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.
David Connolly was the two-goal hero for Portsmouth as they secured their second successive victory with a 2-0 win against Bury, and the striker is included in this week's npower League 1 Team of the Week.
The forward bagged his first in the 50th minute before doubling his tally, and Pompey's lead, in the 65th minute.
Right-back Yassin Moutaouakil is also included in the team for his performance in the vital win that keeps Pompey's hopes of survival alive.
Coventry City's Leon Clarke is the man partnering Connolly up front after he bagged a 77th-minute goal for the Sky Blues against Scunthorpe United, a team the forward appeared for earlier in the season.
Preston North End eased their relegation fears with a comfortable 2-0 win against Stevenage and they have two players in the XI.
At right-midfield is Lee Holmes, who opened the scoring for North End in the sixth minute, and at left-back is David Buchanan.
Crewe Alexandra's Luke Murphy was another midfielder to open the scoring in a League 1 match on Saturday - calmly slotting a penalty in the Alex's 2-1 win at Colchester United - and he takes his place in the middle of the park, alongside Swindon Town's Alan McCormack, who impressed for the Robins in their 2-2 draw with ninth-placed Walsall.
Completing the four-man midfield is Doncaster Rovers' James Husband. It looked as though Rovers were going to have to settle for a point against Bournemouth on Saturday but Husband fired home with just minutes to spare to give them a crucial 2-1 victory.
At centre-back, Carlisle United's Sean O'Hanlon is partnered by Leyton Orient's Mathieu Baudry.
O'Hanlon found the net for the Cumbrians and helped them keep a clean sheet against promotion hopefuls Brentford, who they beat 2-0, while Baudry did the same, as Orient overcame Shrewsbury Town away from home by the same scoreline.
Milton Keynes Dons stopper Ian McLoughlin is named in goal, after he kept a clean sheet for the Dons away at second-placed Sheffield United.
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