performance at left-back, but he also notched his fifth goal of the season by heading home with six minutes remaining to level the match and set-up an exciting finale for the Owls.

Despite the Wednesday win, Charlton's Chris Solly takes his place in the side at right-back after he had limited the Owls' attack down that side of the pitch and caused issues when venturing forward.

Thomas Ince claimed his placed in the side at left midfield after he had starred for Blackpool with a brace in their 2-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The Tangerines went behind early on before Ince turned on the style, he drew his side level just before half-time after he got in between Wolves pair Roger Johnson and Carl Ikeme to slot home. The 20-year-old scored his 15th of the season to secure the three points with a fierce shot that rocketed into the net via the post, despite the best attempts of Ikeme to keep it out.

Completing this week's team is Burnley right-midfielder Ross Wallace. The Scotsman levelled the game against Birmingham from the penalty spot and caused several issues for the Blue's backline.


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