Here's our 3-4-3 best XI and a manager from the weekend's Sky Bet Football League matches:

Goalkeeper: Ross Worner (AFC Wimbledon)

Stopper Worner was on top form for the Wombles, keeping a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw away at Sky Bet League 2 leaders Scunthorpe United, ending the Iron's run of nine goalscoring matches under manager Russ Wilcox.

Defender: Joe Martin (Gillingham)

The left-sided player set-up both of Gillingham's goals in their 2-0 success at home to Swindon Town, whipping in a free-kick for Leon Legge's opener and crossing for Michael Harriman's second-half strike.

Defender: Kaspars Gorkss (Reading)

The Latvian international scored his second goal in as many games in Reading's 7-1 hammering of Bolton Wanderers.

Defender: Jack Grimmer (Port Vale)

On-loan defender Jack Grimmer was the match-winner at Vale Park, netting the only goal of the game for Port Vale against Oldham Athletic.

Midfielder: Ryan Leonard (Southend United)

Leonard scored his fourth goal in as many games in Southend's 3-0 Sky Bet League 2 triumph against Chesterfield.

Midfielder: Henri Lansbury (Nottingham Forest)

The attacking midfielder drove at the Blackburn Rovers defence throughout Forest's 4-1 victory at the City Ground, and two of the four goals were scored by him, both from the penalty spot.

Midfielder: Nicky Wroe (Oxford United)

Oxford's new loan signing was the man of the moment when he struck a last-gasp winner against near-neighbours Wycombe Wanderers.

Midfielder: Franck Moussa (Coventry City)

The 24-year-old netted the goal of the weekend - his 14th of the campaign - to earn Coventry City a point late on at Preston North End.

Striker: Ian Henderson (Rochdale)

The 28-year-old attacker scored one of Rochdale's three quality goals against Plymouth Argyle on Saturday. His seventh of the season saw him take the ball stylishly from his right foot to left, smashing home via the post.

Striker: Adam Le Fondre (Reading)

Three of Reading's seven goals against Bolton came from Adam Le Fondre, with the striker netting an impressive hat-trick in the opening 33 minutes of the match.

Striker: Chris Dagnall (Leyton Orient)

On his Leyton Orient debut, Chris Dagnall netted a brace to seal a 2-1 win for the O's against Crewe and send them back to the summit of the Sky Bet League 1 table.

Manager: Shaun Derry (Notts County)

Shaun Derry's County recorded their third successive victory, away at fellow strugglers Stevenage, to continue their march up the Sky Bet League 1 table.

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