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.

Sheffield Wednesday and Ipswich Town boosted their survival hopes over the Easter weekend with four points from two difficult games, and both have players named in this week's npower Championship Team of the Week.

The Owls secured points against fellow strugglers to lift themselves out of the danger zone, registering a 2-1 win over Barnsley and a 1-1 draw at Bristol City. A stand-out performer from the two fixtures was winger Jermaine Johnson, who caused havoc for the Barnsley backline before scoring Wednesday's only goal against the Robins.

The Tractorboys opened their weekend on Saturday with a comprehensive 3-0 win against Leeds United courtesy of a brace from one half of this week's strike partnership, David McGoldrick, and two days later they secured a goalless draw against Millwall at The Den.

Centre-back Luke Chambers is also named in the team for his defensive displays as Ipswich were one of only two teams not to concede over the weekend.

The other side to keep two clean sheets was Millwall, who beat Leicester City 1-0 on Friday and drew 0-0 with the Tractorboys on Monday, and right-back and goalscorer against the Foxes, Alan Dunne, is in this week's XI.

Partnering Chambers in the middle of the defence is Barnsley's Martin Cranie, and completing the back four is Hull City's Ahmed Elmohamady.

The highest scoring game of the weekend was a six-goal thriller which ended level between Watford and Burnley on Friday. Charlie Austin grabbed a brace for the Clarets and he takes his place alongside McGoldrick up top.

The 23-year-old opened the scoring from close range in the early on, before doubling his tally from the spot after 24 minutes.

Also on the scoresheet on Friday was Derby County central midfielder Jeff Hendrick, as well as Birmingham City's Nathan Redmond.

Hendrick scored the Rams' first in their 3-0 triumph over Bristol City, while the Blues winger did the same in his side's 4-0 success against Crystal Palace.

Partnering Hendrick in the middle of the park is Johnnie Jackson of Charlton Athletic, who also got the first goal of the game in the Addicks' 3-2 success against Bolton Wanderers.

Completing this week's team, between the sticks, is Matt Gilks. The Blackpool stopper made several key saves in the Tangerines' 1-1 draw with Blackburn Rovers and 1-0 win against Crystal Palace.

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