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.

Crawley Town grabbed their first win in eight games and it was largely thanks to the efforts of Gary Alexander, who scored two second-half goals.

The striker, who is on loan from Brentford, equalised in the 70th minute before slotting home the winner 13 minutes later, giving Steve Evans' men a much-needed victory.

Rene Howe is the other striker in the League 2 Team of the Week as he scored Torquay United's third goal in their 4-1 win over Burton Albion.

Howe's team-mate Kevin Nicholson also makes the team for his performance in the Gulls' comfortable win.

Plymouth Argyle's Paul Wotton partners Crewe Alexandra's Ashley Westwood in the middle of the park.

Wotton scored the only goal of the game as relegation-threatened Argyle beat promotion-hopefuls Shrewsbury Town 1-0. Westwood, meanwhile, grabbed a goal in Crewe's 2-0 win over league leaders Swindon Town.

Bottom-of-the-league Dagenham & Redbridge notched up a vital three points against fellow-strugglers Macclesfield Town with a 2-0 win and have two players in the side.

Medy Elito scored both of the Daggers' goals to make the left-midfield slot, whilst defender Michael Spillane takes up the right-back role for his performance in the win.

Gillingham winger Jordan Obita takes a wide berth after he scored twice to sink promotion-hopefuls Cheltenham Town and keep the Gills' hopes of a Play-Off finish alive and kicking.

Bristol Rovers' Cian Bolger is alongside Gillingham's Connor Essam at centre-back. Bolger had a solid game as the Gas were 1-0 winners over AFC Wimbledon, whilst Essam put in a fine performance as the Gills ran riot at Whaddon Road, beating Cheltenham 3-0.

Finally, Aldershot goalkeeper Jamie Young takes the spot between the sticks for his display in the Shots' narrow 1-0 win over Bradford City. The 26-year-old denied Bantams debutant Chris Dagnall and also saved Michael Flynn's effort from 35-yards.

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