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 the weekend's matches.
Britt Assombalonga spearheads the Team of the Week after he scored his second goal in as many games to give Southend United their first win of the season.
The striker, who is on loan from npower Championship side Watford, headed home from close range on seven minutes, and that was enough for three points against Wycombe Wanderers.
Partnering the young striker up top is the evergreen Jamie Cureton. The 37-year-old is proving age is just a number as he scored one and set up another in Exeter City's 3-0 win over Burton Albion.
The other Exeter player to make the Team of the Week is defender Pat Baldwin, who remained solid throughout the comfortable victory.
Baldwin is joined at the back by Morecambe duo Nick Fenton and Will Haining, as well as Port Vale left-back Doug Loft.
Haining and Fenton were both on form in the Shrimps' 3-0 away win at Bristol Rovers, with 32-year-old Fenton helping himself to a goal.
Loft, meanwhile, had a big hand in earning Port Vale a draw against Torquay United. His free-kick was headed in by Gulls defender Brian Saah, giving the Valiants a valuable point.
Ian Morris grabbed Torquay's goal in the game at Vale Park and takes his place in midfield.
Fleetwood Town's Junior Brown and Rotherham United pair Gareth Evans and Ben Pringle join Morris in the middle of the park.
Brown scored twice as the Cod Army picked up their second three-point haul of the season.
Evans and Pringle both got on the scoresheet as Steve Evans' Rotherham recorded another convincing win at the New York Stadium, this time over Bradford City. Evans, a former Bantams player, scored two goals either side of Pringle's fine solo effort as the Millers won 4-0.
Finally, York City's Michael Ingham takes the spot in goal for his display in York City's 3-1 win over Oxford United, who had a 100 per cent record prior to the match at Bootham Crescent. Ingham played a part in the game's most pivotal moment as he kept out Deane Smalley's penalty with the score at 1-0.
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