Each week the Official Football League website will bring you the Team of the Week. Produced by the Press Association, the Teams of the Week feature the eleven top performing players from each division from this weekend's matches.
Swindon Town further cemented their spot at the top of League 2 by recording a 1-0 win over promotion-rivals Cheltenham Town.
Goalkeeper Wesley Foderingham and right-back Alan McCormack make the Team of the Week for their performances in the vital victory.
Rotherham United also have two players in the team, as do Hereford United, as both teams won their respective matches.
Left-back Sam Wood and right midfielder Lewis Grabban were influential as the Millers beat Plymouth Argyle 1-0. It was Grabban who scored the vital goal to give Andy Scott's men all three points.
Defender Michael Townsend and midfielder Will Evans were key as 21st-placed Hereford won 1-0 away at Morecambe, giving Richard O'Kelly his first victory in charge of the Bulls.
Ian Sharps partners Townsend at the heart of the defence as he netted the only goal of the game in Shrewsbury Town's 1-0 win over Burton Albion. The victory meant that the Shrews maintained their unbeaten home record, the only one that remains in the whole of The Football League, and moved them up to second in the standings.
Kyle McFadzean takes the spot in the middle of the park after scoring in Crawley Town's 2-2 draw with relegation-threatened Macclesfield Town.
Oxford United's Lee Holmes makes up the midfield. The winger scored two goals in midweek as the Us drew 2-2 with promotion-rivals Shrewsbury.
Up top, Northampton Town's talismanic striker Adebayo Akinfenwa partners Crewe Alexandra's Nick Powell, who was named League 2 Apprentice of the Year at the Football League Awards.
Akinfenwa scored a brace to continue his red-hot form as the Cobblers beat Aldershot Town 3-1 to ease their relegation worries.
17-year-old Powell also netted twice as the Alex beat Gillingham 4-3 in a thrilling encounter at Priestfield Stadium.
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