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 recorded two precious victories as they cemented their position at the top of League 2 and it is no surprise they have two players in the Team of the Week.
The Robins didn't concede a goal in their two Easter matches, with 1-0 victories over both Morecambe and Northampton Town, and defenders Alan McCormack and Jay McEveley make the XI.
Torquay United's Brian Saah and Crewe Alexandra's Kelvin Mellor complete the back four.
Saah was influential as the Gulls picked up four points from their two matches, whilst Mellor scored in Crewe's 3-0 win against Bristol Rovers on Monday.
Shrewsbury Town strengthened their position in the race for promotion with two victories and midfielder Mark Wright, as well as striker James Collins, are included in the Team of the Week.
The two attacking players were both in the goals on Friday as the Shrews recorded a 3-1 victory against Macclesfield Town. Collins notched a brace whilst Wright scored once in the win.
Port Vale's Louis Dodds is the other striker in the squad as he scored twice to secure a 2-1 win against Aldershot on Friday.
Play-Off chasing Gillingham managed to pick up just a point from their two matches over the weekend but midfielder Chris Whelpdale takes the right-midfield slot as he bagged a goal in the Gills' 2-2 draw against Bristol Rovers.
Northampton Town's Luke Guttridge partners Burton Albion's Adam Bolder in the middle of the park.
Guttridge found the net with a curling effort as the Cobblers beat rivals Oxford United on Friday night. Bolder, meanwhile, opened the scoring for the Brewers in their 3-2 success against Morecambe.
Completing the XI is Crawley Town's goalkeeper Michel Kuipers. The experienced stopper was in fine form as the Red Devils picked up four points from their two games across the Easter weekend.
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